• 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.

  • Action on Hearing Loss

    Action on Hearing Loss

    Action on Hearing Loss is the new name for RNID. We’re 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. We offer a range of services for people with hearing loss, including people who are profoundly deaf. Our work includes campaigning and lobbying; providing training, products and equipment; and medical and technological research.

  • Bighearted Scotland


    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.

  • Blindcare


    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.

  • Charities @ Work

    Charities @ Work

    Working together for all our futures. Charities @ Work is a group of five national charities representing a cross section of the major concerns which affect our daily lives, one of which is Scope.

  • 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. Charities for Change includes Action On Hearing Loss.

  • Down's Syndrome Association


    We are the only organisation in this country focusing solely on all aspects of living successfully with Down's syndrome. Since 1970, we have grown from being a local parent support group to a national charity with over 20,000 members, a national office in Teddington Middlesex, offices in Northern Ireland and Wales. Despite this, the organisation is run by a total staff of only 33 (many of them part time), and a network of around 126 regional volunteer-led support groups.

  • Dyslexia Action

    Dyslexia Action

    Dyslexia Action is the largest dyslexia charity in the UK that has people, our beneficiaries, at its heart.  We provide a range of services to people of all ages who have dyslexia or struggle with literacy.  We make a difference in 3 ways: Taking Action working directly with individuals, Taking Action to build capacity for others to support people with dyslexia and by Taking Action through influence to improve the world for people with dyslexia.

  • Mencap


    Mencap works with people with a learning disability and their families and carers. Learning disability affects someone's intellectual and social development all their life. People with a learning disability don't get an equal chance in life. That's why we fight to change laws and services, and directly support thousands of people to live their lives the way they want.

  • Muscular Dystrophy Campaign


    Muscular Dystrophy Campaign provides support for over 60 types of muscle wasting conditions. Muscle disease is life-limiting and there is currently no cure for the 70,000 babies, children and adults affected. We fund pioneering research into treatments and cures, support those affected through our Care and Support services throughout the UK and campaign to raise awareness and bring about positive change. Help us to fight muscle disease – give us Strength in Numbers!

  • National Autistic Society

    National Autisstic Society

    The National Autistic Society is the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. We provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism. We were founded in 1962 by a group of parents who were passionate about ensuring a better future for their children. Today we have 20,000 members, more than 100 branches.

  • Northern Ireland Charities Together (NICT)


    Northern Ireland Charities Together (NICT) is a unique consortium of charities all providing services for people in Northern Ireland, including RNIB NI. Our aim is to make it easy for people of Northern Ireland to support our six charities through tax efficient payroll giving.

  • RNIB


    RNIB is the UK's leading charity offering information, support and advice to over two million people with sight loss. Our pioneering work helps anyone with a sight problem - not just with Braille and Talking Books, but with imaginative and practical solutions to everyday challenges. We also provide information on eye conditions and provide support and advice for people living with sight loss.

  • Scope


    Scope is a charity that supports disabled people and their families. We work to raise awareness, change attitudes and influence government policy. We support disabled people and their families through practical information and support, particularly at the time of diagnosis and in a child’s early years, as well as offering them services which are primarily focused on those whose complex support needs are not met elsewhere.

  • Sense


    Sense has a long standing reputation as the leading experts in deafblindness, and supports children and adults who have a combination of sight and hearing impairments. There are over 350,000 deafblind people in the UK, including 4,000 children. This number is growing rapidly. Our aim is that every deafblind person has the opportunity to enjoy life and be as independent as possible. Please support us, and donate through payroll giving.

  • Sense Scotland


    Sense Scotland has been working for over 20 years with children and adults who have communication support needs because of deafblindness, sensory impairment, learning and physical disabilities. One of our key areas of expertise is communication. Working closely with people, often on a one-to-one basis, we aim to find out what their aspirations are and how they want to live their lives.

  • Spinal Injuries Association (SIA)


    An estimated 40,000 people live with spinal cord injuries in the UK alone. Most spinal cord injuries result in paralysis, and the impact of an injury can turn lives upside down. The SIA provide life long support to spinal cord injured individuals and their families, services and publications that enable and encourage paralysed people to lead independent lives and campaign for improved medical and social care for spinal cord injury.

  • United Response


    United Response helps people with learning disabilities, mental health needs and physical disabilities to live in the community, across England and in Wales. We believe everybody should live the fullest life, whatever their level of disability. We provide everything from 24-hour care to helping someone living in their own flat to get a job.