Compassion UK is a leading children’s charity, with a relentless passion to empower every child left vulnerable by poverty. Our approach to fighting poverty is highly focused and personal. It’s summed up in three simple words: Compassion for children. For 66 years, we’ve been giving children the opportunity to escape the suffering and fear poverty brings.
Computer Aid uses computer and digital technology to alleviate poverty and overcome disadvantage.
Computers for Charities provides wide ranging support to Charities and Voluntary groups through I.T support and advice. Services include consultancy, non profit sales of new and second user equipment. Plus educational and vocational programmes within the UK and Overseas. Computers for Charities recycles and refurbishes donated computer equipment, including mobile phones, inkjet and laser cartridges.
Connect is a St Helens based charity working to improve services for disabled children and their families. Connect supports families who have children with special needs and/or a disability, we also run a pamper session/coffee morning for parents/dads/grandparents. Connect also runs a drop in centre for children with disabilities called fantasy island, an autism support group where parents meet up to share ideas and offer support to each other, a toy library where children can lend various specialised toys.
We are the first breast cancer charity in the UK to solely create awareness amongst young people, with the aim of instilling the knowledge and tools they need to get to know their bodies. We like to talk about a serious message in a light-hearted way, empowering people to start healthy habits for life. We want everyone to have the best possible chance of surviving breast cancer. Ideally we want to live in a world where all breast cancers are diagnosed at the earliest stage possible, at which treatments are more effective and survival rates are higher.
CORE is the new name for Digestive Disorders Foundation, the charity for research and information on digestive diseases. As well as funding expert research into these disorders, CORE also provides a range of patient information for sufferers , their families and friends. Unfortunately we cannot answer individual medical questions.