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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.
MND Scotland exists to help all those affected by Motor Neurone Disease (MND) within Scotland; those living with the disease, their families, carers and those health & social care professionals who contribute to the care of people with MND. Our vision is ‘to make Scotland a place where people are aware of MND, where those living with MND can expect consistently high standards of care & where we can work towards finding a cure’.
The Willow Foundation is a unique charity that organises and funds very special, morale-boosting and memorable days for seriously ill 16-40 year olds, striving to create a unique and unforgettable day that is tailored to the needs of every beneficiary. To date Willow has provided more than 4,300 special days.
Adoption UK provides adoptive parents with the vital support they need to help adopted children to thrive in a secure, loving family. We also undertake campaigning and lobbying work which aims to raise greater awareness of adopted families’ needs and improve statutory adoption support legalisation.
Thank you for supporting Adoption UK.”
The Brain and Spine Foundation aims to maximise the quality of life for people with neurological disorders and to reduce neurological disability by providing a national focus for research, education and information. Our services include a telephone helpline staffed by neuro nurses and specialist services for children and young people.
The British Association for Hidradenitis Suppurativa is the leading UK charity dedicated to the raising of awareness and understanding for the chronic skin disorder HS. We provide up-to-date information, support and advice to those with HS and to those who care for them.
Creating Art, Improving Lives. Rowan is a Cambridge based charity and arts centre. We work with over 60 learning-disabled adults a week in four art studios. Students create beautiful artwork, wood work and ceramics to keep, exhibit locally or sell through our social enterprise.
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.
Martin House Hospice for Children and Young People serves families from all over Yorkshire. Currently the facilities are used to support over 430 families, with a further 120 in receipt of bereavement support. Martin House is largely funded by voluntary donations and this year our running costs will be £4.6million.
The Uk’s newest service covers Bristol, North Somerset, Gloucestershire and Wiltshire, operating to an advanced clinical model with paramedics and doctors experienced in pre-hospital trauma support, bringing the facilities of the “A&E” department direct to the patient.
Your support is needed please to raise the £1million needed each year.
Rays of Sunshine Children’s Charity exists to grant the wishes of children with serious or life-limiting illnesses aged between 3 and 18 across the United Kingdom. It also purchases equipment to make the lives of such children easier and helps hospitals, hospices and specialist schools improve their facilities.