The Trust was set up in 1994 to listen, support and respond to the needs of people living with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes. As a charity we have grown through our members support, to be able to produce a wide variety of FREE resources.
Diabetes is a complex condition that can cause severe complications, including sight loss, kidney failure and nerve damage leading to amputation. IDDT supports long-term research that aims to minimise the risk of these complications.
African Children’s Educational Trust (A-CET) is changing lives and giving hope through educational support to needy young Africans. We are run by dedicated, experienced professional volunteers in UK. Our aim is to alleviate the poverty of vulnerable African children, generally orphans and/or disabled - through long-term self sustaining educational initiatives.
Engineers are vital in many aspects of our lives today. With urgent global engineering challenges to be solved, especially in light of the current COVID-19 crisis, The Smallpeice Trust’s Arkwright Engineering Scholarships programme believes that more outstanding young people should be encouraged to become tomorrow’s leaders of the engineering profession.
We are now Versus Arthritis. Please visit: www.versusarthritis.org for our latest news.
Birmingham Children's Hospital was established more than 150 years ago and in that time it has grown to become a world-class centre of excellence with state-of-the-art facilities and ground-breaking treatments helping to save ever increasing numbers of youngsters with life-threatening conditions from across the UK.
Blindcare was established in 1993 as a charity to support people with sight loss. This was achieved by providing various sight loss charities with funds to help them further their charitable purpose. Since 2019, Blindcare has had to make the decision to concentrate all its efforts on one aspect of life for a visually impaired person. The charity chose to support the education and training of visually impaired young people, as we believe that intervention at this stage of life will make the individual more independent and less reliant on others.
Lincolnshire-based equine charity, Bransby Horses, now has almost 1,000 equines in their care. Nearly 350 live on sites at Bransby and Barlings near Lincoln and more than 530 live in foster homes across the country. Many of the horses, ponies, donkeys and mules have been rescued from mistreatment and neglect. The charity works hard to give them a second chance at life.
Preventing unnecessary suffering and cruelty to horses and ponies is a major objective of the British Horse Foundation (BHF). The Foundation, established in 1991, was chaired from inception to 2014 by the Late triple Olympic gold medallist Richard Meade OBE.
The British Horse Society is the UK's largest and most influential equestrian charity. Supported by around 100,000 members, we protect and promote the interests of all horses and those who care about them, including the 3.5 million people in the UK who ride or who drive a horse-drawn carriage.