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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.
Run 4 Cancer, the cancer charity for runners, was set up by a group of running enthusiasts who have all been affected by cancer. Run 4 Cancer provides respite breaks for families living with cancer. We also make grants to hospices and fund research into the positive effects of exercise Run4Cancer.org
SeeAbility's purpose is to encourage people who are blind or partially sighted and have other multiple disabilities to achieve their full potential and enhance their quality of life.
The national charity combating pancreatic cancer through research, information, support and awareness. Pancreatic cancer has the lowest chance of survival of all cancers.
PCUK is determined that the survival rates will improve through earlier detection and more effective treatment.
Join us in “Striving for Survival”.
MND Scotland exists to help all those affected by Motor Neurone Disease (MND) within Scotland; those living with the disease, their families, carers and those health & social care professionals who contribute to the care of people with MND. Our vision is ‘to make Scotland a place where people are aware of MND, where those living with MND can expect consistently high standards of care & where we can work towards finding a cure’.
The RKH Foundation was established in 2014 to provide a focus and impetus for the fundraising activities of the employees of the RKH Group. Over the last decade RKH Group's charitable activities have supported organisations that strengthen the communities in which we live and work. The extent of these endeavours has grown with our business's expansion, and in 2014 the Group embarked on a new phase of charitable activity with the creation of the RKH Foundation.
ACACIA UK support projects in Sub-Saharan Africa that reach out to children who have been left without an education as a result of disability or mental health issues to include and enable them to go to school and learn.
ACACIA UK's vision is that every child in Africa enjoys a high quality education that embraces their differing abilities.
ACACIA UK is lifting barriers to education for girls and boys in East Africa to enable them to reach their full
Brake is a national road safety charity dedicated to preventing road death and caring for people bereaved or injured in road crashes.
Every day SIX people are killed on the UK roads and ten times as many are seriously injured.
Please help us!
Leicester & Leicestershire Animal Aid Association is a rescue and re-homing centre for neglected, abandoned and unwanted dogs and cats with accommodation for up to 75 dogs and 35 cats.
‘the difference’ is a local charity that exists to enhance patient care in the Scottish Borders. We work in close partnership with healthcare professionals across the full spectrum of hospital and community activity, to identify projects that will help local doctors, nurses and other clinicians enhance the care that they provide.
Our work funds: equipment/research/training/patient comforts/improvements to patient and staff environment.
Brandon Trust champions Personalisation, providing services designed around individual needs: from living solutions (residential care, supported living, tenancy support and others) to vocational courses, from community and leisure access to employment training and support. We also have a wealth of experience in working with people with complex needs whose behaviour sometimes challenges the environment in which they live, or with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD).