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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.
Breakthrough Breast Cancer is a pioneering charity dedicated to the prevention, treatment and ultimate eradication of breast cancer.
We fight on three fronts: research, campaigning and education.
Our aim is to bring together the best minds and rally the support of all those whose lives have been, or may one day be, affected by the disease. The result will save lives and change futures – by removing the fear of breast cancer for good.
The Huntington’s Disease Association is a registered charity which is a national Association committed to supporting families affected by Huntington’s disease. The Association offers help, support and advice to families. Striving to improve the understanding of HD and its implications to relevant decision makers and professionals in the caring field.
Action For Kids transforms young lives by removing the barriers to independence. We supply mobility equipment to children and young people up to the age of 26. We also offer work related learning and office experience for young people with physical disabilities and learning difficulties. Our family support services team runs a Helpline for young disabled people and their families.
Deafblind Scotland is a charity that works with adults who have lost, or are losing, both their sight and hearing. We have around 700 members throughout Scotland to whom we provide information, advice and specialist guiding and communication support.
HeartSWell SW is a registered charity committed to supporting heart patients, their families and carers across the Westcounty. We do this by support of research, the supply of equipment, counselling of close relatives of the sufferers and the provision of accommodation for families whilst their relatives are receiving medical treatment.
Only 3% of people survive beyond 5 years after diagnosis and this number hasn't changed in over 40 years. This is due to only 10% of patients being diagnosed in time for surgery - the only curative option. Set up by a rare survivor of the disease, PCA is raising awareness of pancreatic cancer, providing information for patients and developing educational programmes for GPs & other clinicians so more can be diagnosed earlier. Please help us "Change the Numbers" for pancreatic cancer.
The Lord Mayor’s Appeal 2014 is supporting four community-based charities that are all transforming lives. Fundraising is at the heart of the Appeal programme but there is also a strong commitment to mentor, help raise the profiles of these charities and open up new sources of funding for the future.
World Child Cancer helps children with cancer in developing countries by providing world class medical expertise and essential funding. Childhood cancer is highly curable yet 4 out of 5 children with cancer in developing countries die from the disease. Many cancers are simple and inexpensive to treat and this is our starting point. We work to save children’s lives by improving diagnosis, increasing access to medical care and developing better treatments.
International Childcare Trust exists for the purpose of relieving poverty, relieving sickness and advancing the education of children and young persons who are in a condition of need, hardship or distress. ICT currently works in Cambodia, Kenya, Sri Lanka and India, in direct partnership with local groups.