Charities

Esmee Fairbairn Foundation (UK)
CHARITY NO:
200051
WEB:
CONTACT:
See Our Website
TEL:
(0207) 812 3700
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Kings Place, 90 York Way, London, UK, N1 9AG
Essex Wildlife Trust (UK)
FAX:
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Esuubi (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1115864
WEB:
CONTACT:
Jon Campion-Smith
TEL:
(07788) 424585
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
8 Overbrae, Beckenham, Kent, UK, BR3 1SX
Through building strong, sustainable communities which care for their weakest and defend their most vulnerable, Esuubi's vision is to see Uganda where every child knows the love of a mother, the support of a family and the hope of a future.
Everyman (UK)
FAX:
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Evidence for Development (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1109840
WEB:
CONTACT:
Celia Petty
TEL:
Awaiting info
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Evidence For Development, London, England, UK, SE1 7SJ

Evidence for Development (EfD) seeks to reduce poverty by improving the quality and effectiveness of development decisions and programmes around the world and promoting openness, impact and accountability at every level - from regional or national policies affecting the lives of millions to more localised projects that work closely with individual households.

Exceed Worldwide
CHARITY NO:
1032476
WEB:
CONTACT:
Alan Simpson
TEL:
028 9266 7704
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Exceed Support Office, PO Box 429, Hillsborough, UK, BT28 9EX
Exceed Worldwide, known as 'Exceed', supports people with disabilities living in poverty by providing free Prosthetic and Orthotic (P&O) services in South and Southeast Asia. It does this by:   Equipping - Exceed trains Prosthetist Orthotists (POs) to international standards at 5 P&O schools. At rehabilitation clinics linked to these schools, POs make and fit artificial limbs (prostheses) and supports (orthothes) for those least able to pay for these life changing services.   Enabling  - Training POs enables them to provide P&O treatment through which people with disabilities gain or regain mobility and a pathway to opportunity. Additional community-based support enables children, young people and adults with disabilities to access education and training, gain employment and take part in society on equal terms.    Empowering - With growing confidence and self-esteem, the people Exceed supports often become role models and self-advocates for people with disabilities and their rights.
DATE ADDED:
23-01-2017
Extend Exercise Training Ltd (UK)
CHARITY NO:
802498
WEB:
CONTACT:
Ruth Griffiths
TEL:
01582 832760
FAX:
01582 832760
ADDRESS:
2 Place Farm, Wheathampstead, Hertfordshire, UK, AL4 8SB
EXTEND provides recreational movement to music for the over 60s and less able of any age. The purpose of our classes is that they stimulate and encourage physical and mental health. The course includes Anatomy, Physiology and Kinesiology, the Process of Ageing, Class Planning and the EXTEND philosophy. EXTEND largely relies on donations.
Fable Charity
CHARITY NO:
1058958
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sarah Osborne-Green
TEL:
(01142) 755335
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
37 - 39 Bedford Street, Sheffield, South Yorkshire, UK, S12 2NQ
A national epilepsy charity helping those affected by the condition, through a variety of ways.
DATE ADDED:
10-01-2017
Fairtrade Foundation (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1043886
WEB:
CONTACT:
Frances Robathan
TEL:
020 7405 5942
FAX:
020 7405 5943
ADDRESS:
Room 204, 16 Baldwins Gardens, London, UK, EC1N 7RJ
The Foundation is the UK member of Fairtrade Labelling Organisations International (FLO) and licenses the FAIRTRADE Mark - an Independent consumer label which appears on products as an independent guarantee that disadvantaged producers in the developing world are getting a better deal.
Fairyland Trust (UK)
FAX:
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Families Need Fathers
CHARITY NO:
276899
WEB:
CONTACT:
Colin
TEL:
(0300) 0300 363
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
134 Curtain Road, London, UK, EC2A 3AR
FNF is a charity chiefly concerned with the problems of maintaining a child's relationship with both parents and extended family during and after family breakdown. FNF provides emotional and practical support via their helpline, 50 UK branches, comprehensive website and other resources for members that will help them to have a meaningful relationship with their children. Our Helpline is available from 9am - 10pm Monday - Friday and from 10am - 3pm at weekends 0300 0300 363
DATE ADDED:
14-07-2016
Family Action (UK)
Family Education Trust (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1070500
WEB:
CONTACT:
Norman Wells
TEL:
020 8894 2525
FAX:
020 8894 3535
ADDRESS:
Jubilee House, 19-21 High Street, Whitton, Twickenham, Middlesex, UK, TW2 7LB
Family Education Trust is a research organisation concerned with the causes and consequences of family breakdown. It seeks to promote stable family life and the welfare of children and young people through its publications and media profile, and by means of its submissions to government consultations and inquiries.
Family Fund (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1053866
WEB:
CONTACT:
Information Officer
TEL:
0845 130 4542
FAX:
01904 652625
ADDRESS:
PO Box 50, York, UK, YO1 9ZX
We champion an inclusive society where families with severely disabled or seriously ill children have choices and the opportunity to enjoy ordinary life.
Family Links
CHARITY NO:
1062514
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sally Alden
TEL:
(01865) 401 800
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Unit 2-3 Fenchurch Court, Bobby Fryer Close, Cowley, Oxford, OX4 6ZN

Family Links has been working throughout the UK for over 20 years to support children, parents and teachers with their emotional health and wellbeing, with an emphasis on early intervention. We aim to empower children, parents, families, schools and workplaces to prioritise positive emotional health, by delivering innovative, high quality training to health and social care services, third sector organisations, schools and universities. We aim to reach parents and their families whether they are at home, at school or at work.

DATE ADDED:
10-01-2019
Family Lives (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1077722
WEB:
CONTACT:
Jeremy Todd (Chief Executive)
TEL:
(0207) 553 3080
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
CAN Mezzanine, 49-51 East Road, London, UK, N1 6AH

Family Lives is a charity that supports parents, young people and families in England with all aspects of family life. They can be contacted via the helpline, as well as through E-mail, Skype and live chat. All contact details on our website above.

Family Planning Association (UK)
CHARITY NO:
250187
WEB:
CONTACT:
Paul Fleming
TEL:
020 7837 5432
FAX:
020 7837 3042
ADDRESS:
2-12 Pentonville Road, London, N1 9FP
FPA is the only registered UK charity working to create a society with positive and open attitudes to sex. We believe that everyone has the right to make informed choices about sexual health. Everyday we work to ensure that anyone can get the high quality information and services they need. Our work directly supports men and women of all ages, parents, children and young people as well as health, education and social services professionals and workers in community projects.
FareShare (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1100051
WEB:
CONTACT:
Enquiries
TEL:
(020) 7394 2468
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Unit 7 Deptford Trading Estate, Blackhorse Road, Deptford, London, SE8 5HY
FareShare is a UK wide charity fighting hunger and food waste. We redistribute good food that would otherwise go to waste to frontline charities and community groups that support vulnerable people. FareShare reaches 320 towns and cities, 995 towns and cities, providing food for 18.3 million meals to almost 22 million meals, supporting 211,565 people to supporting just under half a million people every week. The 2,489 charities that receive food from FareShare to the 4,652 charities that receive food through fareshare provide a lifeline to vulnerable people, including homeless hostels, children’s breakfast clubs, domestic violence refuges and community cafes. By receiving food from FareShare, these organisations are better able to provide nutritious meals alongside life-changing support.
DATE ADDED:
08-07-2016
Farm Africa (UK)
FARM-Africa (Food & Agricultural Research Management) (UK)
CHARITY NO:
326901
WEB:
CONTACT:
Christie Peacock (CE)
TEL:
0207 430 0440
FAX:
0207 430 0460
ADDRESS:
9-10 Southampton Place, Bloomsbury, London, UK, WC1A 2EA

FARM-Africa's goal is to reduce poverty by enabling marginal African farmers and herders to make sustainable improvements to their well being through more effective management of their renewable natural resources. It works in Kenya, Ethiopia, Tanzania, South Africa and Uganda.