Children of the Dump provides education, family support and loving care to deprived children living in extreme poverty on the Payatas rubbish dump in Manila in the Philippines. Today we help care for up to about 300 children in different ways, some of whom have been neglected, abused or even abandoned. Since 1975 the supporters of Children of The Dump, along with our Filipino charity partner (ASCF), have been giving young lives the chance to escape the cycle of poverty through education.
CCHF exists to offer London children in need 5-12 years and their families the highest quality holiday experience, in the safest possible environment.
The Children's Heart Federation (CHF) is a parent-led charity working with partner groups to make life better for children and young people, with acquired or congenital heart disease, in Great Britain and Northern Ireland.
Childrens Hospices Across Scotland (CHAS) is the Scottish charity committed to the provision of childrens hospice services in Scotland, working exclusively with children, with life limiting conditions and their families. CHAS runs Rachel House in Kinross and Robin House in Balloch. Also, Rachel House at Home, based in Inverness, provides an at home service for families in the North of Scotland.
The Children's Legal Centre is a unique, independent national charity concerned with law and policy affecting children and young people. The Childrens Legal Centre has many years of experience in providing legal advice and representation to children, their carers and professionals throughout the UK. Child Law Advice Line, (0845) 120 2948, Family Law Advice via Community Legal Advice, (0845) 345 4345. Lines open Monday - Friday, 9.00am - 5.00pm.
The only UK charity, providing information and support for Mitochondrial Diseases, Disorders and Associated conditions. Intitially Established 1993.
The National Youth Music Theatre works with young people aged 11 to 21 through music theatre workshops and productions.
Chilterns Dog Rescue Society was founded in 1963 by Mrs Dolly Bromley so our history now stretches over 50 years. Since 1963, over 18,000 dogs have been homed. Not only does the Society care for and find homes for lost and abandoned dogs, owners circumstances sometimes change and this can result in dogs coming into our care. Whatever the reason, these dogs are cared for by the Society until the right new home can be found for them. Our priority is the dogs and we will always put the dogs first.
Childhood and young adults cancer research into Rhabdomyosarcoma cancer.