Each year Friends of the Cancer Centre funds life saving and life changing projects which make a real and positive difference to thousands of cancer patients and their families. The charity relies on donations from the public to be able to support these patients locally and across Northern Ireland.
Nottingham Hospitals Charity enhances patient care at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust’s Queen’s Medical Centre & City Hospital. Donations help provide added extras such as improved facilities, equipment, research & staff development.Our website is www.nottinghamhospitalscharity.org.uk
Douglas Macmillan Hospice cares for adults and their families across North Staffordshire, who have cancer and other life limiting illnesses, completely free of charge . The Hospice needs to raise over £10 million each year. The hospice is dependent upon the continuing generosity of our supporters.
We make an extraordinary hospital even better. We provide the best equipment your money can buy, we open new facilities & we fund vital research to change lives tomorrow. We transform the hospital space & add the little touches that make a big difference to families. Together, we do it for the kids.
The Felix Project collect surplus food and delivers it free of charge to a range of local charities who prepare meals and snacks for their clients, who include the homeless, the elderly, isolated persons, those with mental health issues. We simply want to see good food go to good causes.
Pancreatic Cancer Research Fund is the only national charity dedicated solely to beating pancreatic cancer through research. With a 3% survival rate, more research is vital. In the past, this cancer received little attention. With your help, we can change this so more people beat pancreatic cancer.
The Outward Bound Trust is an educational charity dedicated to unlocking the potential in young people between the ages of 9-25 through discovery and adventure in the wild. We give them access to adventurous experiences through which they can learn to achieve more than they ever thought possible.
CHAS is a charity that provides the only hospice services in Scotland for children and young people with life-shortening conditions. CHAS offers care in two children's hospices - Rachel House in Kinross and Robin House in Balloch - and an at home service called CHAS at Home. Visit www.chas.org.uk
Cycle to Cannes is a grant making charity. We currently raise funds for The Duke of Edinburgh's Award, The Sarah Matheson Trust, Article 25, Tom's Trust and Land Aid. Selected one-off grants to charities supported by our fundraisers are also made.
Just like everyone else, our children need a place to play, laugh and love life. A place where they and their families are cared for and supported. Welcome to Rainbows - the East Midlands' hospice for children and young people. Please support us by taking part in fundraising or donating.
St Luke’s is the local hospice for Harrow and Brent. We care for people whose illnesses are no longer curable, enabling them to achieve the best possible quality of life during the final stages of their illness.We are proud to offer all of our services free of charge.
Our vision is that patients with life-limiting illness in our area can choose how and where they want to be cared for towards the end of life. We provide 24/7 responsive Hospice at Home care; Day Hospice care and support for all the family during the illness and through bereavement.
We believe that every patient deserves the best possible care. Our aim is to support cutting edge technology, additional specialist services, vital research and extra comforts for patients over and above NHS funding. On JustGiving a chosen area for funding can be specified in the 'My Story' section.
Your support makes all the difference for our patients, young and old. You help us fund the very best specialist medical equipment and research, create more comfortable and welcoming areas for patients and also support staff development initiatives across our hospitals. Oxford Hospitals Charity (reg. charity no. 1175809) supports the work of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust - which includes the John Radcliffe, Horton General, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre Churchill and Oxford Children's Hospital, as well as the Oxford Cancer and Heart Centres and the wards and departments across all these hospitals. Do get in touch if you would like to know more about you can help - call 01865 743444; email email@example.com or visit www.hospitalcharity.co.uk Thank you for your support.
KidsCan is New Zealand’s leading charity dedicated to helping Kiwi kids affected by poverty. We help the 1 in 4 children experiencing hardship by providing food, jackets, shoes and health products to schools and early childhood centres across New Zealand. With these essentials, kids can participate in learning and have the opportunity for a better future.
Kidney Research UK is the leading UK charity funding research into the causes, treatment and prevention of kidney disease. Right now there are over three million people in Britain at risk of chronic kidney disease. There is no cure. With your help we can save lives.
VICTA provide support for families with visually impaired children and young people. Started in 1987 by a group of parents of blind and partially sighted children who came together to discuss their individual problems and found that they could help each other with the day to day problems of looking after a visually impaired child. Since this time, VICTA has developed into a national charity and now supports blind and partially sighted children and young people across the UK. Every year a large number of people raise money for us by running in the London Marathon. This has enabled us to: Provide full support and guidance to parents, Make grants for appropriate equipment, Make grants for special projects, Support other charities who work in our field. VICTA also organise meetings, sporting and leisure activities throughout the year so parents and visually impaired children and young people have the opportunity to meet and exchange views. For more information visit www.victa.org.uk
The Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Charity (incorporating the Sir Bobby Robson Foundation) is the official charity for the Freeman Hospital. The charity enhances patient care, treatment and experience through a wide variety of grants; supports innovative research and facilitates additional training and support for NHS staff. A full list of services provided by the hospital is available on request.
Highland Cross is a 50 mile duathlon (walking or running 20 miles and cycling 30 miles) across Scotland from Kintail to Beauly. The event is organised by volunteers to raise funds for charities across the Highlands. Since 1983, over £3.6m has been raised and distributed in full to deserving causes.
St Luke’s Hospice Plymouth provides free end of life care in Plymouth, SW Devon & East Cornwall. At home; in hospital & at our In Patient Unit we care for patients in the final days & weeks of life. St Luke’s has to raise £4.5 million year with 86p of every £1 you donate going to patient care.
The PSP Association is the only UK charity dedicated to supporting those living with Progressive Supranuclear Palsy and Cortico Basal Degeneration. We provide help and support for those living with PSP whilst funding research into the causes, treatment and eventual cure of this disease.