Compassion For Humanity

 AIM: To Promote Compassionate Aid and provide links with information for people to Give their valuable time for the greater good. 

Compassion Contents 

  • Fostering /Adoption 
  • Shared lives scheme 
  • Volunteering Age UK  
  • Blackburn Food Bank 
  • Support Local Businesses 
  • Global Platform for Change  


  • Refugees 
  • Homes for Ukraine 
  • Black History
  • Hate Crime 
  • Road Safety  
  • Impatient Discrimination  

Fostering / Adoption Services 

Barnardos Childrens Charity

Blackburn Council Fostering

Child Action North West

Lancashire Fostering

Foster With Us - Lancashire County Council ( 

Adoption Lancashire


Shared Lives scheme


Donate to Blackburn Food Bank


Support Your Community & Families by Suppporting Local Businesses 

Stalls on Blackburn Market

 Big chain companies only serve to make huge profits, which are not shared with the backbone of their company ; their employees. Often paying minimum wages to struggling families yet enjoying their own riches and greed. It's all too easy to get caught up in popular , major named retail companies, Coffee or food chains which are high on marketing to fuel their footfall. 


Volunteering Age UK. Visit an isolated elderly person weekly to combat loneliness.


Official Fundraising Platform for Ukraine.

Homes for Ukraine


Black History 

This national celebration aims to promote and celebrate Black contributions to British society, and to foster an understanding of Black history in general.


Windrush Generation

The Windrush Generation and their descendants have made significant contributions to British society. Supporting the country to rebuild after the devastation of the Second World War, many went to work in the newly created National Health Service (NHS) as nurses, midwives, auxiliary workers, cooks and cleaners. They drove buses and trains for Transport for London and laboured in factories across the country.

They brought new musical genres to the UK – ska, reggae, lovers rock, calypso, and jazz – and forged successful pathways into politics, media, sports and television.

This year’s celebration will showcase pioneering black women who have made remarkable contributions to literature, music, fashion, sport, business, politics, academia, social and health care, and more.


John Henrik Clarke - A Great and Mighty Walk - YouTube

John Henrik Clarke, articulates the story of
African peoples’ throughout history, beginning with his own personal history and interpretations, following by the ancient African civilizations’ and American narration.

Clarke recognizes African people have been misrepresented throughout history because it has been written throughout the Eurocentric perception. The distorted taught history and colonialism have been embedded in our educational system and religious belief. Clarke story of searching for the authentic history of African people begun when he was told, “Black people had no history.” Clarke exploration of his own heritage to understand where he came from; lead to the discovery of misrepresentation in American history.

Stamp out Hate Crime

Hate crimes are any crimes that are targeted at a person because of hostility or prejudice towards that person’s:

• disability
• race or ethnicity
• religion or belief
• sexual orientation
• gender identity

This can be committed against a person or property.

A victim does not have to be a member of the group at which the hostility is targeted. In fact, anyone could be a victim of a hate crime.

Following the horrific murder of Sophie Lancaster, her family wanted to ensure a lasting legacy to their beautiful, bright creative daughter and so The Sophie Lancaster Foundation was established and it became a registered charity in 2009. We do this through many ways including education.

Charity number: 1129689 Rossendale, Haslingden, Lancashire, BB4 5SN


Speed contributes to around one in four fatal collisions on our roads, and kills and injures 54 young people every week. 

The UK government has been running road safety campaigns for more than 75 years. IN 2000 THINK! was officially established as the government’s designated road safety campaign.

Since then, THINK! has become recognised internationally for its iconic and ground-breaking campaigns that have challenged dangerous behaviours on Britain’s roads. Our campaigns have evolved from encouraging the use of seat belts to tackling excessive speed, drink and drugs, and the use of mobiles at the wheel. In the decade that followed the conception of THINK!, road deaths in the UK reduced by 46%.


Biker Down! Lancashire Training
Biker Down is a free, 3-hour course aimed at motorcyclists and their pillions.