Whilst most of our charities help throughout the UK, the following organisations are more focused to help their surrounding region.
  • The Christie Charity

    The Christie Charity

    The Christie Charity is the second largest hospital charity in the country and the most successful charity in the North West. Each year we raise £13m to fund cancer research and patient services that fall outside the remit of NHS funding. The Charity is currently contributing to the building of our new £35 million Patient Treatment Centre, which will include the largest phase I clinical trials unit in the world.

  • Country Air Ambulance

    Country Air Ambulance

    County Air Ambulance Trust offer air ambulance service coverage for the Midlands and Welsh Border area. Every second of every minute of every hour counts for serious accidents or medical emergencies and when the clock starts ticking off the minutes of the Golden Hour, the difference between life and death is often a fast flying helicopter with appropriate landing facilities.

  • Sheffield Children's Hospital Charity

    Sheffield Children's Hospital

    Sheffield Children's Hospital Charity is a registered charity that exists to support and enhance the services of Sheffield Children's NHS Trust and it's reputation as a centre of excellence for the research, prevention, care and cure of childhood illnesses.

  • Yorkshire Charities Group

    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. The charities are; BTCV, Epilepsy Actoin, NSPCC, St Anne's Community Services, St. Gemma's Hospice and Sue Ryder Care Wheatfields Hospice.


Whilst the majority of UK based charities do work in Scotland also, the following organisations focus their efforts solely in Scotland.
  • Alzeimer Scotland

    Alzeimer Scotland

    Alzheimer Scotland helps people with dementia, their carers and families. Our members include carers, relatives, people with dementia, professionals, groups and organisations. Our local services include; day centres, home support, drop-in centres, support groups, carer education, one-to-one support, welfare rights service and information and advice.

  • Bighearted Scotland

    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.

  • Meningitis Research Foundation

    Meningitis Research Foundation

    Meningitis and Septicaemia are terrible diseases that can kill within hours. Our Vision is a world free from meningitis and septicaemia. We aim to achieve this by funding research to prevent meningitis and septicaemia, and to improve survival rates and outcomes. We also promote education and awareness to reduce death and disability, and give support to people affected.

  • RNIB


    As Scotland's leading sight loss charity, we work to help adults and children who are blind or partially sighted to live as fully and independently as possible. We support children and their families in school, transcribe written information into Braille, audio and large print, train people so they are able to retain their jobs or find new ones, campaign and lobby to improve legislation and polices, advise on welfare rights, deliver social services on behalf of councils and organise leisure activities.

  • Scottish SPCA


    The Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (Scottish SPCA) is Scotland's animal welfare charity. Our objectives are to prevent cruelty to animals and encourage kindness and humanity in their treatment. As an animal welfare charity, we receive no government or lottery funding and rely on public donations to continue our vital work rescuing and rehoming Scotland's abandoned, neglected and defenseless animals.

  • Scottish Wildlife Trust

    Scottish Wildlife Trust

    Scottish Wildlife Trust's objective is to “advance the conservation of Scotland's biodiversity for the benefit of present and future generations.” The main activities focus on: managing 123 wildlife reserves and undertaking practical conservation tasks; influencing and campaigning for better wildlife-related policy and action; and inspiring people to enjoy and find out more about wildlife through our education and engagement.

  • Sense Scotland

    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.

Northern Ireland

Whilst the majority of UK based charities do work in Northern Ireland also, the following organisations focus their efforts solely in Northern Ireland.
  • Northern Ireland Charities Together (NICT)

    Northern Ireland Charities Together (NICT)

    Northern Ireland Charities Together (NICT) is a unique consortium of charities all providing services for people in Northern Ireland. NICT includes; Age NI, Childline NI, CLIC Sargent NI, NI Chest Heart and Stroke Associaiton, RNIB Northern Ireland, Ulster Cancer Foundation.


Whilst the majority of UK based charities do work in Wales also, the following organisations focus their efforts solely in Wales.
  • Tenovus Cancer Care


    If you have cancer or you're close to someone who has, it can be frightening and stressful. We can help. We bring practical advice, emotional support and treatment to where it matters most; the heart of the community. Tenovus Cancer Care is here to help you cope, and through our vital research, we offer hope. We're the leading cancer charity in Wales and, whenever you need us, we're here.

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