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.
HAPPA (Horses and Ponies Protection Association) has been saving lives since 1937. Our Equine Inspectors investigate over 300 cases of cruelty and neglect each year and all rescued animals are cared for at Shores Hey Farm Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre based in Lancashire.Read 3 articles
Action for Sick Children's mission is to ensure that healthcare in the UK meets the unique needs of all children and young people and their families. With over 50 years' experience, Action for Sick Children campaigns on all aspects of healthcare, whether in hospital or at home and from national policies to individual family cases.
Thanks to the support of people across the UK, in the last year alone BBC Children in Need was able to make a positive impact upon the lives of over 600,000 disadvantaged children and young people. With your support, we could help even more.
The BACR is the largest cancer research association in the UK. It was formed in 1960 to "promote the advance of research in relation to all aspects of cancer and to encourage the exchange of information". The Association's membership represents all aspects of clinical and experimental research.
The British Tinnitus Association (BTA) is an independent charity which supports thousands of people who experience tinnitus and advises medical professionals from across the world. The BTA is the primary source of support and information for people with tinnitus in the UK, facilitating an improved quality of life.
Formed 50 years ago, we have spent £40 million on equipment and vital research into cancer and other crippling diseases at universities, research institutions and hospitals throughout the country. Today, we specialise in research into the spread of cancer, which is the cause of two thirds of all cancer deaths.
Caring For Life has been greatly blessed by legacy gifts from people across the country. These legacies have come to be a vital source of support to our ministry. This expression of love through your gift will enable Caring For Life to carry on reaching out to men and women who are alone and unloved. It will help us to provide a better life for those entrusted to our care. It will enable us to continue caring for people for whom being part of this Caring For Life family is all they have.
The Christie Hospital opened in 1901 and is now Europe’s largest single-site cancer centre, treating around 44,000 patients each year. It is an international leader in cancer research with world-first breakthroughs for over 100 years. The Christie charity raises money to fund enhanced services over and beyond what the NHS funds.
Together, we can make sure everyone affected by epilepsy gets the healthcare and support they need - and the respect, fairness and understanding they deserve. Epilepsy Action is a movement of people who share this vision of a better life for everyone affected by the condition.