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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.
Milly’s Smiles was established in November 2015, and we provide a Welcome Bag to each newly diagnosed family, who have been admitted onto Ward 84 (cancer ward) at Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital. The bag contains items that will help with the first few days and weeks of their hospital stay.
The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association wants a world in which all people who are blind and partially-sighted enjoy the same rights, opportunities and responsibilities as everyone else.
Our mission is to provide guide dogs, mobility and other rehabilitation services that meet the needs of blind and partially-sighted people.
DRiNKLiNK links those affected by someone else’s drinking to information, services and others in a similar situation. An estimated 7.5 million people are unaware of the damage their drinking causes. We aim to advance education in alcohol abuse. What can go unnoticed are the loved ones of the drinker. 50.29% of 172 people surveyed in the feasibility study said they have been affected by alcohol misuse. DRiNKLiNK aims to support the needs of those negatively affected by someone else's drinking.
Inter-Cultural Youth Exchange (ICYE UK) is an ethical international volunteering charity and was established in 1993 to work in the field of intercultural learning and youth empowerment.
We organise overseas placements through a network of local partners, supporting communities and projects across Latin America, Africa, Asia and Europe, as well as placements for international volunteers here in the UK.
Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity raises money to enable the hospital to provide world class care and to pioneer new treatments and cures for childhood illnesses. With over 255,000 patients visits every year, we need your support to help us give hope to our young patients and their families.
The Brain and Spine Foundation aims to maximise the quality of life for people with neurological disorders and to reduce neurological disability by providing a national focus for research, education and information. Our services include a telephone helpline staffed by neuro nurses and specialist services for children and young people.
Hope Against Cancer is committed to providing funding for cancer research projects in the University Hospitals of Leicester. Since 2003 Hope has raised £5m and funded 50 research projects. In May 2012 the Hope Clinical Trials Units was opened in the Leicester Royal Infirmary and the first Hope Specialist Nurse was appointed. The achievements to date have only been made possible by the generosity of the people from Leicestershire and Rutland.
H4H provides support for wounded servicemen and women injured during the course of their duty. It is a short term charity appeal with an urgent need to raise £6 million to fund the construction of a swimming pool and gymnasium complex at Headley Court, the tri-service rehabilitation centre in Leatherhead.
Niamh's Next Step are a children's cancer charity based in Northamptonshire. We fund vital research into the rare and aggressive childhood cancer Neuroblastoma which currently receives no NHS or government funding. We are proud to help other children battling this vile cancer in memory of Niamh Curry
At Education Support Partnership, we understand the unique pressures that working in education puts on people. Our independent, confidential 24-hour helpline means there’s always someone to talk to. From stress and anxiety, to bullying, career and money worries – we make sure that help from someone who understands is never far away.
We help people put their careers back on track, restore work-life balance and deal with personal crises. We’re there for them when they need us most.