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 355
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.
Ovarian Cancer Action is the leading ovarian cancer charity in the UK. Ovarian cancer kills 12 women a day, and survival rates are low at under 40%. Ovarian Cancer Action funds research into ovarian cancer, raises awareness of the disease and gives a voice to women affected by it.
Ovarian Cancer Action offers a variety of events to participate in and raise valuable donations to support the charity. Check out the events below for more information.
Kids Company is a charity founded by Camila Batmanghelidjh in 1996 in order to provide practical, emotional and educational support to vulnerable inner-city children and young people.
We care for more than 3,500 terminally ill patients across Plymouth and its surrounding areas each year, there is a growing need for specialist palliative and end of life care.
Seeing a family member or loved one go through a terminal illness can be extremely distressing, St Luke's also ensures that families have support.
It costs over £6million to run the hospice and only 32% is received from the government, so the Hospice relies on fundraising efforts to raise the remaining £4.5 million.
Poverty. Sickness. Hunger. Illiteracy. Just a few of the enemies we’re fighting through the grass-roots projects we help fund. The projects we support are the kinds of projects that slip beneath the radar of larger NGOs. In fact, many of them would go unfunded if not for Bread and Water for Africa.
The organisation runs a donkey sanctuary near the Israeli town of Netanya. It is home to more than 120 donkeys.
Safe Haven also runs a programme of free veterinary clinics for working donkeys, mules and horses on both sides of the Palestinian border. The team regularly visit 14 towns and villages where they offer free veterinary care, advice on tooth and hoof care, harnessing and education and support for the owners.
Through a network of nearly 16,000 trained parent volunteers we support thousands of parents who are struggling to cope. Our families need support for many reasons including post-natal illness, disability, bereavement, the illness of a parent or child, or social isolation. Parents supporting other parents: it's a simple idea that really works.
The Lord Mayor’s Appeal 2014 is supporting four community-based charities that are all transforming lives. Fundraising is at the heart of the Appeal programme but there is also a strong commitment to mentor, help raise the profiles of these charities and open up new sources of funding for the future.
AbilityNet is the only UK charity that provides free specialist information, advice support about IT and assistive technologies to all disabled people, as well as their carers, families and employers.
Ovalhouse is a theatre based in south London. We combine pioneering performances from artists at the beginning of their professional careers, participatory workshops for young people with a passion for the performing arts, and a range of targeted projects transforming the lives of young people from a variety of challenging backgrounds.
The Institute is a Registered Charity. It was opened in 1986 by its Patron, Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Kent. The research carried out by the Institute covers a wide variety of areas and is intended to advance the knowledge and treatment of the more serious conditions affecting older people, in particular Alzheimer's disease and other forms of dementia and to improve their quality of life.