Want to do something for a particular charity - then use our alphabetical search function. With over hundreds of charities on doitforcharity.com you’ve got a good chance of finding it here!
Alternatively if you haven’t decided which charity you want to support but you know the type of charity (eg: Cancer, Children etc) then select the category in the dropdown box and you will receive a list of all charities within that category!
Or choose a charity name starting with the following letter:
Showing results 1 to 10 of 364
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.
Bletchley Park’s mission is to preserve and develop Bletchley Park as a world-class museum, heritage site and education centre in order to enhance the understanding of the critical contribution of code breaking and intelligence in World War II, the birth of computing and electronic security, and how these unique achievements remain relevant today.
Teens Unite Fighting Cancer has been established to support teenagers with life limiting illnesses. Our main objective is to raise enough funds to be able to provide Respite Homes for the teens to spend time together. Also with the help of our dedicated supporters we can help teenagers undergoing chemo, with a high tech new hair system. For these teenagers, the hairstyle is not so much the issue as of the lack of any hair at all.
Based in the Trafford area of Greater Manchester SAA rescues and rehomes unwanted and abandoned dogs, cats and rabbits. All animals are neutered prior to rehoming and the society carries out home checks for all potential new owners. Money is raised through fundraising and adoption/admission fees.
The charity’s objects are to relieve any persons who have suffered suicide tendencies, depression, self harm building up their self esteem and promote the health and education of suicide prevention.
World Child Cancer helps children with cancer in developing countries by providing world class medical expertise and essential funding. Childhood cancer is highly curable yet 4 out of 5 children with cancer in developing countries die from the disease. Many cancers are simple and inexpensive to treat and this is our starting point. We work to save children’s lives by improving diagnosis, increasing access to medical care and developing better treatments.
New Hope is an organisation working with children with disabilities, and providing support for parents and carers.
Our aim is to provide a happy, safe, warm and stimulating environment for all children to play, learn and develop freely. Our aim is to respect every child as an individual regardless of gender, cultural background or ability.
For over 60 years UNICEF has been the world's leader for children, working on the ground in more than 150 countries and territories to help children survive and thrive, from early childhood through adolescence. Through our long term and emergency programmes for healthcare, education and rights issues, we offer care and protection for all children at risk. UNICEF is not funded by the UN. Instead, we rely on voluntary donations to fund our work for children worldwide.
Bury Hospice delivers very special nursing and medical care to local men and women who are living with a life-threatening or terminal illness whilst supporting their families and carers.
Woking Hospice was opened in December 1996 to provide palliative care and support for patients and their families living in central Surrey. The Hospice is situated in Hill View Road on the edge of Woking town.
Sam Beare Hospice based within Weybridge Hospital, re-opened on August 1st 2006 under the management of Woking Hospice and provides palliative care and support to the residents of North Surrey.
The vision of the FSRF - Saving Faces is to reduce facial injuries and diseases worldwide through education and research. We enable research carried out by over 40 of the UK's top facial surgeons. With this collaborative approach we can answer vital research questions more rapidly than even the most famous of single institutions. We have two unique resources that provide their services free of charge - the surgeons and the patients.