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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.
Friends of the Elderly is passionate about enhancing the quality of life of older people. We provide direct services including residential care homes, nursing homes and dementia care homes. Our day clubs, home support, home visiting, telephone friendship and grant-giving services help older people live independently at home.
Wales Air Ambulance is a registered charity, providing an emergency lifesaving service across the whole of Wales. The annual cost of sustaining our three air bases in Swansea, Caernarfon and Welshpool currently stands at over a £1 million each, and only through continued public support are we able to meet these targets. Due to Wales' widely scattered population and diverse landscape, there is a recognised need for our helicopters to be fully operational throughout the year.
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.
" CARA provides free counselling, legal advice, advocacy and referrals on HIV/AIDS, TB, cancer, diabetes, stroke, debt, immigration, welfare, housing, job search, translation, overseas aid, water and sanitation.
To continue the work that CARA provides in the UK and Africa, we rely on people like you. Please consider helping us with a monthly gift or you can make a one-off donation to our work."
Brain Tumour Research represents the united campaign voice of the Brain Tumour Research group of charities. Established in 2008, the charity Brain Tumour Research was launched specifically to raise substantial funds for brain tumour research and operates as a separate entity to the member charities. Our Mission is to raise at least £7 million per annum, to accelerate progress significantly in brain tumour research in the UK in order to make a clinical difference and to improve the outcomes for
The Royal Free is a world class teaching hospital, based in Hampstead, seeing over 700,000 patients a year. The Royal Free Charity makes all the difference to patients by funding innovative research and treatment, medical equipment and improved patient facilities. We support all areas of the hospital including the Amyloisosis Centre and Scleroderma. Fundraising can support specific areas of the hospital. Please contact us for special purpose fund details.
Freedom from Torture (formerly the Medical Foundation for the Care of Victims of Torture) is a human rights organisation that exists to enable survivors of torture and organised violence to engage in a healing process to assert their own human dignity and worth. Our concern for the health and well-being of torture survivors and their families is directed towards providing medical and social care, practical assistance, and psychological and physical therapy. It is also our mission to raise public
The Iceland Foods Charitable Foundation aims to raise money to support a range of good causes – national and local, helping adults and children alike.
Leeds Jewish Welfare Board provides a comprehensive range of high quality, professionally delivered, culturally sensitive, social, residential and community care services, primarily to the Jewish Community.
We touch the lives of one in three families in the Community, offering care of the highest standard to children and families, older people, people with mental health problems and people with learning, sensory and physical disabilities