• Abbeyfield Society, The

    Abbeyfield Society, The

    St AlbansUnited Kingdom

    Set up in 1956, Abbeyfield is a charity dedicated to making life easier and more fulfilling for older people. We give innovative care and companionship to some of the UK's frailest and most vulnerable people. And much of this vital work simply would not be possible without gifts in Wills.

  • Animal Care Trust,  Royal Veterinary College

    Animal Care Trust, Royal Veterinary College

    North MymmsUnited Kingdom

    Our pets bring us so much joy. You can do something very special for them in return by leaving a gift in your will to the Royal Veterinary College Animal Care Trust. The RVC’s animal hospitals provide specialist veterinary care to the sickest pets, pioneer new treatments and train the next generation of vets.

  • Animal Free Research UK

    Animal Free Research UK

    HitchinUnited Kingdom

    Animal Free Research UK is the UK’s leading non-animal medical research charity. We fund and promote the development of techniques and procedures to replace the use of animals in medical research. We award grants to scientists in universities, hospitals and other research organisations across the UK to help in the fight against diseases such as cancer, diabetes and Alzheimer’s, whilst saving animals from confinement and the pain and trauma of experiments.

  • Animal Health Trust

    Animal Health Trust

    NewmarketUnited Kingdom

    The Animal Health Trust exists to fight disease and injury in animals. Thanks to our pioneering work improving diagnosis, treatment and prevention, horses, dogs and cats are living healthier, happier lives - in the UK and across the world. Everything we do has the health and welfare of animals at its heart. Our vision is a world in which no dog, cat or horse suffers from disease or injury.

  • Barnardo’s

    Barnardo’s

    IlfordUnited Kingdom

    Barnardo’s transforms the lives of vulnerable and disadvantaged children through the work of our services, and through our campaigning and research expertise. As the largest and oldest national children’s charity in the UK, last year we supported 294,300 children, young people, parents and carers, and provided more than 1,000 services across the UK.

  • Beat (formerly Eating Disorder Association)

    Beat (formerly Eating Disorder Association)

    NorwichUnited Kingdom

    Beat is the UK’s eating disorder charity. We estimate that eating disorders affect 1.25 million people in the UK of all ages, genders and backgrounds – though we fear the real number of people affected is much higher. These serious mental illnesses ruin and too often take lives.

  • British Chelonia Group (BCG)

    British Chelonia Group (BCG)

    KingstonUnited Kingdom

    The BCG is a charity working entirely with volunteers. The Group’s objectives are for the benefit of the public to promote the conservation, welfare and care in general and to assist in the prevention of cruelty and suffering among tortoises, terrapins, marine and freshwater turtles, both in the wild and in captivity and to educate the public in these matters.

  • CBM - the overseas disability charity (previously known as Christian Blind Mission)

    CBM - the overseas disability charity (previously known as Christian Blind Mission)

    CambridgeUnited Kingdom

    Up to 75% of the world's blindness is avoidable. CBM is an international Christian charity with over 100 years of experience working with people with disabilities and preventing or treating diseases that lead to disability. There are more than 1 billion people with disabilities worldwide and the majority live in developing countries. We rely on God and our supporters to reach over 30 million people affected by disability each year in 59 of the world’s poorest countries.