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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.
Through the power of technology and high tech entertainments, Lifelites is striving to give life-limited children in hospices the equipment which helps them to spend quality time with their families, the means to keep in contact with their school and friends, and simply to enjoy themselves away from the constant reality of their illness.
Hope Against Cancer is committed to providing funding for cancer research projects in the University Hospitals of Leicester. Since 2003 Hope has raised £5m and funded 50 research projects. In May 2012 the Hope Clinical Trials Units was opened in the Leicester Royal Infirmary and the first Hope Specialist Nurse was appointed. The achievements to date have only been made possible by the generosity of the people from Leicestershire and Rutland.
Bronchiectasis Foundation is the leading charity dedicated to research into bronchiectasis disease in the UK. We rely almost wholly on the generous donations of the UK public and we believe that everybody deserves a life free of bronchiectasis disease.
The aim is to facilitate clinical trials and academic research studies in order to improve our understanding of what causes bronchiectasis and to find better, more effective treatment for people with this condition.
The Hidradenitis Suppurativa Trust is the leading UK charity dedicated to the raising of awareness and understanding for the chronic skin disorder HS. We provide up-to-date information, support and advice to those with HS and to those who care for them.
Would you like to live life on the edge? Realize not only your dreams, but those of seriously and terminally ill children by making their wishes come true. Take a parachute jump and be wild for Starlight Children’s Foundation!
The Celia Hammond Animal Trust (CHAT) works in parts of London and the South East to rescue and find homes for stray, abandoned and unwanted cats and kittens. The charity also operates two low cost veterinary clinics in London, providing vital neutering and treatment for animals whose owners cannot afford private veterinary fees. CHAT operates a strict non-destruction policy.
Fight for Sight is the leading UK charity dedicated to funding research to prevent sight loss and treat eye disease. Fight for Sight relies on donations to fund over £3m of eye research every year. Without our donors’ support we could not pioneer revolutionary research that brings hope to millions and will help make sight loss a thing of the past. Help us create a future everyone can see.
The Winnicott Foundation raises funds to improve care for premature and sick babies through supporting the neonatal units at St Mary's Hospital, Paddington, and Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital, Hammersmith
We are Balls to Cancer- a registered charity, and it is our aim to fight cancer with fun! We are raising funds for male cancer awareness and education. We occasionally donate a proportion to other associated causes and research. 200,000 men are diagnosed a year with cancer in the UK, killing 10 men an hour so please help us and get involved today.
St Barnabas provides specialist palliative care both within the hospice and in the comfort of patients’ homes treating adults with advanced progressive life-limiting illnesses. Patients are never charged for their care. It costs £3.1 million each year to provide this care and only a small part of these costs are state funded. This means that the majority of the money has to be raised through voluntary donations from local communities within the Worthing, Adur and Arun areas.