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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.
We're CSV and we're all about communities. We want to make them stronger, safer places for us all to enjoy living in. We work with some of the most deprived communities across the UK tackling loneliness, isolation and unemployment, to enable people to improve their own lives and those of their communities.
The Child Brain Injury Trust offers a lifeline to anyone affected by childhood acquired brain injury (ABI). This includes the child or young person with a brain injury, their family and professionals who work with them. They offer information and support to children and families when it's needed most.
Willen Hospice provides specialist care to adults in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas, who have life limiting illnesses. We get only a quarter of our funding from the NHS and need to raise over £2.7 million a year to provide our services - your support is vital.
Barnardo's believes in children regardless of their circumstances, gender, race, disability or behaviour. We believe in the abused, the vulnerable, the forgotten and the neglected. We will support them, stand up for them and bring out the best in every child. We do this because we believe in children.
Alzheimer Scotland is the leading dementia charity in Scotland providing care, understanding and support for people with dementia, their carers, family and friends. We provide a 24-hour freephone dementia helpline, Dementia Nurses and many different types of service. We need fundraised income to support this work.
At International Animal Rescue we do exactly what our name says, we save animals from suffering around the world.
We cut free and care for dancing bears in India, rescue primates from animal traffickers in Indonesia and treat stray dogs and cats in developing countries. Wherever we can, we return rehabilitated animals to the wild but, if that's not possible, we give them a safe haven for life.
Dedicated to the rescue and rehabilitation of suffering animals.
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.
The Ark Cancer Centre Charity is raising £5 million towards a much needed cancer centre, to be built in North Hampshire. The funds raised will ensure that a range of complementary and support therapies are available alongside chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatments in one inspirational, unique 'state of the art' building that will offer a therapeutic, healing environment for local cancer sufferers.
Hospice Aid is a unique UK based charity delivering much needed grants to UK hospices.
We are the only UK charity for all UK Hospices. We give support where and when it's needed.
On average, it costs £4million every year to run a hospice.
We help by easing the worry of raising those funds and that’s why your help today, could help someone tomorrow.
The 23rd October 2010 will forever be a date etched painfully in our memory. Lauren, our only child, had just turned 15 when she died from Wegener’s Granulomatosis (now called Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis, a variant of Vasculitis)