Endometriosis is a chronic and debilitating disease affecting 1.5 million women in the UK. The condition can drastically impact on quality of life - physically, mentally, personally and financially. Endometriosis UK is the leading UK charity providing support and information.
Auckland City Mission helps people in desperate need by providing excellent integrated services and effective advocacy services including crisis care and community, homeless services, drug and alcohol rehabilitation and medical services. Charity Registration Number CC22938.
. 261 Fearless uses running as a vehicle to empower and unite women globally through the creation of communication platforms
Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people. We are dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change. Our innovative education, employment, housing and well-being services address individual needs and help people to transform their lives. We are determined campaigners, working to prevent people from becoming homeless and advocating solutions informed by research and our direct experience. We have ambitious plans for the future and are committed to help more people in more places across the UK. We know we won’t end homelessness overnight or on our own. But we take a lead, collaborate with others and, together, make change happen.
Ronald McDonald House Charities provides ‘home away from home’ accommodation for families with children in hospital, somewhere free to stay for as long as they need to. There are currently 14 Ronald McDonald Houses across the UK, all just a stone’s throw from the children’s ward. Thanks to the fundraising, donations, volunteering and awareness raising of our supporters, our Houses were able to help more than 7,000 families in 2013. Many families travel miles from home so that their child can receive expert medical care from specialist children’s hospitals across the UK. Often, children have to remain in hospital for months at a time, so for the families, staying close to their child can be a struggle. Without a local Ronald McDonald House, many parents have to sleep on a chair by their child’s bed, on a pull down bed if this is available, or pay vast sums of money for hotel accommodation. As an independent charity, we rely on the support and generosity of our families, volunteers and donors. It is because of your fundraising efforts that we are able to look after families with children in hospital. We have achieved a lot in the last 25 years. However, there is still a great deal to do. Our mission is to ensure we have sufficient funds and expertise to develop and sustain free accommodation at every specialist children’s hospital in the UK. England and Wales registered charity number 802047 Scottish registered charity number SC040717
Challenge Day helps people connect through powerful, life-changing programs in schools, businesses, communities and families. Challenge Day is also the name of our signature school program. Using highly interactive and energetic activities, our pro
Novita provides child development, rehabilitation and disability services to more than 2000 young clients, as well as support for their families and carers, having a direct impact on thousands of South Australians. Novita’s life-changing services support children and young people throughout their childhood and adolescent years, in Adelaide, regional South Australia and beyond. Novita’s team of expert staff includes rehabilitation medical specialists, paediatricians, occupational therapists, physiotherapists, speech pathologists, psychologists, social workers, orthotists, rehabilitation engineers and dieticians, who work together with families to give children the best start to life possible. Over the past 75 years, Novita has become a recognised and trusted provider of children’s disability and developmental services, enabling each child to discover their abilities and full potential.
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.
A baby is born with cystic fibrosis every four days. Most won't turn forty. At Cystic Fibrosis (CF) ACT & NSW we have a vision of people living lives unaffected by CF. A mission to improve the quality of life for people with CF and their carers, and a goal to provide support services, education and research that will help people with CF.
The Mental Health Foundation’s aim is a society where all people enjoy positive mental health and wellbeing. We provide free information and training, undertake research and advocate for policies/services that support people with experience of mental illness. Our work includes - suicide prevention information; mentally health workplaces; anti-stigma & discrimination; mental health promotion and our Resource and Information Service. Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand is a registered charity under the Charities Act 2005, registration number CC11140.
We are the only charity in the UK focusing on all types of sarcoma. Our mission is to increase knowledge and awareness of sarcoma through ground-breaking programmes to transform the landscape for everyone affected by sarcoma. Charity reg no. (1139869) Company limited by guarantee (7487432).
Immaculate Heart has been educating the hearts and minds of young women since 1906. It is our mission to continually improve our campus and our services to better serve our students.
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
Heart Children Ireland is a support group for parents and families of children with a congenital Heart Defect. CHD is the most common of all birth defects affecting one in every one hundred children born at present. About half of all babies born with CHD will require heart operations and at present, over 400 open heart operations are performed annually on children from one day old to teenagers.We are a voluntary nationwide group and receive no government funding. We depend entirely on our own fundraising and donations from individuals and businesses. Over the past 18 years we have raised over €2m for the Cardiac Unit at Our Lady's Children's Hospital, Crumlin.We offer support through a shared understanding and awareness of the problems and needs that a child with CHD can bring. We support the Cardiac Unit at OUr Lady's Children's Hospital in Crumlin.We produce a quarterly magazine Heartstrings We provide a professional counselling service.We support our grown up group - Chairde mo ChroiSocial events where parents can meet and talk
Lifewater International is a non-profit, Christian water development organization dedicated to effec...
PAPYRUS is the national charity for the prevention of young suicide.We operate HOPELineUK - 0800 068 41 41 a freephone national confidential line staffed by trained professionals providing practical advice, support and information to anyone concerned that someone they know is feeling suicidal.
CFC ANCOP Australia (formerly trading as GK ANCOP Australia) is a non-profit non-government company established in Australia since 2002. It is involved in promoting self sustainable development in developing countries in the region. The company has an AUSAID accreditation for Overseas Aid Grant Distribution Scheme (OAGDS) and is a registered tax-deductible charity organization with the Australian TAx Office. CFC ANCOP Australia has established 31 Villages in the Philippines and helped one in Papua New Guinea. It has undertaken assistance to nine (9) other villages in partnership with other organizations in Australia and around the world. It's main priority, currently, is to continue to sustain these villages by providing education and livelihood to its residents. To this end, CFC ANCOP Australia sends 480 students to school annually in the Philippines; 90 students in PNG; and 30 students for Rural Training Centre in Solomon Islands. Couples for Christ and CFC ANCOP are worldwide organization in over 120 countries.