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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 Royal Free is a world class teaching hospital, based in Hampstead, seeing over 700,000 patients a year. The Royal Free Charity makes all the difference to patients by funding innovative research and treatment, medical equipment and improved patient facilities. We support all areas of the hospital including the Amyloisosis Centre and Scleroderma. Fundraising can support specific areas of the hospital. Please contact us for special purpose fund details.
CRY raises awareness of conditions that can lead to Young Sudden Cardiac Death; provides medical information; offers a fast-track service to families who have suffered a loss, including counselling, support and a fast track coroner referral service; operates and develops subsidised cardiac screening and ECG Testing programmes within local communities, sports clubs and schools.
50,000 Londoners live with the effects of a brain injury as a result of road traffic accidents, assaults, fall, stroke or other illness.
Headway East London supports people affected by brain injury and runs the only brain injury specific centre in inner London offering therapy, rehabilitation and support.
Mercy Ships, an international, Christian charity provides urgent, free surgeries on our hospital ship, the Africa Mercy for eye conditions, cleft lip/palate, benign tumour, VVF, orthopaedics, dental work and medical development services. Construction volunteers partner with locals, building water, sanitation and medical facilities, bringing hope directly to those in need.
There are over five million people with asthma in the UK, and Asthma UK is here for them when they need us most.
We want to live in a world where asthma is no longer a daily battle for some and where no one dies from the condition. We’re working to make this happen through world-leading research, award-winning information and services, and life-changing campaigns.
Asthma UK offers a variety of events to participate in and raise valuable donations to support the charity.
We are the only national organisation exclusively dedicated to epilepsy research. ERUK is focused on researching into the basic causes of epilepsy, with the aim of identifying new means to control the condition and ultimately to find a cure.
The only charity in the UK dedicated to supporting individuals and families suffering from the rare cancer pre-disposition condition called Li Fraumeni Syndrome (LFS). Sufferers are prone to early onset, multiple cancers. Families often have different members fighting cancer at any one time.
To provide support and refreshments to those that are either in hospital, attending the clinic for treatment at the medical ward in the Chelesa & Westminster hospital, Dean Street Soho, all free of charge to patients, families and friends, this also includes live music session on the medical ward.
Every 30 minutes in the UK a child is bereaved of a parent. Daisy's Dream supports bereaved children and families in Berkshire. Support is tailored to the needs of each child -
Support on a 1:1 basis through school and home visits, Telephone and email support, Group events
One of the MS Society's main objectives is to promote and fund MS research. We fund scientific and applied research in order to make the maximum impact on MS, and the quality of life of people affected by MS. Our fundraisers work hard to pump around 2 million pounds into research each year. But we also encourage others to fund MS research, for example, other funding bodies and relevant industries.