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Stroke Association (UK)(Charity Number)211015
(Contact) See Our WebsiteTel: 020 7566 0300
240 City Road,Fax: 020 7490 2686
London,http://www.stroke.org.uk
UK,InformationService@stroke.org.uk
EC1V 2PR
The Stroke Association is a national charity with stroke in people of all ages. The Stroke Information Service provides personalised information through a dedicated helpline, e-mails and letters. Resources: Free quarterly magazine, six core leaflets, over 40 factsheets and resource sheets. Communication and Family & Carers support services.
 
 
1 to 3(Charity Number)1082151
(Contact) Meg LyonTel: 01604 890144
7 Northampton Road,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Denton,http://www.1to3.org.uk
Northamptonshire,meg.lyon@1to3.org.uk
UK,NN7 1DL
1 to 3 are a charity that support the community of Wellingara in the Gambia through child sponsorship and donations. We are currently building a health centre to support the community and help save lives.
 
 
2469 Squadron Air Training Corps(Charity Number)1131/89
(Contact) Chris MyersTel: (01392) 435490
7 Buller Road,Fax: Use E-mail Link
St Thomas,http://www.2469.co.nr
Exeter,admin@2469sqn.zzn.co.uk
Devon,
 
 
25 Per Cent ME Group(Charity Number)
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3H Fund(Charity Number)
(Contact) Janet PoultonTel: 01892 547474
147aCamden RoadFax: 01892 524703
Tunbridge Wellshttp://www.3hfund.org.uk
Kentjanet@3hfund.org.uk
TN1 2RA
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4 Children(Charity Number)288285
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A Rocha International(Charity Number)288634
(Contact) Barbara MearnsTel: 01387 710286
3 Hooper StreetFax: 01387 710286
Cambridgehttp://www.arocha.org
Cambridgeshireinternational@arocha.org
CB1 2NZ
A Rocha is an international Christian wildlife conservation organisation. Projects are frequently cross-cultural in character, and share a community emphasis, with a focus on science and research, practical conservation and environmental education. We run field study centres or other projects in nearly twenty countries.
 
 
A Rocha UK(Charity Number)1089276
(Contact) Steve HughesTel: 0208 574 5935
18/19 Avenue RoadFax: Use E-mail Link
Southallwww.arocha.org.uk
Middlesexuk@arocha.org
UKUB1 3BL
A Rocha is a Christian environmental charity which encourages people to take practical action to look after the earth - via practical projects, education, and advocacy.
 
 
A1 Steam Locomotive Trust(Charity Number)
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AAA-NORCAP(Charity Number)1063428
(Contact) Jean MilstedTel: (01865) 875999
112 Church Road,Fax: (01865) 875686
Wheatley,http://www.norcap.org.uk
Oxford,enquiries@norcap.org
Oxfordshire,OX33 1LU
Adults Affected by Adoption-NORCAP is an adoption support and intermediary agency registered with Ofsted. We offer a range of services to adults affected by adoption and hold the largest adoption contact register in the UK.
 
 
Abbeyfield Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
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Aberlour Child Care Trust(Charity Number)
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AbilityNet(Charity Number)
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Abingdon Bowls Club(Charity Number)
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Abingdon College & District Film Society (UK)(Charity Number)
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Abney Park Cemetery Trust(Charity Number)
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Above and Beyond(Charity Number)229945
(Contact) Andrew MonkTel: (0117) 927 7120
The Abbots House,Fax: (0117) 925 2017
Blackfriars,http://www.aboveandbeyond.org.uk
Bristol,cordelial@gwsmedia.com
UK,BS1 2NZ
Registered Bristol Charity, Above and Beyond aims to maintain and improve the care and support for patients and their relatives through enhancing the facilities and surroundings of a network of eight United Bristol Healthcare NHS Trust Hospitals. The charitable trust provides specialist equipment, ongoing research and professional development training.
 
 
ACE Centre Advisory Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Oxford: technology f
 
 
ACE Centre North(Charity Number)1089313
(Contact) Stephen CarollTel: (0161) 358 0151
Hollinwood Business Centre,Fax: (0161) 358 0152
Alvert Street,http://www.ace-north.org.uk
Oldham,enquiries@ace-north.org.uk
Lancashire,OL8 3QL
ACE Centre North provides expertise in the use of Assistive Technology (AT) and Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC) to people of all ages with communication and physical disabilities to help with their communication, learning and daily living.
 
 
ACEBabes(Charity Number)
(Contact) Doriver LilleyTel: 01332 833851
8 Yarwell CloseFax: Supporting families
Derwent Heightshttp://www.acebabes.co.uk
Derby01332 832558
Doriver@acebabes.co.
 
 
ACIE(Charity Number)1077154
(Contact) Fiona Gordon (Director)Tel: 01524 348920
The GatehouseFax: 01524 348920
Whitecross,http://www.acie.org.uk
South Road,info@acie.org.uk
Lancaster,LA1 4XQ
The Association of Charity Independent Examiners provides support, training and a professional qualification for people who act as independent examiners to charities in accordance with the Charities Act 1993. It also provides a referral service for charities seeking a suitably qualified independent examiner.
 
 
Acorns Childrens Hospice Trust(Charity Number)700859
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 0845 128 4444
Drakes Court,Fax: 01564 825066
Alcester Road,http://www.acorns.org.uk
Wythall,fundraising@acorns.org.uk
Birmingham,B47 6JR
Acorns supports more than 500 life-limited children and their families in the West Midlands and Three Counties. Most of our funding comes from public donations.
 
 
ACT(Charity Number)1075541
(Contact) Sue ThatcherTel: 0117 922 1556
Orchard HouseFax: 0117 930 4707
Orchard Lanehttp://www.act.org.uk
Bristolinfo@act.org.uk
BS1 5DT
ACT (Association for Children with Life-threatening or Terminal Conditions and their Families) is a national registered charity which works to promote the best possible palliative and supportive care for children with life-threatening and life-limiting conditions and their families. ACT has a helpline and database of useful organisations plus a range of resources for professionals, such as publications, research, training and membership.
 
 
Action for Advocacy(Charity Number)1103575
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 020 7820 7868
PO Box 31856Fax: 020 7820 9947
Lorrimore Squarehttp://www.actionforadvocacy.org.uk
Londoninfo@actionforadvocacy.org.uk
SE15 5NR
We are the UKs leading support and resource agency for the independent advocacy sector. Developing and advancing training, capacity and effectiveness of the sector via a range of support and information services.
 
 
Action for ASD(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Autistic spectrum di
 
 
Action For Blind People(Charity Number)205913
(Contact) Peter HoltonTel: 020 7635 4800
14-16 Verney RoadFax: 020 7635 4900
Londonhttp://www.actionforblindpeople.org.uk
SE16 3DZinfo@actionforblindpeople.org.uk
Action for Blind People is an expert national organisation, ensuring blind and partially sighted people receive free and confidential support in all aspects of their lives. Action ensures that visually impaired people receive help with employment, benefits, housing issues, aids and adaptations, holiday breaks and local services.
 
 
Action For Children(Charity Number)1097940/SC038092
(Contact) Action For ChildrenTel: (0300) 123 2112
3 The Boulevard,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Ascot Road,http://www.actionforchildren.org.uk
Watford,ask.us@actionforchildren.org.uk
England,WD18 8AG
At Action for Children, our vision is a world where all children have a sense of belonging and are loved and valued. We work with around 200,000 of the UK's most vulnerable and neglected children, young people and their families, and we'll be there for as long as it takes to make a difference in their lives. To find out about the work we do - and how we're committed to tackling child neglect - visit us at, http://www.actionforchildren.org.uk), or, http://www.actionforchildren.org.uk/get-involved
 
 
Action for Children in Conflict(Charity Number)1060894
(Contact) Maria ClemonsTel: 01793 767820
27b High Street,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Highworth,http://www.actionchildren.org
Swindon,info@actionchildren.org
Wiltshire,SN6 7AG
Action for Children in Conflict (AfCiC) is a UK based non-governmental organisation. AfCiC works to break cycles of violence, hatred and despair by providing psychological, emotional and educational support for children and young people in conflict and poverty to enable them to come to terms with their past experiences, make the most of their present, and build a better future. AfCiC, in its many projects undertaken in the past and today, has acquired a special and proven ability to identify, design and implement Programmes aimed at relieving the suffering of Children affected by various forms of Conflict or Crisis, be it war, Famine, Sickness, Persecution or simply neglect. These programmes are usually based on a simple three-part structure, including Sanctuary, Rehabilitation and Regeneration back into a more accepting Social environment. We currently have programmes in Kenya and Tanzania.
 
 
Action For Leisure(Charity Number)1087800
(Contact) Kelly EdwardsTel: 01926 650195
Action For LeisureFax: 01926 650104
c/o Warwickshire Collegehttp://www.actionforleisure.org.uk
Moreton Morellenquiries@actionforleisure.org.uk
CV35 9BL
Action for Leisure promotes play and leisure with and for disabled adults and children. There are four services: Information service including a database of information;
 
 
Action for M.E.(Charity Number)1036419
(Contact) Heather PillingerTel: 0117 927 9551
3rd FloorFax: 0117 927 9552
Canningford Househttp://www.afme.org.uk
38 Victoria Streetadmin@afme.org.uk
BristolBS1 6BY
Action for M.E. is the UKs leading charity dedicated to improving the lives of people with M.E. We have been at the forefront of the campaign for more research, better treatments and services since 1987, and we provide information and support to people affected by the condition.
 
 
Action for Sick Children(Charity Number)
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Action International Ministries (UK)(Charity Number)
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Fax: Working with street
 
 
Action Medical Research(Charity Number)208701
(Contact) Please See Our WebsiteTel: 01403 210 406
Vincent HouseFax: 01403 210 541
North Paradehttp://www.action.org.uk
Horshaminfo@action.org.uk
RH12 2DP
Action Medical Research is dedicatted to creating a future without disease and disability. Our work is not restricted to any single part of medicine. For over fifty years, we have been funding medical breakthroughs helped by the most forward thinking people in the country: our researchers, our fundraisers and our donors.
 
 
Action on Disability and Development(Charity Number)294860
(Contact) Ruth KnaggTel: 01373 473064
Vallis HouseFax: 01373 452075
57 Vallis Roadhttp://www.add.org.uk
Fromeadd@add.org.uk
SomersetBA11 3EG
Disabled people are often poor. Poor people are more likely to become disabled. This is especially true in Africa and Asia, but they don't want hand-outs. They want to be able to earn a living and support themselves. ADD is a charity, which helps them do that.
 
 
Action on Elder Abuse(Charity Number)1048397
(Contact) Maggie EvansTel: 0208 765 7000
Astral HouseFax: 0208 679 4074
1268 London Roadhttp://www.elderabuse.org.uk
Londonenquiries@elderabuse.org.uk
SW16 4ER
Action on Elder Abuse (AEA) works to protect, and prevent the abuse of, vulnerable older adults. We were the first charity to address these problems and are the only charity in the UK and in Ireland working exclusively on the issue today. We also have a freephone Helpline 080 8808 8141.
 
 
Action on Smoking and Health(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: ASH
 
 
Action Water(Charity Number)292673
(Contact) Lynda Battersby or NeilTel: 01209 210567
Bartles Industrial EstateFax: 01209 210567
North Streetwww.actionwater.org.uk
Redruthinfo@actionwater.org.uk
CornwallTR15 1HR
An innovative unique charity that refurbishes water tanker trucks for emergency and community use in Africa. We also fund small scale, village-based water projects such as rainwater harvesting schemes and bio-latrines. Many are in areas where no other aid agencies operate. Donations are gratefully received and always acknowledged.
 
 
Action with Communities in Rural England(Charity Number)1061568
(Contact) Sylvia BrownTel: 01285 653477
Somerford CourtFax: 01285 654537
Somerford Roadhttp://www.acre.org.uk
Cirencesteracre@acre.org.uk
GloucestershireGL7 1TW
ACRE is active in promoting the interests of rural communities. It acts as the national umbrella organisation for 38 Rural Community Councils throughout England. ACRE aims to promote a healthy, vibrant and sustainable rural community sector that is well connected to policies and initiatives at national, regional, sub regional and local levels.
 
 
ActionAid(Charity Number)274467
(Contact) Hamlyn HouseTel: 020 7561 7561
Macdonald HouseFax: 020 7272 0899
Londonhttp://www.actionaid.org
N19 5PGmail@actionaid.org.uk
ActionAid is one of the UK's largest development agencies. We work in partnership with over 9 million of the world's poorest people in over 30 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Carribbean. Our mission is to eradicate poverty by overcoming the injustice and inequity that cause it.
 
 
Ada Cole Rescue Stables(Charity Number)
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Addaction(Charity Number)
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Addiction Recovery Foundation(Charity Number)328133
(Contact) Deirdre BoydTel: 020 723 353 33
193 Victoria StreetFax: Use E-mail Link
Londonhttp://www.addictiontoday.org
UKeditor@addictiontoday.org
SW1E 5NE
Information on how to recover from addiction, for sufferers, families, professionals and other carers. Journal, Website, Conference and more.
 
 
ADHD UK Alliance(Charity Number)1097178
(Contact) Jim HedgelandTel: 020 7608 8760
209-211 City RoadFax: 020 8770 1554
Londonhttp://www.adhdalliance.org.uk
EC1V 1JNinfo@adhdalliance.org.uk
Working together to raise awareness, influence policy and improve services for children, parents, adults and families affected by ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) and related conditions.
 
 
Adoption UK(Charity Number)326654
(Contact) Head OfficeTel: (01295) 752240
Linden House,Fax: (01295) 752241
55 The Green, South Bar Street,http://www.adoptionuk.org
Banbury,admin@adoptionuk.org.uk
Oxfordshire,OX16 9AB
Adoption UK is a national charity that provides information, training and guidance at all stages of the adoption process and has a wealth of experience from generations of adoptive families. We believe that peer support and the exchange of knowledge and experiences between adoptive parents is a crucial part of adoption support.
 
 
Advocates for International Development (A4ID)(Charity Number)1118565
(Contact) Katie HuttTel: 020 3116 2799
24th Floor,Fax: Use E-mail Link
The Broadgate Tower,http://www.a4id.org
20 Primrose Street,info@a4id.org
London, UK,EC2A 2RS
A charity that facilities free legal assistance to organisations and governments working to achieve the UN Millenium Development Goals. Organises educational programmes to highlight the importance of law in international development.
 
 
Aerobility(Charity Number)1149629
(Contact) Mike Miller-SmithTel: (0303) 303 1230
Blackbushe Airport,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Camberley,http://www.aerobility.com
Surrey,info@aerobility.com
UK,GU17 9LQ
Flying Charity For The Disabled.
 
 
AFASIC(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Children with speech
 
 
Afghanaid(Charity Number)1045348
(Contact) Amanda CurleyTel: 0207 065 0828
Development HouseFax: 0207 065 0826
56-64 Leonard Streethttp://www.afghanaid.org.uk
Londoninfo@afghanaid.org.uk
EC2A 4LT
Afghanaid has worked with over 500,000 adults and children in Afghanistan over the last two decades helping relieve poverty through stainable rural development. Our work has an immediate affect helping build a future where people have healthier lives.
 
 
Africa 2000(Charity Number)1116590
(Contact) Femi RennerTel: (0207) 096 1092
Chestnut Community Centre,Fax: (0208) 802 1697
280 St Anns Road,http://www.africa2000.org.uk
London,admin@africa2000.org.uk
Greater London,N15 5BN
Charity working to eradicate poverty in a Africa and Africans in diaspora. To develop the capacity and skills of members of socially and economically disadvantaged persons and communities in such a way that they are better able to identify, and help meet, their needs and participate more fully in society.
 
 
Africa Centre(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: London: arts
 
 
African Bird Club(Charity Number)
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African Caribbean Leukaemia Trust(Charity Number)1058739
(Contact) Orin LewisTel: 020 8667 1122
PO Box 670Fax: 020 8667 1626
Croydonhttp://www.aclt.org
Surreyinfo@aclt.org
CR9 5DP
The ACLT, established in June 1996 by the parents of former Leukaemia sufferer Daniel De-Gale, has raised the number of Black people on the UK Bone Marrow register from 550 to 18,500. A blood test will put you on the register. Bone Marrow is a blood like liquid, which can be donated by one person to another person in a simple procedure.
 
 
Against Breast Cancer(Charity Number)1020967
(Contact) Ann ByardTel: 01235 820777
B363 Currie Avenue,Fax: 01235 820506
Harwell Science & Innovation Campus,http://www.aabc.org.uk
Didcot,abyard@aabc.org.uk
Oxfordshire,OX11 0RA
Against Breast Cancer is a registered charity funding vital nationwide research into breast cancer secondary spread. Our aim is to increase survival after breasr cancer treatment, through new research into diet and lifestyle and information gathered will also contribute to the development of cancer vaccines.
 
 
Age Concern (Stafford & District)(Charity Number)1064087
(Contact) Vernon ElkinTel: 01785 607060
Age Concern (Stafford & District)Fax: 01785 607063
Bradbury Househttp://www.ageconcernstafford.org.uk
Weston Roadvernon@ageconcern.freeserve.co.uk
StaffordST16 3RS
Age Concern Stafford & District provides a range of services & activities for older persons & their carers. We relieve loneliness by offering friendship & support. We relieve worry by offering practical help & information. We increase awareness of all ages to the problems and difficulties which older persons may face & to the potential for joy in later life. We work with the statutory agencies to improve the quality of care provided for older persons.
 
 
Age Concern England(Charity Number)261794
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 020 8765 7200
Astral HouseFax: Use E-mail Link
1268 London Roadhttp://www.ageconcern.org.uk
LondonSee Website
SW16 4ER
Age Concern England is the UK's largest organisation working with and for older people. We provide information and advice on various issues concerning later life including benefits, care, health and housing. We also campaign nationally on issues affecting older people.
 
 
Age Exchange(Charity Number)
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Age Scotland(Charity Number)SC 010100
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 0845 833 0200
Causewayside House,Fax: Use E-mail Link
160 Causewayside,http://www.agescotland.org.uk
Edinburghshopenquiries@agescotland.org.uk
Scotland,EH9 1PR
Age Scotland aims to help all older people present a strong and effective voice and to reduce the challenges for those facing serious and multiple disadvantages as they grow older.
 
 
Age UK(Charity Number)
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AgeCare(Charity Number)216613
(Contact) Myra SotirisTel: 020 7637 4577
47 Great Russell StreetFax: 020 7323 6878
Londonhttp://www.agecare.org.uk
WC1B 3PBenquiries@agecare.org.uk
Agecare seeks to improve the care and well being of older people who are physically frail or suffering from dementia, through a combination of continuous development of good practice in its own homes. Now through the AgeCare Awards training programme, we are able to extend to others in the field the benefit of our experience and research.
 
 
Aid for Romanian Children(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: ARC
 
 
Aid to Russia and The Republics(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Christian Another ad
 
 
Aidis Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
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Akash Child & Women Welfare Society(Charity Number)vswa/ict/379
(Contact) Riaz Mahmood (Chairman)Tel: 0923335118715
Teh CourtsFax: Use E-mail Link
SohawaPlease Provide info, Re: Website
Distt Jhelumriaz_akash@hotmail.com
Pakistan
Akash Child & Women Welfare Society provide food to hungry children, free medicine, medical aid, and legal aids. Our charity works only on humanitarian grounds, we provide free legal aid on human rights, violation, this also includes free education.
 
 
Albert Kennedy Trust(Charity Number)1093815
(Contact) Albert Kennedy TrustTel: (020) 7831 6562
Unit 203 Hatton Square Business Centre,Fax: (020) 7405 6929
16/16a Baldwins Gardens,http://www.akt.org.uk
London,jonathan@akt.org.uk
UK,EC1N 7RJ
The Albert Kennedy Trust works with young lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans people aged 16 to 25 who are in crisis assisting with supported housing, mentoring, information, advice and advocacy in Greater London and Greater Manchester.
 
 
Alcohol Concern(Charity Number)291705
(Contact) Information TeamTel: 0207 922 8667
Waterbridge HouseFax: 0207 928 4644
32-36 Loman Streethttp://www.alcoholconcern.org.uk
Londoninfo@alcoholconcern.org.uk
SE1 0EE
Alcohol Concern is the national agency on alcohol misuse. It works to reduce the incidence and costs of alcohol-related harm and to increase the range and quality of services available to people with alcohol-related problems. If you wish to contact our Information Line above, that only operates between 1-5pm, Monday to Friday, otherwise call our Switchboard number, featured on our Website.
 
 
alcohol services for the community(Charity Number)1080715
(Contact) Tara GrievesonTel: 01582 723434
26-30 John StreetFax: 01582 417745
Lutonhttp://www.alcohol-services.co.uk
LU1 2JE
The aim of asc is to promote a healthier lifestyle without reliance on alcohol or any other drugs.
 
 
ALD Life(Charity Number)1106008
(Contact) Sara HuntTel: 0208 473 7493
PO Box 43642Fax: Use E-mail Link
Londonhttp://www.aldlife.org
SE22 0XRinfo@aldlife.org
ALD Life is dedicated to spporting families affected by the rare and terminal genetic disorder, adrenoleukodystrophy. ALD strips boys of all their faculties within months leaving them blind and completely helpless and dependent with no communication. Sadly, affected boys usually pass away within two years of diagnosis.
 
 
Alder Hey Imagine Appeal(Charity Number)1105610
(Contact) Madeleine FletcherTel: 0151 252 5716/5726
Alder Hey Children's HospitalFax: 0151 228 6845
Eaton Roadhttp://www.imagineappeal.com
Liverpoolmadeleine@imagineappeal.com
MerseysideL12 2AP
IMAGINE raises funds for Alder Hey Children's Hospital to help care for the health of over 200,000 patients every year. Each donation received is spent to improve the quality of life for children in hospital from researching medical conditions; building a better environment and providing support for patients and their families.
 
 
AlertNet(Charity Number)1082139
(Contact) Nina BrenjoTel: 020 7542 2432
85 Fleet StreetFax: 020 7278 9345
Londonhttp://www.alertnet.org
EC4P 4AJ
For news and information on emergency relief
 
 
Allen Lane Foundation(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Grants to UK outside
 
 
Allergy UK(Charity Number)1094231
(Contact) Lindsey McManusTel: 01322 619898
3 White Oak SquareFax: 01322 663480
London Roadhttp://www.allergyuk.org
Swanleyinfo@allergyuk.org
KentBR8 7AG
Allergy UK is a patient information service for sufferers of allergy, food intolerance and chemical sensitivity. We can provide NHS clinics, practical advice and support on all allergies.
 
 
Allsorts Youth Project (UK)(Charity Number)1123014
(Contact) Jess WoodTel: (01273) 721 211
Young Peoples Centre,Fax: Use E-mail Link
69 Ship Street,http://www.allsortsyouth.org.uk
Brighton,info@allsortsyouth.org.uk
East Sussex,BN1 1AE
Allsorts is a project based in Brighton to support and empower young people under 26 who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans or unsure (LGBTU) of their sexual orientation and/or gender identity. Services we offer: Weekly Drop-In on Tuesday evenings for those aged 16-25 between 5.30pm and 8.30pm. Male Matters (a young men's support group). TAG (a 15's and Under group). No Dress Code (Women's Group). Transformers (trans network for those aged 16-25). Young People's Voice (LGBT youth volunteering and campaign programme). Telephone, e-mail and one to one support to LGBTU young people with LGBT Youth Workers. Homophobia/biphobia/transphobia awareness training for staff at schools, colleges, youth services and other statutory and community organisations. Trained peer educators help run LGBT Youth Awareness workshops for young people at local schools, colleges and youth projects. Teen To Adult Personal Advisor (TAPA) one to one sessions.
 
 
Alongside Africa(Charity Number)7458896
(Contact) Lawrance TittertonTel: 07974 073736
Oriac House,Fax: Use E-mail Link
10 The Glenmore Centre,http://www.alongsideafrica.org
Folkestone,enquiries@alongsideafrica.org
Kent,CT19 4RJ
Vision: A world in which every individual has the opportunity to make a living. A UK based not for profit organisation committed to a world in which every person has the opportunity to earn a living. We do this by providing opportunities, not aid, focusing our efforts within developing countries.
 
 
Alpine Garden Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
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Alzheimer Scotland(Charity Number)SC022315
(Contact) Please see our WebsiteTel: 0131 243 1453
22 Drumsheugh GardensFax: 0131 243 1450
Edinburghhttp://www.alzscot.org
EH3 7RNalzheimer@alzscot.org
Scotland's major dementia charity, helps people with dementia, carers and families, providing information, support and practical services across Scotland and campaigning to improve public policies. Our Helpline is 0808 808 3000, (Freephone, 24 hours).
 
 
Alzheimer's Research Trust(Charity Number)1077089
(Contact) Please see our WebsiteTel: 01223 843899
Livanos HouseFax: 01223 843325
Granhams Roadhttp://www.alzheimers-research.org.uk
Cambridgeenquiries@alzheimers-research.org.uk
CB2 5LQ
The Alzheimer's Research Trust is the leading dementia research charity in the UK. The Trust funds major research to find an effective treatment or prevention for Alzheimer's and related dementias, including vascular dementia and Lewy Body dementia. With no government funding, voluntary donations are vital to the Trust's future research.
 
 
Alzheimer's Society(Charity Number)296645
(Contact) Please see our WebsiteTel: 020 7306 0606
Gordon HouseFax: 020 7306 0808
10 Greencoat Placehttp://www.alzheimers.org.uk
Londonenquiries@alzheimers.org.uk
SW1P 1PH
The Alzheimer's Society is the leading care and research charity for people with dementia and their carers. It provides information, support for carers, and quality day and home care. It funds research and campaigns for improved health and social services and greater public understanding of dementia.
 
 
Alzheimers Disease Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Darlington Branch
 
 
Amateur Entomologists Society(Charity Number)267430
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: Use E-mail Link
PO Box 8774Fax: Use E-mail Link
Londonhttp://www.amentsoc.org
UKcontact@amentsoc.org
SW7 5ZG
The Amateur Entomologists Society (AES) is the UKs leading organisation for people interested in insects. Our members include novices and professional scientists alike. The AES is a registered charity and is run by volunteers giving up their free time for the Society. We do not have a permanent office which is why there is no contact phone number. However, questions sent using the feedback form on our website are usually responded to within 48 hours.
 
 
Amazing Grace Centre(Charity Number)1080654
(Contact) Rev Tunde OgunmorotiTel: (07833) 296694
St Martins Family Church,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Goresbrook Road,http://www.cacagc.org
Dagenham,info@cacagc.org
Essex,RM9 6UX
What we aim to do is, show God's love by caring for all people, building and helping them to attain their potential as they find total liberty in Christ's power, to help those that are hurting, depressed, frustrated and confused to find find love, acceptance, hope, forgiveness, guidance and encouragement.
 
 
Amigos International(Charity Number)1119450
(Contact) Phil PugsleyTel: 07967 822464
7A Beech GroveFax: Use E-mail Link
Piltonhttp://www.amigos.org.uk
Barnstablephil@amigos.org.uk
DevonEX31 1PZ
The mission of Amigos is to make a positive difference in the lives of widows, orphans and underprivileged people in sub-Saharan Africa. Providing care, educational, vocational training, we will endeavour to empower the next generation of mothers and fathers to achieve their highest potential, helping them to become confident, caring and self-supporting individuals.
 
 
Amnesty International(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Warwickshire branch
 
 
AMRC(Charity Number)296772
(Contact) Sara EllisTel: 020 7269 8820
61 Grays Inn Road,Fax: 020 7269 8821
London,http://www.amrc.org.uk
WC1X 8TLinfo@amrc.org.uk
The Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC), is a Membership organisation of the leading medical and health research charities in the UK. Working with our members charities and partners, we aim to support the sectors effectiveness and advance medical research by developing best practice, providing information and guidance, improving public dialogue about research and science, and influencing the government.
 
 
Anant Sadhana Foundation(Charity Number)5150176
(Contact) SumanTel: 07960 855 885
5b Shrubbery RoadFax: Use E-mail Link
Streathamhttp://www.anantsadhana.com
Londonsuman@anantsadhana.com
SW16 2AS
In todays time, people in this world are so busy in collecting the best for them, that somewhere between all the struggles, they are forgetting who they are. They are lost, frightened, frustrated, and very tired. Tired of running around to fulfil demands and needs. Looking at the growing negligence of love and patience in the world, we have with the blessings of the Supreme formed Anant Sadhana Foundation, with just one aim and one goal, to teach people how to love themselves and extend this love to others.
 
 
Anatomical Society of Great Britain and Ireland(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Anchor Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Sheltered housing
 
 
Andover and District Mencap(Charity Number)1040832
(Contact) Emma SharrattTel: 01264 321840
Bonhomie CentreFax: 01264 321857
Southend Roadhttp://www.andovermencap.org
Andoveremma.sharratt@andovermencap.org
HampshireSP10 2DN
Andover and District Mencap works within Hampshire to support people with a learning disability to improve their life through enabling them to livre as normal a life as possible, helping them to exploit their strngths and enabling them to reach their full potential. We offer a birth to death service to those with a learning disability and their families.
 
 
Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome Support Group(Charity Number)1073297
(Contact) Margaret SimmondsTel: Use E-mail Link Only
Full Postal AddressFax: Use E-mail Link Only
Details Available onhttp://www.aissg.org
Website.Go to Website for E-mail
Worldwide Support Group Organisation, originating in the UK, providing information/support to adults and families affected by AIS - Androgen Insensitivity Syndrome (old name Testicular Feminization Syndrome or Testicular Femunisation Syndrome) - and similar conditions, e.g XY Gonadal Dysgenesis (Swyer's Syndrome), 5-Alpha Reductase Deficiency, Leydig Cell Hypoplasia, Mayer Rokitansky Kuster Hauser (MRKH) Syndrome, Mullerian Dysgenesis/Aplasia, Vaginal Atresia.
 
 
Anglo-Argentine Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Animal Health Trust(Charity Number)209642
(Contact) Animal Health TrustTel: (01638) 751000
Lanwades Park,Fax: (01638) 750410
Kentford,http://www.aht.org.uk
Newmarket,info@aht.org.uk
Suffolk,CB8 7UU
The Animal Health Trust exists to fight disease and injury in animals. Thanks to our pioneering work improving diagnosis, treatment and prevention, horses, dogs and cats are living healthier, happier lives - in the UK and across the world.
 
 
Animal Samaritans (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Animaline - Carla Lanes Animal Sanctuary(Charity Number)1031342
(Contact) Candi MilesTel: 01342 811377/810596
Broadhurst ManorFax: 01342 811377
Broadhurst Manor Roadhttp://www.carlalane.com/animaline
Horsted KeynesOffice@Animaline.Plus.Com
West SussexRH17 7BG
Established in 1983 - Our aims are to help sick, injured, orphaned, abandoned and neglected animals - both wildlife and domestic. Hundreds of animals come to us each year - no creature is ever turned away. Please help us to help them. Your support would be gratefully appreciated. Thank you.
 
 
Animals Asia Foundation(Charity Number)1086903
(Contact) Gill MaltbyTel: (01579) 347148
3 Ashleigh Meadow,Fax: (01579) 347343
Tregondale Farm,http://www.animalsasia.org
Menheniot,info@animalsasia.org
Cornwall, UK,PL14 3RG
Animals Asia is devoted to ending the barbaric practice of bear bile farming and improving the welfare of animals in China and Vietnam. We promote compassion and respect for all animals and work to bring about long-term change.
 
 
Animals in Distress(Charity Number)515886
(Contact) Wendy WhiteTel: 0161 775 2221
55 Silver StreetFax: Use E-mail Link
Irlamhttp://www.animals-in-distress.net
Manchesterfieldofdreams@ukonline.co.uk
M44 6HT
Irlam is a 24 hour rescue sanctuary on call out for wild life and pets that have been injured, starved or cruelly treated which have one to care for them. Irlam takes on peoples unwanted pets to rehome. We neuter all and microchip the dogs.
 
 
Animals in Mind(Charity Number)1063919
(Contact) Andrew ConstantTel: 01934 516714
31 Magdalen WayFax: Use E-mail Link
Worlehttp://www.animalsinmind.org.uk
Weston Super Mareinfo@animalsinmind.org.uk
North SomersetBS22 7PG
Animals in Mind exists to help owners whose pets have behaviour problems and to promote a better understanding of pet animals.
 
 
Anna Freud Centre(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Children's psychoana
 
 
Anne Frank Educational Trust UK(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Anthony Nolan Trust(Charity Number)803716
(Contact) Robert SpigelTel: 020 7284 1234
Royal Free HospitalFax: 020 7284 8226
Pond Streethttp://www.anthonynolan.org.uk
Londonheathgate@anthonynolan.org.uk
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 Number)1049160
(Contact) Raj DasaniTel: 020 7501 8920
Thomas Clarkson HouseFax: 020 7738 4110
The Stableyardhttp://www.antislavery.org
Broomgrove Roadinfo@antislavery.org
LondonSW9 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.
 
 
Aquabox (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Architectural Heritage Fund(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Ardgowan Hospice(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Argyll Animal Aid(Charity Number)SCO 13211
(Contact) Pat BlunsdenTel: (01852) 300362
Achabeag,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Cuan Road,http://www.smallpaws.co.uk
Balvicaraaa.rescueteam@btconnect.com
Argyll,PA34 4RJ
Rescue and rehoming of animals from the West of Scotland and the islands.
 
 
Aristocat Rescue(Charity Number)1098383
(Contact) Enid FosterTel: 01325 300290
Aristocat RescueFax: 0871 242 2707
PO Box 124http://www.aristocat.org.uk
Newton Aycliffearistocat.rescue@tiscali.co.uk
County DurhamDL5 7WX
Aristocat Rescue was formed on January 1st 2003 by a small group of cat lovers. We are all unpaid volunteers. We do not put healthy cats and kittens to sleep. We are not government funded, so the major part of our work, as well as looking after the cats and kittens is fundraising, to raise money for the food, litter and to pay vets bills. Fundraising consists of attending Shows, Table Top Sales and Car Boot Sales. We also have a Food Bin placed in a local supermarket, however, we are willing to place more, should any store have space to take one. We are also looking for volunteers to help with Fundraising, or to Foster one of our rescued cats or kittens. All equipment will be supplied by us. Visit our Website, there is something to interest everyone.
 
 
Arkive(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Database of endanger
 
 
Army Museums Ogilby Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Army Navy Airforce Help Support & Advisory Group(Charity Number)1082214
(Contact) Kenneth HattonTel: (01665) 712898
67 Gloster ParkFax: (01665) 712898
Amble,Waiting For info
Northumberland, UK,kenhatton@btinternet.com
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.
 
 
Army of Angels (UK)(Charity Number)1143612
(Contact) Cathy SklenarTel: (01684) 274577
Unit 27,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Cotteswold Dairy Estate,http://www.armyofangels.org.uk
Dairy Way, Tewkesbury,info@armyofangels.org.uk
Gloucestershire,GL20 8JE
We are a Forces Charity, offering Household Necessity Grants, Respite Holidays to All Service Personnel who have suffered an illness/injury in ANY, UK conflict.
 
 
Arrhythmia Alliance(Charity Number)1107496
(Contact) Trudie LobbanTel: 01789 450787
PO Box 3697Fax: 01789 450682
Stratford Upon Avonhttp://www.arrhythmiaalliance.org.uk
Warwickshireinfo@arrhythmiaalliance.org.uk
CV37 8YL
Promoting better understanding, diagnosis, treatment and quality of life for individuals with cardiac arrhythmia.
 
 
Artfund (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Arthritis Care(Charity Number)206563
(Contact) Jo O'BoyleTel: 0207 380 6500
18 Stephenson WayFax: 0207 380 6505
Londonhttp://www.arthritiscare.org.uk
NW1 2HDinfo@arthritiscare.org.uk
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 Number)207711
(Contact) Please See Our WebsiteTel: 01246 558033
Copeman HouseFax: 01246 558007
St Mary's Courthttp://www.arc.org.uk
St Mary's Gateinfo@arc.org.uk
ChesterfieldS41 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.
 
 
Arts Dyslexia Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Arts Research Ltd(Charity Number)327459
(Contact) Annie LiveseyTel: 0191 233 3856
Arts Research Digest,Fax: 0191 233 3857
Holy Jesus Hospital,http://www.arts-research-digest.com
City Road,hc.ard@unn.ac.uk
Newcastle-Upon-Tyne,NE1 2AS
ARL facilitates the exchange and dissemination of research on cultural policy and practice in the UK and abroad. It publishes its journal Arts Research Digest three times a year; provides an annual index; is developing an oline searchable database of research, and runs seminars (see our website for latest seminar details).
 
 
Artsline(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Disability access in
 
 
ASCT(Charity Number)272328
(Contact) Alison MoreyTel: (01276) 707633
Community Link,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Surrey Heath House, Knoll Road,http://www.asct.org.uk
Camberley,office@asct.org.uk
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.
 
 
Asian Foundation for Philanthropy(Charity Number)1110180
(Contact) Nimmi UnadkatTel: 020 7091 9348
47/49 Durham StreetFax: 020 7091 9300
Vauxhallhttp://www.affp.org.uk
Londonnimmi.unadkat@affp.org.uk
SW11 5JA
The Asian Foundation for Philanthropy (AFP), in partnership with Voluntary Service Overseas (VSO) works with British Asians who want to be an integral part of social change and development in South Asia. AFP arrange volunteering placements in India for students, recent graduates, unemployed individuals, experienced professionals, couples and retired people.
 
 
Aspire Oxford(Charity Number)1117726
(Contact) Sarah FisherTel: (01865) 204450
St Thomas School,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Osney Lane,http://www.aspireoxford.co.uk
Oxford,sarah@aspireoxford.co.uk
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.
 
 
Assistance Support & Self-Help In Surviving Trauma(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
Assist (UK)
 
 
Assisted Living Foundation(Charity Number)1014998
(Contact) Phillip VaughanTel: 0208 959 6474
c/o 86 Hale DriveFax: Use E-mail Link
Mill Hillhttp://www.assistedliving.org.uk
Londonmail@assistedliving.org.uk
NW7 3ED
Welcome to Assisted Living Foundation (ALF). ALF is a non-profit, voluntary organisation that provides support and assistance to disabled people and supporters of disabled people (family carers, professional paid care/support workers, social workers/care managers, and advocates for disabled people). ALF primarily serves London and the Home Counties.
 
 
Assisted Reading For Children(Charity Number)1146276
(Contact) Jane RendleTel: (01869) 320380
Gobles Court,Fax: Use E-mail Link
7 Market Square,http://www.archoxfordshire.org.uk
Bicester,info@archoxfordshire.org.uk
Oxfordshire,OX26 6AA
ARCh (Assisted Reading for Children) recruits, trains and supports volunteers who help selected primary school children in Oxfordshire and surrounding areas develop a love of books and reading, thereby improving their overall life changes.
 
 
Association for Astronomy Education(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Association for International Cancer Research(Charity Number)SC022918
(Contact) Geraldine LongTel: (01334) 477910
Madras House,Fax: (01334) 478667
St Andrews,http://www.aicr.org.uk
Fife,aicr@aicr.org.uk
Scotland,KY16 9EH
AICR, Association for International Cancer Research, is dedicated to the world-wide fight against cancer by funding the research needed to save lives. We are the leading charity funding cancer research across the world.
 
 
Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalis(Charity Number)249338
(Contact) Please see our WebsiteTel: 01733 555988
42 Park RoadFax: 01733 555985
Peterboroughhttp://www.asbah.org
PE1 2UQinfo@asbah.org
The Association for Spina Bifida and Hydrocephalus gives advice and support to people with Spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus, their families and carers.
 
 
Association for the Protection of Rural Scotland(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Association for Welfare of Children in Hospital(Charity Number)222294
(Contact) Caroline CrimpTel: (01792) 205227
31 Penyrheol Drive,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Sketty,http://www.awchwales.org.uk
Swansea,awchwales.org@tiscali.co.uk
UK,SA2 9JT
Working in Wales to promote the welfare of sick children in hospital, community and home.
 
 
Association of Air Ambulance Charities (UK)(Charity Number)(CC) RS5
(Contact) Please See WebsiteTel: 01622 833833
Wheelbarrow Park EstateFax: 01622 833448
Pattenden Lanehttp://www.airambulancecharities.co.uk
Mardeninfo@airambulancecharities.co.uk
Kent,TN12 9QJ
On average, an emergency air ambulance takes off every 10 minutes in the UK, flying 365 a year in daylight hours. Put it another way, during every hour of every day 7 Air Ambulances are attending accidents and medical trauma.
 
 
Association of Blind Piano Tuners(Charity Number)294885
(Contact) Barrie HeatonTel: 0844 736 1976
31 Wyre Crescent,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Lynwood,http://www.piano-tuners.org
Darwen, Lancashire,abpt@piano-tuners.org
UK,BB3 0JG
The Association of Blind Piano Tuners exists to serve the professional and particular needs of its members and other blind and partially sighted piano tuners throughout the world.
 
 
Association of Breastfeeding Mothers(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Association of Charitable Foundations(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: with many links
 
 
Association of Disabled Professionals(Charity Number)264196
(Contact) Kath SutherlandTel: 01204 431638
BCM ADPFax: 01204 431638
Londonhttp://www.adp.org.uk
WC1N 3XXadp.admin@ntlworld.com
The Association of Disabled Professionals provides employment advice, information and peer support to disabled people. Many members also give advice on their particular employment or experience. Our other main area of activity is Parliamentary. We work to ensure that legislation affecting the lives of disabled people takes their needs and aspirations into account.
 
 
Association of Friends of the Blind and Disabled(Charity Number)506887
(Contact) Michael FranksTel: 0113 273 0013
11 Sherburn PlaceFax: Use E-mail Link
Leedshttp://www.nerja.boltblue.com/bd.htm
LS14 5BSmf@supanet.com
day-trips, group holidays and social events. We use our own 51 and 20 seater buses and hotel in Devon.
 
 
Association of Preservation Trusts(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Association of Swimming Clubs For The Handicapped (Charity Number)247772
(Contact) Mike O'LearyTel: (01329) 833689
The Willows,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Mayles Lane,http://www.nasch.org.uk
Wickham,naschswim-willows@yahoo.co.uk
Hampshire,PO17 5ND
The National Association of Swimming Clubs For The Handicapped encourages, promotes and develops swimming for disabled people throughout the country in its affiliated clubs. NASCH provides Public Liability insurance for clubs, holds regional and national galas for disabled swimmers and has an annual training weekend for helpers and a camping holiday for disabled club members.
 
 
Association of Wheelchair Children(Charity Number)1057894
(Contact) Owen McGeeTel: 0870 121 0050
AWCFax: 0870 121 0051
6 Woodman Paradehttp://www.wheelchairchildren.org.uk
Woodman Streetheadoffice@wheelchairchildren.org.uk
LondonE16 2LL
The Association of Wheelchair Children (AWC) is a specialist national charity providing expert training and advice to wheelchair-using children and their families across the UK. We teach children useful, practical skills, empowering them with the ability to assess risk and to move safely and confidentaly about their homes and neighbourhood. We make no charges to the parents for these courses and are wholly reliant on voluntary contributions to meet our costs.
 
 
Association of Young People With ME(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
http://www.ayme.org.uk.
 
 
Asthma UK(Charity Number)802364
(Contact) ReceptionTel: 020 7786 4900
70 Wilson StreetFax: 020 7256 6075
Londonhttp://www.asthma.org.uk
UK,info@asthma.org.uk
EC2A 2DB
Asthma UK is the charity dedicated to improving the health and well-being of the 5.4 million people in the UK whose lives are affected by asthma.
 
 
Aston-Mansfield(Charity Number)220085
(Contact) Deborah Henry-PollardTel: 020 8536 3828
Durning HallFax: 020 8534 4498
Earlham Grovehttp://www.aston-mansfield.org.uk
Londondeborah.hp@aston-mansfield.org.uk
E7 9AB
Our mission is to develop the community wealth of East London and promote a diverse and inclusive society in which all are free to participate. We operate 3 large community centres in Newham and provide over 50 social, educational and recreational services for over 30,000 people and 1,000 groups each year.
 
 
Ataxia UK(Charity Number)1102391
(Contact) Marketing DepartmentTel: 020 7582 1444
Winchester HouseFax: 020 7582 9444
Kennington Parkhttp://www.ataxia.org.uk
Cranmer Roadenquiries@ataxia.org.uk
LondonSW9 6EJ
The ataxias are neurological disorders progressively affecting mobility and speech. They can lead to total physical dependancy. We fund world class medical research into causes and treatments, and provide a range of support services, that are not available elsewhere, for people with ataxia and their families.
 
 
ATD Fourth World(Charity Number)209367
(Contact) Matt DaviesTel: 0207 7033231
48 Addington SquareFax: 0207 2524276
Londonhttp://www.atd-uk.org
SE5 7LBatd@atd-uk.org
ATD Fourth World is a human rights organisation taking a holistic approach to poverty eradication. We believe that only by working in partnership with those experiencing poverty and social exclusion can real and effective change come about in the lives of those most disadvantaged.
 
 
Attend (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Auchlochan Retirement Village(Charity Number)SC040155
(Contact) MHA AuchlochanTel: (01555) 893 592/892
MHA Auchlochan,Fax: (01555) 894 902
Trows Road,http://www.mhaauchlochan.org.uk
South Lanarkshire,lucyannejames81@gmail.com
UK,ML11 0JS
MHA Auchlochan is part of MHA, a UK-wide housing and care organisation for older people founded by the Methodist church in 1943. Nowadays, MHA is a charity providing care homes, accommodation and support services for 15,000 older people throughout Britain.
 
 
Autism Concern(Charity Number)1062611
(Contact) Nicola LonieTel: (01604) 239404
Suite 20/21 Burlington House,Fax: (01604) 239403
369 Wellingborough Road,http://www.autismconcern.org
Northampton,info@autismconcern.org
Northamptonshire,NN1 4EU
Autism Concern is a charity which provides support and options to people affected by all forms of autism in gaining independence and control of their lives.
 
 
Autism Independent UK(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Autism Initiatives UK(Charity Number)702632
(Contact) Go to WebsiteTel: (0151) 330 9500
7 Chesterfield Road,Fax: (0151) 30 9501
Crosby,http://www.autisminitiatives.org
Liverpool,info@autisminitiatives.org
UK,L23 9XL
We provide unique user-led services to over 600 families affected by autism across the UK. Our expectation is that people with autism can learn and develop to lead meaningful and fulfilled lives. We support this process every single day.
 
 
Avert(Charity Number)1074849
(Contact) Ben Hills-JonesTel: 01403 210202
4 Brighton RoadFax: 01403 211001
Horshamhttp://www.avert.org
RH13 5BAinfo@avert.org
Avert is an HIV/AIDS education charity. We provide a free and confidential information service via E-mail, Post and Telephone. We run a large educational website where you can access many pages of HIV and related information, and also download various booklets. Additionally, we also fund overseas projects in developing countries.
 
 
Axis Historical Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Barry, South Wales
 
 
Azafady (UK)(Charity Number)1079121
(Contact) AzafadyTel: (0208) 960 6629
Studio 7,Fax: Use E-mail Link
1a Beethoven Street,http://www.madagascar.co.uk
London,info@azafady.org
UK,W10 4LG,
Azafady is a UK-charity and Malagasy NGO working to alleviate poverty and support environmental conservation in partnership with communities in southeastern Madagascar.
 
 
Baby Lifeline(Charity Number)1006457
(Contact) Judy LedgerTel: 024 7642 2135
Empathy Enterprise BuildingFax: 024 7642 2136
Bramston Crescenthttp://www.babylifeline.org.uk
Tile Hilljudy@babylifeline.org.uk
CoventryCV4 9SW
Baby Lifeline, The Mother & Baby Charity cares and helps. Funds raised help supply hospitals throughout the UK with equipment ranging from digital weighing scales to incubators and scanners. The charity is equally proud of the support it gives to training and education programmes for perinatal health professionals.
 
 
Back-Up Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Spinal injuries
 
 
Backcare (UK)(Charity Number)265751
(Contact) Carolyn WheelerTel: 020 8977 5474
16 Elmtree RoadFax: 020 8953 5318
Teddingtonhttp://www.backcare.org.uk
TW11 8STinfo@backcare.org.uk
Backcare - The Charity for Healthier Backs, is a charity dedicated to educating people on how to avoid preventable back pain and supporting those living with back pain. Backcare provides education and information through it's publications, website, telephone helpline and local awareness. It also funds research and campaigns to raise the provide of issues surrounding back pain.
 
 
Bali Childrens Charity(Charity Number)10041969
(Contact) Sang HyangTel: 01661 299965
3 Kensington CourtFax: Use E-mail Link
Wrexhamhttp://www.geocities.com/balicharity
Walesbalicharity@yahoo.com
LL12 8AJ
A Fund to buy a home for children with no mother and father.
 
 
Barn Owl Trust(Charity Number)299835
(Contact) Pete WebbTel: (01364) 653026
Waterleat,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Ashburton,http://www.barnowltrust.org.uk
Devon,info@barnowltrust.org.uk
UK,TQ13 7HU
The Barn Owl Trust is a small national charity working to conserve one of the world's most beautiful birds. In recent years Barn Owls have become increasingly rare, the reasons are all man-made. Our small but dedicated team of staff visit sites to erect nestboxes, advise on habitat creation and respond to planning applications. We research the causes of decline and make recommendations for policy changes. We are a grass-roots organisation and pride ourselves on the amount of practical work we do. We can also respond to nationwide enquiries by phone or e-mail. Your donation or legacy to the Trust will really help us make a world of difference.
 
 
Barnardos(Charity Number)216250
(Contact) Dorothy HowesTel: 020 8550 8822
Tanners Lane,Fax: 020 8551 6870
Barkingside,http://www.barnardos.org.uk
Ilford,dorothy.howes@barnardos.org.uk
UK,IG6 1QG
Barnardos is the UKs largest childrens charity, working with over 90,000 children, young people and their families in more than 300 projects nationwide.
 
 
Barnsley Animal Rescue Club(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Barts and The London Charity(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
BASIC(Charity Number)1115309
(Contact) Sylvia DobiesTel: 0208 3020713
PO Box 209Fax: Use E-mail Link
Sidcuphttp://www.autisticsociety.org
Kentsylvia@autisticsociety.org
DA15 0BA
The main objectives of BASIC (Bexley Autism Support & Information Centre) are to, provide information about resources available in the Bexley Borough and the surrounding areas to parents with dependants with Autism. Provide support for parents, carers of children and Young People with Autism. Work with parents, carers, schools, statutory and voluntary, community Sector to develop services needed. To act as a representative for parents, carers of autistic Children and Young People, presenting their views and needs to inform policy and service development.
 
 
Bassetlaw Community and Voluntary Service(Charity Number)501473
(Contact) Michael NewsteadTel: 01909 476118
BCVS Dukeries CentreFax: 01909 480501
Park Streethttp://www.bcvs.org.uk
Worksopreception@bcvs.org.uk
NottinghamshireS80 1HH
The local development and networking agency for Bassetlaw.
 
 
Bat Conservation Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Another address
 
 
BATH(Charity Number)1074012
(Contact) Trevor BrowneTel: 020 8663 3345
Lewis HouseFax: 020 8663 1442
30 Beckenham Roadhttp://www.bath-disability.org
Beckenhaminfo@bath-disability.org
KentBR3 4LS
BATH is a not-for-profit organisation providing services to help meet the needs for older and disabled people. We offer a door-to-door transport service, professional advice for living at home, a short term break holiday scheme and Shopmobility in Orpington.
 
 
Bath Preservation Trust(Charity Number)203048
(Contact) Caroline KayTel: (01225) 338727
No.1 Royal Crescent,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Bath,http://www.bath-preservation-trust.org.uk
UK,admin@bptrust.org.uk
BA1 2LR
The Bath Preservation Trust safeguards the historic city of Bath by encouraging and supporting the conservation, evolution and enhancement of Bath and its environs within a framework appropriate both to its historic setting and its sustainable future, and providing educational resources which focus on the architectural and historic importance of the city.
 
 
Battersea Dogs and Cats Home(Charity Number)206394
(Contact) See Our WebsiteTel: (0843) 509 4444
4 Battersea Park Road,Fax: Use E-mail Link
London,http://www.battersea.org.uk
UK,info@battersea.org.uk
SW8 4AA
Battersea Dogs & Cats Home rescues and rehomes lost, abandoned and unwanted dogs and cats and has been since 1860.
 
 
BBC Children in Need(Charity Number)802052
(Contact) Please see WebsiteTel: 020 8576 7788
PO Box 76Fax: 020 8576 8887
Londonhttp://www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey
W3 6FSpudsey@bbc.co.uk
We support UK organisations that look after the needs of children and young people, including those with disabilities or psychological disorders, or who have encountered illness, abuse or poverty. Administration costs are paid for by the interest accumulated on the money raised, so every donation is used to help children.
 
 
Beacon Fellowship Charitable Trust(Charity Number)1096423
(Contact) Ms Emily StonorTel: 020 7849 6550
12 St James SquareFax: 020 7849 6561
Londonhttp://www.beaconfellowship.org.uk
SW1Y 4RBenquiries@beaconfellowship.org.uk
Beacon is a national organisation which aims to encourage contributions to charitable and social causes, and to celebrate and showcase best practice in giving. Beacon's annual prize scheme will highlight the exceptional philanthropy of individuals through six categories of nomination (Leadership, Lifetime Achievement, Courage, Start-Ups, Creative Giving and Young Philanthropist).
 
 
Beamish Museum(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
North East
 
 
Beating Bowel Cancer(Charity Number)1063614
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 020 8892 5256
39 Crown RoadFax: 020 8892 1008
Twickenhamhttp://www.beatingbowelcancer.org
Middlesexinfo@beatingbowelcancer.org
TW1 3EJ
We provide information, education and support to bowel cancer patients, their families, the general public and the medical profession. We publish a range of free information booklets, and can provide telephone support to patients, from other patients.
 
 
Beck Youth Theatre(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Hayes, Mddx
 
 
Bee Improvement and Bee Breeders Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: BIBBA
 
 
Behcets Syndrome Society(Charity Number)326679
(Contact) Chris PhillipsTel: 0845 130 7328
8 Abbey GardensFax: Use E-mail Link
Eveshamhttp://www.behcets.org.uk
Worcestershireinfo@behcetsdisease.org.uk
WR11 4SP
Behcets (Pronounced Bejets) is a rare, complex and life long condition caused by disturbances in the bodys immune system. Behcets can affect people of any age, but it most commonly affects those between the ages of 20 and 40. The society runs a helpline, funds research, and offers financial support for patients in need.
 
 
Being Children(Charity Number)1154527
(Contact) Robert LyonTel: 0091 988 1784338
57 Oldford Crescent,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Acklam,http://www.beingchildren.org
Middlesborough,info@beingchildren.org
UK,TS5 7EH
Being Children is a UK charity, formed by a small group of like minded individuals, who wish to see a better life for underprivileged slum and street children living in India. Our aim is to provide these children with a childhood through education, nutrition, healthcare and recreational activities.
 
 
BELIEVE(Charity Number)1209/95
(Contact) G.Murugan (Secretary)Tel: +91 (8554) 244909
13/678-c88, Sreenivasa NagarFax: +91 (8554) 244909
Anantapur DistrictPlease Provide info, Re: Website
Indiabelieve_walppah@yahoo.co.in
515001
BELIEVE Welfare Association of Leprosy Patients and Physically Handicapped, is a small voluntary organisation and at present is implementing community based rehabilitation of rural disabled in 63 villages of MADAKASIRA MANDAL Anantapur District, and also having centre for mentally challenged children. We required funding support to extend our activities nearby MANDALS and for the centre of mentally challenged children. If you have difficulty contacting BELIEVE on the details above, please try telephone number, +91 (8493) 288295.
 
 
Bendrigg Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Activities for disab
 
 
Benevolent Society of Watch & Clock Makers (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
The National Benevolent Society of Watch and Clock Makers (UK)
 
 
Berwick Swan and Wildlife Trust(Charity Number)1064805
(Contact) Barrie MortimerTel: 01289 302882
Windmill Way EastFax: Use E-mail Link
Ramparts Business Parkhttp://www.swan-trust.org
Berwick-Upon-Tweedswan-trust@hotmail.co.uk
Northumberland,TD15 1TU
Wildlife Rescue and rehabilitation, mainly in Northumberland and South East Scotland, with special emphasis on Swans.
 
 
BESO(Charity Number)268094
(Contact) Elspeth GrahamTel: +44 (0)20 7630 0644
164 Vauxhall Bridge RoadFax: +44 (0)20 7630 0624
Londonhttp://www.beso.org
SW1V 2RA, UKteam@beso.org
British Executive Service Overseas is a development agency offering advice to organisations that cannot afford commercial consultants in the developing world and emerging economies. It matches requests for help to suitable Volunteers from a register of 3,700. Clients usually pay travel and in-country expenses and a local counterpart works alongside Volunteers during the assignment, which lasts between a week and four months.
 
 
Bethesda Care Home & Hospice(Charity Number)SC015783
(Contact) Mrs C M MacdonaldTel: 01851 706222
Springfield RoadFax: 01851 706285
Stornowayhttp://www.bethesdahospice.co.uk
Isle of Lewisbethesdahospice@hotmail.com
HS1 2PS
Bethesda is a registered Christian Charity providing 21 care home beds and 4 hospice beds servicing the Western Isles. Each year we are required to raise over £150,000 to keep the hospice open and rely on voluntary contributions, fundraisng events, in order to achieve this target.
 
 
Beulah Rescue Centre(Charity Number)1110394
(Contact) Rev.Yomi AdeyemiTel: 0115 979 2081
48 Aberford AvenueFax: Use E-mail Link
Whitemoorhttp://www.isaiahchristfoundation.org
Nottingham, UK,beulafam@yahoo.com
NG8 5FQ
Beulah Rescue Centre relieve poverty, and provide support for the less privileged in the community. They also visit pen pal, befriend and rehabilate inmates to their Communities. If you don't get any response from the contact details above, try our Mobile Telephone Number, which is, (07903) 152537.
 
 
Bharatiya Ashram(Charity Number)SC027124
(Contact) Raghu RajTel: (01382) 220023
3 & 5 St Mary Place,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Dundee,http://www.bharatiyaashram.org.uk
Scotland,ashram1@btconnect.com
UK,DD1 5RB
Bharatiya Ashram was established in 1995 to promote benefits for all, but primarily for ethnic minority clients of Dundee and surrounding areas. With an overall objective of improving the quality of life, the Dudhope Centre under the auspices of Bharatiya Ashram currently runs activities under the themes, Education, Health, Art, Social Initiatives and facilitates a wide range of other support services.
 
 
Bible Society(Charity Number)232759
(Contact) Information ServicesTel: 01793 418100
Stonehill GreenFax: 01793 418118
Westleahttp://www.biblesociety.org.uk
Swindoncontactus@biblesociety.org.uk
WiltshireSN5 7DG
Whilst continuing to translate and distribute Bilbles worldwide, Bible Society is also working to make the bible heard in our own culture in England and Wales, where the bible has virtually disappeared from the day-to-day reality of people's lives. We work with global alliance of supporters, churches and over 130 Bible Societies around the world.
 
 
Big Issue Foundation(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Bighearted Scotland(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Umbrella body for 9
 
 
Binfield Badger Group(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Berkshire
 
 
Bipolar UK(Charity Number)293340
(Contact) Mick CarrollTel: (020) 7931 6480
11 Belgrave Road,Fax: Use E-mail Link
London,http://www.bipolaruk.org.uk
United Kingdom,info@bipolaruk.org.uk
SW1V 1RB
Bipolar UK is the national charity dedicated to supporting individuals with the much misunderstood and devastating condition of bipolar, their families and carers. We provide a range of services to enable people affected by bipolar and associated illnesses to take control of their lives. Each year we reach out and support over 65,000 individuals through our services and information/advice publications. We also work in partnership with research organisations and campaign for new developments to tackle key issues. Our services encompass a national network of self help groups, self management training courses, a mentoring scheme working with hospitals and psychiatric units, members services incorporating a dedicated Helpline, a youth service, workplace training and our vibrant e community, a web-based discussion forum for individuals affected by bipolar to share their views and experiences.
 
 
Birmingham and Midland Museum of Transport(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: BaMMOT Another addre
 
 
Birmingham Disability Resource Centre(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Birmingham PHAB Camps (UK)(Charity Number)502073
(Contact) Maxine WallisTel: (0121) 440 5727
2 Lenchs Green,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Edgbaston,http://www.bhamphabcamps.org.uk
Birmingham,Go to Website
UK,B5 7PX
Birmingham PHAB Camps is a small, totally voluntary, organisation whose aim is to encourage the integration of disabled and able-bodied children and young people. We arrange holidays for groups of twenty or so people, in various age groups, during July and August. Half of the participants have disabilities and half are able-bodied. We also arrange holidays for groups of children who have severe multiple disabilities. Volunteer helpers staff the holidays.
 
 
Birmingham Young Volunteers Adventure Camps(Charity Number)512568
(Contact) Neil TalbotTel: 0121 622 2888
4th FloorFax: 0121 622 1114
Smithfield Househttp://www.byvadventurecamps.co.uk
Digbeth, Birmingham,adventurecamps@btconnect.com
West Midlands,B5 6BS
Adventure Camps exists to provide holidays for the least priveleged children in the West Midlands area. Camps are either week or weekend long and are either in tents in Wales or in a residential centre in Malvern.
 
 
Black Country Living Museum(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Bladder & Bowel Foundation(Charity Number)1085095
(Contact) Heather EllisonTel: (01536) 533255
Satra Innovation Park,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Rockingham Road,http://www.bladderandbowelfoundation.org
Kettering,info@bladderandbowelfoundation.org
Northants,NN16 9JH
The Bladder and Bowel Foundation is the UK wide charity for people with bladder and bowel control problems. Bladder and Bowel Foundation provides information and support services for adults and their families, carers and healthcare professionals. The charity is not funded by the Government or NHS and relies solely on the financial support of companies, individuals and grants to fund its work.
 
 
BLESMA(Charity Number)1084189
(Contact) Jerome Church (MBE)Tel: 020 8590 1124
185-187 High Road,Fax: 020 8599 2932
Chadwell Heath,http://www.blesma.org
Romford,blesma185@btconnect.com
Essex,RM6 6NA
The British Limbless Ex-Service Mens Association aims to give ex-Service men and Women who either lost limbs, the use of their limbs, or one or both eyes as a result of service in any branch of Her Majestys Forces or Auxiliary Forces, a counselling and caring service and help in everyday problems.
 
 
Bliss - The Premature Baby Charity(Charity Number)1002973
(Contact) Barry Clarke (FSO)Tel: 0207 378 1122
Family SupportFax: 0207 403 0673
2nd/3rd Floorhttp://www.bliss.org.uk
9 Holyrood Streetenquiries@bliss.org.uk
LondonSE1 2EL
Bliss was established 27 years ago by a group of concerned parents and we have since developed into the leading national charity working in this field. But our work is as relevant now as it was then. Confirdential helpline run by Bliss dedicated Family Support Team. Freephone, (0500) 618140. The Helpline is open from 10am-5pm, Monday to Friday. A range of information booklets and posters are available for parents and health care professionals.
 
 
Bliss Ability(Charity Number)1074944
(Contact) Mark BennettTel: 0191 427 1666
Unit 9-11Fax: 0191 426 1667
S.T.Enterpriseshttp://www.blissability.co.uk
South Shieldsenquiries@blissability.co.uk
Tyne and Wear,NE33 4EB
Bliss Ability is a Disability Information Bureau, we provide information on request on a range of subjects in the most suitable format. If we don't have the information at hand we will endeavour to find out the information for our clients.
 
 
Blood Pressure Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Bob Champion Cancer Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Testicular cancer
 
 
Bobath Scotland(Charity Number)SC022695
(Contact) Please See Our WebsiteTel: 0141 950 2922
Bradbury HouseFax: 0141 950 2933
2028 Great Western Rdhttp://www.bobathscotland.org.uk
Glasgowinfo@bobathscotland.org.uk
Scotland,G13 2HA
 
 
Bonnydowns Community Association(Charity Number)1071625
(Contact) Maria WingateTel: 0208 586 6868
The Well Community CentreFax: Use E-mail Link
49 Vicarage Lanehttp://www.bonnydowns.org
East Hammariawingate01@yahoo.co.uk
LondonE6 6DQ
We are a community centre, serving both the young and elders, with toddler groups, toy library, elders coffee mornings, community cafe etc. Further information is available on our website.
 
 
Book Aid International(Charity Number)313869
(Contact) Mick MartinTel: 020 7733 3577
39-41 Coldharbour LaneFax: 020 7978 8006
Londonhttp://www.bookaid.org
SE5 9NRinfo@bookaid.org
Book Aid International supports literacy, education, training and publishing in the developing world. We provide 700,000 quality books a year to partner organisations which include libraries, schools, hospitals and refugee camps. 85% of our resources are focussed on Sub-Saharan Africa, where half the people live on a dollar a day.
 
 
Book Trust(Charity Number)313343
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Book-Cycle(Charity Number)1127078
(Contact) Anthony MellingTel: (01392) 420021
7 West Street,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Exeter,http://www.book-cycle.org
Devon,enquiries@book-cycle.org
UK,EX1 1BB
Book-Cycle is a UK based volunteer run charity. We seek to empower communities in developing countries through the provision of free books and educational resources. We also encourage the reforestation of rural England by offering free trees and information on self-sustainability.
 
 
Border Collie Trust GB(Charity Number)1053585
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 0871 560 2282
HeathwayFax: 01889 574517
Coltonhttp://www.bordercollietrustgb.org.uk
Rugeleyinfo@bordercollietrustgb.org.uk
StaffordshireWS15 3LY
Rescuing and rehoming Border Collies and collie crosses throughout the UK. 30 to 40 dogs always looking for new homes. Visit our website for more information on how you can help.
 
 
Borders Forest Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Born Free Foundation(Charity Number)1070906
(Contact) Will Travers (CEO)Tel: 01403 240170
3 Grove House,Fax: 01403 327838
Foundry Lane,http://www.bornfree.org.uk
Horsham,info@bornfree.org.uk
West Sussex,RH13 5PL
The Born Free Foundation is an international wildlife charity taking action to protect threatened species and stop individual suffering. Born Free believes wildlife belongs in the wild and works to phase out captivity. Born Free protects lions, elephants, tigers, gorillas, wolves, bears, dolphins, marine turtles and much more in their natural habitat. Keep wildlife in the wild.
 
 
Bosnian Institute(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Bottletop Campaign(Charity Number)110 1118
(Contact) Jono PattinsonTel: 01273 719618
13 Prince Albert StFax: Use E-mail Link
Brightonhttp://www.bottletop.com
East Sussexinfo@bottletop.org.uk
BN1 1JJ
Bottletop is a dynamic charity run by young people, for young people. We fund youth education projects with a particular emphasis on sexual health, across the developing world, as well as the UK. We don't do this through donations of sympathy, but instead operate as a music and fashion label, making us truly unique. The proceeds from our sales of music and fashion products are used to support, small, local, specially selected grassroots education initiatives. The high praise drawn frm UN secretary general Kofi Annan and Bill Clinton are a testament to Bottletops success and innovation in the charity sector.
 
 
Bowel Cancer UK(Charity Number)1071038
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 020 7381 9711
7 Rickett StreetFax: 020 7381 5752
Londonhttp://www.bowelcanceruk.org.uk
SW6 1RUinfo@bowelcanceruk.org.uk
Bowel Cancer UK, formerly known as Colon Cancer Concern is a leading charity dedicated to raising awareness, improving the quality of life of those affected and ultimately, reducing deaths from bowel cancer - the second most common cause of cancer death in the UK.
 
 
BRACE(Charity Number)297965
(Contact) Mark PoarchTel: (0117) 340 4831
The BRACE Appeal Office,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Frenchay Hospital,http://www.alzheimers-brace.org
Bristol,admin@alzheimers-brace.org
UK,BS16 1LE
BRACE funds scientific research into the causes, diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimers Disease and other forms of dementia. The researchers it supports are based at universities in SW England and South Wales but the beneficiaries of that research are people everywhere.
 
 
Bradford Environmental Action Trust(Charity Number)1068903
(Contact) Jen MilesTel: (01274) 487270
198a Keighley Road,Fax: (01274) 255401
Frizinghall,http://www.beat.org.uk
Bradford,info@beat.org.uk
West Yorkshire,BD9 4JZ
BEAT is a community environmental charity working in the areas of waste reduction, reuse and recycling, conservation and woodland management and energy efficiency, working with our community to tackle climate change.
 
 
Brain and Spine Foundation(Charity Number)1098528
(Contact) Rachel KennedyTel: 0207 793 5900
7 Winchester HouseFax: 0207 793 5939
Kennington Parkhttp://www.brainandspine.org.uk
Cranmer Roadinfo@brainandspine.org.uk
LondonSW9 6EJ
The Brain and Spine Foundation aims to maximise the quality of life for people with neurological disorders and to reduce neurological disability by providing a national focus for research, education and information. We aim to improve peoples knowlege and understanding of their condition by providing the following services: Brain and Spine Helpline, Booklets and Website.
 
 
Brake - The National Road Safety Charity(Charity Number)1093244
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 01484 559909
PO Box 548,Fax: 01484 559983
Huddersfield,http://www.brake.org.uk
West Yorkshire,brake@brake.org.uk
UK,HD1 2XZ
Nine people are killed and dozens more injured everyday on UK roads. Brake works to prevent road deaths and injuries and to support people who have been bereaved and injured by road crashes. The BrakeCare helpline provides practical and emotional help for people bereaved and injured by road crashes - call (01484) 421611.
 
 
Brantwood Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Brave Hearts(Charity Number)1005070
(Contact) Ronald Nicholson BennettTel: 01264 394440
11 Vespasian RoadFax: Use E-mail Link
Roman Wayhttp://braveheartscharity.webeden.co.uk
Andoverbraveheartscharity@ntlworld.com
HampshireSP10 5JP
We support Children who are in the view of the Executive Committee Trustees are deserving of support and help from distress, financial hardship, physical or mental handicap, or infirmity including the provision of social welfare and hospital and recreation facilities or special equipment for such children.
 
 
BREAK(Charity Number)825550
(Contact) Mike LakeTel: 01263 822161
1 Montague RoadFax: 01263 822181
Sheringhamhttp://www.break-charity.org
Norfolkoffice@break-charity.org
NR26 8LN
For many families BREAK is a lifeline. Every year we provide holidays and respite care for more than 1,000 children and adults with disabilities at our specialist centres. While our guests enjoy a seaside holiday, their parents and carers benefit from a much-needed rest. BREAK is special because we provide quality care and give our guests a great holiday where the focus is firmly on fun. The charity also provides a range of other care services - including children's homes, day care for adults and a residential family assessment unit.
 
 
Breakthrough Breast Cancer(Charity Number)1062636
(Contact) Please see our WebsiteTel: 020 7557 6600
3rd FloorFax: 020 7831 3873
Kingsway Househttp://www.breakthrough.org.uk
103 Kingswayinfo@breakthrough.org.uk
LondonWC2B 6QX
Breakthrough Breast Cancer is a charity committed to fighting breast cancer through research and awareness and has established the UK's first dedicated breast cancer research centre, in partnership with the Institute of Cancer Research. Breakthrough campaigns for policies that support breast cancer research and a pioneering approach to breast cancer services in the UK.
 
 
Breast Cancer Campaign(Charity Number)299758
(Contact) Julia AndersonTel: 020 7749 3700
Breast Cancer CampaignFax: 020 7749 3701
Clifton Centrehttp://www.breastcancercampaign.org
110 Clifton Streetinfo@bcc-uk.org
LondonEC2A 4HT
Breast Cancer Campaign believes that research is the only way forward if we are to prevent breast cancer from claiming the lives of 12,800 women and 100 men every year. It is the only charity that specialises in funding independent breast cancer reasearch throughout the United Kingdom.
 
 
Breast Cancer Care(Charity Number)1017658
(Contact) Tel: (0845) 092 0800
5-13 Great Suffolk Street,Fax: (0845) 092 0820
London,http://www.breastcancercare.org.uk
UK,info@breastcancercare.org.uk
SE1 0NS
Breast Cancer Care is here for anyone affected by breast cancer. We bring people together, provide information and support, and campaign for improved standards of care. We use our understanding of people's experience of breast cancer and our clinical expertise in everything we do. All our services are free. Visit our website or call our helpline on (0808) 800 6000.
 
 
Breast Cancer Haven(Charity Number)1061726
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 020 7384 0000
Effie RoadFax: 020 7384 0001
Londonhttp://www.breastcancerhaven.org.uk
SW6 1TBinfo@breastcancerhaven.org.uk
Breast Cancer Haven aims to support the physical and emotional needs of anyone affected by breast cancer. The Free Haven Programme offers up-to-date information, counselling, education and complementary therapies to meet the needs of the individual before, during and after medical treatment for the condition. By providing support and complementary therapies, Breast Cancer Haven aims to help women and men affected by breast cancer to transform their lives and sense of well-being.
 
 
Brent Lodge Bird and Wildlife Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Bristol charities(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Bristol Hospital Broadcasting Service(Charity Number)264775
(Contact) Iain ElliottTel: 01179 293303
British Royal InfirmaryFax: Use E-mail Link
Bristolhttp://mail.bris.ac.uk/~pmrie/bhbs.htm
BS2 8HWiain.elliott@bris.ac.uk
Bristol Hospital Broadcasting Service (BHBS) provide programmes to 11 hospitals in the Bristol area. The programmes consist of studio based record request programmes and sports commentaries from Bristol Rovers and City and Rugby and also cricket from Gloucestershire County Cricket Club. We also broadcast concerts from the Colston Hall.
 
 
Bristol Research into Alzheimers & Care of Elderly(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Acoustic Neuroma Association(Charity Number)1024443
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 01246 550011
Tapton House Innovation Centre,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Brimington Road,http://www.bana-uk.com
Chesterfield,admin@bana-uk.com
UK,S41 0TZ
BANA is a patient-led charity whose main purpose is to offer help and support to those affected by acoustic neuroma. We publish a quarterly magazine and have a range of information papers and booklets. We also hold numerous branch and support group meetings throughout the UK.
 
 
British Agencies for Adoption and Fostering(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Archaeological Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Association for Adoption and Fostering(Charity Number)275689
(Contact) Harvey GallagherTel: 020 7593 2000
Head OfficeFax: 020 7593 2001
Skyline Househttp://www.baaf.org.uk
200 Union Streetmail@baaf.org.uk
LondonSE1 0LX
The British Association for Adoption & Fostering (BAAF) is a UK-wide charity that helps find secure, loving families for children who can no longer live at home. Our work begins while children are waiting to be fostered or adopted, and influences every aspect of child care in the UK.
 
 
British Association of Clinical Anatomists(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: BACA
 
 
British Association of Counselling & Psychotherapy(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Association of Nature Conservationists(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Cardiac Patients Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: BCPA
 
 
British Cardiovascular Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Cave Research Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: BCRA
 
 
British Chelonia Group(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Tortoises
 
 
British Clematis Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Computer Association of the Blind(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Crop Protection Council(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Deaf Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
http://www.britishdeafassociation.org.uk/
 
 
British Deaf History Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Dental Health Foundation(Charity Number)263198
(Contact) Sharon BroomTel: 0870 770 4002
Smile House,Fax: 0870 770 4010
2 East Union Street,http://www.dentalhealth.org.uk
Rugby,sharon@dentalhealth.org.uk
Warwickshire,CV22 6AJ
The British Health Foundation is a charity that is dedicated to raising public awareness of good oral health and provides practical advice, services and support to the public, dental profession, media and government both within the UK and internationally. The foundation provides a dental health advice line for the public.
 
 
British Diabetic Association (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
http://www.diabetes.org.uk
 
 
British Disabled Water Ski Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Divers Marine Life Rescue(Charity Number)803438
(Contact) Sue WhiteTel: 01825 765546 (24hrs)
Lime HouseFax: 01825 768012
Regency Closehttp://www.bdmlr.org.uk
Uckfieldinfo@bdmlr.org.uk
East SussexTN22 1DS
We are a volunteer marine mammal rescue organisation. We have trained volunteer medic's on standy throughout the UK who help to rescue Whales, Dolphins, Porpoises & Seals that become stranded on our shores.
 
 
British Dyslexia Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
http://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk
 
 
British Entomological and Natural History Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Fertility Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Golf Museum(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
St Andrews
 
 
British Heart Foundation(Charity Number)225971
(Contact) Please See WebsiteTel: 020 7487 9495
14 Fitzhardinge StreetFax: 020 7224 5082
Londonhttp://www.bhf.org.uk
W1H 6DHinternet@bhf.org.uk
The British Heart Foundation (BHF) is the leading national charity fighting heart and circulatory disease - the UK's biggest killer. The BHF funds research, education and life-saving equipment and helps heart patients return to a full and active way of life. We rely on donations to continue our vital work.
 
 
British Hedgehog Preservation Society(Charity Number)326885
(Contact) Fay VassTel: 01584 890 801
Hedgehog House,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Dhustone,http://www.britishhedgehogs.org.uk
Ludlow,info@britishhedgehogs.org.uk
Shropshire,SY8 3PL
The society gives advice to the public about the care of hedgehogs, particularly when injured, sick, orphaned, treated cruelly or in any other danger; it encourages the younger generation to value and respect our natural wildlife and funds research (involving no cruelty) into the behavioural habits of hedgehogs to ascertain the best methods of assisting their survival. Regular newsletters are sent to members as well as a Hogalogue selling hedgehog related goods. Education packs, Project packs and leaflets dealing with all aspects of hedgehog life are available on request. The society also keeps an up to date list of hedgehog rehabilitators, so if a member of the public finds sick or orphaned hedgehogs, they can be directed to their nearest care centre.
 
 
British Herpetological Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Horn Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Humanist Association(Charity Number)285987
(Contact) Jemma HooperTel: 020 7079 3580
1 Gower StreetFax: 020 7079 3588
Londonhttp://www.humanism.org.uk
United Kingdommember@humanism.org.uk
WC1E 6HD
Representing non-religious people, the BHA works for an open and inclusive society with freedom of belief and speech, and for an end to the priviledged position of religion (especially Christianity) wherever it occurs. We provide high quality non-religious ceremonies for baby-namings, weddings, civil partnerships and funerals.
 
 
British Hypertension Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Institute for Brain Injured Children(Charity Number)1057635
(Contact) Vivienne StreeterTel: 01278 685860
Knowle HallFax: 01278 695573
Bridgwaterhttp://www.bibic.org.uk
Somersetinfo@bibic.org.uk
TA6 8PJ
We work with children who have conditions such as Cerebral Palsy, Down's Syndrome, Autism, Specific Learning Difficulties, and Traumatic Brain Injury. BIBIC works with the parents and carers by offering an interdisciplinary assessment by a multi-professional team, an individually designed therapy programme, and a valuable follow up support service.
 
 
British Institute of Learning Disabilities(Charity Number)1019663
(Contact) John ThompsonTel: 01562 723010
Campion HouseFax: 01562 723029
Green Streethttp://www.bild.org.uk
Kidderminsterenquiries@bild.org.uk
WorcestershireDY10 1JL
We are comitted to improving the quality of life for people with a learning disability. Our vision is a world where people with a learning disability are accepted as equal citizens with the potential to make a positive contribution to our communities.
 
 
British Institute of Radiology(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Institute of Sathya Sai Education(Charity Number)1074665
(Contact) Carole AldermanTel: 020 8429 2677
British Institute of Sathya Sai EducationFax: 020 8866 3914
The Glenhttp://www.sathyasaiehv.org.uk
Cuckoo Hill, Pinner,SathyaSaiehv@dial.pipex.com
MiddlesexHA5 2BE
BISSE provides a character-focussed education programme that teaches children the importance of human values in society and their own lives. This multi-cultural, multi-faith self-development programme explores concepts of right and wrong through discussions, stories, songs, games, and other activities. It's currently taught in more than 100 schools throughout the UK.
 
 
British Kodaly Academy(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Music
 
 
British Liver Trust(Charity Number)298858
(Contact) Roger RackstrawTel: 01473 276326
British Liver TrustFax: 01473 276327
Ransomes Europarkhttp://www.britishlivertrust.org.uk
Ipswichinfo@britishlivertrust.org.uk
IP3 9QG
We are the only national organisation that addresses the liver related health issues and interests of adult patients with all forms of liver disease. We do this by providing information leaflets, funding medical research and campaigning to improve standards of care, support and treatment.
 
 
British Lung Foundation(Charity Number)326730
(Contact) Darren SaundersTel: 020 7831 5831
78 Hatton GardenFax: 020 7831 5832
Londonhttp://www.lunguk.org
EC1N 8LDinfo@britishlungfoundation.com
The British Lung Foundation provides information on all aspects of lung health in clear, easily accessible language, supports those living with lung disease through its 21,000-Strong Breathe Easy Club and Finds solutions to lung disease by funding world-class medical research.
 
 
British Machine Vision Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Medical Acupuncture Society(Charity Number)1057942
(Contact) The AdministratorTel: 01925 730727
12 Marbury HouseFax: 01925 730492
Higher Whitleyhttp://www.medical-acupuncture.co.uk
WarringtonAdmin@medical-acupuncture.org.uk
CheshireWA4 4QW
The BMAS is a society of fully registered doctors and medical professionals who practise acupuncture alongside orthodox western medicine. BMAS offers training courses in medical acupuncture and a full accreditation system. The helpline also offers area lists of accredited practitioners and patient information leaflets.
 
 
British Menopause Society(Charity Number)1015144
(Contact) Caroline MatthewsTel: (01628) 890199
4-6 Eton Place,Fax: (01628) 474042
Marlow,http://www.thebms.org.uk
Buckinghamshire,admin@thebms.org.uk
UK,SL7 2QA
The British Menopause Society is a multi-disciplinary society for the medical profession to advance education in menopause healthcare. Our mission is to increase awareness of post-menopausal healthcare issues and promote optimal management through educational events, publications and information dissemination.
 
 
British Nutrition Foundation(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Occupational Hygiene Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Organ Donor Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: BODY
 
 
British Orthopaedic Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Overseas NGOs for Development(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: BOND
 
 
British Paralympic Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Police Symphony Orchestra(Charity Number)1003562
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Polio Fellowship(Charity Number)206690
(Contact) Andrew KempTel: 020 8842 1898
Eagle Office CentreFax: 020 8842 0555
The Runwayhttp://www.britishpolio.org
South Ruislipinfo@britishpolio.org
MiddlesexHA4 6SE
The British Polio Fellowship was founded in 1939 by and for Polio Survivors. We provide advice and information, welfare support and grants, accessible holiday and residential accommodation, social support and activities through our network of branches and groups, a means of communication through our 'bulletin' magazine and website for polio-affected people. Our other telephone number, should you require it is, 0845 4500 225 (local call rate).
 
 
British Red Cross Society(Charity Number)220949
(Contact) Tim GarnerTel: 020 7235 5454
9 Grosvenor CrescentFax: 020 7245 6315
Londonhttp://www.redcross.org.uk
SW1X 7EJinformation@redcross.org.uk
Through our staff and volunteers, working in the UK and in communities internationally, our mission is to be the leading voluntary provider of emergency help to people in most need, anywhere in the world.
 
 
British Retinitis Pigmentosa Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: BRPS
 
 
British Safety Council(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Sjogrens Syndrome Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Ski Club for the Disabled(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: BSCD
 
 
British Skin Foundation(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Society Histocompatibility Immunogenetics(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Society of Audiology(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Society of Criminology(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Stammering Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Another address
 
 
British Tennis Foundation(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
British Tinnitus Association(Charity Number)1011145
(Contact) Val RoseTel: 0114 250 9933
Ground FloorFax: 0114 258 2279
Unit 5http://www.tinnitus.org.uk
Acorn Business Parkinfo@tinnitus.org.uk
Woodseats Close, Sheffield,S8 0TB
The BTA is devoted entirely to providing information and advice for people with tinnitus and all other interested parties. Supporting a network of local self-help groups, we work to raise professional and public awareness of the condition and support research. For further details, contact us at the details above, or telephone us on our freephone number 0800 018 0527.
 
 
British Wireless for the Blind Fund(Charity Number)1078287
(Contact) Mrs Frances FieldingTel: (01622) 754757
10 Albion Place,Fax: (01622) 751725
Maidstone,http://www.blind.org.uk
Kent,info@blind.org.uk
UK,ME14 5DZ
British Wireless for the Blind Fund provide radios and audio players on free loan to registered blind and partially sighted people who are aged over 8, UK residents and who are in financial hardship as indicated by receipt of a means-tested benefit.
 
 
British Youth Council(Charity Number)305973
(Contact) Kathleen CroninTel: 0845 458 1489
Mezzanine 2Fax: 0845 458 1847
1 Tooley Streethttp://www.byc.org.uk
Londonmail@byc.org.uk
SE1 9QL
The British Youth Council (BYC) is the national youth council in the UK. We represent and involve a unique coalition of young people through their involvement as individuals or through their youth organisation. We aim to do to do the four following things, provide a voice for young people, promote equality for young people, help young people to be more involved in decisions that effect their lives, and to advance young peoples participation in society and civil life.
 
 
Brogdale Collections(Charity Number)1135678
(Contact) Sally RogerTel: (01795) 536250
Brogdale Farm,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Brogdale Road,http://www.brogdalecollections.co.uk
Faversham,kimberlycampion@brogdalecollections.co.uk
Kent,ME13 8XZ
Brogdale Farm offers visitors a fun day out in Kent to experience the beauty of the countryside, sample the healthy lifestyle options of Local Kent produce, and visit the unique Kent Tourist attraction of the National Fruit Collection. Come and taste a wide variety of Kent seasonal fruits, enjoy our Market Place of shops and crafts, and experience our range of food and drink on offer in our tearoom and at our day out Festivals and Events held throughout the year.
 
 
Bromley Advocacy Alliance(Charity Number)1071906
(Contact) Anthony King, DirectorTel: 020 8460 6712
Unit GFax: 020 8460 6823
Clan Works, 1a Howard RoadProvide info, Re: Website
Bromleybromleyadvocall@aol.com
Kent,BR1 3QJ
Bromley Advocacy Alliance (BAA) provides free, Confidential and independent advocacy to residentials of the London Borough of Bromley. We provide five services including: Continuing Care Advocacy Project, working with patients in hospital. Elders Choice working with people over the age of 65 in the Community, Care Homes and those with Financial Problems. Speaking Out working with the Housebound Elderly and Disability Advocacy Service working with those with physical disabilities aged between 16 to 64.
 
 
Brook Advisory Centres(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Brooke Hospital for Animals(Charity Number)1085760
(Contact) Sharon SchofieldTel: 020 7930 0210
21 Panton StreetFax: 020 7930 2386
Londonhttp://www.thebrooke.org
SW1Y 4DRinfo@thebrooke.org
The Brooke relieves the suffering of horses, donkeys and mules working for poor people in the developing world. Our dedicated local vets and their teams provide free care, education and training in the heart of the communities we work.
 
 
Brooklands Museum Trust Limited(Charity Number)296661
(Contact) Mr James ReadTel: 01932 857381
Brooklands Museum,Fax: 01932 855465
Brooklands Road,http://www.brooklandsmuseum.com
Weybridge,info@brooklandsmuseum.com
Surrey,KT13 0QN
Please Provide a 50 Word Description About Your Charity.
 
 
Bryson Charitable Group(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
BSS(Charity Number)282264
(Contact) Kristiane EfangeTel: 0845 600 1317
International HouseFax: 020 8799 9099
7 High Streethttp://www.bss.org
Londonmarketing@bss.org
W5 5DB
BSS is a not for profit charity which provides multimedia contact centre services to other charities. This includes running help and information lines on a wide range of issues from health to education. We also offer an integrated distribution and fulfilment service and donation processing services.
 
 
BSSI (UK)(Charity Number)Any info?
(Contact) Dr Kedar JoshiTel: 07821 807185
27 Acrefield DriveFax: Use E-mail Link
Cambridgehttp://superultramodern.blogspot.com
CB4 1JWkedarkj1@rediffmail.com
British Superultramodern Scientific Institution (BSSI) is an academic non-profit institution to advance Superultramodern Science (SS).
 
 
BTCV(Charity Number)261009
(Contact) Customer ServicesTel: 01302 388 883
Sedum HouseFax: 01302 311 531
Mallard Way, Potteric Carr,http://www.btcv.org
Doncasterinformation@btcv.org.uk
South YorkshireDN4 8DB
BTCV (formerly British Trust for Conservation Volunteers) was founded in 1959 under the name Conservation Corps and is now the largest practical conservation organisation in the UK. BCTV provides information and advice on urban and rural projects, organises conservation holidays, weekend and weekday projects and supports around 2,500 community groups.
 
 
Buckingham Canal Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Buckle(Charity Number)1094679
(Contact) Amita PatelTel: 0118 932 8959
54 Osborne RoadFax: 0870 167 3121
ReadingWaiting to be informed, Re: Website
BerkshireEnquiries@buckle-equality.freeserve.co.uk
RG30 2PG
Buckles purpose is to advance the education of the general public in all matters relating to people living with a disability. We aim to promote the benefits to the community of recognising and enabling contributions by disabled people.
 
 
Bug Busters (Community Hygiene Concern)(Charity Number)801371
(Contact) Frances FryTel: (01908) 561928
22 Darin Court,Fax: (01908) 261501
Crownhill,http://www.nits.net
Milton Keynes,bugbusters2k@yahoo.co.uk
UK,MK8 0AD
Specialists in eradication of Head Lice.
 
 
Buglife(Charity Number)1092293
(Contact) Kathy WormaldTel: 01733 201 210
170A Park RoadFax: Use E-mail Link
Peterboroughhttp://www.buglife.org.uk
Cambridgeshirekathy.wormald@buglife.org.uk
PE1 2UF
Buglife - (The Invertebrate Conservation Trust) is the first organisation in Europe set up specifically for the conservation of all invertebrates. Our aim is to halt invertebrate declines and promote sustainable invertebrate populations.
 
 
Build Africa(Charity Number)298316
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: (01892) 519619
Second Floor,Fax: (01892) 535484
Vale House, Clarence Road,http://www.build-africa.org
Tunbridge Wells,hello@build-africa.org.uk
Kent,TN1 1HE
Build Africa works exclusively in rural areas of Uganda and Kenya. We combine learning and earning opportunities which offer children and their families long-term solutions to poverty.
 
 
Bullying (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Bullying Online(Charity Number)1080923
(Contact) Liz CarnellTel: 07946 610535
PO Box 552Fax: Use E-mail Link
Harrogatehttp://www.bullying.co.uk
North Yorkshirehelp@bullying.co.uk
HG1 8BF
Bullying Online is a charity helping parents and pupils deal with school bullying through 30+ sections on our website. Personal advice is given by e-mail.
 
 
Burma Star Association(Charity Number)1043040
(Contact) Phillip CrawleyTel: 020 7823 4273
4 Lower Belgrave StreetFax: 020 7730 7882
Londonhttp://www.burmastar.org.uk
SW1W 0LAburmastar@btconnect.com
The Association is a membership organisation for holders of the 'Burma Star' 1941-45 Campaign medal or Pacific star with 'Burma' clasp. Today the main thrust of the our work is to relieve the need and distress of any holder of the 'Burma Star' or their widows/widowers or dependants. Please contact us if you wish to join or if you know someone who may qualify for our help.
 
 
Bushey Museum and Art Gallery(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Hertfordshire
 
 
Business Opportunities for Physically Handicapped(Charity Number)1041881
(Contact) Joan LythgoeTel: (01268) 515794
Unit 6-7 Charfleets Close,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Charfleets Industrial Estate,http://www.boph.org.uk
Canvey Island,b.o.p.h@hotmail.co.uk
Essex,SS8 0PW
Business Opportunities for the Physically Handicapped, is a Day centre for adults with physical & learning disabilities, mainly run by volunteers, open 5 days a week, free of charge. This enables the disabled in our community to lead fully inclusive and worthwhile lives.
 
 
Butterfly Conservation(Charity Number)254937
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: (01929) 400209
Manor Yard,Fax: Use E-mail Link
East Lulworth,http://www.butterfly-conservation.org
Wareham,info@butterfly-conservation.org
Dorset,BH20 5QP
Butterfly Conservation is dedicated to saving butterflies, moths and our environment. Butterflies and moths are important because they respond quickly to change, revealing the health of the countryside. Seven out of ten butterfly species are in decline. Four butterflies and over 60 moths became extinct last century. This early warning to all wildlife cannot be ignored.
 
 
Butterfly Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Aims to build a butt
 
 
Calibre Audio Library(Charity Number)286614
(Contact) Liz ClarkeTel: (01296) 432339
New Road,Fax: (01296) 392599
Weston Turville,http://www.calibre.org.uk
Aylesbury,enquiries@calibre.org.uk
Buckinghamshire,HP22 5XQ
Calibre Audio Library improves the quality of life for people with sight or other disabilities, who cannot read print, by bringing them the pleasure of reading through a free, nationwide postal service of audio books. We offer a choice of over 8,000 titles.
 
 
Cambodian Communities out of Crisis(Charity Number)1062205
(Contact) Rev Ross RennieTel: 01509 507402
PO Box 7591Fax: 01509 507402
Loughboroughhttp://www.cambcomm.org.uk
LE12 9WNinfo@cambcomm.org.uk
United Kingdom
We are a christian organisation supporting the Christian church in Camboadia, but also providing humanitarian assistance to people of all religions in that country. Our main activity is in the field of education and we are working with the Cambodian church to build, equip and staff a Christian university.
 
 
Cambridge Joint Playschemes(Charity Number)1045987
(Contact) Robert PowellTel: 01223 412254
Office 12Fax: Use E-mail Link
Barnwell HouseWaiting for info
Barnwell Drivecamjointplay@themail.co.uk
CambridgeCB5 8UU
To provide Leisure and Playscheme Activities for children, and young people up to the age of 19, with disabilities, living within the City of Cambridge, including South and East Cambridgeshire.
 
 
Cambridge Museum of Technology(Charity Number)311310
(Contact) Mark PalmerTel: 01223 368650
The Old Pumping StationFax: Use E-mail Link
Cheddars Lanehttp://www.museumoftechnology.com
Cambridgeinfo@museumoftechnology.com
CambridgeshireCB5 8LD
Cambridge Museum of Technology exists to preserve and exhibit material that is relevant to the Cambridge area, either by its use or invention. Cambridge Museum of Technologys purpose is to promote and enhance appreciation of the role of science and technology and its impact on the environment. Its audience is the general public with particular emphasis on school children. The museum is run by volunteers in their spare time, if you would like to help us why not become a member or even a volunteer, just contact us to find out more.
 
 
Cambridge Re-Use(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Recycles furniture t
 
 
CamFed(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Education for girls
 
 
Campaign for Learning(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Camphill Milton Keynes Communities(Charity Number)283556
(Contact) Zsolt LokodiTel: (01908) 235000
Willen Park South,Fax: (01908) 235606
Japonica Lane,http://www.camphillmk.co.uk
Milton Keynes,oberlin@camphill-miltonkeynes.co.uk
Buckinghamshire,MK15 9JY
Founded in 1981, Camphill Milton Keynes (CMKC*) provides support and a meaningful working life for adults with a wide range of learning difficulties. Over fifty residents live together with volunteer staff and their families in ten separate households. Together they form a community of one hundred people living on several sites on the neighbouring housing estates of Pennyland and Willen Park. Our aim is to create a safe and stimulating environment, fully integrated into the surrounding community, that allows individuals to develop in accordance with their own needs.
 
 
CAN(Charity Number)1075749
(Contact) Helen BoydTel: (020) 7250 8000
49-51 East Road,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Old Street,http://www.can-online.org.uk
London,info@can-online.org.uk
UK,N1 6AH
Support charities to scale up & maximise social impact. Provide quality office space to social sector.
 
 
CAN Mezzanine(Charity Number)1075749
(Contact) Gary PhillipsTel: (0207) 250 8047
Hanover House,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Queen Charlotte St,http://www.can-online.org.uk
Bristol,enquiries@can-online.org.uk
UK,BS1 4EX
CAN Mezzanine is a registered charity, trading as a social enterprise that provides high quality office space.
 
 
Cancer Black Care(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Cancer Research Campaign(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Cancer Research UK(Charity Number)1089464
(Contact) Sam WigginsTel: 020 7242 0200
Cancer Research UKFax: 020 7269 3100
PO Box 123http://www.cancer.org.uk
LondonSam.Wiggins@cancer.org.uk
WC2A 3PX
The vision of Cancer Research UK is to conquer Cancer through world-class research. We are the largest volunteer-supported cancer research organisation in the world. With a dedicated team of 3,000 scientists and an annual scientific spend of more than £176 million - raised almost entirely through public donations - we are working to achieve our objectives.
 
 
Cancer Research UK Stanley(Charity Number)1089464
(Contact) Jean ShipleyTel: (0843) 523 6633
25 Forres Court,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Stanley,http://www.cancerresearchstanley.co.uk
County Durham,info@cancerresearchstanley.co.uk
UK,DH9 6UZ
We organise fundraising events to raise money to fund research into Cancer.
 
 
Cancer Resource Centre(Charity Number)287693
(Contact) Diana DunrossilTel: 020 7801 2966
20-22 York RoadFax: 020 7978 6505
Londonhttp://www.cancer-resource-centre.org.uk
SW11 3QEfundraising@cancer-resource-centre.org.uk
Established in 1983, the Cancer Resource Centre provides support, information and complementary therapies for people with cancer and their carers in South and West London. The centre also runs an Outreach Service for those unable to get to the centre and information in Gujerati, Urdu, Bengali and Punjabi.
 
 
Cancer Vaccine Institute(Charity Number)1080343
(Contact) Emma AppleyardTel: 0845 602 0662
Rock CottageFax: Use E-mail Link
Honey Lanehttp://www.cancervaccine.org.uk
Selbourneemma@cancervaccine.org.uk
HampshireGU34 3BZ
The Cancer Vaccine Institute (CVI) is the only national charity in the UK devoted exclusively to funding research into the development of cancer vaccines and offering them to patients around the UK. Our vision is that vaccines will become a standard treatment for cancer for a wide range of cancers increasing survival rates and patients quality of life.
 
 
CancerHelpUK Information service(Charity Number)1089464
(Contact) CancerHelpUKTel: (0800) 800 4040
Angel Building,Fax: 020 3469 6400
407 St John Street,http://www.cancerresearchuk.org
Angel,cancerhelp@cancer.co.uk
London, UK,EC1V 4AD
CancerHelp UK is the patient information website of Cancer Research UK. We have over 6,000 pages of free web-based cancer information, covering more than 95% of cancer diagnoses in the UK and a unique searchable database of UK cancer trials. For further information, please see the website, http://www.cancerresearchuk.org/cancer-help/, or telephone the above number to get in touch with the Information Nurses.
 
 
Candid Arts Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: London
 
 
Canine Partners For Independence(Charity Number)2516146
(Contact) CPITel: (08456) 580 480
Mill Lane,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Heyshott,http://www.caninepartners.org.uk
Midhurst,info@caninepartners.org.uk
West Sussex,GU29 0ED
Training assistance dogs to transform the lives of people with disabilities.
 
 
Canon Collins Trust(Charity Number)1102028
(Contact) Emily HayterTel: 020 7354 1462
22 The Ivories,Fax: 020 7359 4875
6 Northampton Street,http://www.canoncollins.org.uk
London,info@canoncollins.org.uk
UK,N1 2HY
Our vision is of a Southern Africa whose people have the freedom and capabilities to shape their own future. Since 1981 we have awarded over 3000 postgraduate scholarships to Southern Africa scientists, human rights lawyers, civil servants, educationalists, doctors and other professionals. Many have gone on to become leaders in government, the private sector and civil society. We also support innovative projects that widen access to education in Southern Africa.
 
 
Capability Scotland(Charity Number)SC011330
(Contact) Lorna ThompsonTel: (0131) 313 5510
Westerlea,Fax: (0131) 346 7864
11 Ellersly Road,http://www.capability-scotland.org.uk
Edinburgh,capability@capability-scotland.org.uk
Scotland,EH12 6HY
Capability Scotland campaigns with, and provides education, employment and care services for, Disabled children and adults across Scotland. We work with disabled people, their family and carers to provide a mix of services that meet their aspirations at all stages of their lives.
 
 
Car Accident Victims Organisation(Charity Number)1110401
(Contact) Michelle HouldershawTel: 01205 280094
Sheaf HouseFax: Use E-mail Link
Holland Fenhttp://www.caraccidentvictims.org.uk
Lincolninfo@caraccidentvictims.org.uk
LincolnshireLN4 4QH
CAVO is a National Charity with a network of local support groups. We are dedicated to the needs of car accident victims, by offering practical support to people who have been physically or mentally affected as well as family, friends or carers.
 
 
Cardboard Citizens(Charity Number)1042457
(Contact) Polly AmosTel: 020 7247 7747
26 Hanbury StreetFax: 020 7650 0002
Londonhttp://www.cardboardcitizens.org.uk
E1 6QRpolly@cardboardcitizens.org.uk
Cardboard Citizens is the UK's only theatre company consistently working with homeless and ex-homeless people to build their skills and confidence, enabling them to make positive changes in their lives. The company also works in schools to make young people aware of issues that affect homeless people and refugees. All the actors in our interactive Forum Theatre productions have personal experience of homelessness and are paid professional wages; for many, this may be their first paid employment for years.
 
 
Cardiac Risk in the Young(Charity Number)1050845
(Contact) Kerry GrayTel: 01737 363222
Unit 7Fax: 01737 363444
Epsom Downs Metro Centrehttp://www.c-r-y.org.uk
Waterfield, Tadworth,cry@c-r-y.org.uk
SurreyKT20 5LR
CRY is dedicated to raising awareness of cardiac conditions that can lead to sudden death in young people (under 35). CRY offers a counselling service to affected families; runs regular cardiac screening clinics; donates medical equipment; contributes to medical research; and raises awareness via the media, MPs and Celebrities.
 
 
Cardiff Institute for the Blind(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
http://www.cibi.co.uk.
 
 
Cardiomyopathy Association(Charity Number)803262
(Contact) Sarah DennisTel: (01494) 791224
Unit 10,Fax: (01494) 797199
Chiltern Court,http://www.cardiomyopathy.org
Asheridge Road, Chesham,sarah.dennis@cardiomyopathy.org
Buckinghamshire,HP5 2PX
Provides information and support to those affected by the heart muscle disease cardiomyopathy. It also has a freephone helpline, (0800) 0181 024 and a cardiomyopathy support nurse available. Runs information days for affected families and support groups around the UK. Runs medical conferences for doctors and nurses.
 
 
Care and Relief of the Young(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: CRY
 
 
Care for the Wild International(Charity Number)288802
(Contact) Nigel PalmerTel: (01403) 249832
72 Brighton Road,Fax: (01403) 246950
Horsham,http://www.careforthewild.com
West Sussex,info@careforthewild.com
UK,RH13 5BU
Our Vision is to live in a world where caring for wildlife is a global priority. Our Mission is to rescue, protect and defend wildlife around the world by committing our resources to deliver the greatest good.
 
 
CARE International UK(Charity Number)292506
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 0207 934 9334
10-13 Rushworth StreetFax: 0207 934 9335
Londonhttp://www.careinternational.org.uk
SE1 0RBinfo@careinternational.org
CARE International UK is one of the worlds leading humanitarian organisations, working with over 45 million disadvantaged people in 70 of the worlds poorest countries. CARE helps communities improve their quality of life through projects in agriculture and natural resources, economic development, education, food, health, water and sanitation and emergency response.
 
 
Care of Chinas Orphaned & Abandoned(Charity Number)1049321
(Contact) Gillian HealeyTel: 020 8752 0643
COCOAFax: 020 8752 0642
14A Mill Hill Roadhttp://www.cocoa.org.uk
Londoncocoalon@aol.com
W3 8JA
COCOAs mission is to improve the lives of babies and infants in chinas orphanages by providing equipment, medical treatment, trained staff and ongoing provisions, and promoting foster care.
 
 
Careers Development Group (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Carers UK(Charity Number)246329
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: (020) 7378 4999
20 Great Dover Street,Fax: Use E-mail Link
London,http://www.carersuk.org
UKinfo@carersuk.org
SE1 4LX
Carers UK is here to help carers. Most of us will look after an elderly relative, sick partner or a disabled family member. Caring is part of life but the personal costs can be high. When caring affects your family Carers UK is here for you to provide the support and advice you need.
 
 
Caring Cancer Trust(Charity Number)1052205
(Contact) Ian S.MacWattTel: (01983) 568658
59 High Street,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Ryde,http://www.caringcancertrust.com
Isle of Wight,caringcancertrust@talktalk.net
UK,PO33 2RJ
Organisers of escorted group Adventure Holidays for children recovering from Cancer to help them regain their lost self-confidence and joy of life. Non-Animal tested research into cancer causes and cures.
 
 
Carolina MRI(Charity Number)Any info?
(Contact) Rosanne Moore Dover/James Stevens DoverTel: 336.982.5424
127 Thistle Hill Lane, PO Box 205Fax: 336.982.5424
Glendale SpringsPlease provide info, Re: Website
North CarolinaPlease provide info, Re: E-mail
USA28269
Carolina Mission Resources International is a small group of Christian Nurses committed to sharing the love of Jesus Christ through Mercy Ministries of Service. Our primary focus has been in the Transylvania area of Romania. Efforts have included Medical Clinics, Spiritual Encouragement, Youth Development, and Securing Surplus items for shipment.
 
 
Carolines Rainbow Foundation(Charity Number)1095766
(Contact) Gail CarterTel: 01759 304425
PO Box 216Fax: 01759 304425
Yorkhttp://www.carolinesrainbowfoundation.org
YO42 4WZcontact@carolinesrainbowfoundation.org
The charity was set up after the trafic death of Caroline Stuttle, in April 2002, in Bundaburg, Australia, whilst backpacking in her gap year. The foundation was formed by Marjorie Marks-Stuttle, her son Richard and her husband David Marks. The aim of the foundation is, to raise the awareness of the importance of personal safety, by recognising and prioritising lifes values. The foundation is currently working with the education sector, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, Safer York Partnership, The Suzy Lamplugh Trust, BBC Radio York, other trusts/charities and organisations, to disseminate this message and to offer direction towards the relevant funding, provisions and information that is currently available to support young travellers. The foundation also assists back-packers in Australia if they find themselves in distress or unfortunate circumstances. For further information, please contact the foundation on the details above.
 
 
Carpetbagger Aviation Museum(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Harrington, Northamp
 
 
Casa Alianza (UK)(Charity Number)1073903
(Contact) ChrisTel: 01536 526447
Unit 2, Business Exchange,Fax: 01536 526448
Rockingham Roadhttp://www.casa-alianza.org.uk
Northants,casalnzauk@gn.apc.org
UK,NN16 8JX
Casa Alianza works with street children in Nicaragua, Honduras, Mexico and Guatemala.
 
 
Case Training(Charity Number)1051587
(Contact) Mandy MastersTel: 01482 320200
60 Charles StreetFax: 01482 585232
Hullhttp://www.casetraininghull.co.uk
Yorkshirecasetraining@casetraining.karoo.co.uk
HU2 8DQ
Case provides training and support to over 100 learning disabled people also suffering from multiple disadvantage. Our aim is to improve the quality of life for the disabled through the development of training and employment opportunities.
 
 
Casualties Union(Charity Number)234672
(Contact) Caroline ThomasTel: 08700 780 590
HeadquartersFax: Use E-mail Link
PO Box 1942http://www.casualtiesunion.org.uk
Londonhq@casualtiesunion.org.uk
UK,E17 6YU
Provides acting, made-up 'casualties' for realism in the training of first aiders, rescuers, emergency service professionals and hospital staff.
 
 
Cat Action Trust 1977(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Feral cats
 
 
Cat Rescue Resource(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Cat Survival Trust(Charity Number)272187
(Contact) Dr Terry MooreTel: (01438) 716873
The Centre,Fax: (01438) 717535
46-52 Codicote Road,http://www.catsurvivaltrust.org
Welwyn,cattrust@aol.com
Hertfordshire,AL6 9TU
The Cat Survival Trust is a remarkable charity concentrating on the protection of the world's wild cats and our common environment. It homes unwanted wild cats and purchased a 10,000 acre reserve in North East Argentina. You can help save more of the world's wild habitats by sponsoring the purchase of an area of natural habitat, which can be named after you or your family. Each acre may support up to 500 trees, millions of insects and thousands of birds, mammals, reptiles, and fish. Please help us protect our planet and climate, our common support system and environment, for future generations.
 
 
Catalyst Charitable Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Widnes, Cheshire, mu
 
 
Catchat (UK)(Charity Number)1100649
(Contact) M.PotterTel: See Our Website
PO Box 358Fax: Use E-mail Link
Ramsgate,http://www.catchat.org
Kent,cats@catchat.org
UK,CT12 6YP
A web-based charity, sourcing loving, permanent homes for over 5,000 unwanted and abandoned cats every year from rescue shelters across the UK and Ireland. Cat Chat features rescue groups, large and small, from the many hundreds of independent rescue centres and rehoming groups to branches of the larger organisations.
 
 
Cathedral Camps(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Catholic National Endowment Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Cats Protection(Charity Number)203644
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 08702 099 099
National Cat CentreFax: 08707 708 265
Chelwood Gatehttp://www.cats.org.uk
Haywards Heathcp@cats.org.uk
SussexRH17 7TT
Cats Protection is the UKs largest cat welfare charity, rehoming around 60,000 cats and kittens a year through its nationwide network of 29 Adoption Centres and 260 voluntary-run Branches.
 
 
Ceartas(Charity Number)SC035269
(Contact) Robert PorterTel: 0141 775 0433
62 TownheadFax: 0141 775 0433
Kirkintillochhttp://www.ceartas.org.uk
Glasgowrporter@ceartas.org.uk
G66 1NZ
Ceartas provide advocacy to older people and people with dementia in East Dunbartonshire. We also provide an information service to anybody who has an interest in dementia or the issues facing people with dementia. If you think you need an advocate, or know somebody who does in East Dunbartonshire, please contact us, using the details above. Thank you.
 
 
Cefn-Yr-Erw Primate Sanctuary(Charity Number)1076645
(Contact) Jan GarenTel: 01639 730276
CaehopkinFax: Use E-mail Link
Abercravehttp://www.cefn-yr-erw.co.uk
Swansea Valleydesk@cefn-yr-erw.fsnet.co.uk
SwanseaSA9 1UD
Our policy is not to breed animals but to focus on rescuing captive animals in need, with a view to improving the quality of their lives. We regularly see dramatic evidence of how animals benefit from a loving, caring environment. Our primates include gibbons, chimps and capuchins. We receive no government help.
 
 
Celia Hammond Animal Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Sussex
 
 
Central Africa's Rights & Aids (CARA) Society(Charity Number)1135610
(Contact) Jean-Paul Lawrence Tampu-EyaTel: (0844) 478 0015
18-22 Ashwin StreetFax: (0872) 115 8436
Dalstonhttp://www.cara-online.org
Hackneyinfo@cara-online.org
London,E8 3DL
CARA (Central Africa's Rights & Aids Society) is an independent charity that was set up in July 2003 to provide free legal advice and respresentation to people facing disadvantage. It is an international organisation committed and dedicated to empowering the poor by promoting justice, health, education and social development of all its members and the public by improving the quality of life of the disadvantaged people of our community through helping them to know, understand and achieve their rights. We rely on our members and the generosity of the public in securing donations and legacies so that we can continue the work we provide.
 
 
Centre for Accessible Environments(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Centre for Alternative Technology(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Centre For Policy On Ageing(Charity Number)207163
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education(Charity Number)327805
(Contact) Dr Artemi SakellariadisTel: 0117 328 4007
New Redland BuildingFax: 0117 328 4005
Coldharbour Lanehttp://www.csie.org.uk
Frenchay,admin@csie.org.uk
Bristol,BS16 1QU
The Centre for Studies on Inclusive Education (CSIE) is an independent centre, set up in 1982, actively supporting inclusive education as a human right of every child.
 
 
Centrepoint(Charity Number)292411
(Contact) Kate SloanTel: 020 7426 5354
CentrepointFax: 020 7426 5450
Neil Househttp://www.centrepoint.org.uk
7 Whitechapel House,fundraising@centrepoint.org
London,E1 1DU
Centrepoint is the national charity for homeless and socially excluded young people. Each year it helps more than a thousand newly homeless young people with accommodation and advice and assists them with finding a job and a permanent place to live. Centrepoint also works to prevent youth homelessness by helping local groups to set up their own housing and advice projects for vulnerable young people at risk.
 
 
Cerebra (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
Rescue Foundation For The Brain Injured Infant.
 
 
Challenging Behaviour Foundation(Charity Number)1060714
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 01634 838739
c/o Friends Meeting HouseFax: 01634 828588
Northgatehttp://www.thecbf.org.uk
Rochesterinfo@thecbf.org.uk
KentME1 1LS
The CBF exists to demonstrate the individuals with severe learning disabilities who are described as having challenging behaviour can enjoy normal life opportunities when their behaviour is properly understood and appropriately managed, and to support parents and carers through education and information to enable this to happen.
 
 
Changing Faces(Charity Number)1011222
(Contact) Frances SealyTel: 0845 4500 275
The Squire Centre,Fax: 0845 4500 276
33-37 University Street,http://www.changingfaces.org.uk
London,info@changingfaces.org.uk
United Kingdom,WC1E 6JN
Changing Faces is the national charity that supports and represents children, young people and adults with disfigurements from any cause.
 
 
Charities Aid Foundation(Charity Number)268369
(Contact) Claire LaityTel: 01732 520 000
Kings HillFax: 01732 520 001
West Mallinghttp://www.CAFonline.org
Kentenquiries@CAFonline.org
ME19 4TA
CAF, Charities Aid Foundation, is a registered charity with a unique mission - to increase the substance of charity in the UK and overseas. To do this, CAF provides financial services designed to meet the specific needs of voluntary organisations and those who support them.
 
 
Charity Logistics(Charity Number)1056801
(Contact) Lisa BrookTel: 0845 1303 845
4th FloorFax: 0845 1303 895
Charles Househttp://www.charitylogistics.org
375 Kensington High Streetenquiries@charitylogistics.org
LondonW14 8QH
We are a charity with the mission to help other charities save money. Our collective purchasing power means that we can provide our members with a range of products, support and services that help them to operate effectively, efficiently and economically.
 
 
Charityboyz(Charity Number)1085854
(Contact) AlisonTel: 07887 618643
9 West StreetFax: Use E-mail Link
Stonebroomhttp://www.charityboyz.zoomshare.com
Alfretoncharityboyz@zoomshare.com
DerbyshireDE55 6LB
A Charity raising money for different charitable organisations who rely on public support, in order to stay running.
 
 
Chartered Banker Institute(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Chartered Institute of Environmental Health(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
CHASE, Hospice Service for Children(Charity Number)1042495
(Contact) Chris Robinson or Annie HeaneyTel: 01483 454213
Loseley ParkFax: 01483 454214
Guildfordhttp://www.chasecare.org.uk
Surreyinfo@chasecare.org.uk
GU3 1HS
CHASE is a children's hospice service supporting life-limited children, young people and their families throughout SW London, Surrey and most of West Sussex. This vital support is provided by a community team, in the families' own homes and at a children's hospice called Christopher's near Guildford. It costs £2.4 million annually to run CHASE. With little or no statutory funding, the majority is raised through general charitable donation.
 
 
CHAT (Children, Health and Therapy)(Charity Number)1101292
(Contact) Jan TubmanTel: 01296 504211
CHAT Charity OfficeFax: 01296 398802
Sue Nicholls Centrehttp://www.chat-charity.org.uk
Bierton Rd, Aylesbury,Details on Site
Buckinghamshire,HP20 1EG
CHAT provides extra equipment, books and assessment tools (where no NHS funding available) for all Aylesbury Vale Children referred to the NHS centre, and supports the Wing Unit, a residential respite care unit for children with complex and severe disabilities, allowing parents special time with the rest of the family.
 
 
Cheltenham Housing Aid Centre(Charity Number)801043
(Contact) Elaine MarriottTel: 01242 226672
31 Prestbury RoadFax: 01242 252119
CheltenhamProvide info, Re: Website
Gloucestershirechelthousingaid@aol.com
GL52 2PP
CHAC exists to provide advice, help and information to empower and enable people to resolve housing need - thereby improving quality of life.
 
 
Chernobyl Children's Project (UK)(Charity Number)1059832
(Contact) Linda WalkerTel: (01457) 863534
Kinder House,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Fitzalan Street,http://www.chernobyl-children.org.uk
Glossop,ccprojectuk@gmail.com
Derbyshire,SK13 7DL
Supporting children living in the Chernobyl affected region through recuperative holidays in the UK and within Belarus: humanitarian aid deliveries; training programmes and educational exchange visits; and projects in Belarus to support children with cancer, children and young people with special needs and children living in state care.
 
 
Chernobyl Childrens Lifeline(Charity Number)1014274
(Contact) Victor E.MizziTel: 01428 642523
CourtsFax: 01428 651642
61 Petworth Roadhttp://www.chernobylchildlifeline.org
Haslemerevictor@chernobylchildlifeline.org
SurreyGU27 3AX
To help children suffering from the after effects of the Chernobyl disaster and economic situation.
 
 
Cherry Trees(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Respite care for chi
 
 
Cheshire West & Wiral Crossroads(Charity Number)1046953
(Contact) Karen UrmstonTel: 0151 343 1960
Ground Floor 2Fax: 0151 343 1507
Candy Park, Old Hall Road,http://www.crossroadscaring.com
Bromboroughcare@crossroadscaring.com
Wirral,CH62 3PE
Cheshire West & Wirral Crossroads, provides respite to carers and people with care needs in West Cheshire & Wirral. All our staff are highly trained and fully police checked.
 
 
Cheshire Wildlife Trust(Charity Number)214927
(Contact) See Our WebsiteTel: (01948) 820728
CWT Bickley Hall Farm,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Bickley,http://www.cheshirewildlifetrust.org.uk
Malpas,info@cheshirewt.org.uk
Cheshire,SY14 8EF
Cheshire Wildlife Trust is the leading independent conservation organisation in the region, working across Cheshire West & Chester, Cheshire East, Halton, Stockport, Tameside, Trafford, Warrington and Wirral.
 
 
Chew Valley Youth Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) SecretaryTel:
Chew Valley Youth Trust,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Blarney Hatch, Stichings Shord Lane,http://www.chewvalleyyouthtrust.org
Bishop Sutton,chewvalleyyouthtrust@gmail.com
Somerset,BS39 5UD
Charity supporting development of people aged 13-19 in the Chew Valley area.
 
 
Chicken Shed Theatre Company(Charity Number)1012369
(Contact) Anita CavalierTel: 020 8351 6161
290 Chase SideFax: 020 8292 0202
Southgatehttp://www.chickenshed.org.uk
Londoninfo@chickenshed.org.uk
N14 4PE
Chicken Shed Theatre Company is a unique organisation that exists to open minds and empower all individuals to see the creative potential and ability both in themselves and in each other, both on and off the stage.
 
 
Child Brain Injury Trust(Charity Number)1113326
(Contact) See our WebsiteTel: 01869 341075
Unit 1Fax: Use E-mail Link
The Great Barnhttp://www.cbituk.org
Baynards Green Farminfo@cbituk.org
Baynards Green, Oxon,OX27 7SG
The Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT) is a UK-wide charity offering support to anyone affected by childhood brain injury which has happened after birth. Aquired brain injury is not something families prepare for. The Child Brain Injury Trust responds to the needs of those families in the following ways; Child and Family Support, providing local support, information, training and social opportunities for children and families affected by an acquired brain injury. Training, CBIT offers training for professionals working with young people with an acquired brain injury. Information, CBIT has a wide range of information on acquired brain injury including publications for children, young people and families. CBIT, operates a helpline (0845) 601 4939 and our website above both of which offer ready access to information. Raising awareness, CBIT works tirelessly to make people more aware of the issues, surrounding childhood acquired brain injury so that families are able to access the support they need and live life to the full within their communities.
 
 
Child Care Action Trust (UK)(Charity Number)1076757
(Contact) Alan J WilkesTel: 0845 2300 195
PO Box 183Fax: 0845 2300 295
St Leonards-on-Seahttp://www.thechildcareactiontrust.org.uk
East Sussexchildcareaction@aol.com
UK,TN38 1ZQ
The Child Care Action Trust provides Equipment and facilities, not freely available from the Health Service or affordable by parents for the relief of disabled children living in the United Kingdom.
 
 
Child Concern Consortium(Charity Number)1103052
(Contact) Sarah BamberTel: (020) 7522 6910
5th Floor City Reach,Fax: (020) 7512 2010
5 Greenwich View Place,http://www.childconcernconsortium.org.uk
London,office@childconcernconsortium.org.uk
UK,E14 9NN
A special group of FIVE small charities working together to provide help and support for vulnerable children and their families across the UK. FIVE is better than one!
 
 
Child Growth Foundation(Charity Number)274325
(Contact) Jenny ChildTel: (020) 8995 0257
21 Malvern Drive,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Sutton Coldfield,http://www.childgrowthfoundation.org
UK,info@childgrowthfoundation.org
B76 1PZ
Supporting adults and children (and their families) who are affected by a growth condition.
 
 
Child In Need Institute (UK)(Charity Number)1092674
(Contact) Anna TaylorTel: 020 7793 3714
Suite 631Fax: Use E-mail Link
456-458 Strandhttp://www.ciniuk.org
Londoninfo@ciniuk.org
UK,WC2R 0DZ
Child In Need Institute UK helps poor mothers and children in India break free of the inter-generational cycle of poverty, malnutrition and ill health. It is an Indian NGO with local staff working with local communities and local government to bring about lasting change.
 
 
Child Poverty Action Group(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Child Rights International Network (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: New Name For Creativ
 
 
Child Victims of Crime(Charity Number)1043101
(Contact) Dominic ChambersTel: 01785 227325
The Moat HouseFax: 01785 229338
133 Newport Roadhttp://www.cvoc.org.uk
Staffordinfo@cvoc.org.uk
StaffordshireST16 2EZ
Our aim is to provide material support for any child victim up to and including the age of 16 years who has been a victim of, or traumatised by any criminal offence committed in the UK. These children are nominated to us only by serving police officers.
 
 
ChildAid to Russia & the Republics(Charity Number)281099
(Contact) Martin WilcoxTel: 020 8460 6046
PO Box 200Fax: 020 8466 1244
Bromleyhttp://www.childaidrr.org.uk
Kentcharitymanager@childaidrr.org.uk
BR1 1QF
We seek to enable lives to be transformed by supporting disadvantaged children and young people in Russia, Ukraine, Moldova and Belarus. In collaboration with local partners we improve the quality of life for street children, orphans and children with disabilities, through long term aid and development initiatives.
 
 
ChildFlight(Charity Number)327986
(Contact) Stephen SeftonTel: 0161 489 6393
15 Arbury AvenueFax: 0161 489 6376
Cheadle Heathhttp://www.childflight.co.uk
Stockportsteve@childflight.co.uk
ManchesterSK3 0QA
ChildFlight is a children's charity established in 1987. Based at Manchester Airport with representatives and strong fund raising links in the areas of Manchester, Blackpool, Wirral and the North West of England. ChildFlight is a charity which specialises in providing flights and holidays for sick and deserving children of all ages, (essentially from the North West of England), for example children who require medical treatment abroad or have missed out on childhood experiences due to illness or who are socially deserving. While the voluntary team of ChildFlight provide the expertise, enthusiasm and administration, it is the generosity of many companies, organisations and individuals in raising and donating money, that makes it possible to bring not only sunshine and fun into childrens lives, but a sense of wonder, adventure and laughter and much needed medical help. As ChildFlight is operated entirely by volunteers 99p in every £1 donated is used to provide flights, holidays and parties for children.
 
 
Childhood Epilepsy Information Service(Charity Number)311877
(Contact) See Our WebsiteTel: 01342 831342
NCYPEFax: 01342 834639
St Piers Lane, Lingfield,http://www.ncype.org.uk
Surreyenquiry@ncype.org.uk
UK,RH7 6PW
The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE), is the UK's leading provider of education, treatment and care for young people with complex epilepsy and neurological disorders. As a national charity, it works in partnership with Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children NHS Trust and the Institute of Child Health. Our Telephone Information Helpline is available from 9am-1pm Monday - Friday.
 
 
Childhood Eye Cancer Trust(Charity Number)327493
(Contact) Sonia HomeTel: 020 73775578
Childhood Eye Cancer TrustFax: 020 73770740
The Royal London Hospitalhttp://www.chect.org.uk
Whitechapel Roadinfo@chect.org.uk
London,E1 1BB
As the Charity for Children with Eye Cancer, we have three aims: 1 Supporting families affected in many emotional and practical ways. 2. Funding key research projects into this potentially fatal disease. 3. Raising awareness with health professionals and the public. Please help us to continue this vital work.
 
 
Childhood First(Charity Number)286909
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 020 7928 7388
Station HouseFax: 020 7261 1307
150 Waterloo Roadhttp://www.childhoodfirst.org.uk
LondonSupport@childhoodfirst.org.uk
SE1 8SB
Childhood First helps traumatised children from all over the UK. These children and young people have experienced the worst start in life imaginable, suffering abuse, neglect and deprivation. Through dedicated, specialist, long-term care, therapy and education we help our children move on to a brighter future.
 
 
ChildHope(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Street children worl
 
 
Childline(Charity Number)1003758
(Contact) Information OfficerTel: 020 7239 1000
Studd StreetFax: 020 7239 1001
Londonhttp://www.childline.org.uk
N1 0QWinfo@childline.org.uk
Childline is the UK's 24-hour helpline for children in trouble or danger. Trained volunteer counsellors comfort, advise and protect children and young people. The number for children to call is 0800 1111.
 
 
Childline Midlands & East Anglia(Charity Number)1003758
(Contact) Provide infoTel: 0870 336 2955
2/2a Prince of Wales CourtFax: 0870 336 2956
6 Church Streethttp://www.childline.org.uk
Old Basfordmidgrpfund@childline.org.uk
NottinghamNG6 0GD
Childline is the UKs free 24 hour helpline for children & young people in danger or distress. Childline receives only minimal financial support from local and central government, and so has to rely on the support of the public, business and grant making trusts donations for over 90% of our income.
 
 
Childnet International (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
Promoting the Web
 
 
CHILDREN 1ST(Charity Number)SC 016092
(Contact) Kara SzifrisTel: 0141 334 8076
c/o LTSFax: 0141 334 7409
74 Victoria Crescent Roadhttp://www.children1st.org.uk
Glasgowkara.szifris@children1st.org.uk
G12 9JN
CHILDREN 1ST has been working for over 100 years to give every child in Scotland a safe and secure childhood. CHILDREN 1ST protects children from harm and neglect, helps them recover from abuse and promotes children's rights. Help us help children come to terms with their traumatic experiences and move forward.
 
 
Children in Crisis(Charity Number)1020488
(Contact) Please see our WebsiteTel: 020 7627 1040
206-208 Stewarts RoadFax: 020 7627 1050
Londonhttp://www.childrenincrisis.org.uk
SW8 4UBinfo@childrenincrisis.org.uk
Children in Crisis exists to improve the lives of children around the world affected by conflict, deprivation, poverty or other hidden crises, by working with local communities to provide education, healthcare and protection.
 
 
Children in Distress(Charity Number)1001327
(Contact) Alisdair BarronTel: 0141 559 5690
Suite 36/38Fax: 0141 559 5694
Ladywell Business Centrehttp://www.childrenindistress.org
94 Duke Streetinfo@childrenindistress.org.uk
GlasgowG4 0UW
Children in Distress is a non denominational Christian Charity which for the last seventeen years has cared for the children of Eastern Europe touched by HIV/AIDS or living with the severest disabilities as a result of accident, infection, genetic and neurological disorders. In the Charity's three children's hospices, child development centres, community based projects and school children with Autistic pectrum Disorders (ASD) and through its associated annual conference and workshop programme; we offer the highest standards of palliative and nursing care, multiple therapy, education and development programmes, training and advocacy for up to ten thousand.
 
 
Children In Need India(Charity Number)1092674
(Contact) Anna TaylorTel: 020 7582 1400
11 Mowll StreetFax: Use E-mail Link
London,http://www.cini.org.uk
United Kingdom,info@cini.org.uk
SW9 6BG
CINI helps poor mothers and children in India break free of the intergenerational cycle of poverty, malnutrition and ill health. The charity has a strong track record of bringing about sustainable improvements in nutrition, health, education and child protection. CINI is an Indian NGO with local staff working with local communities and local government to bring about lasting change. The charity provides nurturing support at key stages in the life cycle - childhood, adolescence, and pregnancy. This helps mothers lay the foundations for a happy and healthy future for their children. CINI not only helps mothers and children directly, it also acts as a "Mother NGO" responsible for sharing best practice with other charities working in the region, and government staff, so that more people can benefit from its work. CINI in the UK raises funds and awareness for this vital work.
 
 
Children in Scotland(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: For organisations an
 
 
Children in Wales(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Umbrella body for th
 
 
Children North East(Charity Number)222041
(Contact) Martine GrayTel: 0191 2562444
Fundraising/PR DeptFax: 0191 2562446
89 Denhill Parkhttp://www.children-ne.org
Newcastle Upon Tynemartine.gray@children-ne.org
NE15 6QE
We are then regions longest established childrens charity, and currently manage 18 community based projects throughout Northumberland, Tyne and Wear and County Durham. We aim to promote the interests and identify the needs of children, young people and their families, and help them to overcome any inequalities they may face.
 
 
Children of Fiji(Charity Number)1082331
(Contact) Peter and Margaret LongTel: 01300 320433
1 South Drive,Fax: 01300 321430
Cattistock,http://www.dynamicduo.co.uk
Dorchester,info@dynamicduo.co.uk
Dorset,DT2 0JG
The declared aim of 'Children of Fiji' is to advance education, health and welfare and to relieve poverty of children in Fiji. We would be happy to receive donations of children's reading books, stationery, pencils etc as well as money donations for the larger projects.
 
 
Children of the Andes(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Street children and
 
 
Children United(Charity Number)1098864
(Contact) Julie FosterTel: Use E-mail Link
35 Derwent CrescentFax: Use E-mail Link
Kettering http://www.childrenunited.ik.com
Northantsindiacu@talk21.com
NN16 8UH
Children United! is a UK based, registered charity, that works with a congregation of Sisters in India. We help them to build and run schools, orphanages and childrens hostels. We link schools here in the UK with schools in India.
 
 
Children Walking Tall(Charity Number)1106528
(Contact) Pat LyonTel: (01777) 228715
10 Byron CloseFax: Use E-mail Link
Darltonhttp://www.childrenwalkingtall.com
Newarkchildrenwalkingtall@hotmail.com
NottinghamshireNG22 0TG
The aim of the charity Children Walking Tall, is to support street children in India by offering food, education and shelter, no matter what their background, religion or circumstance. Allowing the children to do what all children should be able to do PLAY!
 
 
Children With Cancer UK(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Children with Leukaemia(Charity Number)298405
(Contact) Edward CopisarowTel: 020 7404 0808
51 Great Ormond StreetFax: 020 7404 3666
Londonhttp://www.leukaemia.org
WC1N 3JQEdward@leukaemia.org
Until quite recently, most children with leukaemia died. Nowadays, major advances in treatment are being achieved, but still one in three children are diagnosed with this devastating cancer of the blood is dying. Please contact us if you'd like to join our fight to find improved treatments and ultimately a cure.
 
 
Children's Food Trust (UK)(Charity Number)1118995
(Contact) Wendy CarterTel: (0114) 299 6901
3rd Floor, 1 East Parade,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Sheffield,http://www.childrensfoodtrust.org.uk
South Yorkshire,info@childrensfoodtrust.org.uk
UK,S1 2ET
The Children's Food Trust protects every child's right to eat better, and therefore do better. We run the country's largest network of healthy cooking clubs and support schools, early years settings, caterers and local authorities to ensure that children receive the nutrition they need to learn and grow.
 
 
Childrens Country Holiday Fund(Charity Number)206958
(Contact) Alisa HamzicTel: 0207 928 6522
42-43 Lower MarshFax: 0207 401 3961
Tanswell Streethttp://www.childrensholidays-cchf.org
Londoncchf@dircon.co.uk
SE1 7RG
CCHF exists to offer London children in need 5-12 years and their families the highest quality holiday experience, in the safest possible environment.
 
 
Childrens Heart Federation(Charity Number)1120557
(Contact) See our WebsiteTel: 0207 422 0630
2-4 Great Eastern StreetFax: 0207 247 2087
Londonhttp://www.chfed.org.uk
EC2A 3NWinfo@chfed.org.uk
The Childrens Heart Federation is a national charity which represents heart organisations throughout the UK and Ireland. We provide information and support, medical equipment and grants, and campaign to improve the clinical and social care of children with heart conditions.
 
 
Childrens Hospice Association Scotland(Charity Number)SC 019724
(Contact) See Our WebsiteTel: 0131 444 1900
Head OfficeFax: 0131 444 4001
Canal Courthttp://www.chas.org.uk
42 Craiglockhart Avenueinfo@chas.org.uk
EdinburghEH14 1LT
Childrens Hospice Association Scotland (CHAS) is the Scottish charity committed to the provision of childrens hospice services in Scotland, working exclusively with children, with life limiting conditions and their families. CHAS runs Rachel House in Kinross and Robin House in Balloch. Also, Rachel House at Home, based in Inverness, provides an at home service for families in the North of Scotland.
 
 
Childrens Hospital Tsunami Appeal Fund(Charity Number)1109025
(Contact) Dr WickTel: 01908 677373
37 Tennyson DriveFax: 01908 677373
Newport Pagnellhttp://www.chtaf.org
Buckinghamshireinfo@chtaf.org
MK16 8PH
Childrens Hospital Tsunami Appeal Fund (CHTAF) is the smallest UK charity helping to build the ONLY childrens hospital in any of the tsunami stricken countries in the world. They are building it in Sri Lanka where an estimated 20,000 children died. Currently there is only one childrens hospital for the entire island. 100% of all donations go directly to the project with no deductions of salaries, admin costs, etc.
 
 
Childrens Legal Centre(Charity Number)281222
(Contact) Dominic BascomeTel: 01206 872466
University of Essex,Fax: 01206 874026
Wivenhoe Park,http://www.childrenslegalcentre.com
Colchester,clc@essex.ac.uk
Essex,CO4 3SQ
The Childrens Legal Centre is a unique, independent national charity concerned with law and policy affecting children and young people. The Childrens Legal Centre has many years of experience in providing legal advice and representation to children, their carers and professionals throughout the UK. Child Law Advice Line, (0845) 120 2948, Family Law Advice via Community Legal Advice, (0845) 345 4345. Lines open Monday - Friday, 9.00am - 5.00pm
 
 
Childrens Liver Disease Foundation(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Childrens Mitochondrial Disease Network(Charity Number)1070533
(Contact) Paul PrestonTel: 01606 43946
Mayfield HouseFax: 01606 43946
30 Heber Walkhttp://www.emdn-mitonet.co.uk
Northwichinfo_cmdn@btinternet.com
CheshireCW9 5JB
The only UK charity, providing information and support for Mitochondrial Diseases, Disorders and Associated conditions. Intitially Established 1993.
 
 
Childrens Music Theatre Ltd(Charity Number)261159
(Contact) Jenny Brass (Administrator)Tel: 0207 422 8290
2-4 Great Eastern StreetFax: 0870 903 3785
Londonhttp://www.nymt.org.uk
EC2A 3NWenquiries@nymt.org.uk
The National Youth Music Theatre works with young people aged 11 to 21 through music theatre workshops and productions.
 
 
Childrens Society(Charity Number)221124
(Contact) Supporter ActionTel: 0845 300 1128
Edward Rudolf HouseFax: Use E-mail Link
Margery Streethttp://www.childrenssociety.org.uk
Londonsupporteraction@childrenssociety.org.uk
WC1X 0JL
The Childrens Society is a leading childrens charity committed to making childhood better for all children in the UK.
 
 
Childrens Wind Orchestra of Great Britain(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Chilterns Dog Rescue Society(Charity Number)257557
(Contact) David LewisTel: 01442 876009
Hog LaneFax: 01442 876009
Ashley Greenhttp://www.chilternsdogrescue.org.uk
Cheshamcdrs@btinternet.com
BuckinghamshireHP5 3NX
Established in 1963, Chilterns Dog Rescue Society offers accommodation and care for unwanted and homeless dogs until permanent homes can be found for them. The Society has successfully homed over 16,000 dogs and the charity currently re-homes approximately 400 dogs each year.
 
 
Choice Support(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: ####################
 
 
Choices & Rights Disability Coalition(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Cholsey & Wallingford Railway Society(Charity Number)295279
(Contact) Susan HarringtonTel: 01491 835 067
Wallingford StationFax: Use E-mail Link
5 Hithercroft Roadhttp://www.cholsey-wallingford-railway.com
Wallingfordcwrail@yahoo.co.uk
Oxfordshire,OX10 9GQ
Cholsey & Wallingford Railway Preservation Society have Heritage trains in South Oxfordshire, resident diesel and visiting steam locomotive with 1950's coaches.
 
 
Chris Lucas Trust(Charity Number)1085775
(Contact) Lynn LucasTel: 0191 263 2884
95 Lancaster DriveFax: Use E-mail Link
Hadrian Parkhttp://www.chrislucastrust.com
Wallsendlynn@chrislucastrust.com
Tyne and WearNE28 9TF
Caring for children and young adults with cancer. Fundraisng to appoint a medical researcher and keep him in post to find better treatments or ultimately find a cure for a horrific childhood cancer called RHABDOMYOSARCOMA, 25% of the population are children but 100% our future.
 
 
Christian Aid(Charity Number)1105851
(Contact) Christian AidTel: (020) 7620 4444
PO Box 100,Fax: (020) 7620 0719
Londonhttp://www.christianaid.org.uk
UK,info@christian-aid.org
SE1 7RT
Christian Aid is a Christian International development organisation that insists the world can and must be swiftly changed to one where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty.
 
 
Christian Community Ministries(Charity Number)1020071
(Contact) Maxwell KeeltyTel: (01606) 782244
105 Runcorn Road,Fax: (01606) 782244
Barntonhttp://www.ccm-international.org
Northwichmaxkeelty.ccm@tesco.net
CheshireCW8 4EX
Christian Community Ministries helps the poor and needy families in Romania. Our main work is the support of Emanuel Children's Home, which accomodates twelve children and employs about 10 Romanians. The charity is registered in Romania and was founded in 1992 since such time we have been working with the street children in the city of Cluj-Napoca. We are currently embarking on a new construction programme which includes a new Children's Home for twenty children and the refurbishment of the existing home for the elderly. Our vision includes more homes for both children and the elderly and the provision of small Bible Colleges.
 
 
Christian Youth Enterprises Sailing Centre(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Christians Abroad(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Chronic Granulomatous Disorder Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Church Housing Trust(Charity Number)802801
(Contact) Sally IsaacsTel: 020 7269 1630
PO Box 50296Fax: 020 7404 2562
Londonhttp://www.churchhousingtrust.org.uk
EC1P 1WFinfo@cht.dircon.co.uk
Church Housing Trust raises funds to benefit homeless people and those in housing need, and in particular those cared for by English Churches Housing Group.
 
 
Church Urban Fund(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Churches Child Protection Advisory Service(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Churches Conservation Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Circulation Foundation(Charity Number)1102769
(Contact) Miss Terrie McCannTel: 020 7430 9235
c/o The Vascular SocietyFax: ####################
35-43 Lincolns Inn Fieldshttp://www.circulationfoundation.org.uk
London020 7304 4779
terrie@vascularsocie
 
 
Citizens Advice(Charity Number)279057
(Contact) Susan WhitakerTel: 020 7833 2181
Myddelton HouseFax: 020 7833 4371
115-123 Pentonville Roadhttp://www.citizensadvice.org.uk
LondonSee Website, Re: E-mail Link
N1 9LZ
An Independent organisation providing free, confidential and impartial advice and information on all subjects to anyone. The address and telephone number of your local CAB can be found in the telephone directory. For CAB advice online, see www.adviceguide.org.uk. To enquire about local volunteering opportunities call 08451 264 264 (local rate). Remember, when contacting us, either by telephone or facsimile, that both numbers are for admin only.
 
 
Citizens Income Trust (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
City Of London Academy (Southwark) Limited(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: ####################
 
 
City of Norwich Aviation Museum(Charity Number)287745
(Contact) CustodianTel: (04160) 389 3080
Old Norwich Road,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Horsham St Faith,http://www.cnam.co.uk
Norwich,admin@cnam.co.uk
Norfolk,NR10 3JF
Keeping Norfolk's Aviation Heritage Alive.
 
 
Civic Voice(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Civitas (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Clann Sona(Charity Number)20091
(Contact) Hugh FergusonTel: 01698 265694
89 High StreetFax: 01698 324727
MotherwellPlease Provide info, Re: Website
ML1 3HUcharity@clannsona.freeserve.co.uk
We have transported over 500 tones of aid to Romania, using borrowed trucks and unpaid volunteer staff. Each trip costs £3000 and we have sent £5000 to purchase goods locally. The cost of storage and transport is covered by individual donations, mostly via Gift Aid, but it is never quite enough. Our mobile telephone number, should you require it, is (07881) 934648.
 
 
Classic FM Foundation (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Claymills Pumping Engines Trust(Charity Number)1030331
(Contact) Roy BarrattTel: (01283) 509929
Claymills Victorian Pumping Station,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Meadow Lane, Stretton,http://www.claymills.org.uk
Burton-on-Trent,enquiries@claymills.org.uk
Staffordshire,DE13 0DA
The charity is restoring the Claymills Victorian Pumping Station, one of Britain's largest Victorian steam operated pumping stations.
 
 
Cleaford Christian Trust(Charity Number)1039861
(Contact) Angus CleaverTel: 0845 124 9402
46 Hazell RoadFax: 01252 459003
Farnhamhttp://www.cleafordchristiantrust.org.uk
Surreyinfo@cleafordchristiantrust.org.uk
GU9 7BP
The Cleaford Christian Trust is a British Charity working in Romania with - planting Baptist churches, supporting the Brasov Childrens Hospital, working with FAST Romanian charity to help the very poor, especially Roma.
 
 
Clear Vision Trust(Charity Number)1019669
(Contact) MunishaTel: (0161) 839 9579
16-20 Turner Street,Fax: (0161) 850 1839
Manchester,http://www.clear-vision.org
Lancashire,clearvision@clear-vision.org
UK,M4 1DZ
Clear Vision is a small Buddhist charity which promotes the understanding of Buddhism through audio-visual material, award-winning DVDs and online interactive resources. Our audience consists of both students in the school system and Buddhists worldwide.
 
 
Cleft Lip and Palate Association(Charity Number)277842
(Contact) Alexandra de LaszloTel: 020 7833 4883
1st FloorFax: Use E-mail Link
Green Man Towerhttp://www.clapa.com
332 Goswell Roadinfo@clapa.com
LondonEC1V 7LQ
CLAPA offers information and support to individuals and families affected by cleft lip and/or cleft palate. This includes literature, telephone support, parent-to-parent contact via our network of local Branches, specialist bottles and teats via mail order, childrens camps. Please contact Head Office for further information.
 
 
CLIC Sargent(Charity Number)1107328
(Contact) HelplineTel: 0800 197 0068
Griffin HouseFax: 020 8752 2806
161 Hammersmith Roadhttp://www.clicsargent.org.uk
Londonhelpline@clicsargent.org.uk
W6 8SG
CLIC Sargent (Caring for children with Cancer) provides support to children and young people with cancer and leukaemia and their families through, Clinical and Care Professionals, CLIC Sargent funds specialist Doctors, Nurses, Social Workers, Family Support Workers, Youth Workers, Play Specialists to provide care, support and advocacy to children and young people with cancer and their families in hospital and at home. Homes from Home, CLIC Sargent run homes allowing parents, children and siblings to stay together near the hospital. Holidays, CLIC Sargent provides free opportunities for families to take a break from treatment in supported settings. Care Grants, CLIC Sargent give grants to help families cope financially. Research, CLIC Sargent fund a number of research projects to identify causes and treatments of childhood cancer and also look at managing the many side effects that treatment impose on children which can have significant impact on their future lives.
 
 
Clifton Scientific Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: A new vision for sci
 
 
Climb(Charity Number)1089588
(Contact) Steve HanniganTel: 0870 7700325
Climb BuildingFax: 0870 7700327
176 Nantwich Roadhttp://www.climb.org.uk
Creweinfo.svcs@climb.org.uk
CheshireCW2 6BG
Climb is the National Information Centre for Metabolic Diseases and provides information and support to children, young people, adults, families and professionals on over 700 different disorders.
 
 
CMT United Kingdom(Charity Number)1112370
(Contact) Karen ButcherTel: 0870 7744314
PO Box 5089Fax: Use E-mail Link
Christchurchhttp://www.cmt.org.uk
Dorsetsecretary@cmt.org.uk
BH23 7ZX
The national Support group for people affected by Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease, the most common inherited neurological condition. We provide information, advice and support.
 
 
Coastguard Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
COCO(Charity Number)SCO 30428
(Contact) Lucy PhilipsonTel: 0191 261 7427
3rd Floor,Fax: Use E-mail Link
14 Blandford Square,http://www.coco.org.uk
Newcastle Upon Tyneinfo@coco.org.uk
UK,NE1 4HZ
COCO (Comrades of Children Overseas) is an international children's charity that works with communities in remote regions of the developing world to alleviate the poverty preventing children's education. Founded by former Olympic athlete Steve Cram and Army Corp Major, Jim Panton in 2000 the charity has since raised £2.8 million to fund small, sustainable, community led initiatives that enable children to access education and the opportunities it provides. Currently COCO is working with project partners in, Tanzania, Kenya and Ghana.
 
 
Coeliac UK(Charity Number)1048167
(Contact) Anna GodfreyTel: 01494 437278
Suites A-DFax: 01494 474349
Octagon Courthttp://www.coeliac.org.uk
High Wycombehelpline@coeliac.co.uk
BuckinghamshireHP11 2HS
Coeliac UK is the only charity in the UK, which supports those with coeliac disease and dermatitis herpetiformis. It receives no government funding and is dependent on the generosity of the public to fund practical support, awareness raising and research into the condition.
 
 
COIF Charities Deposit Fund(Charity Number)1046249
(Contact) Amy BestTel: 0800 022 3505
80 CheapsideFax: 0844 561 5126
Londonhttp://www.ccla.co.uk
City of Londonclientservices@ccla.co.uk
EC2V 6DZ
The COIF Charities Deposit Fund is specifically designed to meet the needs of the charity sector, complementing existing banking arrangements. Overall CCLA deposit funds have grown to over £2 billion as more and more organisations have taken the decision to do something about getting more from their cash.
 
 
College of Optometrists(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Colostomy Association(Charity Number)1113471
(Contact) Sue HaleTel: 0118 939 1537
2 London Court,Fax: Use E-mail Link
East Street,http://www.colostomyassociation.org.uk
Reading,cass@colostomyassociation.org.uk
Berkshire,RG1 4QL
The Colostomy Association offers practical and emotional support to colostomates and their families/carers. We have over 90 volunteers around the country, all have a stoma, who are there to advise and encourage. We also operate a 24 hour helpline 365 days a year. We also publish a quarterly magazine, "Tidings" and can issue literature on a range of topics.
 
 
Colt Foundation(Charity Number)277189
(Contact) Mrs Jackie DouglasTel: 023 9249 1400
New LaneFax: 023 9249 1363
Havanthttp://www.coltfoundation.org.uk
Hampshirejackie.douglas@uk.coltgroup.com
PO9 3PJ
Our main area of interest is to finance and encourage research into occupational health, especially seeking the causes of illnesses resulting wholly or largely from conditions in the workplace. We also support students taking higher degrees in areas related to occupational health.
 
 
Colwinston Charitable Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Combat Stress(Charity Number)206002
(Contact) Mrs R.DunnTel: 01372 841600
Tyrwhitt HouseFax: 01372 841601
Oaklawn Roadhttp://www.combatstress.org.uk
Leatherheadcontactus@combatstress.org.uk
Surrey,KT22 0BX
Helping Ex-Servicemen and women suffering psychological problems due to their Service career.
 
 
Comic Relief(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Common Ground(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: champions of local d
 
 
Commonwealth Education Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Community Action Network(Charity Number)1075749
(Contact) Andrew CroftTel: (020) 7250 8001
CAN Mezzanine,Fax: Use E-mail Link
49-51 East Road,http://www.can-online.org.uk
London,marketing@can-online.org.uk
UK,N1 6AH
CAN supports social entrepreneurs to scale up their businesses and maximise their social impact. We do this by providing award-winning high quality flexible office space and leveraging social investment with strategic business support to the third sector.
 
 
Community Base(Charity Number)1052456
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
Brighton
 
 
Community Composting Network(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Community Development Foundation(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: ####################
 
 
Community Emergency Foodbank(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Community Fair(Charity Number)XT32832
(Contact) PaulTel: (0845) 338 3008
The Old Bank House,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Market Square,http://www.communityfair.org
Petworth,mail@communityfair.org
West Sussex,GU28 0AH
Community Fair is a not-for-profit charitable organisation dedicated to improving community life and social well-being.
 
 
Community Therapists Network (UK)(Charity Number)1084039
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Compassion in Care(Charity Number)1102282
(Contact) Eileen ChubbTel: (01689) 875604
19A Transmere Road,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Orpington,http://www.compassionincare.com
Kent,info@compassionincare.com
UK,BR5 1DT
Expose neglect and abuse of the elderly in care and help relatives and whistle-blowers who raise concerns. We do not accept donations from the care sector or government as unlike others we believe this would be a conflict of interests.
 
 
Compassion in World Farming(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Compton Verney(Charity Number)1032478
(Contact) Paula JonesTel: 01926 645500
Compton Verney House TrustFax: 01926 645501
Compton Verneyhttp://www.comptonverney.org.uk
Warwickshirepaula.jones@comptonverney.org.uk
CV35 9HZ
Compton Verney is an art gallery in a magnificent Adam House, set in grounds landscaped by Capability Brown. Opened in 2004, the gallery has a permanent collection of British, Italian, German and Chinese art and shows temporary exhibitions of historic and contemporary art. Our aim is to make art accessible to all.
 
 
Computer Aid International(Charity Number)1069256
(Contact) Chiao KwanTel: 0208 361 5540
10 Brunswick Industrial Park,Fax: 0208 361 7051
Brunswick Way,http://www.computeraid.org
London,enquiries@computeraid.org
Greater London,N11 1JL
Computer Aid International is a UK-registered ICT for development charity which aims to reduce poverty through practical ICT solutions. We collect IT equipment for distribution in hospitals, universities, schools and not-for-profit organisations in over 100 countries for reuse in agriculture, health and education projects across UK, Africa and Latin America.
 
 
Computer Recyclers Org(Charity Number)1104549
(Contact) John HarleyTel: 020 7558 8469
53 Shepherds HillFax: Use E-mail Link
Londonhttp://www.computerrecyclers.org.uk
N6 5QPinfo@computerrecyclers.org.uk
CRO needs your old laptops, mobile phones, cisco routers and other peripherals. We recycle these and donate them to NGOs, (Non Governmental Organisations) in Africa. For more information, please see our website.
 
 
Computers for Charities(Charity Number)1070286
(Contact) Simon Rooksby (Chairman)Tel: 01323 840641
Cemetery LodgeFax: Use E-mail Link
Ersham Roadhttp://www.computersforcharities.org
Hailshamc.f.c@btinternet.com
East SussexBN27 3LJ
Computers for Charities provides wide ranging support to Charities and Voluntary groups through I.T support and advice. Services include consultancy, non profit sales of new and second user equipment. Plus educational and vocational programmes within the UK and Overseas. Computers for Charities recycles and refurbishes donated computer equipment, including mobile phones, inkjet and laser cartridges.
 
 
Concern Worldwide(Charity Number)39647
(Contact) Barry McDonaghTel: (353) 01 4754162
52-55 Lower Camden StreetFax: (353) 01 4757362
Dublin 2http://www.concern.ie
info@concern.ie
Our Mission is to enable absolutely poor people to achieve major improvements in their lifestyles which are sustainable without ongoing support from Concern. To this end we will work with the poor themselves and with local and International partners who share our vision to create just and peaceful societies where the poor can exercise their fundamental rights.
 
 
Confectioners Benevolent Fund(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Confederation of Tape Information Services(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: COTIS
 
 
Connect(Charity Number)511328
(Contact) Christine JonesTel: 01744 731113
College StreetFax: 01744 677367
St Helenshttp://www.connectparents.org.uk
Merseysidechristine_jones@btconnect.com
WA10 1UH
Connect is a St Helens based charity working to improve services for disabled children and their families. Connect supports families who have children with special needs and/or a disability, we also run a pamper session/coffee morning for parents/dads/grandparents. Connect also runs a drop in centre for children with disabilities called fantasy island, an autism support group where parents meet up to share ideas and offer support to each other, a toy library where children can lend various specialised toys.
 
 
Connect-the Communication Disability Network(Charity Number)1081740
(Contact) Sally ByngTel: 020 7367 0840
16-18 Marshalsea RoadFax: 020 7367 0841
Londonhttp://www.ukconnect.org/
SE1 1HLinfo@ukconnect.org
Connect is a national charity that changes the lives of people living with aphasia, communication disability after stroke. The charity exists to influence the services offered by the NHS and other voluntary organisations so that people right across the country can receive practical and innovative and lasting solutions to living with communication disability
 
 
Consumer Credit Counselling Service(Charity Number)1016630
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 0800 138 1111
Wade House,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Merrion Centre,http://www.cccs.co.uk
Leeds,See Contact Form
UK,LS2 8NG
CCCS is the UK's leading debt help charity. We provide free debt advice and debt solutions including Debt Management Plans and IVAs. All our advice is confidential, impartial and free of charge.
 
 
Consumers International (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Contact a Family(Charity Number)284912
(Contact) Bill GilesTel: 020 7608 8700
209-211 City RoadFax: 020 7608 8701
Londonhttp://www.cafamily.org.uk
EC1V 1JNbill@cafamily.org.uk
Contact a family is a national registered charity, founded in 1979, dedicated to helping families who care for children with any disability or special need. At our heart is a unique and powerful combination of Expert and comprehensive knowledge about rare disorders and all aspects of disability, a wealth of personal experience and contacts; and an approach driven first and foremost by parents' point of view. Our aim is never to dictate to families, but always to enable them to organise their own systems of support and contact. If this is 'enabling rather than running' approach that allows us to deliver social change far beyond our resources and size. For advice contact our national freephone Helpline: 0808 808 3555 (10.00am-4pm Monday-Friday - a translation service can be made available) or visit us online at our Website above.
 
 
Contact the Elderly(Charity Number)244681
(Contact) Please see our WebsiteTel: 0207 240 0630
15 Henrietta StreetFax: 0207 379 5781
Londonhttp://www.contact-the-elderly.org
WC2E 8QGinfo@contact-the-elderly.org
Contact the Elderly helps relieve loneliness amongst isolated elderly people by creating small voluntary groups of drivers and hosts who organise outings for tea one Sunday afternoon a month at a host's home. Groups of about 8 to 10 elderly visit a different host each month. This free service brings companionship to nearly 2000 people over 70 living alone with little support throughout England, Scotland and Wales.
 
 
Convoy 2000(Charity Number)1086498
(Contact) Anthony MooreTel: 020 7297 8609
Room 235Fax: 0207 2301967
New Scotland Yardhttp://www.Convoy2000.co.uk
No 7 Soho Squareanthony.moore@met.police.uk
LondonSW1H 0BJ
Convoy 2000 is a charity run by volunteers from the Metropolitan Police, Essex Police and the London Probation Service. The annual convoy of vehicles takes humanitarian aid and building materials to locations currently in Romania where volunteers from the United Kingdom undertake projects to relieve poverty and ignorance. The projects completed are two IT skills centres, a Mini Orphanage and a Hostel for street children, a retail shop and Carpentry Shop to fund the running of a soup kitchen. Current projects are at three orphanages, a School for the Deaf, School for the Blind and at an isolated village School. Two hospitals and a home for the elderly.
 
 
Coppafeel (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Cord (UK)(Charity Number)1070684
(Contact) Cord UK OfficeTel: (01926) 315301
1 New Street,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Leamington Spa,http://www.cord.org.uk
Warwickshire,info@cord.org.uk
UK,CV31 1HP
Cord provides practical solutions to violent conflict in Africa and Asia.
 
 
CORE(Charity Number)262762
(Contact) Jill Hamilton (Administrator)Tel: 020 7486 0341
3 St Andrews Place,Fax: 020 7224 2012
London,http://www.corecharity.org.uk
UK,info@corecharity.org.uk
NW1 4LB
CORE is the new name for Digestive Disorders Foundation, the charity for research and information on digestive diseases. As well as funding expert research into these disorders, CORE also provides a range of patient information for sufferers , their families and friends. Unfortunately we cannot answer individual medical questions.
 
 
Corio Raptor Care and Rehabilitation(Charity Number)1058996
(Contact) Mr R.N.HendersonTel: (01524) 263482
Ashbank Lane,Fax: Use E-mail Link
High Bentham,http://www.raptor.org.uk
North Yorkshire,corio@btinternet.com
UK,LA2 7HX
Corio Raptor Care rescues sick, injured and mistreated birds of prey.
 
 
Cornwall Blind Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Cornwall Wildlife Trust(Charity Number)214929
(Contact) Marie PreeceTel: (01872) 273939
Five Acres,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Allet, Turo,http://www.cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk
Cornwall,info@cornwallwildlifetrust.org.uk
UK,TR4 9DJ
We are the leading local charity working to protect and enhance Cornwall's wildlife and wild places. We are passionate about all aspects of nature conservation and work only in Cornwall. We want to help everyone enjoy nature now and in the future.
 
 
Cotswold Canals Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Cotswold Owl Rescue Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Council for British Archaeology(Charity Number)287815
(Contact) Dr Mike Heyworth MBETel: 01904 671417
CBA,Fax: 01904 671384
St Marys House,http://www.britarch.ac.uk
66 Bootham,info@britarch.ac.uk
York,YO30 7BZ
The CBA is an educational charity working throughout the UK to involve people in archaeology and to promote the appreciation and care of the historic environment for the benefit of present and future generations.
 
 
Council for Disabled Children(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Council for National Parks(Charity Number)295336
(Contact) Sophie SinclairTel: 020 7924 4077
Head of FundraisingFax: 020 7924 5761
246 Lavender Hillhttp://www.cnp.org.uk
Londonsophie@cnp.org.uk
SW11 1LJ
The Council for National Parks is the charity that works to protect and enhance National Parks in the UK, and areas that merit National Park status, and promote understanding and quiet enjoyment of them for the benefit of all. It has both public abd corporate supporters' schemes.
 
 
Council for the Protection of Rural England(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: CPRE
 
 
Council of Christians and Jews(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Countryside Foundation for Education(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Crabble Corn Mill Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Dover
 
 
Craniofacial Support Group(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Cranstoun Drug Services(Charity Number)1061582
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 0208 335 1830
Central Office,Fax: Use E-mail Link
1st Floor, St Andrews House,http://www.cranstoun.org
Surbiton,info@cranstoun.org.uk
Surrey,KT6 4DT
With over 40 years of experience of providing innovative and quality services, Cranstoun - registered charity - helps more than 15,000 people each year in England by supporting their recovery from drugs and alcohol misuse. Cranstoun services include: residential treatment and rehabilitation (CQC registered); structured treatment and recovery services in the community; first steps to recovery and engagement including outreach and harm reduction; recovery and reintegration services incorporated supporting housing, employment, education and volunteer support; specialist young peoples and womens services; and criminal justice services.
 
 
Cri Du Chat Syndrome Support Group(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Another address
 
 
Crimestoppers Trust(Charity Number)297500
(Contact) Clare BarrattTel: 020 8254 3200
Apollo House,Fax: 020 8254 3201
66a London Road,http://www.crimestoppers-uk.org
Morden,cst@crimestoppers-uk.org
Surrey,SM4 5BE
Crimestoppers Trust is the only charity in the uk helping to solve crimes. People can pass on information about crime anonymously through 0800 555 111 without fear of reprisals. Crimestoppers works in partnership with the Police and the media and has 31 regional offices throughout the uk.
 
 
Crisis(Charity Number)1082947
(Contact) Please see WebsiteTel: 0870 011 3335
64 Commercial StreetFax: 0870 011 3336
Londonhttp://www.crisis.org.uk
E1 6LTEnquiries@crisis.org.uk
Crisis works all year-round across the UK helping solitary homeless people fulfil their potential and transform their lives. We develop innovative services which enable them to overcome problems such as addictions and mental health issues. We help them rebuild social and practical skills, join the world of work and reintegrate into society.
 
 
Crossroads(Charity Number)1012177
(Contact) Derek LeonardTel: 0161 763 4163
146 Hornby StreetFax: 0161 761 6707
Buryhttp://www.Burycrossroads.org.uk
LancashireEnquiries@burycrossroads.org.uk
BL9 5BB
There are thousands of disabled (of all ages), cared for by relatives, friends etc, so saving them from being kept in hospital or rest homes. We provide a service nationally to allow the carers some time of their own. To cover this area we have over 200 schemes.
 
 
Croydon Deaf Childrens Society(Charity Number)1032790
(Contact) Pauline BierTel: 020 8647 8665
71 Beeches AvenueFax: Use E-mail Link
Carshaltonhttp://www.croydondeafchildren.org.uk
Surreyinfo@croydondeafchildren.org.uk
SM5 3LJ
Croydon Deaf Childrens Society (CDCS), is a voluntary organisation run by parents and friends of deaf and hearing impaired children living in the boroughs of Croydon, Sutton and Banstead, and the surrounding areas.
 
 
Cruse Bereavement Care(Charity Number)208078
(Contact) See Our WebsiteTel: 020 8939 9530
PO Box 800Fax: 020 8940 1671
Richmondhttp://www.cruse.org.uk
Surrey,info@cruse.org.uk
UK,TW9 1RG
Cruse Bereavement Care exists to promote the well-being of bereaved people and to enable anyone bereaved by death to understand their grief and cope with their loss. Services are free to bereaved people. The charity provides support and offers information, advice, education, advice and training services.
 
 
Cry in the Dark(Charity Number)1071517
(Contact) Steve CooperTel: (020) 867 99162
The New Horizon Centre,Fax: Use E-mail Link
South Lodge Avenue,http://www.cryinthedark.org
Mitcham,info@cryinthedark.org
Surrey,CR4 1LT
We operate a home for life (Casa Lumina) for 23 orphaned special needs young adults in Comanesti, Romania and we operate a multi-disciplinary community palliative care service for children and young adults (Hospice Casa Albert) in Luncani, Romania. Who Benefits: (a) The 23 young adults resident at Casa Lumina continue to be the primary beneficiaries of the work and financial support provided by CITD. However, the local community of Comanesti have also benefitted directly by the provision of local employment and through the education of children and the local community in aspects of social care, (b) Through our multi-disciplinary team at Hospice Casa Albert 85 children were in receipt of palliative care services and they and their families also received counselling, education and advocacy. A day care facility at the hospice also provided respite. Staff have also been supported in their continuing professional development, (c) Through a programme of planned visits to Romania from the UK, CITD continued to offer an opportunity for over 100 people to engage practically and spiritually with our two projects, to undertake building modifications, engage with the children and young people in social and therapeutic activities and to support local staff.
 
 
CSV(Charity Number)291222
(Contact) Georgina StevensTel: 0207 643 1434
237 Pentonville RoadFax: 0207 837 9621
Londonhttp://www.csv.org.uk
N1 9BRgstevens@csv.org.uk
Community Service Volunteers creates opportunities for people to take an active part in the life of their community, by supporting volunteers where they are most needed. We provide opportunities for volunteers to use their skills to help every part of a community, ranging from providing support, tutoring, befriending, training or environmental work.
 
 
Cued Speech Association UK(Charity Number)279523
(Contact) Anne WorsfoldTel: 01803 832784
9 Duke StreetFax: 01803 835311
Dartmouthhttp://www.cuedspeech.co.uk
Devoninfo@cuedspeech.co.uk
TQ6 9PY
The Cued Speech Association provides information about and training in the sound-based language tool. Cued Speech, for families of deaf children, deaf adults and professionals. Cued Speech gives an exact visual representation of spoken language at the same time as normal speech and helps to improve literacy, lipreading and speech.
 
 
CWMG Foundation(Charity Number)1081590
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 01707 644903
125 Shenley RoadFax: Use E-mail Link
Borehamwoodhttp://www.cwmg-foundation.org
Hertfordshireinfo@cwmg-foundation.org
WD6 1AG
We are a christian organisation and we fight for all women and children who suffer from poverty, violence and neglect and stand up for their human rights through a variety of channels to raise awareness and bring about social change and justice. We currently operate in the UK, Eastern Europe, Africa and Asia.
 
 
Cyclical Vomiting Syndrome Association(Charity Number)1045723
(Contact) Dr Robin DoverTel: (01510) 342 01660
77 Wilbury Hills Road,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Letchworth,http://www.cvsa.org.uk
Herts,info@cvsa.org.uk
UK,SG6 4LD
Support and advice for sufferers and families of cyclical vomiting. Advocacy for CVS issues and promoting research into the condition.
 
 
Cymdeithas Gofal Ceredigion Care Society(Charity Number)1143732
(Contact) General EnquiriesTel: (01970) 639111
18 Chalybeate Street,Fax: (01970) 639121
Aberystwyth,http://www.ceredigioncaresociety.org.uk
Ceredigion,info@ceredigioncaresociety.org.uk
Wales,SY23 1HS
Support, help and advice to those who are homeless, threatened with homelessness.
 
 
Cystic Fibrosis Trust(Charity Number)1079049
(Contact) Tom RobinTel: 020 8464 7211
11 London RoadFax: 020 8313 0472
Bromleyhttp://www.cftrust.org.uk
Kentenquiries@cftrust.org.uk
BR1 1BY
Cystic Fibrosis (CF) is the uk's most common, life threatening inherited disease. CF affects vital organs in the body, especially the lungs and pancreas, by literally clogging them with a thick sticky mucus. Average life expectancy is around 30 years. At present there is no cure for Cystic Fibrosis. The Cystic Fibrosis Trust was founded in 1964. It is the only national charity solely concerned with the welfare of people with Cystic Fibrosis. It funds medical and scientific research aimed at understanding, treating and curing CF. The CF Trust receives no government funding and relies on the support of companies, trusts, individuals, CF families and friends. There is clear evidence that the lung disease, which claims 90% of the young lives lost to Cystic Fibrosis, will be controlled by gene therapy. In this way, CF expects to be the first major condition to benefit from the new understanding of genetics. This will cost an additional £15 million over five years. To achieve this we need your help.
 
 
Cystitis and Overactive Bladder Foundation(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Daisy Chain Trust(Charity Number)1088654
(Contact) Use Postal AddressTel: Use Postal Address
c/o Haverhill CABFax: Use Postal Address
4 Swan Lane,Use Postal Address, No Website
Haverhill,Use Postal Address, No E-mail
Suffolk,CB9 9EQ
The Daisy Chain Trust exists to provide financial assistance to anyone inhabiting Haverhill or the surrounding parishes. Grants can be applied for through Haverhill Citizens Advice Bureau, Haverhill Community Centre or Haverhill Social Services. Grants are commonly in the range but all awards are at the discretion of the Trustees.
 
 
Daisy Network(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Premature menopause
 
 
Dance Voice(Charity Number)1054109
(Contact) Mrs Kate MarshTel: (0117) 953 2055
Quaker Meeting House,Fax: (0117) 953 2055
Wedmore Vale,http://www.dancevoice.org.uk
Bedminster,admin@dancevoice.org.uk
Bristol,BS3 5HX
Dance Voice is the home of Dance Movement Psychotherapy in the South West. We are here to help the most marginalised members of the community with mental health issues and to help those with learning difficulties. We also run Educational courses for those who wish to become therapists.
 
 
Dancing Eye Syndrome Support Trust(Charity Number)1060181
(Contact) Jane Stanton-RobertsTel: 01903 532383
78 Quantock RoadFax: Use E-mail Link
Worthinghttp://www.dancingeyes.org.uk
Sussexsupport@dancingeyes.org.uk
UKBN13 2HQ
Provides support and information for families of children with Dancing Eye Syndrome, also known as Opsoclonus Myoclonus or Kinsbourne Syndrome.
 
 
Daphne Jackson Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: For returners to sci
 
 
Darlington Association on Disability(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
David Lewis Centre for Epilepsy(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
David Shepherd Wildlife Foundation(Charity Number)1106893
(Contact) Jill InglisTel: (01483) 272323
61 Smithbrook Kilns,Fax: (01483) 272427
Cranleigh,http://www.davidshepherd.org
Surrey,jill.inglis@davidshepherd.org
UK,GU6 8JJ
DSWF is an adaptable and flexible, non-bureaucratic organisation responding promptly to conservation threats by supporting trusted, reputable individuals and organisations operating in the field. Lean on administration but generous on funding, DSWF supports a range of innovative, vital and far-reaching projects throughout Africa and Asia.
 
 
Daycare Trust(Charity Number)327279
(Contact) See WebsiteTel: 020 7840 3350
21 St Georges RoadFax: 020 7480 3355
Londonhttp://www.daycaretrust.org.uk
SE3 6ESinfo@daycaretrust.org.uk
Daycare Trust is the national childcare charity, campaigning for quality, affordable childcare for all and raising the voices of children, parents and carers. We advise parents and carers, providers, employers, trade unions and policymakers on childcare issues.
 
 
Daytrippers(Charity Number)1097313
(Contact) Jude SaffronTel: 020 7758 0030
36 Great Pulteney StreetFax: 020 7758 0050
Londonhttp://www.daytripperscharity.co.uk
W1F 9NSadmin@daytripperscharity.co.uk
At Daytrippers our sole purpose is to bring extra fun to the lives of children suffering from disabilities, chronic or life limiting illnesses. We are able to do this by providing funding for daytrips. Our aim is to not only give the children a great day out but to also give them a chance of socialise and experience new environments. We know fromexperience that this respite invariably sparks an immediate improvement in their physical and mental attitude. At Daytrippers we only have one rule when it comes to funding - the children must be under the age of 18, other than that the trips only limitation is your imagination. Daytrippers is a registered charity; all our administrative costs are paid independently so every penny we receive is spent on fun days out.
 
 
De Havilland Heritage Museum(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Mosquito Aircraft Mu
 
 
Deaf Education Through Listening And Talking(Charity Number)327736
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Deafblind Scotland(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
http://www.deafblindscotland.org.uk.
 
 
Deafblind UK(Charity Number)802976
(Contact) Laura PerkinsTel: 01733 358100
National Centre for DeafblindnessFax: Use E-mail Link
John and Lucille van Geest Placehttp://www.deafblind.org.uk
Cygnet Road, Hampton,laura.perkins@deafblind.org.uk
PeterboroughPE7 3LG
An estimated 24,000 people in the UK are deafblind. This means that their sight and hearing are impaired to such a degree that it leads to problems with communication, mobility and accessing information. Deafblind UK is a national charity the provides support services to deafblind people and their carers.
 
 
DebRA(Charity Number)1084958
(Contact) Philippa StannardTel: 01344 771961
13 Wellington Business ParkFax: 01344 016786
Dukes Ridehttp://www.debra.org.uk
Crowthornephilippa@debra.org.uk
BerkshireRG45 6LS
Remember the Boy Whose Skin Fell Off? DebRA is the only charity in the UK that provides nursing and welfare care to people with EB (Epidermolysis Bullosa), an incurable and painful condition where the skin breaks and blisters at the slightest touch. DebRA also funds research into effective treatments and ultimately a cure.
 
 
DEBRA International UK(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: eb (epidermolysis bu
 
 
Demelza House Childrens Hospice(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Dementia Care Partnership(Charity Number)2980817
(Contact) Rani SvanbergTel: 0191 267 3469
Newburn Enterprise Centre,Fax: 0191 267 4772
High Street,http://www.dementiacare.org.uk
Newburn,pa@dementiacare.org.uk
Newcastle-Upon-Tyne,NE15 8LN
Specialists in dementia care whose services include care at home, in specialist supported houses, day activity centres, carer support, information, advice, counselling. From August 2005 DCP will offer short breaks for younger people with dementia and older people from the black & minority ethnic community and their carers plus restaurant, coffee shop, activities, etc in the new centre opening in Brunswick Village.
 
 
Depaul UK(Charity Number)802384
(Contact) Rachel SladeTel: 0207 939 1220
291-299 Brorough High StreetFax: Use E-mail Link
Londonhttp://www.depauluk.org
United Kingdomdepaul@depauluk.org
SE1 0QN
Depaul UK helps young people who are homeless, vulnerable and disadvantaged. We are passionate about what we do, working in the very heart of local communities. We protect young people who become homeless by finding them a place to call their home. Each year we provide over 100,000 bed nights and we are open every day and night. We prevent young people from being homeless by rebuilding family relationships and offering through the gate support to young offenders. We provide young people with the chance to fulfil their potential in the community through education, volunteering, training and jobs. Since we started in 1989, we've made a difference to over 45,000 young people.
 
 
Depression Alliance(Charity Number)1096741
(Contact) Mick CarrollTel: 020 7407 7584
20 Great Dover Street,Fax: Use E-mail Link
London,http://www.depressionalliance.org
UK,reception@depressionalliance.org
SE1 4LX
Uk's leading charity for Depression. We bring people together to make them happier.
 
 
Derbyshire Wildlife Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Derian House Children's Hospice(Charity Number)1005165
(Contact) Susie PoppittTel: (01257) 271271
Chancery Road,Fax: (01257) 234861
Astley Village,http://www.derianhouse.co.uk
Chorley,info@derianhouse.co.uk
Lancs,PR7 1DH
With an enviable reputation in setting new standards of excellence in children's hospice care, Derian House is situated in the heart of the community in Lancashire, providing specialist respite and end of life care for children, along with support for their families.
 
 
Destitute Animals Shelter(Charity Number)222935
(Contact) KarenTel: (01204) 526486
Northolt Drive,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Great Leaver,http://www.animalshelter.org.uk
Bolton,bolton@animalshelter.org.uk
Lancashire,BL3 6NJ
The Shelter takes in unwanted, lost and stray dogs and cats. We reunite those who are lost and find new homes for the others. We are a local charity and operate with a staff of eight plus our volunteers. Our animal's health and welfare are very important and all are neutered, vaccinated, micro chipped, wormed and de-flead before rehoming. We greatly appreciate your kind enquiry, support, donation or legacy.
 
 
Dever Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Preservation of the
 
 
Devon Air Ambulance Trust(Charity Number)1077998
(Contact) Sarah BurdenTel: (01392) 466666
5 Sandpiper Court,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Harrington Lane,http://www.daat.org
Exeter,info@daat.org
Devon,EX4 8NS
Devon Air Ambulance Trust is the charity which raises the funds to keep two Air Ambulances in Devon flying. Independent of Government and Lottery funding, every penny of the £4.5 million needed annually comes from the generosity and goodwill of the community, businesses and friends of Devon. Devon is a remote county, with many hard to reach areas, which is where an Air Ambulance comes into its own, being able to fly in a straight line, over traffic jams. In fact 90% of Devon can be reached within 10 minutes, with the rest within 15 minutes. Reassuring should you need emergency medical treatment quickly due to accident or illness.
 
 
Devon Community Foundation(Charity Number)1057923
(Contact) Laura HewittTel: (01844) 235887
The Factory,Fax: (01844) 243824
Leat Street,http://www.devoncf.com
Tiverton,laura@devoncf.com
Devon,EX16 5LL
If you love Devon and want to help those close to home who need help most, then Devon Community Foundation is the charity for you. Every year we support hundreds of small voluntary and community groups helping local people in need. Together, with you, we can build a better future for everyone in Devon.
 
 
Devon Development Education(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Devon Wildlife Trust(Charity Number)213224
(Contact) David IrelandTel: 01392 279244
Cricklepit MillFax: Use E-mail Link
Commercial Roadhttp://www.devonwildlifetrust.org
Exetercontactus@devonwildlifetrust.org
DevonEX2 4AB
The countys leading charity protecting wildlife for the future. DWT looks after 40 nature reserves and two VMCAs. It campaigns to protect other key wildlife sites and has had success in protecting 60sq miles of Lyme Bay Reefs.
 
 
Diabetes UK(Charity Number)215199
(Contact) Central OfficeTel: 020 7424 1000
Macleod HouseFax: 020 7424 1001
10 Parkwayhttp://www.diabetes.org.uk
Londoninfo@diabetes.org.uk
NW1 7AA
Diabetes UK is the largest organisation in the UK working for people with diabetes, funding research, campaigning and helping people live with the condition.
 
 
DIAL North West Kent(Charity Number)289101
(Contact) Malcolm CeelyTel: 01474 537666
Cygnet HouseFax: 01474 532550
132 Windmill Streethttp://www.dialnwk.org.uk
Gravesendinfo@dialnwk.org.uk
KentDA12 1BQ
DIAL North West Kent (Disablement Information & Advice Line) is a free, confidential and impartial advice and advocacy service for disabled people and their carers. Advice on all aspects of disability including equipment, mobility, leisure and, especially, welfare benefits. We do benefit help to fill in forms and represent at appeal tribunals. All our advisors are disabled and therefore have understanding and experience of disability issues. DIAL NWK has been awarded the Community Legal Service Quality Mark for welfare benefits advice and casework, and for the telephone Helpline. We are always looking for new volunteers to be tained as welfare rights advisors.
 
 
DIAL UK(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Disability informati
 
 
Different Strokes(Charity Number)1092168
(Contact) Debbie WilsonTel: (01908) 317618
9 Canon Harnett Court,Fax: (01908) 313501
Wolverton Mill,http://www.differentstrokes.co.uk
Milton Keynes,info@differentstrokes.co.uk
Buckinghamshire,MK12 5NF
One-quarter of strokes occur in under 65s for whom stroke's devastating: disabled in an instant; often with family to support; and relying on employment for income not a pension. It's imperative they make the best possible recovery physically and psychologically and so we provide information, support and exercise classes.
 
 
Directory of Social Change(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Information and trai
 
 
Disabled Living Foundation(Charity Number)290069
(Contact) SwitchboardTel: 020 7289 6111
380-384 Harrow RoadFax: 020 7266 2922
Londonhttp://www.dlf.org.uk
W9 2HUinfo@dlf.org.uk
The Disabled Living Foundation (DLF) is a national charity helping over 30,000 older and disabled people each year find equipment solutions to enable them to live more independently. The advice and information is free to the public through its Helpline, (0845) 130 9177, which is open 10am-4pm, Monday-Friday. The DLF also offers a range of different training courses designed to meet the needs of health and social services staff, advisors, equipment suppliers and carers.
 
 
Disabled Motorcyclists Association(Charity Number)1086464
(Contact) Tony PearsonTel: 0161 214 8314
Clyde Business CentreFax: Use E-mail Link
Clyde Streethttp://www.thedma.org.uk
Ashtongeneral@thedma.org.uk
LancashireOL7 0NQ
To provide support to all disabled people who wish to try motorcycling, or return to it.
 
 
Disabled Motoring UK(Charity Number)1111826
(Contact) Information OfficerTel: (01508) 489449
National Headquarters,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Ashwellthorpe,http://www.disabledmotoring.org
Norwich,info@disabledmotoring.org
Norfolk,NR16 1EX
Disabled Motoring UK is the campaigning charity for Blue Badge Holders, Disabled Motorists, Wheelchair Users and Scooter users. The charity runs the Baywatch campaign against parking abuse and represent Disabled people's needs at a national level. Membership includes a monthly magazine, one to one advice and member benefits including ferry discounts. Membership is £20.00 a year (£30.00 for joint members).
 
 
Disabled Parents Network(Charity Number)1087662
(Contact) Sam StoxTel: 0870 241 0450
DPNFax: Use E-mail Link
Unit F9http://www.disabledparentsnetwork.org.uk
89-93 Font Hill Roadinformation@disabledparentsnetwork.org.uk
LondonN4 3JH
Disabled Parents Network is a membership organisation of, and for disabled parents. We operate a peer support/contact register that is open to all disabled parents, circulate a newsletter to members and operate a help-line, which is operated by disabled parent volunteers. Disabled Parents Network also actively campaigns for improvements in services for disabled parents and collaborates with academic departments and independent researchers on research projects in areas od concern to disabled parents. We also provide tailored training sessions ans speakers for Health and Social Care Professionals and other interested organisations.
 
 
Diving Diseases Research Centre(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: DDRC, Plymouth
 
 
Do Good Charity(Charity Number)1137110
(Contact) Brid HehirTel: (0208) 450 8537
52 Kenneth Crescent,Fax: Use E-mail Link
London,http://www.dogoodcharity.co.uk
UK,bridhehir@dogoodcharity.co.uk
NW2 4PN
In Britain, we make a difference to the lives of many physical and learning disabled, homeless and disadvantaged people. In Africa, our hospitals and clinics respond to the needs of desperately sick and malnourished people, children with disabilities, and people in urgent need of medical care and support.
 
 
Dobermann Rescue UK(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Doctors of the World UK(Charity Number)1067406
(Contact) Teresa PastenaTel: (0207) 515 7534
14 Heron Quays,Fax: (0207) 515 7560
London,http://www.doctorsoftheworld.org.uk
UK,tpastena@doctorsoftheworld.org.uk
E14 4JB
Doctors of the World UK is part of the Médecins du Monde network, an international aid organisation that provides medical care and gives a voice to vulnerable people all over the world. Our network of volunteer healthcare professionals provide care in over 60 countries worldwide.
 
 
Dog AID(Charity Number)1098619
(Contact) Sandra FraserTel: (01743) 588469
Suite A, New Zealand House,Fax: Use E-mail Link
160-162 Abbey Foregate,http://www.dogaid.org.uk
Shrewsbury,general_admin@dogaid.org.uk
Shropshire,SY2 6FD
Dog A.I.D.'s mission is to provide access to dog training for people over the age of 15, with physical disabilities, assisting them to train their own dogs in basic obedience and specialised tasks, leading to fully qualified Assistance Dogs which will assist them to manage their disability in everyday life.
 
 
Dogs for the Disabled(Charity Number)1092960
(Contact) Caroline TaylorTel: 08700 776600
The Frances Hay Centre,Fax: 08700 776601
Blacklocks Hill,http://www.dogsforthedisabled.org
Banbury,Carolinet@dogsforthedisabled.org
Oxfordshire,OX17 2BS
Dogs for the Disabled provides trained dogs to help disabled people with a range of practical tasks, opening and closing doors, turning lights on and off, fetching items, evening emptying the washing machine! These amazing animals make the world of difference and give disabled people back their independence.
 
 
Dogs Trust National Canine Defence League(Charity Number)227523
(Contact) J O'BeirneTel: (0207) 837 0006
17 Wakely Street,Fax: Use E-mail Link
London,http://www.dogstrust.org.uk
UK,info@dogstrust.org.uk
EC1V 7RQ
The UK's largest dog welfare charity.
 
 
Dolmetsch Historical Dance Society(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Links to early dance
 
 
Dominic Simpson Memorial Trust (UK)(Charity Number)1109452
(Contact) Angela SimpsonTel: (01273) 509668
5 Buxton Road,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Brighton,http://www.dominicsimpsontrust.org.uk
Sussex,secretary@dominicsimpsontrust.org.uk
UK,BN1 5DE
Founded in 2005, in memory of Dominic Simpson, our aim is to facilitate educational opportunity for individuals and communities in the Middle East, particularly the education of disadvantaged girls and young women in the Occupied Palestinian Territories. Investment in female education is shown to benefit individuals, their families and communities.
 
 
Doncaster Centre for Basic Skills and Dyslexia(Charity Number)1107644
(Contact) Bibi A ChappellTel: 01302 810 200
43 Beckett Road,Fax: 1302 810 200
Doncaster,http://www.doncastercentre.co.uk
South Yorkshire,info@doncastercentre.co.uk
UK,DN2 4AD
Our charity deals with people with dyslexia needs. Our charity provides dyslexia tests and offer a one to one support in literacy. Our charity has specialised software like Integ Neuro to diagnose dyslexia in a professional manner and produce a professional report.
 
 
Donkey Rescue(Charity Number)1081795
(Contact) Colin CampbellTel: 01491 833938
Island Farm Donkey SanctuaryFax: 01491 833938
Old Didcot Roadhttp://www.donkeyrescue.org.uk
Brightwell-cum-Sotwellcolin@donkeyrescue.org.uk
OxfordshireOX10 0SW
A Sanctuary whose aim is "The Provision of care, protection and/or permanent security for animals, especially but exclusively donkeys, which are in need of attention by reason of sickness by reason of sickness, malteatment, poor circumstances, ill-usage or other causes and the prevention of cruelty and/suffering among animals."
 
 
Doorstep of Hull(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Doorway(Charity Number)1067127
(Contact) Carol GallagherTel: 02476 740400
20 High StreetFax: 02476 740404
Bedworthhttp://www.doorway.org.uk
Warwickshiredoorway@doorway.fsnet.co.uk
CV12 8NF
Doorway houses and supports young people aged 16-25 who are homeless, in Nuneaton, Bedworth and North Warwickshire.
 
 
Dorset Wildlife Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Downs Heart Group(Charity Number)1011413
(Contact) Penny GreenTel: 0845 166 8061
PO Box 4260Fax: 0845 166 8061
Dunstablehttp://www.dhg.org.uk
Bedfordshirepenny@dhg.org.uk
LU6 2ZT
UK National charity providing parent friendly support and information related to heart conditions associated with Downs Syndrome.
 
 
Downs Syndrome Association(Charity Number)1061474
(Contact) See Our WebsiteTel: 0845 230 0372
Langdon Down CentreFax: 0845 230 0373
2A Langdon Parkhttp://www.downs-syndrome.org.uk
Teddingtoninfo@downs-syndrome.org.uk
MiddlesexTW11 9PS
We provide information and support for people with Downs Syndrome, their families and carers and carers, as well as being a resource for interested professionals. We strive to improve knowledge of the condition. We champion the rights of people with Downs Syndrome.
 
 
Dr Hadwen Trust for Humane Research(Charity Number)261096
(Contact) Kailah EglingtonTel: (01642) 436819
Suite 8, Portmill House,Fax: (01642) 436844
Portmill Lane,http://www.drhadwentrust.org
Hitchin,info@drhadwentrust.org
Hertfordshire,SG6 3SP
The DHT is the UK's leading medical research charity. We fund and promote the development of techniques and procedures to replace the use of animals in biomedical research and testing. Our funding has led to significant and innovative advances in pursuit of more human relevant approaches without using animals.
 
 
Drake Music Project(Charity Number)1034374
(Contact) Veronica MartinTel: 020 8692 9000
Drake Music ProjectFax: 020 8692 3110
Albany Centrehttp://www.drakemusicproject.org
Douglas Way, Deptford,veronicamartin@drakemusicproject.org
LondonSE8 4AG
Enabling disabled musicians to compose and play music using assistive music technology, providing accessibile music tuition and creative music making opportunities for children and adults every week from 4 regional centres in England.
 
 
Dreamflight(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Takes sick children
 
 
Dreams Come True Charity(Charity Number)800248
(Contact) Tina StilesTel: 01730 815000
York HouseFax: 01730 813141
Knockhundred Rowhttp://www.dctc.org.uk
Midhursttina.stiles@dctc.org.uk
GU29 9DQ
Dreams Come True Charity is a nationwide charity whose aim it is to lift the spirits of seriously and terminally ill children by enabling them to fulfil their most treasured dreams, which can be as varied as a child's imagination.
 
 
DRH Holsted(Charity Number)123456789
(Contact) Lisa LonnbergTel: +45 251 48551
Skolegade 3Fax: Use E-mail Link
Holstedhttp://www.drh-holsted.org
Jutlandlisalonnberg1@hotmail.com
Denmark6670
DRH Holsted trains volunteers to go and work in mAfrica and do Development Aid on a ground level, from people to people. Our volunteer is someone who has taken a stand to the situation in the world. He is ready to fight poverty and in general the unequal distribution of wealth in the world.
 
 
Drinkaware Trust (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Drugscope(Charity Number)255030
(Contact) Roderick MontgomeryTel: 020 7928 1211
Waterbridge HouseFax: 020 7928 1771
32 Loman Streethttp://www.drugscope.org.uk
Londonroderickm@drugscope.org.uk
SE1 0EE
Drugscope is the UKs leading independent centre of expertise on drugs. Our aim is to inform policy development and reduce drug-related risk. We provide quality drug information, promote effective responses to drug taking, undertake research at local, national and international levels, advise on policy-making, encourage informed debate and speak for our member organisations working on the ground. Drugscope is supported by a variety of organisations, including Government, EU, Trusts and Foundations.
 
 
Duchenne Family Support Group(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Duke of Edinburghs Award(Charity Number)1072490
(Contact) Deborah DowdallTel: 01753 727400
Gulliver HouseFax: 01753 810666
Madeira Walkhttp://www.theaward.org
Windsorinfo@theaward.org
SL4 1EU
A personal development programme for 14-25 year olds, the Award involves over 225,000 young people in the UK. We work with all young people, including young offenders, special needs young people and the socially excluded, to build confidence, develop skills and reward individual achievement and progress.
 
 
Dunbars John Muir Association(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Durham Wildlife Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Dyslexia Action(Charity Number)1179975
(Contact) InformationTel: (01784) 222300
Park House,Fax: (01784) 222333
Wick Road,http://www.dyslexiaaction.org.uk
Egham,info@dyslexiaaction.org.uk
Surrey,TW20 0HH
Dyslexia Action is a national charity and leading provider of services and support for people with dyslexia and literacy difficulties. It has 26 centres and additional outposts around the UK and specialises in assessments, tuition and training. The educational charity also develops and distributes teaching materials and undertakes research.
 
 
Dyspraxia Foundation(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Dystonia Society(Charity Number)1062595
(Contact) Philip EcksteinTel: 0845 458 6332
89 Albert EmbankmentFax: 0845 458 6311
Vauxhallhttp://www.dystonia.org.uk
Londonphilip@dystonia.org.uk
SE1 7TP
The Dystonia Society is the only UK-wide charity to provide practical and emotional support for the upward of 40,000 people living with dystonia, their families and carers as well as seeking to raise awareness in the general public of issues affecting people with dystonia. Dystonia is an incurable neurological movement disorder which causes involuntary and sustained muscle spasms which can be very painful as well as causing abnormal movement and postures. Dystonia affects men and women of all ages and ethnic groups with childhood dystonia being particularly distressing.
 
 
Ear Trust(Charity Number)1000929
(Contact) Chris RaineTel: (01274) 364853
Listening for Life Centre,Fax: Use E-mail Link
Bradford Royal Infirmary,http://www.eartrust.org.uk
Bradford,chris@eartrust.org.uk
Yorkshire,BD9 6RJ
The Ear Trust is a charity set up to fund and promote the use of the Cochlear Implant for totally deaf infants, children, teenagers through to adults of all ages. This is administered through The Yorkshire Cochlear Implant Services and patients come from all over Yorkshire and beyond. The Ear Trust has built the LFLC and funds equipment, courses and even toys for the children.
 
 
Earth Trust(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Earthwatch Institute (Europe)(Charity Number)1094467
(Contact) Jane NijssenTel: 01865 318838
267 Banbury Road,Fax: 01865 311383
Oxford,http://www.earthwatch.org
Oxfordshire,info@earthwatch.org.uk
UK,OX2 7HT
Earthwatch is an environmental charity that supports scientific research into environmental issues, including climate change, sustainable resource management, oceans and sustainable communities. As part of its work, Earthwatch engages people from diverse countries, cultures and organisations, inspiring them to take responsibilities for the environment.
 
 
East Africa Appeal (UK)(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
East Anglian Railway Museum(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
East Dorset Mencap(Charity Number)900639
(Contact) Chris Tomkinson (Chairman)Tel: 01202 825900
72 Dewlands WayFax: Use E-mail Link
Verwoodhttp://www.eastdorsetmencap.co.uk
Dorseteastdorsetmencap@yahoo.co.uk
BH31 6JN
We aim to improve Opportunity, Choice, Inclusion and Independence for people with learning disabilities, their parents, carers and families.
 
 
East Lodge Company (Alloa) Ltd(Charity Number)SCO 33814
(Contact) Anna ForbesTel: 01259 217478
3 Woodside CloseFax: Use E-mail Link
InglewoodPlease Provide info, Re: Website
Alloa, Clackmannanshire,alloacentre@tiscali.co.uk
FK10 2HW
East Lodge Company is a drop in centre of older people; They can meet, have a chat, go on outings, and therapeutic sessions. To enhance the well being of older citizens, to elevate isolation.
 
 
East Sussex Wildlife Rescue & Ambulance Service(Charity Number)1108880
(Contact) Trevor WeeksTel: 07815 078234
c/o 8 Stour CloseFax: Use E-mail Link
Stone Crosshttp://www.wildlifeambulance.org
Eastbournetrevor@wildlifeambulance.org
East SussexBN24 5QU
East Sussex WRAS is a voluntary organisation operating a wildlife ambulance service. Dealing with over 2,000 casualties a year.
 
 
East West Detox(Charity Number)1094777
(Contact) Mike SarsonTel: 0118 962 3332
Church House,Fax: Use E-mail Link
59 Church Street,http://www.east-westdetox.org.uk
Reading,info@east-westdetox.org.uk
Berkshire,RG4 8AX
East West Detox offers a unique choice of holistic interventions for the prevention and treatment of addiction and attachment. The charity also provides a range of preventative education services including practical meditation and mindfulness workshops for both children and adults.
 
 
Eastern Aids Support Triangle(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Eating Disorders Association(Charity Number)801343
(Contact) S RingwoodTel: 0870 770 3256
103 Prince of Wales RoadFax: 01603 664915
Norwichhttp://www.edauk.com
Norfolkinfo@edauk.com
NR1 1DW
The Eating Disorders Association (EDA) is a UK wide charity providing information, help and support for people affected by eating disorders and, in particular, anorexia, Bulimia Nervosa and binge eating disorder. Details of local contacts in your area are freely available to callers ringing our helplines. Telephone Helpline 0845 634 1414, Helpline E-mail: helpmail@edauk.com, Youthline: 0845 634 7650, Up to 18 years of age. Young peoples helpline e-mail: talkback@edauk.com, Recorded Information Service, 0906 302 0012, calls cost 50p per minute. Text us on, 07977 493345.
 
 
ECAS Edinburgh(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax:
 
 
Ectopic Pregnancy Trust(Charity Number)1071811
(Contact) Izzie OakleyTel: 0207 733 2653
c/o 2nd FloorFax: Use E-mail Link
Golden Jubilee Winghttp://www.ectopic.org.uk
Kings College Hospitalept@ectopic.org.uk
Denark Hill, London,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(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Includes not for pro
 
 
Edinburgh Action Group(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Learning disabilitie
 
 
Edinburgh Cyrenians(Charity Number)
(Contact) Tel:
Fax: Homeless
 
 
Edinburgh Direct Aid(Charity Number)SCO21007
(Contact) Lisa AndersonTel: 0131 552 1545
29 Star Bank RoadFax: 0131 478 0900
Edinburghhttp://www.edinburghdirectaid.org
EH5 3BYHQ@edinburghdirectaid.org
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 g