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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.
BATIAS has been providing independent advocacy support for people with learning disabilities in South Essex for the past 20 years.
Working to empower them to make informed choices, to speak out, to have their voices heard and their wishes and choices recognised. We also support people with physical and sensory impairments and mental health difficulties.
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.
Facing the World provides life changing facial reconstructive surgery for children with the most severe facial disfigurements who aren't able to access the surgery that they need in their own countries as a result of lack of skills or infrastructure. We also provide international training in reconstructive and craniofacial surgery.
The Prince's Trust is the UK's leading youth charity which provides practical and financial support to disadvantaged young people, developing key workplace skills such as confidence and motivation. We work with thousands of 13 to 30-year-olds who have struggled at school, have been in care, are long-term unemployed or have been in trouble with the law. Our wide range of programmes are designed to encourage and empower young people to turn their lives around.
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
Target Ovarian Cancer is dedicated to achieving a long and good life for every woman diagnosed with ovarian cancer in the United Kingdom, and working to improve diagnosis and treatment of this disease.
Cancer United is a local support group for all those who have affected by cancer whether patients, family or friends. We welcome people whenever they need us, from diagnosis onwards because we are all united by this one life-changing experience.
Ovalhouse is a theatre based in south London. We combine pioneering performances from artists at the beginning of their professional careers, participatory workshops for young people with a passion for the performing arts, and a range of targeted projects transforming the lives of young people from a variety of challenging backgrounds.
MS-UK is dedicated to supporting anyone affected by Multiple Sclerosis. At MS-UK we put people affected by MS at the heart of our work. We recognise that each one is an individual who has needs, rights and choices. We offer support and information through our MS Advisors, our website (www.ms-uk.org) and New Pathways magazine. But we can’t do this alone. We need your help. By supporting MS-UK you are helping to provide support to all those living with Multiple Sclerosis.
One in every 1000 babies in the UK is born sick and disabled because of a Rare Chromosome Disorder.
Unique's aim is to inform, support and alleviate the isolation of anyone affected by a rare chromosome disorder and to raise public awareness.
Whilst individually rare, collectively common.