We, as the FluffyNation, have decided to assist other organizations with their needs. We are in the process of trying to help more, but that is where we will need your help. We are fully dependent on the public for donations and sponsorships. With this, we can help make other people smile. Always remember, it doesn't matter how small or big; anything helps in the end. We strongly believe that it is the small gestures that count. Working so closely with organizations has opened a whole new feeling in our hearts, and we want to continue spreading that feeling, which is kindness and love.

Kungwini Welfare Organisation started in 1983 when Paul Jungnickel Home was opened for adults with disabilities. Since then we have come a long way and now we offer medical care and residence to 140 disabled adults and 25 Senior adults in our Paul Jungnickel Home Senior that we opened in 2019.

We also offer social work services and projects to assist and uplift the whole community in our immediate area, including an Early Learning Centre that offers schooling for pre-school children of the community.

Kungwini Welfare Organisation

We are proud to announce that we have launched a new initiative aimed at providing support to children and babies in need. Our temporary safe care unit is now open and ready to provide a nurturing and safe environment for babies from birth to 5 years old. We understand that children deserve the best care and protection possible, and that’s why we have also established a “Place of Safety” for children aged between 6 and 12 years old. Our team of dedicated and experienced professionals is committed to providing a warm, comforting and secure atmosphere to ensure each child feels loved, protected and happy during their stay with us. Our aim is to enhance child welfare in the community and provide a platform for positive change.

Lighthouse is a Suffolk based charity that supports women, young people and children who are affected by domestic abuse.

We offer refuge for women, young people and children who are fleeing an abusive situation.

Once you are safe, our team will help you rebuild your life. From sorting out your benefits, to arranging school places and assisting with moving on into a new home when ready.

We also run a women’s centre in central Ipswich. This service is open to women, young people and children affected by domestic abuse. However, anyone is able to contact us for advice.

We are not here to judge you, or pressurise you into making decisions you aren’t comfortable with. Our services are free, and confidential.

In April 2013, a group of dedicated, community-minded volunteers formed Randolph County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RCSPCA).  The organization’s purpose is to is to improve the lives and welfare of animals and people in Randolph County. We do this by educating the public, supporting pet affordability, creating volunteer opportunities and promoting responsible population control and reputable rescue.

We are a 501(c)(3) Tax Deductible Corporation (EIN# 46-1682011)

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