Charities

Cambodian Communities out of Crisis
CHARITY NO:
1062205
WEB:
CONTACT:
Myers Cooper
TEL:
(07720) 872786
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
32 Springfield Way, Shrewsbury, Shropshire, UK, SY2 6LW
Our purpose is to help bring about a transformation in Cambodia summed up by our motto 'From killing fields to living fields'. We help fund the education of Cambodian children, particularly the disadvantaged, and provide meals for the poorest of these. We aim to establish a college in Cambodia to provide quality further and higher education with a Christian ethos.
DATE ADDED:
10-11-2016
Cambridge Museum of Technology
CHARITY NO:
311310
WEB:
CONTACT:
Mark Palmer
TEL:
01223 368650
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
The Old Pumping Station, Cheddars Lane, Cambridge, Cambridgeshire, CB5 8LD
Cambridge Museum of Technology exists to preserve and exhibit material that is relevant to the Cambridge area, either by its use or invention. Cambridge Museum of Technologys purpose is to promote and enhance appreciation of the role of science and technology and its impact on the environment. Its audience is the general public with particular emphasis on school children. The museum is run by volunteers in their spare time, if you would like to help us why not become a member or even a volunteer, just contact us to find out more.
Cambridge Re-Use
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CamFed (UK)
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Education for girls
Campaign for Learning
Campaign To Protect Rural England (UK)
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CPRE
Camphill Milton Keynes (UK)
CHARITY NO:
283556
WEB:
CONTACT:
Tim Davies (CEO)
TEL:
(01908) 235000
FAX:
(01908) 235606
ADDRESS:
Willen Park South, Japonica Lane, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK15 9JY
Founded in 1981, Camphill Milton Keynes (CMK*) provides support and a meaningful working life for adults with a wide range of learning difficulties. Over fifty residents live together with volunteer staff and their families in ten separate households. Together they form a community of one hundred people living on several sites on the neighbouring housing estates of Pennyland and Willen Park. Our aim is to create a safe and stimulating environment, fully integrated into the surrounding community, that allows individuals to develop in accordance with their own needs.
CAN Mezzanine
CHARITY NO:
1128255
WEB:
CONTACT:
Gary Phillips
TEL:
(07853) 077153
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
7-14 Great Dover street, Southwark, London, SE1 4YR

CAN Mezzanine, charity office space in London. We provide fully serviced office desk space exclusively to charities, social enterprises and not-for-profit organisations.

DATE ADDED:
16-05-2018
Can Online (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1075749
WEB:
CONTACT:
Gary Phillips
TEL:
(020) 3096 7664
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ADDRESS:
7-14 Great Dover Street, Southwark, London, UK, SE1 4YR

Support charities to scale up & maximise social impact. Provide quality office space to social sector.

Cancer Prevention Research Trust (UK)
CONTACT:
Samantha Sharman
TEL:
(0208) 785 7786
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
231 Roehampton Lane, London, UK, SW15 4LB
The charity is unique in that it is the only one dedicated to the research of cancer control. The team have guidelines to help minimise the risk of developing cancer and in-depth information about treatments. Research into food and chemicals used in daily live has shown an increased risk in developing cancer while others have shown to help prevent it. With donations the charity can continue their important work.
DATE ADDED:
15-10-2015
Cancer Research (UK) Stanley
CONTACT:
Jean Shipley
TEL:
(0843) 523 6633
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
25 Forres Court, Stanley, County Durham, UK, DH9 6UZ
We organise fundraising events to raise money to fund research into Cancer.
Cancer Research UK
CHARITY NO:
1089464
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sam Wiggins
TEL:
020 7242 0200
FAX:
020 7269 3100
ADDRESS:
Cancer Research UK, PO Box 123, London, WC2A 3PX
The vision of Cancer Research UK is to conquer Cancer through world-class research. We are the largest volunteer-supported cancer research organisation in the world. With a dedicated team of 3,000 scientists and an annual scientific spend of more than 176 million - raised almost entirely through public donations - we are working to achieve our objectives.
Cancer Vaccine Institute
CHARITY NO:
1080343
WEB:
CONTACT:
Emma Appleyard
TEL:
0845 602 0662
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Rock Cottage, Honey Lane, Selbourne, Hampshire, GU34 3BZ
The Cancer Vaccine Institute (CVI) is the only national charity in the UK devoted exclusively to funding research into the development of cancer vaccines and offering them to patients around the UK. Our vision is that vaccines will become a standard treatment for cancer for a wide range of cancers increasing survival rates and patients quality of life.
CancerHelpUK Information Service (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1089464
WEB:
CONTACT:
CancerHelpUK
TEL:
(0800) 800 4040
FAX:
020 3469 6400
ADDRESS:
Angel Building, 407 St John Street, Angel, London, UK, EC1V 4AD
CancerHelp UK is the patient information website of Cancer Research UK. We have over 6,000 pages of free web-based cancer information, covering more than 95% of cancer diagnoses in the UK and a unique searchable database of UK cancer trials. For further information, please see the website, http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-help/, or telephone the above number to get in touch with the Information Nurses.
Candid Arts Trust
FAX:
London
Canine Partners (UK)
CHARITY NO:
803680
WEB:
CONTACT:
Cat Fyson
TEL:
(08456) 580 480
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Mill Lane, Heyshott, Midhurst, UK, GU29 0ED
Canine Partners is a registered charity that partners specially trained assistance dogs with people who have physical disabilities.
DATE ADDED:
11-11-2016
Canon Collins Trust (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1102028
WEB:
CONTACT:
Emily Hayter
TEL:
020 7354 1462
FAX:
020 7359 4875
ADDRESS:
22 The Ivories, 6 Northampton Street, London, UK, N1 2HY
Our vision is of a Southern Africa whose people have the freedom and capabilities to shape their own future. Since 1981 we have awarded over 3000 postgraduate scholarships to Southern Africa scientists, human rights lawyers, civil servants, educationalists, doctors and other professionals. Many have gone on to become leaders in government, the private sector and civil society. We also support innovative projects that widen access to education in Southern Africa.
Capability Scotland (UK)
CHARITY NO:
SC011330
WEB:
CONTACT:
Lorna Thompson
TEL:
(0131) 313 5510
FAX:
(0131) 346 7864
ADDRESS:
Westerlea, 11 Ellersly Road, Edinburgh, Scotland, EH12 6HY
Capability Scotland campaigns with, and provides education, employment and care services for, Disabled children and adults across Scotland. We work with disabled people, their family and carers to provide a mix of services that meet their aspirations at all stages of their lives.
Cara-Online UK
CHARITY NO:
1135610
WEB:
CONTACT:
Mr Abdilahi Dahir NUR
TEL:
(07466) 666 708
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
18 Ashwin Street, Dalston, Hackney, London, E8 3DL

CARA assists its beneficiaries in preparing representations and representing them on matters such as eviction, deportation, employment and family. We provide free advice, information and guidance on a wide range of subjects, including immigration, debt, welfare benefits, housing and employment. We also provide HIV/AIDS prevention, care and support, striving to reduce premature deaths, providing quality basic education for all (especially girls), water and sanitation. To continue the work that CARA provides in the UK and Africa, we rely on people like you. Please consider helping us with a monthly, or you can make a one-off donation, to our work.

DATE ADDED:
08-11-2018
Cardboard Citizens
CHARITY NO:
1042457
WEB:
CONTACT:
Adrian Jackson
TEL:
+44 (0) 20 7377 8948
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
77A Greenfield Road, Whitechapel, London, UK, E1 1EJ

Founded by Artistic Director and CEO Adrian Jackson MBE, Cardboard Citizens is an award-winning theatre company and one of the world’s leading practitioners of Forum Theatre. They have toured across hostels, day centres and prisons for more than 26 years, bringing theatre to the most marginalised in society. Through bold and immersive theatre, Cardboard Citizens break down conventional divisions between audiences and performers. The company runs a Membership programme for homeless, ex-homeless and at risk people, offering free workshops, information, advice and guidance, training and qualifications. Its Citz National Residencies reach vulnerable people across the country, exploring the barriers they are facing and identifying solutions, through fun, creative workshops and performances.

DATE ADDED:
18-02-2019