Charities

Barnardos
CHARITY NO:
216250
WEB:
CONTACT:
Dorothy Howes
TEL:
020 8550 8822
FAX:
020 8551 6870
ADDRESS:
Tanners Lane, Barkingside, Ilford, UK, IG6 1QG
Barnardos is the UKs largest childrens charity, working with over 90,000 children, young people and their families in more than 300 projects nationwide.
Barnsley Animal Rescue Charity (UK)
Barts and The London Charity
BASIC
CHARITY NO:
1115309
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sylvia Dobies
TEL:
0208 3020713
FAX:
Use E-mail Link
ADDRESS:
PO Box 209, Sidcup, Kent, DA15 0BA
The main objectives of BASIC (Bexley Autism Support & Information Centre) are to, provide information about resources available in the Bexley Borough and the surrounding areas to parents with dependants with Autism. Provide support for parents, carers of children and Young People with Autism. Work with parents, carers, schools, statutory and voluntary, community Sector to develop services needed. To act as a representative for parents, carers of autistic Children and Young People, presenting their views and needs to inform policy and service development.
Bassetlaw Community and Voluntary Service
CHARITY NO:
501473
WEB:
CONTACT:
Michael Newstead
TEL:
01909 476118
FAX:
01909 480501
ADDRESS:
BCVS Dukeries Centre, Park Street, Worksop, Nottinghamshire, S80 1HH
The local development and networking agency for Bassetlaw.
Bat Conservation Trust
CHARITY NO:
1012361
WEB:
CONTACT:
Joe
TEL:
03451300228
FAX:
02078207198
ADDRESS:
Quadrant House, 250 Kennington Lane, London, UK, SE115RD

We are the leading National NGO solely devoted to the conservation of bats and the landscapes on which they rely. Bats are unique and play a vital role in our environment but during the last century bat populations suffered severe declines. We are working to secure the future of bats in our ever changing world by tackling the threats to bats, from persecution to loss of roosts and changing land use. Since 1991 the Bat Conservation Trust has run a diverse range of projects to conserve bat populations. We are part of one of the most successful conservation movements in the world, supported by a network of members, volunteers, academics and professionals. Bats are now protected by law in Europe, and in the UK some species may already be benefiting from the positive effects of conservation, but we have a long way to go to achieve our vision of a world rich in wildlife where bats and people thrive together.

DATE ADDED:
05-03-2018
Bath Preservation Trust
CONTACT:
Caroline Kay
TEL:
(01225) 338727
FAX:
Use E-mail Link
ADDRESS:
No.1 Royal Crescent, Bath, Somerset, UK, BA1 2LR
The Bath Preservation Trust safeguards the historic city of Bath by encouraging and supporting the conservation, evolution and enhancement of Bath and its environs within a framework appropriate both to its historic setting and its sustainable future, and providing educational resources which focus on the architectural and historic importance of the city.
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home (UK)
CHARITY NO:
206394
WEB:
CONTACT:
See Our Website
TEL:
(0843) 509 4444
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
4 Battersea Park Road, London, UK, SW8 4AA
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home rescues and rehomes lost, abandoned and unwanted dogs and cats and has been since 1860.
BBC Children in Need
CHARITY NO:
802052
WEB:
CONTACT:
Please see Website
TEL:
020 8576 7788
FAX:
020 8576 8887
ADDRESS:
PO Box 76, London, W3 6FS
We support UK organisations that look after the needs of children and young people, including those with disabilities or psychological disorders, or who have encountered illness, abuse or poverty. Administration costs are paid for by the interest accumulated on the money raised, so every donation is used to help children.
Beacon Fellowship Charitable Trust
CHARITY NO:
1096423
WEB:
CONTACT:
Ms Emily Stonor
TEL:
020 7849 6550
FAX:
020 7849 6561
ADDRESS:
12 St James Square, London, SW1Y 4RB
Beacon is a national organisation which aims to encourage contributions to charitable and social causes, and to celebrate and showcase best practice in giving. Beacon's annual prize scheme will highlight the exceptional philanthropy of individuals through six categories of nomination (Leadership, Lifetime Achievement, Courage, Start-Ups, Creative Giving and Young Philanthropist).
Beamish Museum
CHARITY NO:
1122366
WEB:
CONTACT:
Museum Director
TEL:
(0191) 370 4000
FAX:
(0191) 370 4001
ADDRESS:
Beamish Museum, Regional Resource Centre, Beamish, County Durham, UK, DH9 0RG

Beamish is an open air museum which tells the story of life in North East England in the early 1800s, early 1900s and 1940s. The museum is embarking on a 4-year development plan to recreate a north eastern 1950s town, complete with homes, shops, community centre and working cinema, as well as additions to the Georgian landscape including a coaching inn where visitors can stay overnight.

DATE ADDED:
26-04-2017
Beat (UK)
CHARITY NO:
801343
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sue Sparks
TEL:
(0300) 123 3355
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Wensum House , 103 Prince of Wales Road, Norwich, UK, NR1 1DW
Beat is the UK's leading eating disorder charity. We support people affected by eating disorders, their family members & friends, and campaign on their behalf.
DATE ADDED:
09-12-2016
Beating Bowel Cancer
CHARITY NO:
1063614
WEB:
CONTACT:
See Website
TEL:
020 8892 5256
FAX:
020 8892 1008
ADDRESS:
39 Crown Road, Twickenham, Middlesex, TW1 3EJ
We provide information, education and support to bowel cancer patients, their families, the general public and the medical profession. We publish a range of free information booklets, and can provide telephone support to patients, from other patients.
Beck Youth Theatre
FAX:
Hayes, Mddx
Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders Association
FAX:
BIBBA
Behcets Syndrome Society
CHARITY NO:
326679
WEB:
CONTACT:
Chris Phillips
TEL:
0845 130 7328
FAX:
Use E-mail Link
ADDRESS:
8 Abbey Gardens, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11 4SP
Behcets (Pronounced Bejets) is a rare, complex and life long condition caused by disturbances in the bodys immune system. Behcets can affect people of any age, but it most commonly affects those between the ages of 20 and 40. The society runs a helpline, funds research, and offers financial support for patients in need.
Being Children (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1154527
WEB:
CONTACT:
Robert Lyon
TEL:
0091 988 1784338
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
57 Oldford Crescent, Acklam, Middlesborough, UK, TS5 7EH
Being Children is a UK charity, formed by a small group of like minded individuals, who wish to see a better life for underprivileged slum and street children living in India. Our aim is to provide these children with a childhood through education, nutrition, healthcare and recreational activities.
BELIEVE
CHARITY NO:
1209/95
WEB:
CONTACT:
G.Murugan (Secretary)
TEL:
+91 (8554) 244909
FAX:
+91 (8554) 244909
ADDRESS:
13/678-c88, Sreenivasa Nagar, Anantapur District, India, 515001
BELIEVE Welfare Association of Leprosy Patients and Physically Handicapped, is a small voluntary organisation and at present is implementing community based rehabilitation of rural disabled in 63 villages of MADAKASIRA MANDAL Anantapur District, and also having centre for mentally challenged children. We required funding support to extend our activities nearby MANDALS and for the centre of mentally challenged children. If you have difficulty contacting BELIEVE on the details above, please try telephone number, +91 (8493) 288295.
Bendrigg Trust (UK)
CHARITY NO:
508450
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sarah Miles
TEL:
(01539) 723766
FAX:
(01539) 723766
ADDRESS:
Bendrigg Lodge, Old Hutton, Kendal, UK, LA8 0NR
Bendrigg Trust is an outdoor centre specialising in adventurous activities for disabled and disadvantaged people from across the UK. Adults and children can take part in activities such as climbing, caving, canoeing, abseiling, archery, orienteering, hill walking and more. We challenge perceptions of disability and enable people to have life-changing experiences.
DATE ADDED:
23-02-2016
Benevolent Society of Watch & Clock Makers (UK)
The National Benevolent Society of Watch and Clock Makers (UK)