4TheChildren is a UK-based children’s charity that was created in 2016. We were originally made up of a small team of students and mothers, however as our work has expanded, so has the number of members and volunteers from the local community. (4TC ) is a Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) UK registered Children's Charity. No:1166434 (4TC) seeks to promote sustainable economic and social development. 4TC is primarily concerned with the safety, welfare and human rights of children's. By collaborating with local communities & schools through relief and development programmes, 4TC works wherever the need is greatest, irrespective of colour, creed, status or religion. we supports local organisations within UK , which are best placed to understand local needs, as well as giving help on the ground through many other NGO's. Our main focus is on underprivileged children from low-income families and on refugee children. Additionally, we aim to provide a level of support for their families.However, we also seek to help children internationally where aid and relief is most needed.
A Rocha is an international Christian wildlife conservation organisation. Projects are frequently cross-cultural in character, and share a community emphasis, with a focus on science and research, practical conservation and environmental education. We run field study centres or other projects in nearly twenty countries.
Aberdeen Multicultural Centre is a user led Charity, listening to the views of volunteers, partners and public members. The main objectives of AMC are to: a) promoting knowledge and mutual understanding between different racial, faith and cultural groups; b) advancing education and raising awareness about different racial, faith and cultural groups; c) working towards the elimination of discrimination on the grounds of race, faith and culture.
ACLT, (African Carribean Leukaemia Trust), is a 30+ times award winning charity committed to providing hope to patients living with blood cancer and illnesses where a matched donor (stem cell, blood or organ) is required to save a life. Our work is driven by a belief that no one should die waiting for a donor to become available. Through our work, we improve odds of finding matches by registering potential donors en masse from all ethnicities, with a focus on donors from the African and Caribbean communities.
This is due to an extreme shortage of potential African and Caribbean donors. We also provide support and advice to patients and their families throughout treatment, from diagnosis to recovery and sadly (in some cases), while supporting the patient and family during ‘end of life’: where treatments have not been successful. Our underlying ethos is to educate communities across the UK by raising awareness about stem cell, blood and organ donation. ACLT was founded in 1996 by Beverley De-Gale, OBE, and Orin Lewis, OBE, 3 years after receiving the devastating news that their 6-year-old son Daniel De-Gale needed a stem cell transplant in order to win his 6-year battle against acute leukaemia.
Acorns supports more than 500 life-limited children and their families in the West Midlands and Three Counties. Most of our funding comes from public donations.