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The Rainbow Centre works to address the serious problem of child poverty in Sri Lanka. It provides, education, welfare, medical assistance and loving support to children who live on the street, in slum housing and in conditions that threaten their survival.
Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre offers the expert assessment and tuition that anyone with Dyslexia deserves, regardless of their ability to pay, and relies on the generosity of donors to make this possible.
Russet House School offers a broad and balanced education for children with autism in a happy, purposeful atmosphere, where everyone counts and every achievement is valued. The Friends of Russet House arrange events for everyone involved with the school. These events are principally about raising money but also about having fun and contributing to the social life of the school.
Trevor died from bowel cancer on 10/7/2008 aged of 63. If he had received effective screening, Trevor would not have had to suffer as he did. We aim to create awareness of the symptoms and of the need for effective screening. We assist bowel cancer patients in locating financial sponsors for life prolonging drugs not routinely available on the NHS. We offer support and counselling to bowel cancer patients and their families.
We provide training courses for men including 'The Adventure'; a long weekend transformational process which can be a life-saver and the first step for men to get the help they need. We provide a huge support network for men across the UK & Ireland through men's groups and our on-line community.
Our mission is to create and support 1-to-1 mentoring relationships that ignite the power and promise of youth. It is our vision that all youth achieve their full potential.
ChildFlight provides:- Holiday's in Florida children with potentially life threatening illnesses, together with their families. Santa Flight`s for disadvantaged and deserving children. Flights for Children requiring medical treatment aboard. ChildFlight is operated and administered by volunteers only, admin costs are usually less than 1p in each £ donated
Working to achieve justice for the thousands of Sikhs, who have been illegally imprisoned and tortured in India. SOPW provides monthly welfare for the prisoners including basic amenities such as clothing and food, as well as support for their families. All SOPW Members are volunteers (unpaid).
The mission of the Alamo Colleges Foundation is to develop the resources to empower for success the diverse students and communities served by each of the Alamo Colleges. For more information, visit www.alamo.edu/foundation.