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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 National Autistic Society is the UK's leading charity for people affected by autism. With your support we can make a positive difference to even more people living with autism.
St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice supports over 4,000 adults with life threatening illnesses in Lincolnshire. All of our services are free for our patients and their families. As a result of this, we need to raise over £3 million a year to enable us to carry on this vital work.
One person in five in the UK is affected by lung disease. Millions more are at risk.
We are the UK’s lung charity and we are here for every one of them, whatever their condition.
Lung disease can be frightening and debilitating. We offer hope and support at every step so that no one has to face it alone. We promote greater understanding of lung disease and campaign for positive change in the nation’s lung health. We fund vital research, so that new treatments and cures can help to save lives
Turn2us is a national charity helping people in financial hardship access welfare benefits, charitable grants and support services - online, by phone and face to face through partner organisations. Last year nearly 4 million people visited the Turn2us website and we handled over 85,000 calls on our helpline. We also give direct financial support through the Elizabeth Finn Fund which in the last year totalled £3m benefitting 4600 people. For further information please visit: www.turn2us.org.uk
World Child Cancer helps children with cancer in developing countries by providing world class medical expertise and essential funding. Childhood cancer is highly curable yet 4 out of 5 children with cancer in developing countries die from the disease. Many cancers are simple and inexpensive to treat and this is our starting point. We work to save children’s lives by improving diagnosis, increasing access to medical care and developing better treatments.
The Cancer Treatment and Research Trust (CTRT) was founded in 1985. Its main role is to raise funding for research into why and how cancers develop; better ways of detecting and monitoring cancers; and finding and testing new treatments.
CDH UK supports anyone affected by Congenital Diaphragmatic Hernia, a birth defect that affects approx. 1:2500 babies with a 50% survival rate. We provide free information and services, promote study & research into the cause, prevention & better treatments of CDH and raise awareness of this devastating condition.
The Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) is an independent campaigning organisation committed to bringing about change that protects the natural world from environmental crime and abuse.
Rainbow Trust Children's Charity provides practical and emotional support to families when their child has a life threatening or terminal illness; immediate help is available for families 24 hours a day.
Support is offered from diagnosis through treatment and, should a family become bereaved, we continue to support them for as long as they need us. We help family members cope with the present and prepare them for the future.
HeartSWell SW is a registered charity committed to supporting heart patients, their families and carers across the Westcounty. We do this by support of research, the supply of equipment, counselling of close relatives of the sufferers and the provision of accommodation for families whilst their relatives are receiving medical treatment.