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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.
Founded in 1961, Kidney Research UK is the leading UK charity funding research that focuses on the prevention, treatment and management of kidney disease. The charity also dedicates its work to improving patient care and raising awareness of kidney disease.
VICTA provides support to blind and partially sighted children, young people and their families.
VICTA also provide grants for equipment and services which will help young people develop socially, emotionally and educationally. VICTA also organise youth weekends, family weekends and Cultural trips to enable our young people to improve their communication and social skills, and make new and valuable lifetime friendships.
The Brain and Spine Foundation aims to maximise the quality of life for people with neurological disorders and to reduce neurological disability by providing a national focus for research, education and information. Our services include a telephone helpline staffed by neuro nurses and specialist services for children and young people.
Kids Club Kampala is a children's charity bringing hope and love to vulnerable children in the slums of Kampala, Uganda. KCK runs feeding, clothing and education projects, school sponsorship programme, women's initiatives and community development projects.
Community Links tackle the causes and consequences of social exclusion by developing and running practical activities in east London and sharing the local experience with practitioners and policy makers nationwide. By raising aspirations, reducing poverty and extending opportunities in education and employment Community Links seeks to build stronger communities, where no one is left behind.
Mind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales. We work to create a better life for everyone with experience of mental distress by: Advancing the views, needs and ambitions of people with mental health problems. Challenging discrimination and promoting inclusion. Influencing policy through campaigning and education. Inspiring the development of quality services which reflect expressed need and diversity. Achieving equal rights through campaigning and education.
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.
The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association wants a world in which all people who are blind and partially-sighted enjoy the same rights, opportunities and responsibilities as everyone else.
Our mission is to provide guide dogs, mobility and other rehabilitation services that meet the needs of blind and partially-sighted people.
SHP was established by a group of homeless people in 1977. Today the charity works with 6,500 people a year across 20 London boroughs, providing a wide range of accommodation and community-based support services for people facing issues such as homelessness, substance use, mental ill health and offending.
Dreams Come True is a UK children’s charity whose sole purpose is to fulfil the dreams of terminally and seriously ill children and young people aged 2 to 21. In the last twenty years we have helped make over 3000 dreams come true and as a result debilitating illness, painful treatment and an uncertain future has often been transformed with happiness, fun and wonderful, everlasting memories. You can make a world of difference by helping us make more dreams become a reality.