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Action Not Disability (AND)
Action Not Disability (AND) is formed from six disability charities who promote independence for disabled people. Supporting AND gives you the unique opportunity to help six charities at once, these are:
• John Grooms providing brain injury rehabilitation, nursing and residential care.
• Leonard Cheshire change attitudes towards disability and serve disabled people around the world.
• Motability operates a scheme to provide vehicles, wheelchairs and powered scooters to disabled people in the UK.
• Shaftesbury committed to improving the lives of children and young people in care and in need.
• SSAFA Forces Help help and support those who serve in our Armed Forces and those who used to serve.
• The Treloar Trust runs a school and college where young people with physical disabilities can gain a first class education.
• Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation works with people suffering from physical and learning disabilities or acquired brain injuries.
Assisi Animal Charities Foundation
Assisi Animal Charities Foundation brings together five charities, all working to ease the suffering of thousands of animals in the UK and overseas. Each donation will be split between:
• Animal Health Trust combats animal diseases, provides specialist care and researches into vaccines and cures.
• The Blue Cross provides advice, practical care and veterinary treatment for thousands of animals a year.
• The Mayhew Animal Home rescues thousands of animals from cruelty and neglect each year.
• SPANA cares for mistreated, neglected and straddling animals throughout North and West Africa and the Middle East.
• World Horse Welfare aim to tackle the root causes as well as the effects.
A donation to Bighearted Scotland works harder by helping a wide range of good causes for both children and adults across Scotland. We worth to help people with a wide range of issues including; epilepsy, special needs, exclusion, disability, cancer, mental health and alcohol problems, whilst also promoting environmental awareness and sensible drinking.
• Clic Sargent offers all round care and support to the 10 families are told every day that their child has cancer.
• Epilepsy Scotland works with people living with epilepsy to ensure their voice is heard.
• Erskine provides nursing and medical care for members of our Armed Forces.
• Momentum works in partnership to enable and empower disabled and socially excluded people to identify and achieve their life goals.
• Penumbra is Scotland’s most innovative mental health charity, working to improve mental wellbeing for adults and young people across the nation.
• Scottish Spina Bifida Association offer a lifetime commitment of support, training and information to 3500 children, young people and adults, across Scotland, whose lives have been affected by spina bifida and/or hydrocephalus.
Blindcare is an equal partnership of ten registered charities working for people who are blind or visually impaired. Through the work of our partner charities we are able to provide education for adults and children, mobility training, research into the prevention of blindness and vital treatment to improve or restore sight.
• Action for Blind People providing free and confidential support for blind and partially sighted people in all aspects of their lives.
• Fight For Sight UK’s leading charity dedicated to funding world-class research into the prevention and treatment of blindness and eye disease.
• Guide Dogs provide mobility and freedom to blind and partially sighted people.
• International Glaucoma Association a patient-based organisation which works to prevent glaucoma blindness by providing information, literature and advice.
• Midland Societies for the Blind a partnership of nine Midland based charities, working to improve life for blind people in the Midlands.
• Royal Blind Society given assistance to people who are blind or partially sighted and in charitable need.
• Royal London Society for the Blindprovides education, training and employment services for people who are blind or partially sighted.
• The Royal National College for the Blindprovides further and higher education for people who are blind or partially sighted.
• Royal National Institute for the Blind (RNIB)the UK's leading charity offering information, support and advice to over two million people with sight loss.
• Sight Savers Internationalworks with partners to eliminate avoidable blindness and promote equality of opportunity for disabled people in the developing world.
Charities @ Work
Charities @ Work is a group of five national charities representing a cross section of major concerns which affect our daily lives. The five charities are:
• Age UK - working to improve the quality of life for older people
• British Red Cross - caring for people in crisis
• NSPCC - committed to the protection of children
• Scope - the leading disability charity in the UK
• RSPB - taking action for wild birds and the environment
Charities for CHANGE
Charities For CHANGE offers you the chance to support five fantastic charities with a single monthly gift. Charities for CHANGE is a unique group of charities, united in our mission to achieve positive change in the world.
• Action on Hearing Loss (formerly RNID) working for a world where hearing loss doesn’t limit or label people, where tinnitus is silenced and where people value and look after their hearing.
• Breakthrough Breast Cancer are committed to fighting breast cancer through research, campaigning and education.
• The Children’s Societydefend, safeguard and protect the childhood of all children.
• RSPCA work for a world in which all humans respect and live in harmony with all other members of the animal kingdom.
• WaterAid provide clean water, safe sanitation and hygiene education to the world's poorest people.
Child Concern Consortium
Child Concern Consortium is a group of small charities working together to provide help and support for vulnerable children and their families across the UK. Dedicated to improving quality of life for children, their families and those caring for children; we help those in hospital, in care, home alone, and those with disabilities and special needs.
• Action for Sick Children works to make hospital a less frightening place for children.
• 4Children creates safe space for children outside of school hours.
• The Fostering Network provides caring, temporary homes for children.
• Working Families supports disabled children and their families in every day life.
Lifelines On Call
Life Lines On Call These three organisations responded to nearly 5million people in distress last year. All three charities operate 24 hour a day help lines which are a Lifeline to those calling for support. Your regular donation through payroll giving will help tremendously in our efforts to save, support and rescue those in distress.
• The Fire Fighters Charity provides a range of services that enhance quality of life for serving and retired fire service personnel and their families.
• Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) provide 24-hour lifeboats and seasonal lifeguards dedicated to saving lives at sea.
• Samaritans provides confidential emotional support 24/7 to those experiencing despair, distress or suicidal feelings.
Northern Ireland Charities Together (NICT)
Northern Ireland Charities Together (NICT) is a unique consortium of charities all providing services for people in Northern Ireland.
• Age Northern Ireland the new force combining Age Concern NI and Help the Aged, working to improve the lives of older people in Northern Ireland.
• Childline Northern Ireland a telephone listening, advice and support for young people and their carers.
• CLIC Sargent Northern Irelandoffers all round care and support to the 10 families are told every day that their child has cancer.
• Northern Ireland Chest Heart and Stroke Association is committed to caring for today and finding a cure for tomorrow.
• Royal National Institute of Blind People Northern Ireland supports children and adults with sight loss to live full and independent lives.
• Ulster Cancer Foundation - Northern Ireland's leading local cancer charity, dedicated to helping patients and their families cope with cancer.
Somebody Cares is a unique consortium of four charities helping those affected by HIV/AIDS, substance misuse, homelessness and imprisonment overseas. We provide services to many thousands and all donations are split equally.
• Addaction is the UK’s largest drug and alcohol treatment charity working with 30,000 people affected with substance misuse and helping them break free from their addictions.
• Homeless Link represent and support over 480 organisations working with homeless people in the UK.
• NAT is the UK's leading charity dedicated to transforming society's response to HIV.
• Prisoners Abroad provides support for Britons imprisoned overseas, their friends and families in the UK, and help ex-prisoners returning to the UK.
Yorkshire Charities Group
Yorkshire Charities Group is a joint venture between six Yorkshire based registered charities. There can be few people in Yorkshire whose lives are not touched by at least one of these worthy causes.
• BTCV runs an extensive programme of environmental activities open to everyone.
• Epilepsy Action provides vital support, advice and information for the 456,000 people in the UK who have epilepsy, including 38,000 living in Yorkshire.
• NSPCC specialises in child protection and the prevention of cruelty to children.
• St.Anne’s Community Services provides quality support, care and housing services for people who have experienced mental health problems, homelessness, problems with substance misuse or who have a learning disability throughout Yorkshire and the NE England.
• St. Gemma’s Hospice Leeds is the 4th largest Hospice in the UK and every year cares for over 1,000 patients and their families.
• Sue Ryder Care Wheatfields Hospice in Leeds, has an in-patient unit with 19 beds, a day hospice and a team of community clinical nurse specialists who take the loving hospice care into the patients home.