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  • Afghanaid

    Afghanaid is a humanitarian and development non-governmental organisation (NGO) which has worked alongside Afghan communities for nearly three decades. We currently work directly with over 1 million adults and children focusing on long term sustainable development in some of Afghanistan's poorest rural areas.

    Registered Charity Number: 1045348


  • Age Concern Brighton Hove & Portslade

    If you think Age Concern is only for the very elderly, think again - we are for everyone over the age of 50 and also for these who support or care for those over this age.

    Registered Charity Number: 1074601


  • Ataxia UK

    'Ataxia' means 'lack of order'. People with ataxia have problems with movement, balance, and speech. Over 10,000 people in the UK have a form of ataxia. There is currently no cure but we are working to find one every day.

    Registered Charity Number: 1102391


  • Border Collie Trust GB

    Rescuing and rehoming Border Collies and collie crosses throughout the UK.

    Registered Charity Number: 1053585


  • CARA

    CARA is an independent international charity, which main activities include:1. HIV/AIDS: prevention, care and support for those affected;2. Health: striving to reduce childhood death and illness;3. Education: providing quality basic education for all, especially girls;4. Water and sanitation: provision of clean water and adequate sanitation;5. Protection for people affected by conflict, natural disaster and exploitation; 6. Translation & Interpretation Services in French, Somali, Kinyarwanda, Lingala & English;7. Legal: helping the poor to know, understand and achieve their rights;To continue the work that CARA provides in the UK and Africa, we rely on people like you. Please consider helping us with a monthly gift, or you can make a one-off donation, to our work.

    Registered Charity Number: 1135610


  • Dream It Believe It Achieve It

    There is a place where courage has many faces... a home for dreams... an organisation where dreams are nourished and inspirational people strive daily to achieve incredible goals. This place is unlike any other in the world. This is Dream It Believe It Achieve It (DBA).Established in 2010, DBA is a unique organisation that recognises the athletic greatness inherent in all people with physical disabilities and supports their athletic endeavours by providing grants for training, competition and equipment needs.

    Registered Charity Number: 803342


  • Equine Market Watch Sanctuaries UK

    Equine Market Watch Sanctuaries UK working in all venues for the welfare of animals sold this way This charity campaigns against the indiscriminate of breeding of valueless foals whose life span is often less than 5 short months. With a dedicated sanctuary yard in Herefordshire, and two foster home facilities, we take in those who have no one to care for them, those who are elderly or have serious veterinary issues. When our horses and ponies are well again and able this charity will place our horses and ponies on loan to pre-checked kind homes those who can enjoy a fuller life. We stand by our motto of We will NOT look awayPlease consider supporting this charity with a small donation to help us to continue to be there for animals in dire need.

    Registered Charity Number: 1114700


  • Haritika

    VisionA Just, enlightened, healthy and democratic Bundelkhand free from hunger, poverty, environmental degradation and all forms of exploitation based on age, sex, religion and ethnicity.MissionHARITIKA works with people whose lives are dominated by extreme poverty, illiteracy, disease and other handicaps. With multifaceted development interventions, HARITIKA strives to bring about positive change in the quality of life of the poor people of BUNDELKHAND region of UP and MP.HARITIKA firmly believes and is actively involved in promoting dignity and gender equity through poor people's social, economic, political and human capacity building. Although the emphasis of Haritika's work is at the individual level and village level sustaining the work of the organization depends on an environment that permits the poor to break out of the cycle of poverty and hopelessness. To this end, HARITIKA endeavors to bring about change at the level of national policy on poverty reduction, water and sanitation and social progress. HARITIKA is committed to making its programmes socially, financially and environmentally sustainable, using new methods and improved technologies. Poverty reduction programmes undertaken so far have bypassed many of the poorest. In this context one of HARITIKA'S main focuses is the ultra poor. With multifaceted development interventions, HARITIKA strives to bring about changes in the quality of life of these people. Short description of major projects undertaken and achievements in the past 3 years (Give one line information on the project title, funding agency, funding amount and project duration):S.N. Name of the Project Funder/Partner Amount Project Period1 Swajal Project orUPRWSES Project* Govt.of UP Rs.28 to 30 lakhs per annum 1998-2002Closed2. Integrated Watershed Development project Ministry of Rural Development, GOI,(Central Govt.) 56 lakh 1995-2002Closed3 Haritika Livelihood Project Vegfam,uk 24 lakh 2009-104 Rural Innovation fund Nowgong Agriculture Producer Company Aga Khan Foundation,IndiaMPDPIP 25 lakh32 lakh 2007-092007 to continue5. District Poverty Initiative Project,MP State Project support UnitBhopal,Govt.Of MP 9 Crore 2001-2008Closed6. Multi-sectoral Approach to health UNDP,New Delhi 28 Lakh 2002-2004Closed7. Jal Nidhi Project Miniistry of Rural Development,Govt.Of India 40 lakh 2003-2004Closed8. National food for work Project/NRGES Jila Panchayat, Chhatarpur 1 Crore 10 Lakh 2005-2007Closed9. Community based rural water supply & environmental sanitation project Water aid ,uk 60 lakh 2005-2011Active10. Rural Health Environment Programme MRDF,UK,Gram Vikas,Orissa,The Nando Peretti Foundation,Italy,Ryan’s Well foundation,Sankalp,USA 85 Lakh 2007-2008

    Registered Charity Number: J-7752


  • Mercy Corps

    Mercy Corps exists to alleviate suffering, poverty and oppression by helping people build secure, productive and just communities. Driven by local needs our programmes provide communities in 40 countries around the world with the tools and support they need to transform their own lives.

    Registered Charity Number: SCO30289


  • Rett Syndrome Research Trust UK

    Rett Syndrome Research Trust UK has one goal; to speed treatment for Rett Syndrome. Raising funds for Rett research is all we do. We can't do it without you.RSRT UK-this year we have already committed £134,000 to the research projects working on our solution.Join us. Help us change our children

    Registered Charity Number: 1136809


  • Street Child Africa

    We currently fund an ambitious programme across eight sub-Saharan countries. Each of the twelve grassroots organisations is dedicated to providing services which improve the lives and long-term prospects of Africa's children.Through our partners, we:support children's physical and emotional well-beingfoster children's skills and learningencourage children to enjoy and express themselves through arts, sports, music and playplan for children's long-term needsWe also aim to facilitate collaboration to deal not only with the immediate needs of all children, but also tackle the root causes of street migration.

    Registered Charity Number: 1074832


  • Sumatran Orangutan Society

    SOS works with local people living alongside the last remaining orangutan habitat in Sumatra. We plant trees to restore damaged ecosystems and provide training to help communities work towards a more sustainable future for their forests.

    Registered Charity Number: 1085600


  • The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust

    The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust is the charity for early pregnancy complications: providing information, education and support to those whose lives have been affected by the conditions of early pregnancy loss and to the professionals who care for them. We offer a suite of treatment information on ectopic pregnancy and support through a helpline operated by qualified and trained staff, an email support service and a medically moderated and overseen suite of message forums. We also provide training to the professions. The EPT currently receives no government or core funding and relies entirely on our fundraisers to help fund and deliver our services, which are free at the point of delivery.

    Registered Charity Number: 1071811


  • The Parochial Church Council Of The Ecclesiastical Parish Of All Saints, Daresbury

    Registered Charity Number: 1130503


  • The Prince's Trust

    THE PRINCE'S TRUST WORKS WITH DISADVANTAGED YOUNG PEOPLE AGED 14 - 30. THROUGH THE PROVISION OF INNOVATIVE, HIGH QUALITY PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITIES, IT HELPS YOUNG PEOPLE TO GET INTO WORK, EDUCATION, SELF-EMPLOYMENT OR TRAINING.

    Registered Charity Number: 1079675


  • Tree of Hope Children's Charity

    THE TREE OF HOPE CHILDREN’S CHARITYoffers ‘HOPE’ to the families of Sick UK Children who needSpecialist Medical Surgery, Treatment and Therapy in order to free them from suffering, giving a better Quality to their young Lives.It is known that approximately 128 babies are born Every DAY in the UK with a birth defect. The TREE of HOPE Children’s Charity will fund specialist surgery, treatment and therapy required to give a better Quality of Life to Sick UK children.With the guidance and approval of Medical Practitioners in our Health Care Services, the TREE of HOPE Children’s Charity will fund Grants for Medical Treatment and Therapy within the Private Sector of Medicine in the UK.We will also fund Surgery and Treatment by Medical Specialists abroad, where the specific Knowledge and Facilities are available, in order to treat UK children as quickly as possible.The Tree of Hope Children’s Charity was formed seventeen years by Corinne Gardner ago for two children. One had a rare life-threatening condition and the parents wanted to see doctors in Ohio, U.S.A. Another child had Neurofibromatosis, commonly named ‘The Elephant Man’s Disease’.Some of our children go abroad for their treatments, some with rare conditions.For example, some go to U.S.A. and some go to European countries. For example, we regularly fund children going to the world famous Peto Institute in Budapest, Hungary. Others have treatments in the UK giving them all a better quality to their lives. But, it all has to be funded.SCOPE, ‘Children in Need’, NSPCC, and other charities, refer sick children to us. They will NOT fund medical treatment for UK children.

    Registered Charity Number: 1043092