For over 80 years, Caritas Care has been finding families for children, helping adopters and foster carers on their journey to becoming parents and supporting communities so that people from all walks of life can reach their full potential. We have a diverse range of services and projects across the north west of England that are dedicated to improving the quality of life for children and people in our communities.
This charitable fund was established in 1974, independent and in close collaboration with The Law Society (TLS), making grant awards to a wide range of organisations with a view to further law and justice. The Charity supports organisations whose work is related to the law and legal profession; and whose activities would likely benefit from funds made available on behalf of solicitors.
Mercy Ships follows the 2000 year old model of Jesus to bring hope and healing to the worlds forgotten poor. By deploying hospital ships to low income countries where healthcare is often seen as a luxury, volunteers onboard are able change and save lives.
WIZO has been Changing Lives and Building Futures for over 100 years. As the largest social welfare organisation in Israel, WIZO helps disadvantaged citizens regardless of race or religion, to become self-sufficient. The gift in your will is what makes our 800 projects and programmes across Israel equip individuals with the skills, tools and opportunities they need to succeed.
Inspired by our Christian faith, World Vision helps the most vulnerable children, even in the toughest places, to overcome poverty and experience fullness of life. We work together with communities, partners, local leaders, faith leaders and governments, so that children – of all faiths and none – have opportunities for a brighter future.
Alcohol Change UK is the leading national charity working on alcohol issues. Our goal is to improve people's lives through reducing the harm caused by alcohol. We have an ambitious long-term aim to change the drinking culture in this country. Alcohol can cause a range of health problems such as stroke, cancers, high blood pressure and heart disease.
Amber is a small but highly effective UK charity that works with homeless, unemployed young people (aged 17 to 30) and offers them a fresh start. We aim to revitalise young people's aspirations by offering a training programme that focuses on personal development, employability and resettlement skills.
At Bible Society we believe the Bible can be a catalyst for change for good around the world. But just one in eight languages has the full Bible. So we’re on a global mission to ensure that future generations everywhere have access to the Bible.Working across Africa, China and the Middle East - in places where Christianity is growing fastest - we’re translating, distributing and helping people to relate and make sense of the Bible.
The Red Cross has been helping people in crisis for over 150 years, whoever and wherever they are. Our 17,000 volunteers in the UK are part of a global network of over 17 million volunteers, responding to conflicts, natural disasters and individual emergencies. In 2019, The British Red Cross responded to 1,400 emergency incidents in the UK and reached 7,200 people in need.
For over 100 years, CBM has been supporting communities to become more inclusive for people with disabilities in the world's poorest places. Driven by Christian values and working with local partners we fight to break the cycle of poverty and disability by providing practical support so that people living with disabilities can have the same opportunities to reach their full potential.