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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.
Southampton Hospital Charity aims to enhance the services and facilities at Southampton General Hospital and Princess Anne Hospital by fundraising for projects to provide a fresh and comfortable environment for patients and their relatives, the very latest medical equipment and world-class training opportunities for staff.
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’.
1 in 10 of the population have dyslexia. We aim to influence government to promote a dyslexia friendly society, that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential. We provide the only national helpline supporting tens of thousands of people each year.
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.
The J's Hospice is going to build the first stand alone eco friendly hospice for young adults aged 18 to 40 in the East of England. We are establishing The J's at Home service offering care and support to all young adults with life-limiting, life-threatening illness in their own home.
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.
Bowel Cancer is the second biggest cancer killer in the UK, but over 90% of cases could be successfully treated if caught early. Beating Bowel Cancer is a charity that supports patients and their families. Whether people are worried about symptoms, recently diagnosed or living with bowel cancer, we are here to help.
The vision of The Bethany Children's Trust is to see every child in the world loved, safe, nurtured and free to reach their God-given potential. BCT works with churches in the UK and overseas to mobilise care for vulnerable children. We provide training, advice in project management and financial support.
RMHC provides 'home away from home' accommodation for parents with children in hospital. Ronald McDonald Houses and Family Room complexes are located close to hospitals or hospices in order to ensure families are kept together at a difficult time. With Houses and Family Rooms throughout the UK, RMHC aims to provide accommodation where and when it is most needed.
Charity Registration No 802047
University Hospital Birmingham Charities, also known as UHB Charities, exists to support the patients of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust. We do this by providing extra equipment and facilities at the Queen Elizabeth and Selly Oak Hospitals, and by funding research.