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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.
Ovarian Cancer Action is the leading ovarian cancer charity in the UK. Ovarian cancer kills 12 women a day, and survival rates are low at under 40%. Ovarian Cancer Action funds research into ovarian cancer, raises awareness of the disease and gives a voice to women affected by it.
Ovarian Cancer Action offers a variety of events to participate in and raise valuable donations to support the charity. Check out the events below for more information.
The Cure Parkinson's Trust is a passionate, patient led charity that invests in under-resourced and under-funded research projects that offer real hope of a cure for Parkinson's Disease in the future.
Child Concern Consortium is a special group of 5 small charities working together to provide help and support for vulnerable children across the UK.
Dedicated to improving quality of life for children, their families and those caring for children, our 5 charities work in 5 different ways to help change children's lives for the better; so your gift works 5 times harder!
Founded in 1977 ELF is a blood cancer charity focusing on patient centred work. By funding new or improved facilities and equipment we can support both patients and nurses. Totally voluntary funded our aim is to fund grants for patient centred projects, fellowships and offer grants to families who as a result of their illness experience financial hardship.
Clatterbridge Cancer Research provides world class cancer research for the benefit of people today and future generations.We look to develop more effective, personalised treatments for some of the most prevalent types of cancer in the UK. As a charity independent of the NHS, we rely on voluntary donations and need to raise £2 million every year to continue our valuable research.
Action Against Hunger is an international humanitarian organisation committed to saving the lives of malnourished children and their families in over 40 countries worldwide. One of the leading organisations in the fight against hunger and malnutrition, our teams provide for people’s immediate needs when food is scarce and provide families with the tools, seeds and support they need to build a sustainable future.
We are the leading national epilepsy medical charity working for everyone affected by epilepsy. We lead the world with our ground breaking medical research into causes and treatments for epilepsy. We strive to raise awareness to combat ignorance, and the stigma attached to epilepsy. We provide specialist residential care for those whose epilepsy is so severe and complex that they require round the clock support, as well as offering expert support to those who want to live more independently.
uk4u delivers Gifts for our Troops, especially at Christmas when boxes stuffed with goodies are sent to our Armed Forces deployed on Operations. Whether serving in the Royal Navy, Army or Royal Air Force in ships and submarines, operational theatre (such as Afghanistan), air stations or recovering in hospital.
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Willen Hospice provides specialist care to adults in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas, who have life limiting illnesses. We get only a quarter of our funding from the NHS and need to raise over £2.7 million a year to provide our services - your support is vital.