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.
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.
Epilepsy Scotland is a national charity offering support and information via our confidential freephone helpline(0808 800 2200), information leaflets, welfare rights service, wellbeing service and youth service. We also deliver training and work with businesses and key stakeholders to ensure better and fairer services for the 55,000 people with epilepsy in Scotland.
ERIC is the only charity dedicated to the bowel and bladder health of all children and teenagers in the UK. We provide expert support, information and understanding to children and teenagers and enable parents, carers and professionals to help them establish good bowel and bladder health. We run a telephone and email helpline; operate an information-based website; provide printed information resources; run national campaigns to increase understanding and awareness of childhood continence problems and to combat the stigma associated with these conditions; collaborate with other charities and organisations to campaign for improvements in the NHS and education settings; train health and education professionals; run the UK’s only conference dedicated to paediatric continence; and operate an online shop selling life-changing continence products.