Leaving money to us in your will helps us to do our work. Formed in 1938, Wales Council of the Blind has been supporting blind and partially sighted people through the work it does for a large family of clubs and local societies. We are the only independent umbrella organisation for sight loss in Wales and we work to improve services and support for people who have lost their sight, either from birth or during their lives.
The Golau Cancer Foundation is the cancer charity of the South West Wales Cancer Centre. The South West Wales Cancer Centre is the cancer centre of excellence for the people of South West Wales, based in Singleton Hospital. From Bridgend, to Aberystwyth, and across Swansea and West Wales, we fight cancer by providing radiotherapy, chemotherapy and other vital specialist cancer treatments. We give over 45,000 treatments to people every year.
Kidney Wales invests in patient care and wellbeing, supports research and actively supports kidney patients and their families across Wales. Please think of us in your legacy and help us make tomorrow a better and brighter day for the many families that need your support.
LATCH is a charity that supports the children who are receiving treatment for cancer at the Children’s Hospital for Wales, as well as their families. Having a child diagnosed with cancer or leukaemia comes as a devastating blow, often resulting in a period of months, sometimes years, of gruelling treatment and an uncertain future.
The National Library of Wales was established through donations and legacies from the people of Wales who believed in the importance of preserving our heritage. These individuals helped to create a leading cultural institution and provide a safe home for many of Wales's treasures.
The Noah's Ark Children's Hospital Charity is proud to support the life-saving work of the Noah's Ark Children's Hospital for Wales. We raise funds for specialist medical equipment and facilities, helping the hospital provide the best care possible to the 73,000 children treated there each year. The charity also provides funding for the play specialist team, a service which supports families and allows children to be children, despite the difficult times they are facing.
Do you enjoy and value the wildlife and landscape of North Wales? We do! North Wales Wildlife Trust has been working since 1963 to protect the nature of North Wales. We manage over 30 nature reserves from Anglesey to Wrexham; Llandudno to Dolgellau. We work to protect all wildlife from the smallest insect to the largest animal.
The Snowdonia Society stands up for the National Park, campaigning to ensure that future generations can experience the special Snowdonia landscapes that you love. Our work also involves actively protecting the beauty and special qualities of the National Park: we run a busy volunteer programme which enables people from all ages and backgrounds to join us in the mountains, forests and on the beaches of Snowdonia to help keep them beautiful.
Vegfam "Feeds The Hungry Without Exploiting Animals" by funding sustainable, self-supporting projects: seeds and tools for vegetable growing, fruit/nut tree planting, irrigation and water wells. Also emergency relief in times of crisis and disaster. Vegfam helps people to help themselves.