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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.
Supporting people affected by leukaemia, Hodgkin's and other lymphomas - myeloma, myelodysplasia, myeloproliferative disorders, aplastic anaemia.
Leukaemia CARE exists to provide vital care and support to all those whose lives are affected by these blood cancers and blood disorders. Our work extends to the welfare of families and carers, as well as that of patients themselves. Quite simply... 'supporting a quality of life'.
Worldwide Cancer Research funds what we consider to be the best scientific cancer research undertaken throughout the world. We endeavour to fund research in areas that are relatively underfunded or unexplored. compared with those funded by other major cancer organisations.
SWAN UK is the only dedicated support for the families of children with undiagnosed genetic conditions in the UK. Many affected children have complex medical needs and/or learning difficulties and without a diagnosis, families can feel isolated. SWAN UK offers information, peer-to-peer support and inclusive meets ups for families.
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.
North London Hospice provides specialist care to people living with a terminal illness in the boroughs of Barnet, Enfield and Haringey.
All our care is provided free of charge but we receive less than 23% NHS funding and must raise £4.6 million each year to enable us to carry on our vital work.
East & North Herts Hospitals Charity, aims to make a real, positive impact to patient care within our four hospital sites.
We help our hospitals innovate, improve and provide excellent care to our community above and beyond NHS funding. By supporting great science, excellent patient care and staff wellbeing, we are helping our local community to be healthier.
Save the Children works in 120 countries. We save children’s lives. We fight for their rights. We help them fulfil their potential. We respond quickly to emergencies and invest in projects ranging from children’s rights, health, education or hunger to give children a brighter future.
Chestnut Tree House is the only children’s hospice in Sussex and cares for children and young adults from 0-19 years of age with progressive life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses from all over the county.
It costs approximately £2 million per year to provide this service. Families are not charged for their care and the hospice receives hardly any government funding at all, so it relies completely on the generosity, help and support of the people of Sussex.
PAWA is a registered charity run by volunteers with three main aims :
Supporting grass root educational charities in Asia that benefit bright motivated young women.
Supporting charities that help release girls and women in Asia from poverty.
Highlight the achievements of Asian women through the presentation of inspirational and thought provoking events.
The Chronicle Sunshine Fund provides specialised equipment to children with disabilities in the North East of England, individuals, groups, registered organisations, special and mainstream schools and hospitals can ask for our support to improve the lives of children with disabilities.