• American Friends of Israel Sport Centre for the Disabled

    American Friends of Israel Sport Centre for the Disabled

    LondonUnited Kingdom

    You never stand so tall as when you stoop to help a child. Through the magic of sport, The Israel Sport Centre for the Disabled (ISCD) in Ramat Gan is inspiring hope and joy in thousands of children from all denominations whose bodies have been shattered by serious illness or terrorist activity. Under the loving care of professional advisors and dedicated volunteers, self-confidence and courage is forged from sporting achievement and with it the chance to lead a useful and happy life.

  • Arthritis Action

    Arthritis Action

    EastbourneUnited Kingdom

    With an estimated 10 million arthritis sufferers in the UK, many people have some experience of the pain, discomfort and mobility problems that accompany arthritis- whether directly or through a close friend or relative. Including a gift in your Will to Arthritis Action could allow you to support a cause close to your heart.

  • Blesma, The Limbless Veterans

    Blesma, The Limbless Veterans

    ChelmsfordUnited Kingdom

    Blesma, The Limbless Veterans is dedicated to the support of all serving and ex-Service men and women who have lost limbs, or lost the use of limbs or eyes, empowering them to lead independent and fulfilling lives. Blesma, supports its members, both young and old, for life.

  • Chailey Heritage Foundation

    Chailey Heritage Foundation

    North ChaileyUnited Kingdom

    Chailey Heritage Foundation is a pioneering charity providing education, care and transition services for young people aged 3-25 with complex physical disabilities and health needs. Since 1903, we have been helping children and young people to reach their potential. Over the past 100 years we have continued to develop pioneering communication and mobility technology to maximise our young people’s abilities and help them to participate in a wide range of educational, sporting and leisure activities.

  • Disability and Development Partners (DDP)

    Disability and Development Partners (DDP)

    NorwichUnited Kingdom

    DDP supports disabled and very poor marginalised people in countries in Africa and Asia through projects implemented by our local partners in Ethiopia, India, Mozambique, Nepal and Burundi. Together we aim to achieve equality of opportunity and inclusion in education, health and livelihoods for people with disabilities and also for people whose disabilities are not immediately visible, such as mental illness and hearing disabilities; and vulnerable people, marginalised communities of former refugees, and tribal communities.

  • Dogs for Good

    Dogs for Good

    BanburyUnited Kingdom

    For over thirty years, Dogs for Good has been using its knowledge and experience to bring people with disabilities and dogs together, enabling life-changing differences. Through the power of expertly trained dogs, we support people with autism, physical disabilities, learning disabilities and dementia, empowering them to live more independent lives.