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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.
Breast Cancer Campaign is the only Charity that specialises in funding independent breast cancer research throughout the UK. It aims to find the cure for breast cancer by funding research which looks at improving diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer, better understanding how it develops and ultimately either curing the disease or preventing it.
Teens and Toddlers is unique because it targets two sets of vulnerable children simultaneously, raising the aspirations of young people (age 13-16) from disadvantaged areas by pairing them as a mentor and role model to a child in a nursery who is in need of extra support. This transformative work experience, combined with classroom training, teaches young people interpersonal skills and builds their sense of responsibility so they make positive decisions about their lives.
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.
United Response is a top 100 national charity working with adults with learning disabilities, mental health needs or physical disabilities across England and in Wales. We provide everything from 24 hour care to a few hours of support a week. We support some of the most vulnerable people in our society to live happy and productive lives in the community.
NSIF funds research and development into repairing spinal injury. We support the cutting edge research of Professor Raisman in partnership with Dr. Pawel Tabakov.
Help us rewrite the future of the 3 million people worldwide living with spinal injury, and the 130,000 people who suffer this fate every year.
Autistica funds medical research to understand the causes of autism, improve diagnosis, and develop new treatments and interventions. We are the UK's leading autism medical research charity, and we are committed to funding translational research that will make a difference to people's lives.
One in four of us will have mental health issues at some point in our life, be it depression, anxiety or we may receive a diagnosis such as bi-polar disorder.
Every year Mind in Harrow helps over 7,500 local residents who experience mental ill-health towards recovery through services including our Information Helpline, counselling, befriending & support. We also strive to dispel the stereotypes and myths surrounding mental health.
The Children's Society has helped change children's stories for over a century.
We expose injustice and address hard truths, tackling child poverty and neglect head-on. We fight for change based on the experiences of every child we work with and the solid evidence we gather.
Through our campaigning, commitment and care, we are determined to give every child in this country the greatest possible chance in life.
We believe that every child has the right to a good quality of life, no matter how ill they are. So we raise money to support individuals and organisations so that sick children can receive the highest quality care, advice and support.
Whether that's through providing nurses, equipment, carers or toys, working with hospitals and care organisations or directly with patients, we want to improve the lives of seriously ill children in the UK.
The Child Brain Injury Trust offers a lifeline to anyone affected by childhood acquired brain injury (ABI). This includes the child or young person with a brain injury, their family and professionals who work with them. They offer information and support to children and families when it's needed most.