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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.
One of the MS Society's main objectives is to promote and fund MS research. We fund scientific and applied research in order to make the maximum impact on MS, and the quality of life of people affected by MS. Our fundraisers work hard to pump around 2 million pounds into research each year. But we also encourage others to fund MS research, for example, other funding bodies and relevant industries.
Global Justice Now tackles the underlying causes of poverty. We lobby decision-makers to change the policies that keep people poor. We work in solidarity with campaigners in the developing world who are standing up to injustice.
RP Fighting Blindness was founded by those with RP, who were concerned at the lack of knowledge about RP in the medical profession, and the lack of support for those with RP. RPFB has evolved into a respected medical research charity supporting some 2700. We're grounded in our volunteer roots which seeks to help its members live with and overcome RP related problems, bring relief by stimulating and funding research and the development of treatments for the disease.
1 in 10 of the population have dyslexia. We aim to influence government to promote a dyslexia friendly society, that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential. We provide the only national helpline supporting tens of thousands of people each year.
Woking Hospice was opened in December 1996 to provide palliative care and support for patients and their families living in central Surrey. The Hospice is situated in Hill View Road on the edge of Woking town.
Sam Beare Hospice based within Weybridge Hospital, re-opened on August 1st 2006 under the management of Woking Hospice and provides palliative care and support to the residents of North Surrey.
NSIF funds research and development into repairing spinal injury. We support the cutting edge research of Professor Raisman in partnership with Dr. Pawel Tabakov.
Help us rewrite the future of the 3 million people worldwide living with spinal injury, and the 130,000 people who suffer this fate every year.
Children Today provide specialised equipment for disabled children and young people living in the UK. We believe that the provision of specialised equipment for young people with disabilities has a direct and immediate impact on their quality of life and independence and is vital in helping them to achieve their potential.
The vision of the FSRF - Saving Faces is to reduce facial injuries and diseases worldwide through education and research. We enable research carried out by over 40 of the UK's top facial surgeons. With this collaborative approach we can answer vital research questions more rapidly than even the most famous of single institutions. We have two unique resources that provide their services free of charge - the surgeons and the patients.
The Akshaya Patra Foundation feeds over 1.4 million of India's poorest schoolchildren with a nutritious lunch - every day. We believe that no child should be deprived of an education because of hunger. Our goal is to reach 5 million children by 2020.
Music of Life Foundation helps children & young people with disabilities and special needs develop their musical abilities and as a result improve their medical conditions and quality of life.
We provide one-to-one tuition, group workshops and the opportunities to rehearse and perform with professional musicians. We also provide special transport and a carer where needed.