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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.
The Christie is one of Europe’s leading cancer centres, treating over 40,000 patients a year. We are also an international leader in research, with world first breakthroughs for over 100 years.
Ambitious plans are underway to transform treatment and care for cancer patients. These developments include a new £35 million patient treatment centre, which will house the largest early clinical trials unit in the world – and a unique network of £17 million Christie radiotherapy centres in other p
The NSPCC's purpose is to end cruelty to children. Our vision is of a society where all children are loved, valued and able to fulfil their potential. With the help of people like you, ChildLine and the NSPCC Helpline are already there for thousands of children and young people, but many more need our help. We rely on the generosity of the general public to continue our work.
One of the MS Society's main objectives is to promote and fund MS research. We fund scientific and applied research in order to make the maximum impact on MS, and the quality of life of people affected by MS. Our fundraisers work hard to pump around 2 million pounds into research each year. But we also encourage others to fund MS research, for example, other funding bodies and relevant industries.
Run 4 Cancer, the cancer charity for runners, was set up by a group of running enthusiasts who have all been affected by cancer. Run 4 Cancer provides respite breaks for families living with cancer. We also make grants to hospices and fund research into the positive effects of exercise http://www.run4cancer.org
One in every 1000 babies in the UK is born sick and disabled because of a Rare Chromosome Disorder.
Unique's aim is to inform, support and alleviate the isolation of anyone affected by a rare chromosome disorder and to raise public awareness.
Whilst individually rare, collectively common.
The Huntington’s Disease Association is a registered charity which is a national Association committed to supporting families affected by Huntington’s disease. The Association offers help, support and advice to families. Striving to improve the understanding of HD and its implications to relevant decision makers and professionals in the caring field.
The CAIRN Trust's aim is to educate children in rural Nepal. We do this through two key projects:
- building CAIRN Schools and Libraries, in partnership with rural communities
- providing CAIRN Educational Awards. These equip children with the essential educational supplies, enabling them to attend school regularly.
Self Unlimited maintains a network of support services for people with learning disabilities from eight regional hubs across the country. We have a skilled and dedicated staff force and over forty years' practical experience in assisting people to live as independently as possible and to realise their full potential.
Our objectives are: To reduce the spread of HIV and STIs and promote good sexual health, to provide services which improve the health and quality of life of those affected, to campaign for greater public understanding of the personal, social and medical impact of HIV and sexual ill health. Terrence Higgins Trust's beliefs: We believe that: People living with HIV or sexual health needs should have a central and meaningful role in the development of the organisation's services.
Maggie's Centres are warm, friendly, informal places, full of light and open space with a kitchen at their heart. They provide a bridge to the stress of dealing with hospital appointments and treatment. The also provide a refuge, a peaceful space to absorb the information that you're inevitably bombarded with and help to relieve the distress of having cancer.