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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.
Our vision is a world where scars do not limit a person’s function, social inclusion or sense of well being. We aim to progress extended rehabilitation and scar management for burns survivors, provide access to treatments and develop a support network for those living with burns and disfigurement. We make it easier to live with burns and scars.
Providing compassionate, individualised, holistic and supportive care to patients with life-limiting illnesses, their carers and families.
Adoption UK provides adoptive parents with the vital support they need to help adopted children to thrive in a secure, loving family. We also undertake campaigning and lobbying work which aims to raise greater awareness of adopted families’ needs and improve statutory adoption support legalisation.
Thank you for supporting Adoption UK.”
Alder Hey is the busiest children's hospital in the UK caring for over 270,000 young patients each year. Alder Hey Children's Charity raises funds to support the hospital's pioneering work and aims to improve the quality of life for our patients and through our innovations and research, the quality of life for children across the world. Without the support of charitable donations from our fantastic supporters, many of the outstanding facilities and innovations at Alder Hey could not be achieved.
The Institute is a Registered Charity. It was opened in 1986 by its Patron, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent. The research carried out by the Institute covers a wide variety of areas and is intended to advance the knowledge and treatment of the more serious conditions affecting older people, in particular Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia and to improve their quality of life.
The British Red Cross is a volunteer-led humanitarian organisation that helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. We enable vulnerable people at home and overseas to prepare for and respond to emergencies in their own communities. When the crisis is over, we help people recover and move on with their lives.
Sarcoma UK is the main charity in the UK dealing with all types of sarcoma. Sarcoma UK's aim is to achieve the best possible standard of treatment and care for patients with sarcoma. It does this through: Funding scientific and medical research into causes and treatments Delivering a range of support and information services covering all aspects of sarcoma Raising awareness of sarcoma amongst the public, healthcare professionals and policy makers.
MS Research Training and Education will raise funds for research to make a real difference for persons who have Multiple Sclerosis (MS), who share their lives and who treat MS: new drugs, technologies, healthcare ambitions and also will support training and education to further knowledge about MS.
One man dies every hour from prostate cancer, the most common form of cancer in men. Prostate Cancer UK is working towards a world where lives are no longer limited by prostate cancer.
We are fighting prostate cancer on every front - through research, support, information and campaigning.
Great Ormond Street Hospital treats more than 90,000 patients each year - children who are suffering from the rarest, most complex and often life-threatening conditions. They receive the best medical care that money can buy, but the NHS funding cannot meet these ever-rising costs, and that's where the hospital's charity, GOSHCC, steps in.