SKT Welfare aims to sustainably relieve the suffering of the world's poorest communities and make a difference to those most needy. Education plays a central role in all of SKT Welfare's major projects, we believe it is the foundation for establishing sustainable change.
Each week at least twelve young people in the UK die suddenly as a result of undiagnosed heart conditions. At Cardiac Risk In the Young we aim to save young lives & to help those affected by the sudden cardiac death. We do this by providing support, information & screening those affected.
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home’s vision is of a world where all dogs and cats are in caring and permanent homes. The Home is a charity that aims never to turn away a dog or cat in need of our help. We reunite lost dogs and cats with their owners and, when we can’t do this, we care for them until new homes can be found for them.
Refuge is a national charity for women and children who experience domestic violence, providing emergency accommodation and emotional and practical support. Since opening the world's first women's safe house in London in 1971, Refuge has grown to become the UK's largest organisation of its kind, helping and supporting women and children experiencing domestic violence and acting as a national 'lifeline' for up to 80,000 victims of domestic abuse every year.
Mental Health UK is here for anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We are made up of four organisations based in each of the four nations of the UK, working together to improve mental health. With 40 years’ experience, we support people who are directly affected by mental health problems, as well as their carers and family members.
Women are still getting breast cancer and dying from it. That’s why Breast Cancer Campaign and Breakthrough Breast Cancer have joined forces to become the UK’s largest dedicated breast cancer research charity. And with your help, together we can put an end to breast cancer, once and for all.
Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF) is an independent humanitarian medical aid organisation. We are committed to providing medical aid where it is most needed, regardless of race, religion, politics or gender and also to raising awareness of the plight of the people we help.
Alder Hey Children's Charity needs to raise £30m for life-saving medical equipment, research and facilities to make the brand new Alder Hey in the Park a truly world-leading hospital for families across the UK when it opens in 2015. Alder Hey is the UK's biggest children's hospital.
Money raised during Trailwalker goes to Oxfam and the Gurkha Welfare Trust (GWT), to fund their work tackling poverty and suffering. Oxfam works all over the world; GWT works specifically in Gurkha communities in Nepal. GWT is a registered Charity (no 1103669) Oxfam is a registered charity in England and Wales (no 202918) and Scotland (SCO 039042).
We’re the world’s leading independent conservation organisation. And we’re building a future where people and nature thrive together. That’s why we’re passionate about sharing the planet’s resources more sustainably. Tackling global climate change. And protecting endangered wildlife.
We are Scotland’s leading mental health charity. In Scotland 1 in 4 people will experience a mental health problem and each day 2 people die by suicide. We work to combat stigma and campaign for better mental health. Help us take positive steps towards a mentally healthy Scotland.
Thank you for helping patients at The Clatterbridge Cancer Centre, young and old, get the best possible care. With your support, we can fund pioneering research, the latest cancer treatments & vital services - ranging from new innovations to the special touches that help to change lives.
Race for £3 million is the PwC Foundation's firmwide fundraising challenge to raise £3 million for charities tackling health, education and employability issues: National Literacy Trust, Groundwork, Alzheimer's Society, Alzheimer Scotland, Wellbeing of Women and Beyond Food Foundation. The PwC Foundation is a registered charity set up in October 2011 with the aim of promoting social inclusion and sustainable development in UK.
Patient centred care is at the heart of everything we do at Velindre. Our Victory Over Cancer campaign will ensure the best possible support to our patients and their families dealing with cancer, fund ground breaking research, specialist equipment, and the most up to date training for our staff.
Lonely Orphans was setup for the relief of poverty and sickness and to advance the education of orphans and their families throughout the world, in particular but not exclusively through the provision of financial assistance, support, education, accommodation, food and medical treatment.
The Cure Parkinson's Trust has one bold aim - to cure Parkinson's. Our research portfolio is dynamic and we are uncovering new targets for the treatment of Parkinson’s. Founded by patients, and driven by our patient supporters who are demanding new treatments, we are passionate about finding a cure.
Breakthrough Breast Cancer is a pioneering charity dedicated to the prevention, treatment and ultimate eradication of breast cancer. We believe passionately that this disease can be beaten. By fighting on three fronts – research, campaigning and education – we are determined to save and change lives by removing the fear of breast cancer for good.
The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign leads the fight against muscular dystrophy and related muscle-wasting conditions in the UK. We fund world-class research, provide free information and support, give grants towards equipment and campaign to raise awareness and bring about change.
Alzheimer Scotland offers care, information and support to people with dementia and carers in Scotland. Our services include our 24 hour Freephone Dementia Helpline (0808 808 3000), our Dementia Advisors, Dementia Nurses and medical research. We believe no one should go through dementia alone.
Beat is the leading UK charity for people with eating disorders and their families. Beat provides helplines for adults and young people, online support and a UK-wide network of self-help groups to help people beat their eating disorder.
SpecialEffect are raising the quality of life for people with disabilities by helping them to benefit from the fun and inclusion of video games and creative technologies.