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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.
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.
Through our network of 1,500 volunteers and a small number of paid staff we provide advice and information services to thousands of older people, their families and carers, focusing on social care, welfare benefits and befriending services. This is integrated with local support, including one-to-one and group befriending schemes.
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.
Claire House is a Hospice for young children/adults from Merseyside, Cheshire, West Lancashire, North Wales and the Isle of Man.
It is a vibrant, positive place which provides care and support for the children and the whole family.
St Christopher's was founded in 1967 by Dame Cicely Saunders to provide and promote care of the highest quality for dying people. Our vision is based on Dame Cicely's belief that compassionate care embraces emotional, spiritual and practical support as well as pain and symptom control. Our services, free of charge, extend to family and friends, both during the illness and in bereavement. Our education services benefit healthcare professionals worldwide.
We are a UK-wide support network for all those affected by ovarian cancer. Ovacome works to connect patients, provide information on treatment, screening and research, raise awareness and support and give advice to all those affected by ovarian cancer.
SOS Children is a global authority on nurturing and supporting families. We provide direct care for orphaned and abandoned children, and we work with local communities to keep fragmenting families together. For more information about our work around the world please visit www.soschildren.org.
The Camden Music Trust is an educational grant-making charity dedicated to supporting musical organisations helping young people further their musical activities in Camden.
It was started by a group of Friends of Camden Music parents who cared about the provision of music for children in the Borough.
Our vision was of a charity that could help all children in Camden benefit from music as a formative experience, regardless of parents' ability to pay.
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.
We care for more than 3,500 terminally ill patients across Plymouth and its surrounding areas each year, there is a growing need for specialist palliative and end of life care.
Seeing a family member or loved one go through a terminal illness can be extremely distressing, St Luke's also ensures that families have support.
It costs over £6million to run the hospice and only 32% is received from the government, so the Hospice relies on fundraising efforts to raise the remaining £4.5 million.