Rabbit Rescue and rehome centre based in Birmingham
FCFCG supports, represents and promotes community-managed farms and gardens helping local people build closer, healthier communities.
Fibromyalgia Action UK is a registered charity run primarily by unpaid volunteers. The majority of volunteers are also fibromyalgia sufferers who work extremely hard, despite their condition, in order to forward the cause of fibromyalgia. FMA UK was established in order to provide information and support to sufferers and their families. In addition, the charity provides medical information for professionals and operates a national helpline. We aim to encourage NHS and other funding sources for new research projects. At present there is very little research being carried out in the UK and sufferers are told there is no cure. We hope that will be a statement of the past. Mission Statement To improve the lives of people with fibromyalgia by increasing awareness of the condition throughout the UK and elsewhere, and improve the awareness of, and access to treatments for fibromyalgia.
We support families affected by amputation or limb absence through a range of sporting initiatives and social inclusion projects designed to positively affect both physical and mental wellbeing. Isolation is a huge problem for many amputees. It has been proven that quality of life and even life expectancy is greatly reduced without social inclusion, with as many as 30% of vascular amputees not surviving to one-year post amputation. FYF is key in addressing this issue. We are directly saving lives.
FISU, (Foundation for International Spiritual Unfoldment), is an international school that teaches the art of meditation and spiritual unfoldment.
To raise awareness and understanding of Functional Neurological Disorder. To coordinate a voluntary FND Patient's register to assist Doctors in the advancement of new and ongoing research, in partnership with the Genetic Alliance. To work with Medical & Allied Heath Professionals to provide a better understanding of FND, improve medical protocols and promote ethical standards for FND through personal contact, advocacy and training.