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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 Guide Dogs for the Blind Association wants a world in which all people who are blind and partially-sighted enjoy the same rights, opportunities and responsibilities as everyone else.
Our mission is to provide guide dogs, mobility and other rehabilitation services that meet the needs of blind and partially-sighted people.
ARC provides non directive information & support to bereaved & expectant parents who are given a worrying antenatal test result or told that their unborn may have an abnormality, and have difficult decisions to make about the future of the pregnancy. ARC also trains health professionals to do a difficult job better.
New Hope is an organisation working with children with disabilities, and providing support for parents and carers.
Our aim is to provide a happy, safe, warm and stimulating environment for all children to play, learn and develop freely. Our aim is to respect every child as an individual regardless of gender, cultural background or ability.
The London Eye Hospital Trust has the mission to reduce treatable blindness worldwide through the direct provision of treatment and surgery and to fund education and research projects to complement this aim. In particular, we would like to make a significant impact in the worldwide treatment of Trachoma which is one of the leading causes of childhood blindness and is entirely preventable and treatable and can potentially be eradicated.
The Brompton Fountain works with the Paediatric Intensive Care Unit, children’s wards and outpatient clinics at Royal Brompton and Harefield hospitals. We support children with life threatening heart and lung conditions and their families whilst on the ward and at home and fundraise to improve facilities and purchase medical equipment.
Age Concern and Help the Aged have joined forces to become Age UK – so that we can be here for everyone in later life. Without your help‚ we cannot provide the vital information‚ advice and services that help millions of older people.
Mind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales. We work to create a better life for everyone with experience of mental distress by: Advancing the views, needs and ambitions of people with mental health problems. Challenging discrimination and promoting inclusion. Influencing policy through campaigning and education. Inspiring the development of quality services which reflect expressed need and diversity. Achieving equal rights through campaigning and education.
Brain Tumour Research represents the united campaign voice of the Brain Tumour Research group of charities. Established in 2008, the charity Brain Tumour Research was launched specifically to raise substantial funds for brain tumour research and operates as a separate entity to the member charities. Our Mission is to raise at least £7 million per annum, to accelerate progress significantly in brain tumour research in the UK in order to make a clinical difference and to improve the outcomes for
The CMA is a UK national charity which provides support, and information for individuals, and families, affected by the heart muscle disease cardiomyopathy. The Association supports expert clinical practice by funding medical and nursing posts and provides educational opportunities through its national conferences programme for doctors, nurses and pathologists.
Deafblind Scotland is a charity that works with adults who have lost, or are losing, both their sight and hearing. We have around 700 members throughout Scotland to whom we provide information, advice and specialist guiding and communication support.