Charities

Bring Back The Smile To Nepal
CHARITY NO:
SC045923
WEB:
CONTACT:
Anna Gurung
TEL:
(01887) 830310
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
6 Balnaskeag, Kenmore, Aberfeldy, UK, PH15 2HB

Bring Back The Smile To Nepal is dedicated to helping the people of Nepal respond and recover from the earthquake of April 2015.With a team of volunteers and trustees for the charity, Bring Back The Smile To Nepal hopes to make a real difference for many years to come.

DATE ADDED:
18-09-2019
Bristol charities
Bristol Hospital Broadcasting Service
CONTACT:
Iain Elliott
TEL:
01179 293303
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
British Royal Infirmary, Bristol, BS2 8HW
Bristol Hospital Broadcasting Service (BHBS) provide programmes to 11 hospitals in the Bristol area. The programmes consist of studio based record request programmes and sports commentaries from Bristol Rovers and City and Rugby and also cricket from Gloucestershire County Cricket Club. We also broadcast concerts from the Colston Hall.
British Acoustic Neuroma Association (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1024443
WEB:
CONTACT:
See Website
TEL:
01246 550011
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Tapton House Innovation Centre, Brimington Road, Chesterfield, UK, S41 0TZ
BANA is a patient-led charity whose main purpose is to offer help and support to those affected by acoustic neuroma. We publish a quarterly magazine and have a range of information papers and booklets. We also hold numerous branch and support group meetings throughout the UK.
British Archaeological Association
British Association for Adoption and Fostering
CHARITY NO:
275689
WEB:
CONTACT:
Harvey Gallagher
TEL:
020 7593 2000
FAX:
020 7593 2001
ADDRESS:
Head Office, Skyline House, 200 Union Street, London, SE1 0LX
The British Association for Adoption & Fostering (BAAF) is a UK-wide charity that helps find secure, loving families for children who can no longer live at home. Our work begins while children are waiting to be fostered or adopted, and influences every aspect of child care in the UK.
British Association for Counselling & Psychotherapy
British Association of Clinical Anatomists
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BACA
British Cardiovascular Society
British Cave Research Association
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BCRA
British Clematis Society
British Computer Association of the Blind
British Crop Production Council
British Deaf Association
CHARITY NO:
2881497
WEB:
CONTACT:
Hannah Robinson
TEL:
(0207) 697 4140
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
3rd Floor , 356 Holloway Road, London, UK, N7 6PA

The British Deaf Association, is a charitable organisation promoting British Sign Language to empower and improve the Deaf community.

DATE ADDED:
18-09-2019
British Deaf History Society
British Dental Health Foundation (UK)
CHARITY NO:
263198
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sharon Broom
TEL:
0870 770 4002
FAX:
0870 770 4010
ADDRESS:
Smile House, 2 East Union Street, Rugby, Warwickshire, CV22 6AJ
The British Dental Health Foundation is a charity that is dedicated to raising public awareness of good oral health and provides practical advice, services and support to the public, dental profession, media and government both within the UK and internationally. The foundation provides a dental health advice line for the public.
British Diabetic Association (UK)
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British Disabled Water Ski Association
British Divers Marine Life Rescue
CHARITY NO:
803438
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sue White
TEL:
01825 765546 (24hrs)
FAX:
01825 768012
ADDRESS:
Lime House, Regency Close, Uckfield, East Sussex, TN22 1DS
We are a volunteer marine mammal rescue organisation. We have trained volunteer medic's on standy throughout the UK who help to rescue Whales, Dolphins, Porpoises & Seals that become stranded on our shores.
British Dyslexia Association
CHARITY NO:
289243
WEB:
CONTACT:
Rebecca Lewthwaite
TEL:
(0333) 405 4555
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
British Dyslexia Association, Unit 6A, Bracknell Beeches, Bracknell, UK, RG12 7BW

The British Dyslexia Association is the voice for the 10% of the population that experience dyslexia. We aim to influence government and other institutions to promote a dyslexia friendly society, that enables dyslexic people of all ages to reach their full potential. We campaign to encourage schools to work towards becoming dyslexia-friendly; to reduce the number of dyslexic young people in the criminal justice system; and to enable dyslexic people to achieve their potential in the workplace. The British Dyslexia Association provides the only national helpline supporting tens of thousands of people each year. Working alongside our network of Local Dyslexia Associations, we support people of all ages from across the country.

DATE ADDED:
28-05-2019