Charities

Annabelle's Challenge (UK)
CHARITY NO:
1157074
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sarah Griffin
TEL:
(0161) 207 8337
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
5 Wilby Close, Bury, Lancashire, UK, BL8 1XU
Annabelle's Challenge is raising awareness of vascular EDS to the general public and medical profession to help aid an early diagnosis and prevent misdiagnosis of vascular EDS and to support members of the public who are affected by the condition.
Anne Frank Educational Trust UK
Anthony Nolan Trust
CHARITY NO:
803716
WEB:
CONTACT:
Robert Spigel
TEL:
020 7284 1234
FAX:
020 7284 8226
ADDRESS:
Royal Free Hospital, Pond Street, London, NW3 2QG
The Anthony Nolan Trust takes back lives from Leukaemia by managing, and recruiting new donors to the UKs most successful bone marrow register. It conducts pioneering research into the treatment of bone marrow disorders and improving the effectiveness of bone marrow transplants. We rely on financial support to continue our lifesaving work.
Anti-Slavery International
CHARITY NO:
1049160
WEB:
CONTACT:
Raj Dasani
TEL:
020 7501 8920
FAX:
020 7738 4110
ADDRESS:
Thomas Clarkson House, The Stableyard, Broomgrove Road, London, SW9 9TL
Anti-Slavery International is committed to eliminating all forms of slavery in today's world through research, raising awareness and campaigning with commitment and determination slavery can be defeated - today's fight will lead to tomorrow's freedom.
Anxiety UK
CHARITY NO:
1113403
WEB:
CONTACT:
Hazel Whittle
TEL:
(08444) 775774
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Zion CRC , 339 Stretford Road, Hulme, Manchester, M15 4ZY
Anxiety UK works to relieve and support those living with anxiety and anxiety-based depression by providing information, support and understanding via an extensive range of services, including 1:1 therapy. We work regularly with external agencies and healthcare professionals to improve services for those living with anxiety and anxiety-based depression and also campaign to raise awareness of the conditions.
DATE ADDED:
07-06-2016
Aquabox (UK)
Arboricultural Association
CHARITY NO:
1083845
WEB:
CONTACT:
Jack Hutchings
TEL:
(01242) 522152
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
The Malthouse, Stroud Green, Stonehouse, Gloucestershire, GL10 3DL

The Arboricultural Association (the AA) was founded in 1964 bringing together the civic and commercial sectors to deliver a united voice for trees; with its 3200 members, it is the largest professional body in the UK for the amenity tree care professional. Amenity trees are those with recreational, functional, environmental, ecological, social, health or aesthetic value as opposed to those cultivated as a timber crop. The AA is regarded by many as being the focal point for world-class best practice in arboriculture and is the UK home for all sectors of arboriculture, civic, commercial and academic and the home for all levels of tree care professional, craft, technical, supervisory, managerial or consultancy. Our professional members are increasingly employed and consulted, wherever there are trees, all over the world, to deliver specialist advice and operations. Our purpose is to promote the sustainable management of trees for the benefit of society, in areas where people live, work and play.

DATE ADDED:
12-08-2019
Ardgowan Hospice
Argyll Animal Aid (UK)
CHARITY NO:
SCO13211
WEB:
CONTACT:
Jean Sutherland
TEL:
01631 720311
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Lochandubh Kennels and Cattery, Achacha, Barcaldine, Argyll, PA37 1SF
We are an animal charity with the main aim to promote animal welfare and to care for and rehome mainly dogs and cats in our care.
DATE ADDED:
21-10-2015
Arkive
FAX:
Database of endanger
Army Museums Ogilby Trust
Army Navy Airforce Help Support & Advisory Group
CHARITY NO:
1082214
WEB:
CONTACT:
Kenneth Hatton
TEL:
(01665) 712898
FAX:
(01665) 712898
ADDRESS:
67 Gloster Park, Amble, Northumberland, UK, NE65 0JA
A Non-Profit Making charity dedicated to improving the standard of living of War Disabled Ex-Servicemen and Women. We assist any Disabled Veterans from any war. Our services are Free Of Any Charges. Call us anytime for Membership and Free Application Form. We need funds to help our heroes.
Arrhythmia Alliance
CHARITY NO:
1107496
WEB:
CONTACT:
Trudie Lobban
TEL:
01789 450787
FAX:
01789 450682
ADDRESS:
PO Box 3697, Stratford Upon Avon, Warwickshire, CV37 8YL
Promoting better understanding, diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for individuals with cardiac arrhythmia.
Artfund (UK)
Arthritis Action (UK)
CHARITY NO:
292569
WEB:
CONTACT:
Richard Congdon
TEL:
020 3781 7120
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
64 Victoria Street, London, UK, SW1E 6QP
They are committed to helping people enjoy a more active lifestyle and give them a more care-free life while reducing the symptoms associated with the disease. Their programs involve proven methods of combining a healthy eating regime along with daily fitness. Free consultation is available. They are the only UK-based charity to have developed a self-help program which involves both a healthy diet plan and regular physical therapy in combination.
DATE ADDED:
13-12-2015
Arthritis Care
CHARITY NO:
206563
WEB:
CONTACT:
Jo O'Boyle
TEL:
0207 380 6500
FAX:
0207 380 6505
ADDRESS:
18 Stephenson Way, London, NW1 2HD
Arthritis Care is the UK's largest voluntary organisation working with and for all with arthritis. It provides information and support on a range of issues related to living with arthritis. Arthritis Care campaigns locally and nationally to make sure people with arthritis have access to the treatments and services they deserve. Call Arthritis Care's freephone confidential helpline service on 0808 800 4050 from 10am to 4pm Monday to Friday or e-mail helplines@arthritiscare.org.uk. Visit the website at, http://www.arthritiscare.org.uk
Arthritis Research Campaign
CHARITY NO:
207711
WEB:
CONTACT:
Please See Our Website
TEL:
01246 558033
FAX:
01246 558007
ADDRESS:
Copeman House, St Mary's Court, St Mary's Gate, Chesterfield, S41 7TD
The Arthritis Research Campaign is a medical research charity raising money to find the cause of rheumatic disease. It also aims to promote a better understanding of rheumatic diseases by publishing a range of free information leaflets which have been written by medical specialists to answer questions which are commonly raised by people with arthritis.
ASCT
CHARITY NO:
272328
WEB:
CONTACT:
Alison Morey
TEL:
(01276) 707633
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Community Link, Surrey Heath House, Knoll Road, Camberley, Surrey, GU15 3HH
For over 35 years, Asian Students Christian Trust (ASCT) have been supporting the poorest children of the most deprived families in the Philippines. The tools of our work are love, the free provision of homely, secure accommodation and first class education for children who otherwise are likely live and die on city streets. We support nearly 300 children and believe that we can assist everyone of these children to reach their full potential through education, breaking the cycle of poverty that they have been born into.
Aspens Charities
CHARITY NO:
1171446
WEB:
CONTACT:
Mariana Arrieta
TEL:
(01892) 822168
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
Cornford Lane, Pembury, Tunbridge Wells, UK, TN2 4QU

Following the coming together of Autism Sussex and Pepenbury, Aspens is united in offering over 100 years of experience and expertise in South East England, including Kent, East Sussex, Brighton & Hove, West Sussex and London Borough of Bexley. At Aspens, we provide support to children, young people and adults with a range of disabilities, complex needs and those on the autism spectrum. We help children to develop the skills they need to live independently as adults; and adults to realise their potential, fulfil their ambitions and achieve greater independence. Our highly trained staff provide a personalised service focused on individual needs and offer support and advice to empower families, carers and other professionals to confidently look after those who benefit from our services.

DATE ADDED:
09-04-2019
Aspire Oxford
CHARITY NO:
1117726
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sarah Fisher
TEL:
(01865) 204450
FAX:
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ADDRESS:
St Thomas School, Osney Lane, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 1NJ
Aspire helps local people who have experienced disadvantage, including addiction and homelessness, to gain work experience and access support and training. They gain placements on a number of social enterprises, including recycling and gardening teams, which in turn provide valuable services to the people and businesses of Oxford.