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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.
Childhood First is a charity that provides specialist therapeutic care, education and treatment to children suffering severe emotional and behavioural disturbance as the result of early life trauma.
Despite the level of damage which they have sustained in their earlier lives, the children who come to Childhood First achieve outcomes which are much better than average for children looked after by the State and, in some cases, as good as the outcomes for children in the mainstream.
Ovalhouse is a theatre based in south London. We combine pioneering performances from artists at the beginning of their professional careers, participatory workshops for young people with a passion for the performing arts, and a range of targeted projects transforming the lives of young people from a variety of challenging backgrounds.
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!
SWAN UK is the only dedicated support for the families of children with undiagnosed genetic conditions in the UK. Many affected children have complex medical needs and/or learning difficulties and without a diagnosis, families can feel isolated. SWAN UK offers information, peer-to-peer support and inclusive meets ups for families.
Through a network of nearly 16,000 trained parent volunteers we support thousands of parents who are struggling to cope. Our families need support for many reasons including post-natal illness, disability, bereavement, the illness of a parent or child, or social isolation. Parents supporting other parents: it's a simple idea that really works.
Demelza House in Kent is a hospice for children, the only one in the South-East. During the five years it has been operating, it has been a home from home for 300 families with sick children.
Street Child believe that every child deserves the right to live in a safe, secure home and the chance to receive a quality education.
In response to the Ebola breakout in West Africa, we have launched our Ebola Crisis Appeal. Within the two nations where Street Child's work is focused, Sierra Leone and Liberia, we are working towards mitigating the effects of the wider Ebola disaster, especially for the most vulnerable and directly impacted through the provision of basic humanitarian aid.
MAG is a leading landmine and unexploded bomb clearance organisation and co-laureate of the Nobel Peace Prize, based in the UK. MAG employs more than 2,000 people worldwide to help provide safer futures for lives affected by conflict in countries including Lebanon, Angola, Iraq, Sudan and Cambodia. MAG has cleared millions of landmines and unexploded bombs across the world and saved millions of lives and limbs with its programme of conflict recovery.
" CARA provides free counselling, legal advice, advocacy and referrals on HIV/AIDS, TB, cancer, diabetes, stroke, debt, immigration, welfare, housing, job search, translation, overseas aid, water and sanitation.
To continue the work that CARA provides in the UK and Africa, we rely on people like you. Please consider helping us with a monthly gift or you can make a one-off donation to our work."
Bone cancer survival rates have not improved for more than 25 years. Research is desperately needed to find new treatment options for bone cancer patients. The Bone Cancer Research Trust was formed in 2006 to improve outcomes for people affected by primary bone cancer through Research, Awareness, Information and Support.