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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 Sick Children's Trust provides high quality 'Home from Home' accommodation for families whose children are receiving hospital treatment for serious illness.
We exist to support and promote the child's recovery and further to support the fabric and well be of the family as a whole.
Young Epilepsy is the national charity working exclusively on behalf of children and young people with epilepsy. With over 100 years of experience we are a leading provider of specialist health and education services. The charity offers support, information, training for health, social care and education professionals and campaigns to improve access to, and quality of, health and education services.
Wales Air Ambulance is a registered charity, providing an emergency lifesaving service across the whole of Wales. The annual cost of sustaining our three air bases in Swansea, Caernarfon and Welshpool currently stands at over a £1 million each, and only through continued public support are we able to meet these targets. Due to Wales' widely scattered population and diverse landscape, there is a recognised need for our helicopters to be fully operational throughout the year.
SPEAR are a local homeless charity operating in and around South-West London. Founded in 1987 by local resident Penny Wade following the death of two people sleeping rough on Richmond riverbank, her principle was that people shouldn't die because they don't have a home. Since then we have been supporting homeless people and developing our services to respond to the growing problem of homelessness.
Doctors of the World is an international humanitarian health organisation that provides emergency and long-term medical care to excluded people while fighting for equal access to healthcare worldwide.
Our vision is of a world in which vulnerable people affected by war, natural disasters, disease, hunger, poverty or exclusion get the healthcare they need regardless of income or status.
Through our health programmes and advocacy we work to ensure excluded people overcome barriers to healthcare.
Only 3% of people survive beyond 5 years after diagnosis and this number hasn't changed in over 40 years. This is due to only 10% of patients being diagnosed in time for surgery - the only curative option. Set up by a rare survivor of the disease, PCA is raising awareness of pancreatic cancer, providing information for patients and developing educational programmes for GPs & other clinicians so more can be diagnosed earlier. Please help us "Change the Numbers" for pancreatic cancer.
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.
We are dedicated to caring for those living with a terminal illness, helping to make their lives better. We provide specialist care and treatment and listen to the needs of our patients and their family. Each year we care for over 1000 patients in the Birmingham and Sandwell region.
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.
Saint Catherine's Hospice is an adult hospice that cares for people with life limiting conditions and their families from Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale and parts of East Yorkshire. While cancer is the most common illness among patients, an important part of the hospice's work is with patients who have serious neurological diseases, including multiple sclerosis and motor neurone disease. Saint Catherine's also cares for people who have advanced heart, lung and liver disease. All care given to p