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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.
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
School-Home Support works with some of the most troubled families in the country, to get children back in to school and ready to learn whatever it takes. Our practitioners work to support families who are coping with complex problems such as; domestic violence, mental heath, bullying, poverty and severe housing issues.
MND Scotland exists to help all those affected by Motor Neurone Disease (MND) within Scotland; those living with the disease, their families, carers and those health & social care professionals who contribute to the care of people with MND. Our vision is ‘to make Scotland a place where people are aware of MND, where those living with MND can expect consistently high standards of care & where we can work towards finding a cure’.
The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign is the leading UK charity dedicated to beating muscle-wasting conditions by finding treatments and cures and to improving the lives of everyone affected by them.
The charity’s objects are to relieve any persons who have suffered suicide tendencies, depression, self harm building up their self esteem and promote the health and education of suicide prevention.
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.
Yogi Divine Society (YDS) is an international charity committed to serving the world by caring for the individuals, families and communities to lead a happy, peaceful and harmonious life.
Founded in 1974 by its spiritual head His Divine Holiness Hariprasad Swamiji and actively operating in over 500 centers world-wide, all its activities are carried out with the guiding principles of ‘Selfless Service to Mankind is Service and Devotion to God’ and maintaining ‘Universal brotherhood'
Homerton Hospital Charitable Fund provides the 'little extras' for patients of Homerton Hospital and their families. Based in east London the hospital serves 300,000 patients each year. Your support could help us provide Family Rooms for parents who have premature babies or specialist equipment for patients with communication difficulties.
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.
The National Literacy Trust is an independent charity that transforms lives through literacy.
One in six people in the UK struggle to read and write. Poor skills compromise health, confidence, happiness and employability.
The National Literacy Trust believes that literacy transforms lives, and that with better literacy, everyone can succeed in life. By ‘better literacy’, they mean the combination of reading, writing, speaking and listening skills necessary for a fair chance in life.