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Alzheimer's Society

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.

FOUR PAWS has been working for the welfare and protection of animals since 1988. Originally founded in Austria to campaign against fur farms and the battery egg industry, FOUR PAWS started working internationally in 1994. Our EU wide presence allows us to campaign more effectively, improving the lives of animals all over the world. Our wide range of projects, campaigns and rescues, as well as public information and lobbying work, have achieved a lot - but there is plenty more still to do.

Mind in Brighton and Hove
We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.

The Huntington's Disease Association
The Huntington’s Disease Association is a registered charity which is a national Association committed to supporting families affected by Huntington’s disease. The Association offers help, support and advice to families. Striving to improve the understanding of HD and its implications to relevant decision makers and professionals in the caring field.

Roald Dahl's Marvellous Children's Charity
We believe that every child has the right to a good quality of life, no matter how ill they are. So we raise money to support individuals and organisations so that sick children can receive the highest quality care, advice and support. Whether that's through providing nurses, equipment, carers or toys, working with hospitals and care organisations or directly with patients, we want to improve the lives of seriously ill children in the UK.

Bread and Water for Africa UK
Poverty. Sickness. Hunger. Illiteracy. Just a few of the enemies we’re fighting through the grass-roots projects we help fund. The projects we support are the kinds of projects that slip beneath the radar of larger NGOs. In fact, many of them would go unfunded if not for Bread and Water for Africa.

Global Justice Now
Global Justice Now tackles the underlying causes of poverty. We lobby decision-makers to change the policies that keep people poor. We work in solidarity with campaigners in the developing world who are standing up to injustice.

The Get A-Head Charitable Trust
Assisting adults and children in the West Midlands afflicted with all forms of head and neck diseases, and their familes and carers, through the provision of support and complementary therapies while equipping medical professionals in the field through education and research.

I CAN is the children’s communication charity. Strong communication skills are the springboard from which children learn, achieve and make friends. I CAN works to foster the development of speech, language and communication skills in all children with a special focus on those who find this hard: children with a communication disability.

Independent Age
Founded 150 years ago, Independent Age is an established voice for older people and their families, committed to making a positive impact through the ‘ABC’ of advice, befriending and campaigning. Through our work, we address the three poverties affecting older people today: financial poverty, poverty of social contact and poverty of information.
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