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Charity leaderboard

  1. The Bumblebee Conservation Trust

    68118 yeokens
  2. Freedom Wizard

    24823 yeokens
  3. Good Soil Trust

    17075 yeokens


Freedom Wizard

Freedom Wizard helps disabled people to enjoy the wild beauty of the Lake District by making difficult-to-access areas easier to reach. With all-terrain wheelchairs and Mountain Guides, they help people to enjoy even the most rugged parts of this stunning place.

Good Soil Trust

Harnessing the power of the outdoors – through horticulture, woodwork and much more – the Good Soil Trust is working to help vulnerable people, providing a secure, welcoming environment, helping to give them hope and transforming their lives for the better.

The Bumblebee Conservation Trust

The Bumblebee Conservation Trust exists to improve the fortunes of our plummeting bee population – by running research projects, giving land management advice, educating kids in the importance of our bees and running lots of projects to help save them.


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In 150 words or less, tell us all about the charity you’d like to nominate. We’ll pick twelve winning charities from the nominees, and three will be featured on our website each quarter for the next year.

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NOTE: To be eligible for our Yeokens donations scheme, your chosen charity should:

  • Be local, rather than national or international.
  • Have similar values to Yeo Valley in some way (food, farming or family charities would be perfect).


Last quarters winner

Hounds for Heroes

Hounds for Heroes gives assistance dogs to injured and disabled men and women from the UK’s armed forces and emergency services. The dogs are specially trained to help with everyday tasks so their owners can remain active and independent, and they provide some companionship and love for the brave and dedicated people who most need it.