Mr Karidis is proud to support a selection of charities, please see below for more details of the great work these charities do.
The Honeypot charity aims to enhance the lives of vulnerable children across the UK and provides young carers aged 5-12 years with respite breaks and on-going outreach support. The charity is aimed at children who have not had a stable up bringing including those who have a chronically or terminally ill loved one, or a parent with drug, alcohol or mental health problems. The charity offers these children the ongoing support they need and helps in changing their lives around.
The Claire Sadler trust fund is a charity which aims to help and care for teenagers with cancer. The charity was set up by Claire Sadler to help teenage patients achieve all that they wish for. The charity has worked mainly with Middlesex Hospitals where Claire herself was treated. The charity offers ongoing support for teenagers hosting regular social events for them to enjoy and mix with people who are in the same position as them.
St John’s Hospice is a charity which aims to deliver extraordinary care and expertise in the field of palliative medicine. They provide this to patients who have life threatening illnesses such as; cancer, motor neuron disease, renal failure, respiratory disease, HIV and MS. They also provide a large amount of service which helps to fulfill the needs of people who are under the care of St John’s Hospice.
Cancerkin is a charity which aims to help people affected by cancer. They work to help those living with and beyond breast cancer to feel better about themselves. Cancerkin supports their patients by providing a range of complementary therapies, group support sessions, one-to-one support with ‘Experienced Patients’, treatment for lymphedema, Look Good…Feel Better make-up sessions, information and training.