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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 National Autistic Society is the UK's leading charity for people affected by autism. With your support we can make a positive difference to even more people living with autism.
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.
Place2Be provides therapeutic and emotional support to over 75,000 children in 200 schools across the UK. Many children are living with domestic violence, coping with parental drug and alcohol misuse, suffering from neglect or experiencing a loss of a parent or family breakdown. By developing resilience and emotional stability through one-to-one counselling, Place2Be helps them overcome what they’ve faced and build a positive future.
Group B Strep Support (GBSS) is the UK based charity dedicated to preventing life-threatening GBS infections in newborn babies and supporting affected families.
GBSS regularly sends information materials to maternity units and GPs nationwide. We receive no Government funding - families affected by GBS raise most of the charity's funds.
Yorkshire Eye Research is the northern branch of the National Eye Research centre. We raise money to support research into the causes, prevention and treatment of eye diseases. Every 15 minutes in the UK someone starts to lose their sight. Every 5 seconds one person in the world goes blind. Over 50% of people in the UK over 65 are visually impaired. Help us to reach our goal to eradicate unnecessary blindness.
The World Development Movement (WDM) tackles the underlying causes of poverty. We lobby decision-makers to change the policies that keep people poor. We work in solidarity with campaigners in the developing world who are standing up to injustice.
North London Hospice provides specialist care to people living with a terminal illness in the boroughs of Barnet, Enfield and Haringey.
All our care is provided free of charge but we receive less than 23% NHS funding and must raise £4.6 million each year to enable us to carry on our vital work.
Noah's Ark is an expanding children's hospice service, serving life-limited or life-threatened children and young people, and their families, living within the communities of Barnet, Camden, Enfield, Haringey and Islington. Our aim is to support these families, delivering flexible services that encompass the whole family - enabling them to live positive lives and face the future with hope.
World Cancer Research Fund (WCRF UK) is committed to preventing cancer. We fund cutting edge scientific research & provide people with the information they need to reduce their cancer risk. About a third of cancers can be prevented through regular physical activity, a healthy diet, & maintenance of a healthy weight. By spreading the good news that cancer can be prevented, WCRF UK hopes that many thousands of lives will be saved.
One in every 1000 babies in the UK is born sick and disabled because of a Rare Chromosome Disorder.
Unique's aim is to inform, support and alleviate the isolation of anyone affected by a rare chromosome disorder and to raise public awareness.
Whilst individually rare, collectively common.