Kids Kidney Research raises funds for vital research into the prevention & cure of kidney disease in babies & children. We fund projects nationwide under the guidance of a medical advisory panel. Kidney disease affects as many as 1 in 10 adults, often starting in childhood. Thanks for your support.
Tuareg Relief, together with it’s fair trade company, Jump4Timbuktu, work in partnership with Tuareg artisans and their desert communities in and around Timbuktu, to safeguard and sustain their unique lifestyle and cultural heritage. With them we have committed to organise and fund projects to strengthen their capacity to trade, and to improve their long term well being through food security, basic education and health projects. Donations are used exclusively for these projects, and your contribution will make a real difference on the ground in Timbuktu.
Our sessions inspire people, offering education routes for those who are already engaged and empowering community members to volunteer. Some people feel that sport isn't for them if mainstream sport doesn't really grab them, this isn't true. They just haven't found their sport yet!
Our mosque provides a number of services for the young, women and elderly; including marriage solemnisation, religious counselling, business mentoring, IT training, English languages courses and health & welfare programmes.
Windlesham School is an independent day school for children, aged 3 to 11. Founded in 1948 as a charitable trust, the school maintains the ethos that all children should have access to affordable, private education.
The Charity represents two hospitals, Glasgow Royal Infirmary and The Princess Royal Maternity. It raises money for special equipment that the NHS cannot afford, such as special non invasive equipment for very premature babies or state of the art cameras to investigate throat tumours. It was formed to help save lives.
CPA works in partnership with African churches, development agencies & committed individuals to bring hope, inspire change & empower individuals, families & communities living in poverty in Africa. Strong relationships are integral to the way we work & allow us to work closely with our partners.
Legacy is here to guide you through the process of giving so that both you and your chosen charities gain a greater benefit from your gifts. You want to help... maybe to give something back and also to see how you have helped in your lifetime.
Abducted Angels was founded by Sean Felton after his son was abducted, and is now supported by many other left behind parents of abducted children. Getting abducted children back costs significant money in international legal bills. Abducted Angels was established to help those parents.
Thank you for donating to Women's Health. We are committed to providing free, up to date and accessible health information to women that enables them to make informed choices about their gynaecological health. In order to do this we rely on sources of voluntary income including donations from individuals. We are extremely grateful to all those who support our work and your donation will help other women to benefit from our service as well as assist us in continuing to promote informed choice to all women.
To advance the education of pupils of schools in Edinburgh and to organise or provide or assist in the organisation or provision of facilities which will encourage pupils of schools in Edinburgh to play association football or other games or sports.
The charity's objective is to to create a unique, internationally recognisable venue in Edinburgh for all to enjoy, in an attractive and reanimated West Princes Street Gardens, as a year round, socially inclusive centre promoting a diversity of cultural activities.
Always Remembered30th Anniversary – Bradford City FC Fire Disaster#BradfordFire30thThe 30th Anniversary of the Bradford City Football Club firedisaster occurs on May 11th 2015. 56 supporters died in the disaster, two of whom supported Lincoln City, Bradford City’s opponents in 1985. 258 other supporters suffered injuries, many sustaining serious burns. The Plastic Surgery and Burns Research Unit (PSBRU) at the University of Bradford was established in the aftermath of the fire, and has become a lasting memorial to all those who suffered there. Research activities at the PSBRU investigate various ways in which wound healing and scarring can be improved to deliver the best possible outcome for patients. 24 research fellows have trained at the PSBRU and most have now entered a career in Plastic Surgery and are established consultants, improving lives both in the UK and around the world but the continued existence of the PSBRU depends heavily on donations.Help us to raise £300,000 for the PSBRU - Please donate today Find out more Website http://www.fire-anniversary.brad.ac.uk
Age Sector Platform is a charity that represents the interests of older people in Northern Ireland. It supports older people to make their voice heard on the issues that matter to them. It is the charity responsible for the Northern Ireland Pensioners Parliament.
Hold out a Hand is a South Wales-based charity set up in 2007 to provide free bereavement support. We are working to help every bereaved person to re-build a life full of opportunity and choice by helping them to find life beyond their grief. PLEASE HELP US TO HELP THE BEREAVED. Thank you.
To help and improve the lives and living standards of homeless elderly people in Nepal. Long term plans are to build earthquake proof, sustainable housing and a primary health care unit.
British Scoliosis Research Foundation is the only charity that exists solely to promote research into the treatment of spinal deformities. The BSRF works closely with the Scoliosis Association UK and the British Scoliosis Society. It funds research into scoliosis and holds an international symposium to spread the knowledge gained from research.
CLASS supports children with language and communication disorders in East Dunbartonshire. The children are aged between 3 and 16 years and attend units within local primary or secondary schools. CLASS raises funds to provide much needed resources as well as trips, activities and sports groups for the children.
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Friends Of Belchamp School is an organisation of enthusiastic parents and friends who work together to raise funds to support the school and provide fun and enjoyable events for parents and carers, children and the local community. All monies raised are ploughed back into the school to help support the children and teaching staff, and also provide a great learning environment.
The Archway Project is a small charity based in Thamesmead, London. Established in 1982, we work to improve the lives of young people living in the city, including those at risk of anti-social behaviour. We also work with youngsters who may not be doing very well at school, either due to problems at home or because of mild learning difficulties like dyslexia. Activities at the Archway Project centre on off road motorbike mechanics and riding. Young people learn the theory in the classroom which supports the practical mechanics they are taught in the workshop. Our members carry out simple repairs through to complete engine rebuilds, and maintain our fleet of motorbikes that are used during off road riding trips. We also teach cooking and photography, and arrange trips to motorsport events such as the Weston Beach Race and British Motocross Grand Prix, so that our members can watch their sporting heroes in action. Through all of these activities, we equip young people with both qualifications and life skills to help them lead meaningful futures. We're currently hoping to raise £10,000 towards a camping and off-road motorbike riding residential trip for our young members. To find out more visit http://www.justgiving.com/Archway-Project-Residential-Appeal-2010/ Address: The Archway Project, PO Box 3974, London, SE2 9YB Telephone: 020 8310 1730
Step Up supports families where children have been sexually abused or raped. We offer support to parents so that they are then more able to support their children. We also offer one-to-one counselling for parents and children. This is open to anybody who has been affected by childhood sexual abuse or rape. All proceeds received go directly back into the charity so that we can further our aims - which are to support families where children have experience sexual abuse or rape. Step Up was founded by two mums whose daughters had been abused and they wanted to try and help other families going through the trauma they had experienced. All volunteers and support staff at Step Up are parents whose children have been sexually abused and therefore have a good understanding of the issues that can be felt within the family.
Jaipur Heritage Trust works with musicians, craftspeople and communities in Rajasthan to promote development and literacy and preserve the region's rapidly crumbling heritage. Using year-round workshop programmes and annual festivals, Jaipur Heritage Trust funds the development of local skills, protects livelihoods and builds community integration.
It's a home for orphaned and abandoned children of all ages, located in the Kilimanjaro region of Tanzania.