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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.
Childhood First is a charity that provides specialist therapeutic care, education and treatment to children suffering severe emotional and behavioural disturbance as the result of early life trauma.
Despite the level of damage which they have sustained in their earlier lives, the children who come to Childhood First achieve outcomes which are much better than average for children looked after by the State and, in some cases, as good as the outcomes for children in the mainstream.
Scleroderma & Raynaud's UK provide educational and emotional support for people with Raynaud's and scleroderma and their families. They are committed to increasing awareness of these potentially devastating conditions and raising money for essential research in order to determine cause, enhance treatment and ultimately find a cure.
The Royal Air Forces Association actively supports the RAF Family, giving help in times of need to everyone who serves in the RAF, and their dependents, past and present, now and always.
We believe that serving your country should not result in disadvantage, suffering, poverty or loneliness.
Whether it’s an injured airman fighting to get back on his feet, a young child missing their parent or a WWII veteran needing support, the Association is here to help all serving and former RAF personnel
Papworth Trust is a leading disability charity. Our mission is to support disabled people to have equality, choice and independence in their lives.
One in four of us will have mental health issues at some point in our life, be it depression, anxiety or we may receive a diagnosis such as bi-polar disorder.
Every year Mind in Harrow helps over 7,500 local residents who experience mental ill-health towards recovery through services including our Information Helpline, counselling, befriending & support. We also strive to dispel the stereotypes and myths surrounding mental health.
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.
Through a network of nearly 16,000 trained parent volunteers we support thousands of parents who are struggling to cope. Our families need support for many reasons including post-natal illness, disability, bereavement, the illness of a parent or child, or social isolation. Parents supporting other parents: it's a simple idea that really works.
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.
EACH delivers a diverse range of essential children's hospice care services in family homes throughout East Anglia and North Essex, or in one of three hospices. All three of the hospice buildings have home-from-home environments. EACH relies upon 75% of its income from public support.
VETERANS WITH DOGS is the UK's first Charity organisation training Assistance Dogs for British ex-servicemen and women with service-related mental health conditions.
Veterans train in partnership with dogs, strengthening their bond and understanding, leading to greater independence, improved self-esteem and increased quality of life.