Here at Bullpen Competitions we believe strongly in supporting community and those less fortunate. That is why we have chosen 7 very important charities to work with. A little bit about these charities is available below with useful information and links should you wish to learn more about what they do or even donate yourself. To go to one of the charities sites just click on the chosen charity’s image.


£74.16 Donated

We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.
We won’t give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect. Every year, one in four of us will experience a mental health problem. But hundreds of thousands of people are still struggling. We believe no one should have to face a mental health problem alone. We’ll listen, give you support and advice, and fight your corner.


£81.42 Donated

We’re a strong community of disabled and non-disabled people with a shared vision of equality. We provide practical advice and emotional support whenever people need them most.
We do this through our Scope helpline, our online community, a range of employment and child sleep services, community engagement programmes, partnerships and more. Everything we do is with the aims to achieve our strategy, Everyday Equality. We use our collective power to change attitudes and end injustice. We partner with others to increase our reach and impact. And we campaign relentlessly to create a fairer society.


£66.93 Donated

We’re here to help the 700,000 autistic people in the UK and their families. Be it running specialist schools, campaigning for improved rights or training companies on being more autism-friendly
We are dedicated to transforming lives and changing attitudes. We campaign to champion the rights and interests of autistic people and their families, making sure national policy and legislation reflect their needs.

Help For Heroes

£0 Donated

Help for Heroes believes those who serve our country deserve support when they’re wounded. Every day, men and women have to leave their career in the Armed Forces as a result of physical or psychological
wounds; their lives changed forever. The Charity helps them, and those still serving, to recover and get on with their lives by providing physical, psychological, financial and welfare support for as long as they need it. It also supports their families, because they too can be affected by their loved one’s wounds. Help for Heroes receives almost no funding from the Government, which means it relies on the spirit and generosity of the great British public, its partners and volunteers to keep going. It has already supported more than 26,500 people and won’t stop until every wounded veteran gets the support they deserve.

Make a wish

£53 Donated

Right now, around 63,000 children in the UK are eligible for a wish because they have a life-limiting or life-threatening condition. From the moment they are diagnosed, the simple pleasures of childhood and
family life are replaced by worry, disruption, medical appointments, financial worries and isolation. Make-A-Wish exists to put those issues to one side by empowering a child with the chance to choose a wish that’s unique to them, when so much else has been decided for them because of their health needs. In doing so, a wish creates hope, happiness and memories for the whole family to cherish.

Cancer Research

£0 Donated

Cancer Research UK is a cancer research and awareness charity in the United Kingdom and Isle of Man, formed on 4 February 2002 by the merger of The Cancer Research Campaign
and the Imperial Cancer Research Fund. As the world’s largest independent cancer research charity it conducts research by the charity’s own staff and by its grant-funded researchers. It also provides information about cancer and runs campaigns aimed at raising awareness and influencing public policy. The organization’s work is almost entirely funded by the public. It raises money through donations, legacies, community fundraising, events, retail and corporate partnerships. Over 40,000 people are regular volunteers.


£100 Donated

We were established in 1983 as The Dystonia Society, by a small group of people living with dystonia and in 2019 we rebranded to become Dystonia UK to better reflect our growing community.
As we have evolved as a charity, we have looked at new ways of reaching out to our members and supporters, from webinars and surveys to podcasts and magazines. Through our ‘Reach Out, Reach All’ campaign we want to reach the whole of the dystonia community. Never forgetting our founders’ aim to support all people living with dystonia, being a patient led organisation is still at the heart of our ambitions today.