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Alzheimer's Society

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.

East & North Herts Hospitals Charity
East & North Herts Hospitals Charity, aims to make a real, positive impact to patient care within our four hospital sites. We help our hospitals innovate, improve and provide excellent care to our community above and beyond NHS funding. By supporting great science, excellent patient care and staff wellbeing, we are helping our local community to be healthier.

North West Cancer Research incorporating Clatterbridge Cancer Research
Clatterbridge Cancer Research provides world class cancer research for the benefit of people today and future generations.We look to develop more effective, personalised treatments for some of the most prevalent types of cancer in the UK. As a charity independent of the NHS, we rely on voluntary donations and need to raise £2 million every year to continue our valuable research.

SNAP (Special Needs and Parents)
SNAP is an Essex charity for families with children and young people who have special needs and disabilities. SNAP's aims are to inform, encourage and support parents, allowing them to grow in strength and knowledge so that they are better equipped to give the best possible help to their children. Throughout the year more than 600 families receive regular hands-on support at The SNAP Centre and we help over 1,800 families across Essex through our information services.

British Stammering Association
Imagine not being able to say your name. Many people take fluency for granted. The British Stammering Association (BSA) is the only UK-wide charity for all whose lives are affected by stammering. We provide relief and support through a telephone helpline, Education helpline, postal lending library and a comprehensive website.

The Get A-Head Charitable Trust
Assisting adults and children in the West Midlands afflicted with all forms of head and neck diseases, and their familes and carers, through the provision of support and complementary therapies while equipping medical professionals in the field through education and research.

Hospice in the Weald
Providing compassionate, individualised, holistic and supportive care to patients with life-limiting illnesses, their carers and families.

Peter Vallance Foundation
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.

Wallace and Gromits Childrens Foundation
Everyday over 26,000 children are cared for in hospitals and hospices across the UK. With your help we will improve the quality of life for these sick children and their families by providing state of the art medical equipment, respite care, child friendly therapies and support for all the family.

Royal Brompton & Harefield Hospitals Charity
Our charity is proud to support two of the leading hospitals in the UK, fighting the battle against heart and lung disease as well as having the largest Cystic Fibrosis unit in Europe. Our doctors carry out some of the most complicated surgery that is available anywhere in the world.

The Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation
The 23rd October 2010 will forever be a date etched painfully in our memory. Lauren, our only child, had just turned 15 when she died from Wegener’s Granulomatosis (now called Granulomatosis with Polyangiitis, a variant of Vasculitis)
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