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The Alzheimer's Society is the UK's leading care and research charity for people with dementia and those who care for them. It provides information and support, runs quality care services, funds research, advises professionals and campaigns for improved health and social care and greater public understanding and awareness of dementia.
World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF UK) is committed to preventing cancer. We fund cutting edge scientific research & provide people with the information they need to reduce their cancer risk. About a third of cancers can be prevented through regular physical activity, a healthy diet, & maintenance of a healthy weight. By spreading the good news that cancer can be prevented, WCRF UK hopes that many thousands of lives will be saved.
To assist disabled and disadvantaged children to participate and progress in sport, by giving grants for equipment and facilities
Batersea Dogs and Cats Home is the largest and most famous dogs home in the UK. Our aims are to Rescue, Reunite, Rehabilitate and Rehome lost and abandoned dogs and Cats.
The centre provides specialist Bobath therapy to children from all over Wales who have cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy affects a child's ability to move and develop in the normal way and each child is affected differently. There is no cure for cerebral palsy, but the therapy we provide really does make a difference to the every day lives of the children who need us.
Findacure supports patients with rare diseases, and funds research into these conditions. Though called 'rare', combined they affect 3.5 million in the UK. There is a chronic lack of support for rare diseases, and very few have treatments. Findacure teaches patient groups how to organise clinical research and drive the development of treatment into their conditions.
St Barnabas provides specialist palliative care both within the hospice and in the comfort of patients’ homes treating adults with advanced progressive life-limiting illnesses. Patients are never charged for their care. It costs £3.1 million each year to provide this care and only a small part of these costs are state funded. This means that the majority of the money has to be raised through voluntary donations from local communities within the Worthing, Adur and Arun areas.
ACACIA UK support projects in Sub-Saharan Africa that reach out to children who have been left without an education as a result of disability or mental health issues to include and enable them to go to school and learn.
ACACIA UK's vision is that every child in Africa enjoys a high quality education that embraces their differing abilities.
ACACIA UK is lifting barriers to education for girls and boys in East Africa to enable them to reach their full
Assisting adults and children in the West Midlands afflicted with all forms of head and neck diseases, and their familes and carers, through the provision of support and complementary therapies while equipping medical professionals in the field through education and research.
Freedom from Torture (formerly the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture) is a human rights organisation that exists to enable survivors of torture and organised violence to engage in a healing process to assert their own human dignity and worth. Our concern for the health and well-being of torture survivors and their families is directed towards providing medical and social care, practical assistance, and psychological and physical therapy. It is also our mission to raise public
Our mission is to raise funds to undertake research that will improve the survival and quality of life of men with prostate cancer. Survival rates for advanced prostate cancer have improved little in the past 50 years and we are determined to make improvements in this area.