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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.
We are a small SPECIALIST FAMILY CHARITY working tirelessly delivering highly personalised unique experiences in the UK called MUSCLE DREAMS for children and young people (8-28yrs) suffering from the muscle wasting disease, muscular dystrophy and allied neuromuscular conditions. Our tagline is STRONGER TOGETHER.
Samaritans aims to benefit society by improving people’s emotional health in order to create a greater sense of well being. Apart from being a 24-hour source of support on the telephone, by email, by letter or face to face, we also work in the local community.
Haven House Children's Hospice is a charity that provides on-going holistic care for children and young people with life-limiting conditions. We also embrace the needs of the child's family from the point of diagnosis through to post death care. Our commitment is to enable children to live life as fully as possible in a warm, fun and caring environment.
SWAN UK is the only dedicated support for the families of children with undiagnosed genetic conditions in the UK. Many affected children have complex medical needs and/or learning difficulties and without a diagnosis, families can feel isolated. SWAN UK offers information, peer-to-peer support and inclusive meets ups for families.
Helping children with tumours.
The Tuberous Sclerosis Association (TSA), formed in 1977, is a lifeline for all those touched by TSC. Tuberous Sclerosis Complex is a complex genetic condition. Tumours may occur in the brain, heart, eyes, skin, kidneys or lungs. Other symptoms include epilepsy, autism, severe learning disability and challenging behaviour.
Anti-Slavery International works to eradicate slavery from the world. We work on issues of human trafficking, child and forced labour; campaigning for its abolition, supporting local organisations' initiatives to release people, and pressing for implementation of laws against these abuses.
The Children's Society has helped change children's stories for over a century.
We expose injustice and address hard truths, tackling child poverty and neglect head-on. We fight for change based on the experiences of every child we work with and the solid evidence we gather.
Through our campaigning, commitment and care, we are determined to give every child in this country the greatest possible chance in life.
‘the difference’ is a local charity that exists to enhance patient care in the Scottish Borders. We work in close partnership with healthcare professionals across the full spectrum of hospital and community activity, to identify projects that will help local doctors, nurses and other clinicians enhance the care that they provide.
Our work funds: equipment/research/training/patient comforts/improvements to patient and staff environment.
ActionAid is a unique partnership of people who are fighting for a better world - a world without poverty. As one of the UK's largest development agencies, we work in more than 50 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Caribbean, listening to, learning from and working in partnership with over 19 million of the world's poorest people.
Rare Disease UK (RDUK) is the national alliance for people with rare diseases and all who support them. We believe that everyone living with a rare disease should be able to receive high quality services, treatment and support.