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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.
Hospice Aid is a unique UK based charity delivering much needed grants to UK hospices.
We are the only UK charity for all UK Hospices. We give support where and when it's needed.
On average, it costs £4million every year to run a hospice.
We help by easing the worry of raising those funds and that’s why your help today, could help someone tomorrow.
World Child Cancer helps children with cancer in developing countries by providing world class medical expertise and essential funding. Childhood cancer is highly curable yet 4 out of 5 children with cancer in developing countries die from the disease. Many cancers are simple and inexpensive to treat and this is our starting point. We work to save children’s lives by improving diagnosis, increasing access to medical care and developing better treatments.
Deafblind Scotland is a charity that works with adults who have lost, or are losing, both their sight and hearing. We have around 700 members throughout Scotland to whom we provide information, advice and specialist guiding and communication support.
Every 30 minutes in the UK a child is bereaved of a parent. Daisy's Dream supports bereaved children and families in Berkshire. Support is tailored to the needs of each child -
Support on a 1:1 basis through school and home visits, Telephone and email support, Group events
Batersea Dogs and Cats Home is the largest and most famous dogs home in the UK. Our aims are to Rescue, Reunite, Rehabilitate and Rehome lost and abandoned dogs and Cats.
Vitalise is a national charity providing essential breaks for people with disabilities and carers. Vitalise aims to offer choice through its enabling environment and inspirational opportunities for volunteers. The essence of Vitalise is freedom and choice. The charity aims to contribute to the wellbeing of disabled people and carers through the provision of breaks with care.
BasicNeeds believes that mental health is a right, not a privilege. BasicNeeds transforms lives by working with mentally ill people so that together, we can build a world that mentally ill people feel proud to live in. To date, BasicNeeds has transformed the lives of 610,000 people with mental illness and epilepsy, their carers and family members globally.
Doctors of the World is an international humanitarian health organisation that provides emergency and long-term medical care to excluded people while fighting for equal access to healthcare worldwide.
Our vision is of a world in which vulnerable people affected by war, natural disasters, disease, hunger, poverty or exclusion get the healthcare they need regardless of income or status.
Through our health programmes and advocacy we work to ensure excluded people overcome barriers to healthcare.
Whizz-Kidz provides customised mobility equipment, training and advice for disabled children across the UK, enabling them to live an active, independent childhood.
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.