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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.
Whizz-Kidz provides customised mobility equipment, training and advice for disabled children across the UK, enabling them to live an active, independent childhood.
RMHC provides 'home away from home' accommodation for parents with children in hospital. Ronald McDonald Houses and Family Room complexes are located close to hospitals or hospices in order to ensure families are kept together at a difficult time. With Houses and Family Rooms throughout the UK, RMHC aims to provide accommodation where and when it is most needed.
Charity Registration No 802047
The Brokerage offers a Pathway of opportunities for talented young Londoners who are aiming towards a future career in business, finance, professional services or corporate law.
A national charity transforming the lives of people with learning disabilities. As a value-driven organisation, the people we support are always at the heart of everything we do, and this helps us transform lives.
The National Literacy Trust is an independent charity that transforms lives through literacy.
One in six people in the UK struggle to read and write. Poor skills compromise health, confidence, happiness and employability.
The National Literacy Trust believes that literacy transforms lives, and that with better literacy, everyone can succeed in life. By ‘better literacy’, they mean the combination of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills necessary for a fair chance in life.
Street Child is a UK education organisation working in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Nepal. The Girls Speak Out Appeal aims to raise £1million to ensure that 20,000 children can go to school and stay there. It will offer girls the chance to speak out for the first time to help ensure that the issues preventing them from gaining a safe, secure education cannot continue to be ignored. All funds raised or donated to our Girls Speak Out appeal will be doubled by the UK government.
Practical Action uses technology to challenge poverty. We find out what people are doing and help them to do it better. We enable communities to build on their skills and knowledge to produce sustainable practical solutions to transform their lives. Each year we help around a million people break out of the cycle of poverty ....for good!
deafPLUS are passionate about deaf and hearing people living and working in harmony, with equal opportunities.
Independence – information, advocacy and advice facilitating full participation in society.
Developing Potential – skills training and volunteering to further careers and prospects.
Promoting Wellbeing –overcoming isolation.
Promoting Social Change –dismantling barriers to social and economic potential
See www.deafplus.org for locations and details.
Charcot Marie Tooth (CMT) is an hereditary genetic condition that damages the peripheral nerves. It causes the muscles in the legs and arms to waste, which lead to problems with walking, standing and balance. CMT is not curable and slowly worsens over time.
MS-UK is dedicated to supporting anyone affected by Multiple Sclerosis. At MS-UK we put people affected by MS at the heart of our work. We recognise that each one is an individual who has needs, rights and choices. We offer support and information through our MS Advisors, our website (www.ms-uk.org) and New Pathways magazine. But we can’t do this alone. We need your help. By supporting MS-UK you are helping to provide support to all those living with Multiple Sclerosis.