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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.
The Motor Neurone Disease (MND) Association is the only national organisation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland dedicated to the support of people with MND and everyone who cares for them. We improve care and support for people with MND, their families and carers and fund and promote research that leads to new understanding and treatments, and brings us closer to a cure for MND. We also campaign and raise awareness so the needs of people with MND and everyone who cares for them are recogn
War Child is a small international charity that protects children from the brutal effects of war. We currently work in Afghanistan, Democratic Republic of Congo, Iraq and Uganda. We're on the ground supporting the most vulnerable children that are too often forgotten. These include former child soldiers, children living on the streets, children put in prison and girls at risk of rape or violence.
Alder Hey is the busiest children's hospital in the UK caring for over 270,000 young patients each year. Alder Hey Children's Charity raises funds to support the hospital's pioneering work and aims to improve the quality of life for our patients and through our innovations and research, the quality of life for children across the world. Without the support of charitable donations from our fantastic supporters, many of the outstanding facilities and innovations at Alder Hey could not be achieved.
Lifeblood: The Thrombosis Charity was established to advance medical science in relation to the diagnosis, causes, prevention, alleviation, management and cure of thrombosis and for the promotion of knowledge and public education of the understanding and awareness of thrombosis.
Moorfields Eye Charity supports the incredible and pioneering work of Moorfields Eye Hospital and its research partner, the UCL Institute of Ophthalmology, making a difference for patients at the hospital and for people with sight problems around the world.
Keech Hospice Care is the new name for The Pasque Charity and our two hospice services, The Pasque Adult Hospice and Keech Cottage Children's Hospice.
While our name has changed, we continue to provide the same high quality care for adults living in Luton and South Beds; and for children across Beds, Herts and Milton Keynes.
Fundraising makes an incredible difference to our work, benefiting patients and staff. Raising extra funds helps to enhance services and facilities, from buying incubators for our special care baby unit to refurbishing the relative's overnight rooms.
United Response is a top 100 national charity working with adults with learning disabilities, mental health needs or physical disabilities across England and in Wales. We provide everything from 24 hour care to a few hours of support a week. We support some of the most vulnerable people in our society to live happy and productive lives in the community.
Hire a Hero is a charity that supports service leavers through the transition into civilian life.
Hire a Hero helps service leavers to make better informed choices as well as connecting them with businesses for potential employment.
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.