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Quintessentially Foundation (UK, 1144584) Browse events

YTD Raised: £227,960.36

Quintessentially Foundation supports charitable activity worldwide that improves the health, education and welfare of disadvantaged children and young people. Through innovative events and charity partnerships, we are proud to announce that throughout 2013 the Foundation raised over £1 Million. In 2014 we are supporting four charities: Hope and Homes for Children, Rays of Sunshine, Place2Be and Grennhouse charity. For more information please visit www.quintessentiallyfoundation.org

CEO Sleepout UK (UK, CEO Sleepout UK - N/A) Browse events

YTD Raised: £212,513.51

Get Kids Going! (UK, Get Kids Going! - N/A) Browse events

YTD Raised: £209,077.29

IMRA (UK, 1089354) Browse events

YTD Raised: £197,012.73

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The Brain Tumour Charity (UK, The Brain Tumour Charity - N/A) Browse events

YTD Raised: £192,580.25

NHS Charities Together (UK, 1125687) Browse events

YTD Raised: £186,306.94

The NHS is amazing. It is there for us at the most profound moments in our lives, no matter who we are or what we need. There are 250 NHS Charities in the UK providing funds and services above and beyond what the NHS alone can provide. Everyday NHS Charities give £1 million to the NHS

Greensville Trust (UK, 1134323) Browse events

YTD Raised: £183,404.54

The Trust is currently running two appeals: Please support both causes generously.

Great Ormond Street Hospital Childrens Charity (UK, Great Ormond Street Hospital Childrens Charity - N/A) Browse events

YTD Raised: £178,207.85

The Access To Justice Foundation (UK, 1126147) Browse events

YTD Raised: £175,322.19

Our aim is to improve access to justice for the most vulnerable in society We do this by raising funds and distributing them to organisations that support those who need legal help but cannot afford it. Receiving legal help makes an enormous difference to people’s lives, helping to reduce debt, poverty and suffering.

Grace Belgravia Foundation (UK, 1154755) Browse events

YTD Raised: £167,857.25

The Gynaecological Cancer Fund is raising money to fund research at The Royal Marsden and to raise awareness of gynaecological cancers. The research aims to develop more personalised treatments for women with these cancers. For more details please visit our website www.gcfund.co.uk

St Andrew's Hospice (UK, SCO10159) Browse events

YTD Raised: £167,450.54

St. Andrew's Hospice provides specialist palliative care services - the total care of patients who require complex symptom management and or end-of-lifecare. It is Lanarkshire's only Specialist Hospice and provides vital multidisciplinary support for patients, their families, and carers.

The Roundhouse Trust (UK, 1071487) Browse events

YTD Raised: £165,705.81

Each year the Roundhouse works with over 3,000 11-25s enabling them to realise their potential through creative activity; and offers audiences of all ages new and extraordinary experiences in live music, circus, theatre and new media.

PROSTATE CANCER UK (UK, 1005541) Browse events

YTD Raised: £162,872.25

Prostate Cancer UK fights to help more men survive prostate cancer and enjoy a better quality of life. We find answers by funding ground-breaking research, we lead change by raising the profile of the disease and improving care. And we support men by providing vital information and services.

Berkshire Community Foundation (UK, 1155173) Browse events

YTD Raised: £159,071.89

A Life Less LonelyThe number of children and adults living in Berkshire struggling with loneliness and isolation is rising. Those who are particularly vulnerable to isolation are already coping with tough situations like young carers, the homeless, families with sick children and elderly people living alone. Our new campaign 'A Life Less Lonely' hopes to raise £75,000 so that crucial services and support is more readily available across the county. Berkshire Community Foundation has been at the forefront of local charitable giving for the last 30 years. We raise funds for, and make grants to, local charities and community groups addressing identified needs across Berkshire. We strengthen communities, tackle disadvantage and transform lives by addressing local problems, using local funds and local expertise.Last year we gave over £900,000 to a wide range of local projects, addressing issues such as child poverty and homelessness. Charity No: 1155173 Find out more Website http://www.berkshirecf.org Facebook http://www.facebook.com/berkshirecommunityfoundation Twitter http://www.twitter.com/berkshirecf

MS Society (UK, MS Society - N/A) Browse events

YTD Raised: £158,971.80

Little Princess Trust (UK, 1176160) Browse events

YTD Raised: £156,640.20

Little Princess Trust provides real hair wigs, free of charge to children & young adults that have lost their own hair through cancer treatment and other illnesses. Please visit us at www.littleprincesses.org.uk to find out how we have given away over 6,000 free wigs. Please help us to give more.

Nowzad Dogs (UK, 1119185) Browse events

YTD Raised: £155,836.66

An Afghan dog's life is not one of comfort at the best of times; hunting for scraps of food or hiding from the hot sun during the summer and the freezing cold of an Afghan winter night. There is definitely no pampered pet status in Afghanistan. Nowzad Dogs making a difference 'One Dog at a Time'

Marie Curie (UK, Marie Curie - N/A) Browse events

YTD Raised: £155,513.96

The PwC Foundation (UK, The PwC Foundation - N/A) Browse events

YTD Raised: £154,624.31

Brain Research UK (UK, Brain Research UK - N/A) Browse events

YTD Raised: £152,537.80

Gofundme Impact Fund (UK, 812279757) Browse events

YTD Raised: £150,081.00

Women V Cancer Cycle Challenges - Cuba (UK, 268369) Browse events

YTD Raised: £144,413.89

Women V Cancer is a series of women-only cycle challenges in aid of three British charities – Breast Cancer Care, (RCN: 1017658), Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust (RCN: 113354/SCO41236) and Ovarian Cancer Action (RCN: 1109743) – raising vital funds to fight breast, cervical and ovarian cancers. The donations you make to Women V Cancer will be distributed equally between them. The Cycle Challenges are organised and managed by Action for Charity – Women V Cancer is established under the Charities Aid Foundation (CAF), a charitable trust registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales under number 268369. The funds raised here are restricted to use for the Women V Cancer purpose and will not be used by CAF for any other purpose or as part of CAF’s general unrestricted funds.

ABF The Soldiers Charity (UK, 211645) Browse events

YTD Raised: £143,597.35

ABF The Soldiers' Charity are for soldiers, for life; giving support to serving and retired soldiers and their families. They risk so much for us, but for them, it's "just doing their job". In return, The Soldiers’ Charity give them down-to-earth help and friendship, with no hassle or bureaucracy. We help in ways that make a big practical difference to individuals. For example a level access shower for an amputee from a current conflict or care home fees for an elderly veteran. That's what we've been here to offer for the past 66 years and will be here for as long as there is a need. http://www.soldierscharity.org

The Lahiru Project (UK, 296097) Browse events

YTD Raised: £142,756.21

The Lahiru Project in Seenigama, Sri Lanka aims to rebuild a shattered villa complex into a centre of academic and sporting excellence for children and youngsters in the Galle region of southern Sri Lanka. The Centre will aim to teach English, IT skills, leadership, and teamwork through academic and sporting activities. The Lahiru Project is supported by Harrow School's Tsunami Relief Fund, part of the Harrow Development Trust, which has similar aims in the Galle area.

Racing Welfare (UK, 1084042) Browse events

YTD Raised: £142,469.31

Racing Welfare provide help for those in need, who work, or have worked, in the British racing and Thoroughbred breeding industry. We give professional guidance and support to the unseen army of dedicated stud stable and support staff whose work is vital for the well-being of our sport.

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