The current vision is to establish a hospital in Cap-Haiten in the north of Haiti. Beyound this we have a desire to deliver health care to remote parts of the country and inner city slums. We also work with children with disabilities, seeking to raise the level of support and care to children with various needs. The earthquake that hit Port-au-Prince on January 12th 2010, changed Haiti irrevocably. We have been playing a key role in bringing rehabilitation to a nation. We have been caring for injured victims and bringing relief to affected families. The future for us is standing with the people of Haiti and lending a strong hand as they rebuild their country. We have a health centre, outreach clinic, ambulance, children's home, SCI centre and rehab and now a cholera treatment centre.
Stanley’s Own has 2 Beaver Colonies, 2 Cub Packs, 2 Scout Troops and Explorer Scouts, also Brownies, Guides and Rainbows use the Headquarters therefore that over 200 youths, and their Leaders, meet weekly at the Headquarters during term time. Stanley’s Own also has a Scout and Guide Band that formed in 1935. The Band performs at parades, carnivals and various occasions in our district. The funds raised over the carnival weekend is “to keep the lights on”. It helps with maintenance as well as utility bills allowing Stanley’s Own to keep the scout membership fees down.
Founded 45 years ago, thousands of people with disabilities have enjoyed a memorable and fulfilling holiday away from their everyday life. To many, it is what they spend the whole year looking forward to. If you know someone who has a disability, you will understand just what a 3H holiday could mean to them. Our grants programme assists families on a low income who have a family member with disabilities, to organise their own UK holiday. The grants are given for the accommodation part of the holiday and are paid directly to the chosen venue. The charity liaise with social workers and caring organisations to assist applicants and to identify those needing assistance. Carers can also be awarded a grant for a holiday away from their caring role. The 3H carers programme enables carers to spend a day at Ashdown Park Hotel and Country Park in Forest Row, East Sussex. Surrounded by the Ashdown Forest, the hotel offers relaxing treatments and therapies. The carers pamper day package includes: • Welcome soft drink • One 60 minute treatment • 2 course lunch • Use of the spa swimming pool • Afternoon tea. 3H organise subsidised group holidays for people with disabilities. Hereby giving their day-to-day carers a valuable period of respite at the same time. Many people with disabilities have thought that it was just not possible to get away independently but with our experience in organising accommodation, transport and activities, 3H can make it happen. Having Care Quality Commission registration, guests can be assured that our team of holiday leaders, experienced volunteers and medics will support and meet their care needs. The activity holidays may include Abseiling, Climbing, Canoeing, Horse Riding, Sailing and Zip Wiring. The evening activities give time for guests to socialise and make new friends. Our TeensOut programme enables existing organisations to continue their good work supporting teenagers who may be socially isolated due to their disability or their caring duties. 3H provides much needed funding to ensure clubs and groups are able to continue providing respite care during the school holidays and are given opportunities to try new activities.
We are a Christian organization engaging communities in nature conservation. A Rocha responds to the global crisis of biodiversity loss by carrying out community-based conservation projects. Through residential field study centres, site-based projects and wider advocacy, A Rocha: Carries out ecological monitoring and research in areas of high value for wildlife; Spearheads practical measures for conserving and restoring habitats and their fauna and flora; Encourages appreciation of nature and participation in its conservation, through environmental education and community outreach; Provides a forum for understanding the relevance of the Christian faith to environmental issues. Our first initiative was a field study centre in Portugal, and so our name is Portuguese and means ‘The Rock’.
The Abbeyfield Society is one of the largest voluntary sector UK-wide providers of housing with care for older people, committed to alleviating isolation. Since 1956, Abbeyfield has grown to include over 800 houses providing accommodation and services, and involves the work of professional staff and more than 10,000 volunteers.
Purposes 4 The organisation's purposes are: 1.1 The advancement of racial harmony in Scotland and elsewhere and in furtherance of this; 1.2 to promote better understanding between different religions and cultures in Scotland, Nationally and Internationally; 1.3 to encourage social contact amongst different diverse communities by organising social, religious, cultural and educational activities; 1.4 to provide a main channel through which culturally diverse communities can raise their issues; 1.5 to actively engage culturally diverse hard to reach groups, 1.6 to promote and raise awareness on Environmental issues and sustainable benefits;
AbilityNet provides a free helpline offering practical advice and information about how disabled people can use computers and other forms of assistive technology.
Registered Bristol Charity, Above and Beyond aims to maintain and improve the care and support for patients and their relatives through enhancing the facilities and surroundings of a network of eight United Bristol Healthcare NHS Trust Hospitals. The charitable trust provides specialist equipment, ongoing research and professional development training.
ACE Centre North provides expertise in the use of Assistive Technology (AT) and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to people of all ages with communication and physical disabilities to help with their communication, learning and daily living.
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.
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At Action for Children, our vision is a world where all children have a sense of belonging and are loved and valued. We work with around 200,000 of the UK's most vulnerable and neglected children, young people and their families, and we'll be there for as long as it takes to make a difference in their lives. To find out about the work we do - and how we're committed to tackling child neglect - visit us at, http://www.actionforchildren.org.uk, or, http://www.actionforchildren.org.uk/get-involved
Our mission is empowering people with M.E. to fulfil their potential and secure the care and support they need, while working towards a greater understanding of the illness and ultimately a cure.