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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.
We provide needful aid to poorer nomadic herding families living in harsh conditions, helping with essential resources by refurbishing disused wells, giving vet aid to their vital horses, and supplying hay-making equipment. These measures help sustain livelihoods in a hostile fragile environment
Broadway is charity which tackles the causes of homelessness - poverty, ill health, unemployment and the chronic lack of housing. Broadway provides services to over 7000 homeless people every year - from street outreach, debt advice and specialist hostel accommodation to health services, work & learning guidance and permanent accommodation. We believe that with the right help at the right time every person can turn their life around. Your generosity will help us to make a real difference.
Friends of the Earth is at the forefront of bringing tangible, beneficial change to our world. We put important environmental issues on the mainstream public and political agendas.
Our achievements have included the development of the Climate Change Act, doorstep recycling and feed-in tariffs for solar and renewable power.
The Youth Cancer Trust provides free holidays at Tracy Ann House in Bournemouth to young cancer patients between the ages of 14-30 attending any hospital in the UK or Irish Republic subject to approval from their doctor. Guests can bring a sibling or friend for free.
Chestnut Tree House is the only children’s hospice in Sussex and cares for children and young adults from 0-19 years of age with progressive life-limiting and life-threatening illnesses from all over the county.
It costs approximately £2 million per year to provide this service. Families are not charged for their care and the hospice receives hardly any government funding at all, so it relies completely on the generosity, help and support of the people of Sussex.
The INCTR Challenge Fund supports projects coordinated by the International Network for Cancer Treatment and Research (INCTR) to improve cancer treatment delivered to cancer patients in low- and middle-income countries and to help reduce their suffering.
A charity to promote awareness, research and prevention of adrenoleukodystrophy - a rare, genetic, neurological disorder which is degenerative and, at the moment, incurable. We provide support, information, equipment, and campaign for research and newborn screening.
CRY raises awareness of conditions that can lead to Young Sudden Cardiac Death; provides medical information; offers a fast-track service to families who have suffered a loss, including counselling, support and a fast track coroner referral service; operates and develops subsidised cardiac screening and ECG Testing programmes within local communities, sports clubs and schools.
Mercy Ships, an international, Christian charity provides urgent, free surgeries on our hospital ship, the Africa Mercy for eye conditions, cleft lip/palate, benign tumour, VVF, orthopaedics, dental work and medical development services. Construction volunteers partner with locals, building water, sanitation and medical facilities, bringing hope directly to those in need.
Menphys is Leicester and Leicestershire's leading charity, supporting children and young people with physical, mental and learning disabilities, including those with complex long term health conditions, through education, sport, play and leisure activities, and their families through access to respite breaks, child minding networks, training and emotional and practical support.