Charities

Aspire Oxford
CHARITY NO:
1117726
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sarah Fisher
TEL:
(01865) 204450
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
St Thomas School, Osney Lane, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1NJ
Aspire helps local people who have experienced disadvantage, including addiction and homelessness, to gain work experience and access support and training. They gain placements on a number of social enterprises, including recycling and gardening teams, which in turn provide valuable services to the people and businesses of Oxford.
Assist (UK)
Assistant Support & Self-Help In Surviving Trauma.
Assisted Reading For Children (ARCh)
CHARITY NO:
1146276
WEB:
CONTACT:
Elaine Adams
TEL:
(01869) 320380
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Suite E, Gobles Court, 7 Market Square, Bicester, Oxfordshire, OX26 6AA
ARCh recruits, trains and supports volunteers to work 1-1 with children in primary schools across Oxfordshire. With a growing network of volunteers we work in over 50% of Oxfordshire primary schools supporting more than 750 children every year. We always need more volunteers so that we can help even more children to develop a love of reading.
DATE ADDED:
13-01-2016
Association for International Cancer Research
CHARITY NO:
SC022918
WEB:
CONTACT:
Geraldine Long
TEL:
(01334) 477910
FAX:
(01334) 478667
ADDRESS:
Madras House, St Andrews, Fife, Scotland, KY16 9EH
AICR, Association for International Cancer Research, is dedicated to the world-wide fight against cancer by funding the research needed to save lives. We are the leading charity funding cancer research across the world.
Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus
CHARITY NO:
249338
WEB:
CONTACT:
Please see our Website
TEL:
01733 555988
FAX:
01733 555985
ADDRESS:
42 Park Road, Peterborough, PE1 2UQ
The Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus gives advice and support to people with Spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus, their families and carers.
Association for the Protection of Rural Scotland
CHARITY NO:
SC016139
WEB:
CONTACT:
Nina Sobecka
TEL:
(0131) 225 7012
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Dolphin House, 4 Hunter Square, Edinburgh, UK, EH1 1QW

The Association for the Protection of Rural Scotland (APRS) works to protect Scotland’s world renowned landscape and the amenity of the countryside. We are Scotland’s longest established independent environmental organisation. We are an independent charity and welcome members who share what we care about – Scotland’s varied scenery and rural environment which is a priceless asset for the health, prosperity and well-being of present and future generations. We strive to be an authoritative voice which makes good things happen in rural Scotland and combats threats to damage it.

DATE ADDED:
03-10-2018
Association for Welfare of Children in Hospital
CHARITY NO:
222294
WEB:
CONTACT:
Caroline Crimp
TEL:
(01792) 205227
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
31 Penyrheol Drive, Sketty, Swansea, UK, SA2 9JT
Working in Wales to promote the welfare of sick children in hospital, community and home.
Association of Air Ambulance Charities (UK)
CHARITY NO:
(CC) RS5
WEB:
CONTACT:
Please See Website
TEL:
01622 833833
FAX:
01622 833448
ADDRESS:
Wheelbarrow Park Estate, Pattenden Lane, Marden, Kent, TN12 9QJ
On average, an emergency air ambulance takes off every 10 minutes in the UK, flying 365 a year in daylight hours. Put it another way, during every hour of every day 7 Air Ambulances are attending accidents and medical trauma.
Association of Blind Piano Tuners
CHARITY NO:
294885
WEB:
CONTACT:
Barrie Heaton
TEL:
0844 736 1976
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
31 Wyre Crescent, Lynwood, Darwen, Lancashire, UK, BB3 0JG
The Association of Blind Piano Tuners exists to serve the professional and particular needs of its members and other blind and partially sighted piano tuners throughout the world.
Association of Breastfeeding Mothers
Association of Charitable Foundations
FAX:
with many links
Association of Charity Independent Examiners (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1077154
WEB:
CONTACT:
Fiona Gordon (Director)
TEL:
01524 348920
FAX:
01524 348920
ADDRESS:
The Gatehouse, Whitecross, South Road, Lancaster, LA1 4XQ
The Association of Charity Independent Examiners provides support, training and a professional qualification for people who act as independent examiners to charities in accordance with the Charities Act 1993. It also provides a referral service for charities seeking a suitably qualified independent examiner.
Association of Disabled Professionals
CHARITY NO:
264196
WEB:
CONTACT:
Kath Sutherland
TEL:
01204 431638
FAX:
01204 431638
ADDRESS:
BCM ADP, London, WC1N 3XX
The Association of Disabled Professionals provides employment advice, information and peer support to disabled people. Many members also give advice on their particular employment or experience. Our other main area of activity is Parliamentary. We work to ensure that legislation affecting the lives of disabled people takes their needs and aspirations into account.
Association of Medical Research Charities (UK)
CHARITY NO:
296772
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sara Ellis
TEL:
020 7269 8820
FAX:
020 7269 8821
ADDRESS:
61 Grays Inn Road, London, UK, WC1X 8TL
The Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC), is a Membership organisation of the leading medical and health research charities in the UK. Working with our members charities and partners, we aim to support the sectors effectiveness and advance medical research by developing best practice, providing information and guidance, improving public dialogue about research and science, and influencing the government.
Association of Swimming Clubs For The Handicapped
CHARITY NO:
247772
WEB:
CONTACT:
Mike O'Leary
TEL:
(01329) 833689
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
The Willows, Mayles Lane, Wickham, Hampshire, PO17 5ND
The National Association of Swimming Clubs For The Handicapped encourages, promotes and develops swimming for disabled people throughout the country in its affiliated clubs. NASCH provides Public Liability insurance for clubs, holds regional and national galas for disabled swimmers and has an annual training weekend for helpers and a camping holiday for disabled club members.
Association of Wheelchair Children
CHARITY NO:
1057894
WEB:
CONTACT:
Owen McGee
TEL:
0870 121 0050
FAX:
0870 121 0051
ADDRESS:
AWC, 6 Woodman Parade, Woodman Street, London, E16 2LL
The Association of Wheelchair Children (AWC) is a specialist national charity providing expert training and advice to wheelchair-using children and their families across the UK. We teach children useful, practical skills, empowering them with the ability to assess risk and to move safely and confidentaly about their homes and neighbourhood. We make no charges to the parents for these courses and are wholly reliant on voluntary contributions to meet our costs.
Association of Young People With ME
CHARITY NO:
1082059
WEB:
CONTACT:
Mary-Jane Willows (CEO)
TEL:
(01908) 379737
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Tickford House, Silver Street, Newport Pagnell, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK16 0EX
The Association of Young People with ME (AYME) is a UK charity that provides support for children and and young people aged up to 26 who have M.E/CFS. AYME is also here to help and support parents, carers and professionals in health, education and social care.
Asthma (UK)
CHARITY NO:
802364
WEB:
CONTACT:
Reception
TEL:
020 7786 4900
FAX:
020 7256 6075
ADDRESS:
70 Wilson Street, London, UK, EC2A 2DB
Asthma UK is the charity dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the 5.4 million people in the UK whose lives are affected by asthma.
Aston-Mansfield
CHARITY NO:
220085
WEB:
CONTACT:
Deborah Henry-Pollard
TEL:
020 8536 3828
FAX:
020 8534 4498
ADDRESS:
Durning Hall, Earlham Grove, London, E7 9AB
Our mission is to develop the community wealth of East London and promote a diverse and inclusive society in which all are free to participate. We operate 3 large community centres in Newham and provide over 50 social, educational and recreational services for over 30,000 people and 1,000 groups each year.
Ataxia UK
CHARITY NO:
1102391
WEB:
CONTACT:
Marketing Department
TEL:
020 7582 1444
FAX:
020 7582 9444
ADDRESS:
12 Broadbent Close, London, UK, N6 5JW
The ataxias are neurological disorders progressively affecting mobility and speech. They can lead to total physical dependancy. We fund world class medical research into causes and treatments, and provide a range of support services, that are not available elsewhere, for people with ataxia and their families.