Charities

ECAS Edinburgh (UK)
Ectopic Pregnancy Trust (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1071811
WEB:
CONTACT:
Izzie Oakley
TEL:
0207 733 2653
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
c/o 2nd Floor, Golden Jubilee Wing, Kings College Hospital, Denark Hill, London, UK, SE5 9RS
The Ectopic Pregnancy Trust provides support, information & education about ectopic pregnancy via a dedicated helpline, website, message forums and e-mail reply service.
Eden Project (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1093070
WEB:
CONTACT:
Eden Project Staff
TEL:
+44 (0)1726 811911
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Eden Project, Bodelva, Cornwall, UK, PL24 2SG
The Eden Project, an educational charity, connects us with each other and the living world, exploring how we can work towards a better future. Our visitor destination in Cornwall, UK, is nestled in a huge crater. Here, massive Biomes housing the largest rainforest in captivity, stunning plants, exhibitions and stories serve as a backdrop to our striking contemporary gardens, summer concerts and exciting year-round family events. Money raised supports our transformational projects and learning programmes.
DATE ADDED:
16-03-2016
Edinburgh Action Group (UK)
FAX:
Learning disabilitie
Edinburgh Cyrenians (UK)
FAX:
Homeless
Edinburgh Direct Aid (UK)
CHARITY NO:
SCO21007
WEB:
CONTACT:
Lisa Anderson
TEL:
0131 552 1545
FAX:
0131 478 0900
ADDRESS:
29 Star Bank Road, Edinburgh, UK, EH5 3BY
We are a charity registered in Scotland. We deliver aid in person to those who have suffered from war and ethnic cleansing. We make sure the Aid gets to those for whom it's meant! We have an all-volunteer UK staff, we do not use paid advertisements, we do not pay commission to fundraisers. All donations go to support projects in Bosnia and Kosovo, to buy aid goods, and to keep our convoys rolling. With funds from international donors such as the European Commission, the US Bureau of Population and Refugees and the Portuguese Embassy in Sarajevo, we rebuild burned and bombed-out schools and houses in Bosnia and Kosovo, and help people of all ethnic groups to return to their homes. We have set up a day-care centre in Sarajevo, for children with special needs, as a memorial to Christine Witcutt, killed in an EDA convoy delivering aid to the city.
Education Development Trust (UK)
CONTACT:
Education Development Trust Member of Staff
TEL:
(07958) 649629
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
8 Crabtree Lane, Fulham, London, UK, SW6 6LN

Education Development Trust was set up to provide out-of-school academic support in Mathematics, Science and English for children in the State School System who were (and are) particularly disadvantaged because of the low standards of full-time education and who were not being motivated by their full-time teachers towards making the greatest use of their potential. This might be because, they were Girls, Black or other minority and were being overlooked (and in some cases ignored) in terms of expectations, performance and future potential. The expectations of teachers often play a great part in the confidence a child feels he or she has to rise to challenges and shine through to academic and professional success. We felt that many full-time teachers were already brainwashed and programmed by outdated doctrines and political philosophies even before they set foot into the classroom and had no conception of certain categories of children as surgeons, doctors, engineers, scientists, barristers and other professional occupations and simply saw categories of pupils as part of a social political servile order from which the more educated, politically involved and wealthy could always draw on for unskilled and semi-skilled labour. Our prime objective was to shatter these myths and show our pupils that this need not necessarily be the case and that they can make a difference in this society - if they work hard academically and that academic success unlocks doors they did not think possible and that they can succeed despite their environment or home circumstances if they really want to.

Education for Choice (UK)

Abortion Charity

Education for Health (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1048816
WEB:
CONTACT:
See Our Website
TEL:
(01296) 493313
FAX:
(01296) 493224
ADDRESS:
The Athenaeum, 10 Church Street, Warwickshire, UK, CV34 4AB

Education For Health is the world's leading charity to focus on the education of health professionals as a key factor in improving patient health and quality of life. Our mission is to take action, educate people and transform lives worldwide.

Education Otherwise Association Ltd (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1055120
WEB:
CONTACT:
See Our Website
TEL:
(0300) 1245690
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Education Otherwise Association Ltd, 61 Bridge Street, Kington, UK, HR5 3DJ

Education Otherwise is a membership organisation which provides support and information for families whose children are being educated outside school, and for those who wish to uphold the freedom of families to take proper responsibility for the education of their children. When writing to the above charity, by post, remember to include an A5 Stamped Addressed Envelope, thank you.

Electrical Safety Council (UK)
CHARITY NO:
257376
WEB:
CONTACT:
See Our Website
TEL:
0870 040 0561
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Unit 1.10, Canterbury Court, London, UK, SW9 6DE
Widely supported by industry, the Electrical Safety Council exists to help people in the British Isles protect themselves and their families from faulty, damaged and poorly maintained electrical installations and appliances. Our mission is to prevent electrical injuries and deaths in the UK.
Electronic Immigration Network (UK)
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Immigration, refuge
Elevating Success
CHARITY NO:
1141070
WEB:
CONTACT:
Ben Joyce
TEL:
(020) 7993 8411
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Honor Oak, Old Depot, St Norbert Road, Brockley, London, UK,, SE4 2EY

Elevating Success UK is a training and personal development charity that exists to empower individuals to achieve their full potential. We have devised and delivered over 40 different courses to date, engaging beneficiaries from areas of high deprivation in Croydon, Lambeth and Lewisham, including vulnerable families, children from disadvantaged backgrounds, young offenders, and those who face specific challenges to securing employment, education or training.

DATE ADDED:
24-01-2019
Elizabeth Finn Care (UK)
CHARITY NO:
207812
WEB:
CONTACT:
See Our Website
TEL:
(0208) 834 9200
FAX:
(0208) 831 9299
ADDRESS:
Hythe House, 200 Shepherds Bush Road, London, UK, W6 7NL
Elizabeth Finn Care is a direct-giving poverty helping people in financial need in the UK. We also offer the Turn2us service which features a benefits checker and grants search.
Elizabeth Foundation for Pre-School Deaf Children (UK)
FAX:
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Elizabeth's Legacy of Hope
CHARITY NO:
1141287
WEB:
CONTACT:
Jennie Evans
TEL:
(07877) 413187
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope, c/o PLMR, Church House, 29 Great Smith Street, London, SW1P 3BL

Elizabeth’s Legacy of Hope (ELoH) provides essential life changing support for children who have lost their limbs due to war, accident or lack of basic medical care. ELoH works not only with children who have lost limbs but to also their families along with medical staff. When a child loses a limb, that child’s medical needs will be continuous into adulthood. ELoH is there to help them though every high and low moment they may experience, by providing a range of specially tailored services. These services may include: - Providing access to basic mobility such as crutches, wheelchairs or prosthetics. - Access to education by supporting and integrating amputees into schools. - Family Business scheme, giving amputee families the help and support they need in becoming more self-sufficient, enabling their child to remain in school. - Access to counselling to groups, individuals and families. - Educating to help to fight against the stigma of amputee children within communities.

DATE ADDED:
17-10-2018
Emergency Museum (UK)
FAX:
Sheffield
Emmaus Oxford (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1066618
WEB:
CONTACT:
Eddie Blaze
TEL:
(01865) 402073
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
171 Oxford Road, Cowley, Oxfordshire, UK, OX4 2ES
Emmaus Oxford provides accommodation and work for 28 ex homeless men and women. Our social enterprise provides work and fund sour project. The business consists of 2 shops selling 2nd hand goods.
EmployabilityUK
CHARITY NO:
1159718
WEB:
CONTACT:
Justin Southwick
TEL:
(0345) 6015551
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
5 Whitefriars Street, Coventry, Warwickshire, UK, CV1 2DS

The mission of EmployabilityUK is to facilitate employer engagement to enhance the aspirations, opportunities and career prospects of enthusiastic and committed young people. As an education charity, we believe the best way to bring sustainable employer engagement and first class professional employability skills to schools, colleges and youth organisations is by working with them to understand their individual needs and the aspirations of their learners and their parents. We offer support and fresh ideas, ensuring they can offer the very best employability skills training with practical experience. We design bespoke employability skills programmes for businesses to provide high quality employee volunteering opportunities. With something for everyone, no matter what their own job may be, our programmes are fun and rewarding, giving individuals the flexibility to decide how much or how little time they want to give. By forging strong partnerships, we provide immediate and long term support, helping to improve the employability skills of young people, raise their confidence and help prepare them for the workplace.

DATE ADDED:
13-11-2017
Endometriosis (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1035810
WEB:
CONTACT:
Helen North
TEL:
(020) 7222 2781
FAX:
(020) 7222 2786
ADDRESS:
Suites 1-2, 46 Manchester Street, London, UK, W1U 7LS
Endometriosis is a chronic disease affecting some 1.5 million UK women. There is no known cause or cure, it takes 8 years to diagnose and can have a severe impact on quality of life. We offer a wide range of support and information. Our helpline (0808 808 2227) and groups are staffed by trained volunteers, all of whom have Endrometriosis which helps fight the diseases inherent isolation.