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Disability: Education
Help educate children in poor countries and those that need special help in the UK.

Registered charity
No. SC038205
500 miles

500 miles aims to support the delivery of prosthetic and orthotic services and surgery which promotes mobility and function for amputees and other disabled people in Malawi and Zambia. Prostheses are devices which substitute for body parts which are missing and orthoses are devices, like splints, which support body parts which are present but which are weak or do not function properly. 500 miles helps people to access and afford prosthetic, orthotic and surgical services today - but, through training and education, it is also trying to develop the future capacity of these services in Malawi and Zambia. Visit www.500miles.co.uk for more information.


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Registered charity
No. 1102692
ABC to read

In a diverse area like Berkshire there are many children who have trouble reading. ABC to read was set up in 2004 to find, train and support volunteers in primary schools across Berkshire. We help hundreds of children each year.


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Registered charity
No. 1040868
ACE Centre Advisory Trust

Ace is a national disabled children's charity that aims to inform, support and train parents and professionals in the use of technology for young people who have communication difficulties, both in speaking and/or writing.


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Registered charity
No. 1000402
Albrighton Trust, Moat & Gardens

The Albrighton Moat & Gardens is dedicated to providing sports, arts, training and recreational facilities for people of all ages who have disabilities or disadvantaged. It enables and empowers them, regardless of disabilities, to participate in and enjoy activities that they are excluded from.


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Registered charity
No. 1063835
The Al-Quds Foundation for Medical Schools in Palestine (FQMS)

FQMS works to advance medical education throughout Palestine and the medical school at Al Quds University, Jerusalem, supporting visiting lecturers, examiners, teaching materials, student and faculty participation in conferences, clinical supervision, specialist training, the development of e-learning & video conferencing, shelter for students on clinical rotation under curfew.


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Registered charity
No. 1021882
Angelman Syndrome Support Education & Research Trust

ASSERT provides support to the individuals and families who are affected by Angelman Syndrome. This is done by sending out information packs, producing a regular newsletter and providing a helpline to support families and professionals.


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Registered charity
No. 1007416
ARCOS

ARCOS exists to improve life for children and adults who have communication and/or swallowing problems, their families and others involved. Many clients have complex, life-long disabilities. Its goal is to enable them to benefit from the latest advances in knowledge, understanding, skills and technology.


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Registered charity
No. 1073909
ASCEND

ASCEND is based in South Oxhey, nationally recognised as an area with social deprivation issues. Award winning staff combine compassion with guidance, courses and basic skills; giving disadvantaged adults of all ages the self-esteem and confidence to increase their life chances. As a result, many find paid or voluntary work.


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Registered charity
No. 1092527
Autism Cymru

Autism Cymru is a purely Welsh charity. All Trustees live in Wales and it is staffed by Welsh based practitioners. In recognition of its work Autism Cymru was S4C's Charity of the Year during 2006. Its key strategic work includes raising Public awareness of autism throughout Wales; lobbying Welsh and UK governments to introduce specific policies and strategies for autism; providing comprehensive bi-lingual information on autism to families through awares.org, delivering training throughout Wales; setting-up a Welsh centre for autism research; projecting Welsh autism issues in the EC and playing a key role in setting-up the EC's forthcoming European Autism Alliance.


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Registered charity
No. 508450
Bendrigg Trust

The Bendrigg Trust runs high quality courses and holidays for disabled and disadvantaged people. It aims to promote integration, encourage independence and build self-confidence through the use of residential experience and the safe provision of adventurous activities delivered by dedicated, qualified staff.


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Registered charity
No. 1060661
Breadline

We support a range of ministries in Moldova, including evangelism, agricultural projects, skills training and 'children at risk' projects. Some of these projects include children's clubs, Bible and activity camps, emergency family welfare, support for local orphanages and outreach to prisons. We believe in Empowerment through Partnership, helping local churches bring glory to God and have a lasting impact on their communities.


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Registered charity
No. 1051383
The Bridge Project Sudbury

It provides training, education and employment opportunities for adults that face multiple disadvantages within the community


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Registered charity
No. 1039105
Bristol Dyslexia Trust

Bristol Dyslexia Trust supports needy students of all ages and abilities (4 - 60+ years) with specific learning difficulties. i.e. dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia, Aspergers, mild autistic spectrum disorder, and language/communication difficulties. It provides funding to help students access specialist teaching, assessments and advice.


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Registered charity
No. XN91573
Buddy Bear Trust

To be advised


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Registered charity
No. 1044693
The Camden Society

The Camden Society is a London-wide organisation providing a range of modern services that emphasise the human rights of people with disabilities. Founded 40 years ago, it continues to run and develop services to support people to live, work, relax and socialise in the ways that they choose.


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Registered charity
No. SC0012653
Camphill Aberdeen

Camphill has been part of the Aberdeen City and Shire community since 1939. More than 700 people live and work in six local Camphill communities. Together they offer education, training, work and living opportunities for vulnerable children, young people, adults and older people.


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Registered charity
No. 1017004
Camtrust

Camtrust provides Further Education opportunities for older teenagers and adults with all types of disabilities. The students gain experience of a work-place and grow in confidence through their involvement in Camtrusts Design and Print company which operates as a Social Enterprise, where all profits are directed back into Camtrust.


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Registered charity
No. 1040524
CandoCo Dance Company

CandoCo Dance Company is the world’s leading dance company of disabled and non-disabled dancers. CandoCo reaches over 16,000 people each year, giving opportunities to disabled young people to access the arts. Our participants develop greater self-confidence and have a better quality of life through activity that is not traditionally offered.


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Registered charity
No. SC011330
Capability Scotland

Capability works with disabled people of all ages and their families and carers throughout Scotland. We provide a range of modern, flexible services to disabled people across Scotland in areas including employment, education, accommodation, respite and independent living. We are also a campaigning organisation, committed to using the influence we have to ensure disabled people achieve the same human and civil rights as the rest of society. Our campaigning ensures that the issues that matter to disabled people stay on the Government's agenda. Our vision is to be a major ally in supporting disabled people to achieve full equality and to have choice and control of their lives.


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Registered charity
No. 1127890
CareTrade

The charity addresses the employment & social needs of young persons & adults with Autism


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Registered charity
No. 1090549
Caxton Youth Club

Caxton is a youth group membership disabled young people. Named in the top 5% ofstead in Westminster. The Caxton provides social, informal educational opportunities at Midge Island, Surrey, a facility available for the exclusive use of members + Narrow Boat project.


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Registered charity
No. 1128503
The Chris Yeates Spinal Cord Injury Trust

It helps people with a SCI regain independance by providing grants for equipment or rehabilitation and much needed advice and support to their families and carers.


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Registered charity
No. 1025650
Claydon Preschool

It provides a safe and fun environment for preschools to learn to learn


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Registered charity
No. 1054109
Dance Voice

It provides a safe working environment to assist those with mental health issues and learning difficulties using Dance Movement Psychotherapy.


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Registered charity
No. 1095398
Deafax

Deafax works to empower deaf people of all ages to lead fulfilling lives through the use of innovative communications technologies and by developing deaf-friendly resources and delivering training and workshops. By making information more accessible, visual and interactive Deafax supports deaf people, enabling them to reach their full potential.


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Registered charity
No. 1121222
Debate Mate

Debate Mate uses student led debate clubs to develop communication skills, confidence, and critical thinking in students in areas where it is most needed. It trains university undergraduate to run debate clubs in schools across the UK and empowers participants to go on to run their own clubs.


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Registered charity
No. 1115603
DELTA (Deaf Education through Listening and Talking)

DELTA believes that the vast majority of deaf children can learn to listen and talk and that all parents of deaf children should be given this option. It's aim is to promote the education of hearing imparied children through the use of their residual hearing capacity and through the development of a naturally spoken language.


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Registered charity
No. 1061474
Down's Syndrome Association

Two babies are born every day with Down's syndrome. Through information and support for people with Down's syndrome, their families and professionals, the Down's Syndrome Association helps these people live full and rewarding lives.


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Registered charity
No. 1103741
DSN

DSN offers peer support to doctors suffering from mental illness, many have financial difficulties. It campaigns to reduce the stigma of mental illness within and outside the medical profession. Doctors' support line is a confidential helpline for doctors in crisis.


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Registered charity
No. 268502, Scotland SCO39177
Dyslexia Action

6 million people in the UK are affected by dyslexia, that's 10% of the population. Dyslexia can affect all areas of your life, not just reading and writing. It can cause low self esteem, anxiety, frustration and even depression if unidentified. Through our 26 centres, 158 outposts and our work in schools we work to improve lives through education.

Your money could make a real difference to the lives of those affected by dyslexia.

25 - could fund a one hour session of multi-sensory tuition 50 - could pay for a parent to attend an awareness course 100 - could help towards the cost of keep a local centre open for one day Your donation will enable us to continue with our valuable work.


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Registered charity
No. 1052989
Dyslexia Research Trust

Free children?s clinics for the diagnosis and treatment of reading difficulties. Provides accurate and unbiased information on latest research to educational/health professionals, media and general public in UK and internationally. Supports academic researchers ? developing the skills and knowledge needed to continue scientific advance in the study of dyslexia.


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Registered charity
No. SC016540
Edinburgh University Settlement

EUS strives to enhance public provision for people who are disadvantaged through circumstance or disability. It aims to help local people bring about social change and regeneration for their communities. It aims to develop respect for the whole person and the dignity and diversity of all people.


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Registered charity
No. 1120025
Education for All Trust

Education For All Trust specialise in providing educational resources to schools and educational projects in developing countries, to compliment and support the work carried out by Government education ministries and emergency relief and development charities.


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Registered charity
No. 1125382
The Emily Jordan Foundation

It helps individuals with moderate learning and physical disabilities. These individuals find it difficult, if not impossible, to find paid employment in a very competitive workplace. The Emily Jordan Foundation aims to provide an environment in which they will be able to contribute to society and therefore lead more fulfilled lives.


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Registered charity
No. 1001027
Finchale Training College

Finchale Training College is a national specialist College which provides vocational training and rehabilitation for unemployed disabled adults to enable them to gain and retain permanent employment.


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Registered charity
No. 1120916
FoCT

FoCT provides education, social and medical care and support to orphans, vulnerable and disabled children in Tanzania. We are a small charity, entirely voluntary. 100% of all contributions are directed at the projects in Tanzania ? we have NO OVERHEADS.


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Registered charity
No. 504391
The Friends Of Cedewain

It supports a school for children with special needs


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Registered charity
No. 1123634
Friends of Granta School

Granta School caters for pupils from 2 to 19 who have a range of special educational needs. The charity is there to fund raise for much needed equipment, to provide support to parents, pupils and staff and for social events.


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Registered charity
No. 1096770
Friends of the Loyne School

Friends of the Loyne supports the work of The Loyne Specialist School in Lancaster. It is a special school for pupils aged 2-19 with a range of learning difficulties.


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Registered charity
No. 311876
Friends of the Ridgeway

The Friends raise funds for the Ridgeway Community School, a special school for pupils and students ranging from 2 to 19 years old with a diverse range of learning needs.


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Registered charity
No. 1020192
Grace Eyre Foundation

Grace Eyre is a charity supporting people with learning disabilities to make the most of opportunities in their communities and lead independent lives. We provide person centred day activity and accommodation services to 200 people, employ 80 staff and are supported by over 50 volunteers. We work across East and West Sussex and Brighton & Hove.


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Registered charity
No. 293635
Hannah's Gifts

The charity supports the purchase of very specialist equipment for children with complex physical/sensory/medical needs


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Registered charity
No. 269425
harc- Herts branch of NAS

harc is the Hertfordshire branch of the National Autistic Society (NAS) and is run by parent/carer volunteers to support all people affected by autistic spectrum disorders living in Hertfordshire. harc works to provide information and support to individuals and their families and campaign for better local services.


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Registered charity
No. Exempt:Charities Act 1993
Harris Bursary Fund

The Harris Bursary Fund, part of the University of Central Lancashire Foundation, supports UCLan students who are in dire need of help to fund their studies. Support is given in various forms including such things as computer equipment, book tokens and luncheon vouchers.


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Registered charity
No. 1109619
The Hydrosense Charitable Organisation (The Hydrosense Appeal)

The charity works on behalf of disabled children to access them to special services, especially to hydrotherapy and performing arts on evenings, weekends and school holidays. The charity has nearly reached its target of 1 million to build new facilities and continues to fund raise to help with running costs.


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Registered charity
No. 276669
Impact Initiatives

Set up in 1978, the Impact team enables people of all generations in need of support to reach their potential through innovative, professional and high quality service provision.

Children & Young People Services provide safe places where they can get advice & guidance, learn new skills such as cooking & IT and have a break from often extremely difficult lives. The services are fun and innovative where adults truly listen to understand, enabling children & young people to create a positive future for themselves.

Older People Services provide places where they can feel safe, meet others, learn new skills and get a healthy freshly cooked meal. We have a modern approach to working with older people within our own centres, supported minibus trips and in people?s own homes.

Adults of Working Age Services help people to achieve independence through training, advocacy and one-to-one support. We provide advice and guidance to support people into work. We ensure those with disabilities have the right support at the right time from the right people so they have the opportunities that many people take for granted.

Making a positive difference for every generation in Sussex.


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Registered charity
No. 1101152
Iqra School (Oxford)

Established in 2003, ?Iqra School? is the first girls Islamic secondary school in the historic and academic city of Oxford! Alhamdulillah, since its inception the school has matured immensely and now the management is undertaking a project to purchase and develop the site where the school is based. Hence, a large amount of urgent funding is required.


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Registered charity
No. 1037084
The Jericho Foundation

The Jericho Foundation is a registered Charity which exists to help the most disadvantaged overcome social problems and get back to employment.


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Registered charity
No. 212463
John Grooms

John Grooms is a national disability charity, which provides brain injury rehabilitation, nursing and residential care homes and wheelchair accessible housing to over 10,500 disabled people in the UK each year. Training opportunities and accessible holiday properties also enables those affected by disability to have greater independence.


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Registered charity
No. 1015762
The Kepplewray Project

The Kepplewray Project is an education and activity centre for disabled and non-disabled people. Kepplewray challenges exclusion and is founded on a commitment to bring disabled and non-disabled people together as equal partners.


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Registered charity
No. 1068541
King Ecgbert Integrated Resource

The Resource helps pupils and young people with Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASDs) to access the curriculum. It also provides young people with ASDs help and support to gain paid employment.


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Registered charity
No. 271519
Kisharon

It provides educational services, vocational training opportunities and residential care for children and adults with learning disabilities.


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Registered charity
No. 1132829
LimbPower

LimbPower offer relief to the physically disabled by aiding rehabilitation and improving the quality of life through the medium of recreational and competitive sports and arts, for the locomotor disabled.


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Registered charity
No. 279051
Lindon Bennett School Association

The charity raises money for the benefit of the pupils of Lindon Bennett School. This is a primary age special school for pupils with profound and severe learning difficulties and autism. Money raised is used for the benefit of the pupils eg for trips and playground equipment.


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Registered charity
No. 311874
The Link Day School Ltd

The charity operates both a primary school and a secondary school in Beddington, South London, for pupils aged 5 - 19 with speech, language and communication difficulties.


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Registered charity
No. 1116530
Livability

Livability creates choices for disabled people and brings life to local communities. We offer a wide range of services to around 8,000 disabled people and their families, including residential care, supported living, education and accessible holidays. We also provide churches with the resources, advice and confidence to transform their neighbourhoods. Livability is a new charity, created by the merger of John Grooms and the Shaftesbury Society, two charities which have been hard at work among the UK's most marginalised people for over 160 years.


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Registered charity
No. 1123333
Live Life Then Give Life

Live Life Then Give Life works tirelessly to save the lives of all those who need an organ transplant in the UK. Funds are used to raise awareness of organ donation and to fund projects that increase in the numbers of successful transplants that are carried out each year.


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Registered charity
No. 1124524
The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy

We are the only approved centre and school for children with cerebral palsy in the London region. Our services include parent and child sessions for babies from birth to age 3, a nursery group and school for 5-11 year olds. Through conductive education, we teach children to be as independent as possible by developing their physical, intellectual and social abilities.

The London Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy is the operating name of The Peter Rigby Trust (previously known as The Hornsey Trust).


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Registered charity
No. 223066
Mary Ward Centre

For over 100 years The Mary Ward Settlement has provided both access to justice and access to education to people from all over London as well as the local communities of Holborn and Kings Cross. Please give your help and join us in continuing to provide support to the many people who rely on our services and ensuring that the work of the Settlement can continue for the next 100 years.

Your donations make a real difference to Mary Ward Centre students who are unable to afford to study. 500 could help a single parent with childcare fees for a year. 350 could provide Zoomtext magnifier software for a visually impaired student. 200 could help two students on low wages to afford to study. 100 could buy speech-to-text software for a student with learning difficulties. 60 would buy four essential grammar books for ESOL students unable to afford them. And, for those able to give more, please get in touch - 20,000 would enable us to renovate a teaching room. 50,000 would contribute to us being able to acquire additional premises and extend our work. Thank you


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Registered charity
No. 1043280
MS Research Training and Education (MS Research)

MS Research Training and Education raises funds to enable research that will address its aims and further progress in the treatment of MS. In addition the charity will promote and support training and education to further knowledge and involvement of those who live with MS and those who treat it. It encourages volunteers to help in these aims through fundraising and general support duties such as office work, collections or organising an event. It makes appeals to involve persons with MS in the research projects.


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Registered charity
No. 1098004
Narconon

A unique organisation in its field. Completely drug free programme using nutrition, deep sauna detox and life skills courses to completely blow away the negative behaviour patterns of substance misusers. It rehabilitates drug and alcohol users to a stable, successful, ethical, happy condition who are valuable contributing members of society.


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Registered charity
No. 269425
National Autistic Society

The National Autistic Society exists to champion the rights and interests of over half a million people with autism and to ensure that they and their families receive quality services appropriate to their needs.


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Registered charity
No. 220239
National Star Centre for Disabled Youth Limited

The National Star College provides further education and independence training to young people from across the UK aged 16 to 25 with physical disabilities or acquired brain injuries.


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Registered charity
No. 1027466
Norfolk And Norwich Scope Association

NANSA is a well established charity which offer services, information for norfolk children and adults with cerebral palsy and other disabilities, The Adult Resource Centre at 200 Bowthorpe Road, Norwich, offers vocational training, education and skills development courses. More information on our services can be found by visiting www.nansa.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 803440
Nystagmus Network

The Nystagmus Network is a registered charity run by volunteers and one part-time employee. It relies on donations and members' subscriptions to enable us to provide support to people with the eye condition nystagmus and to promote research. It currently support several projects in the UK, covering ophthalmological research, genetics and possible drug therapies.


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Registered charity
No. 1091722
The Oaklea Trust

We are a service provider offering accommodation, employment, leisure activities and community support for children and adults with disabilities towards independence and lead fulfilled lives within theri communities.


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Registered charity
No. 1105213
The Orpheus Centre

The Orpheus Centre was founded in 1998 by the entertainer and musician Richard Stilgoe in his former family home in Godstone. The centre promotes transition into independent living; providing opportunities for young disabled adults to promote personal development through performing arts to enable them to gain the skills to live independently in the community and to make informed choices about their futures. Through a dynamic programme of music, drama, dance and life skills we will prepare disabled young adults to live in their own flats, manage their own support and move forward to work and/or further training. Our students have the chance to work with acclaimed associate artists such as musician Herbie Flowers and professional disabled theatre company Graeae in a wide range of venues including our own Barn Theatre and the Royal Opera House. With the help of our generous supporters our students we are continually improving the quality of our services and learning programme, helping more and more young adults realise their dream of independence.


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Registered charity
No. 1057295
Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals Charitable Funds

The Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals (ORH) Charitable Funds is the umbrella charity for over 700 funds supporting projects across the ORH NHS Trust that enhance services and facilities for patients and staff. These range from support for particular wards, at the John Radcliffe, Churchill and Horton Hospitals, to larger fundraising campaigns to support major developments such as the new Oxford Cancer Centre, the Oxford Children's Hospital, the Geratology Appeal and the Oxford Heart Centre expansion. As one of the foremost teaching trusts in the UK, the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals enjoy a national and international reputation in fields such as cancer and cranio-facial surgery. Please give generously - your support enables us to provide the best possible healthcare in the best possible setting, to a standard far higher than the NHS alone would be able to afford.

Please note: If you wish to donate to a specific area within ORH Charitable Funds you will be able to specify this at the end of the donation process. Thank you.


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Registered charity
No. 1011133
The PACE Centre

What's so special about PACE? At PACE children with physical disabilities such as cerebral palsy find their own voice, walk their own steps and discover that they can fully enjoy everyday life and become active members of society. Cerebral palsy is a physical condition affecting movement as a result of damage to the brain. We believe in each child's ability to learn despite their disability. We provide a loving and inspirational environment, motivating children with physical disabilities to work hard at achieving their goals. Our focus is on 'educating for life' - developing a child's social, emotional, communication, academic and motor skills. Every child's achievement is a direct result of our unique staff team, all working together in one centre with the child at its heart. PACE is a charity inspired by the principles of Conductive Education, a system which emphasises that children develop as a whole. One in every 400 children in the UK is affected by cerebral palsy. Your support enables us to reach children and families though intensive programmes, training and outreach. We depend on donations from trusts, businesses, groups and individuals.


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Registered charity
No. 1072900
Parents and Friends of Ashgrove School

It aims to bring together the parents and friends and of Ashgrove School and to provide funds to help the many autistic pupils of Ashgrove to fulfil their true potential.


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Registered charity
No. 1014416
Pathway Workshop

Pathway Workshop is a registered charity for productive employment and training for disadvantaged adults between 16 and 80, with both physical disabilities and those with learning impairment. Pathway Workshop seeks to improve the job prospects of people with disabilities, and those who may be disadvantaged in today's labour market.


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Registered charity
No. 1123172
Pebbles Project

Pebbles Project enriches the lives of children from disadvantaged backgrounds with special educational needs, especially those whose lives are affected by alcohol, through providing support and training to local wine farm and township creches and establishing after-school provision for older children living in the Winelands area of the Western Cape in South Africa.


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Registered charity
No. 1131521
Pembrokeshire Kilimanjaro Climb

12 lads 1 Mountain 6 Days - Kilimanjaro


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Registered charity
No. 1123119
The Phoenix Group for Deaf Children

Provides a range of workshops and resources for deaf and hearing-impaired children and young people, whatever their communication method or hearing loss.


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Registered charity
No. 1088592
PIP

PIP helps younger adults with a range of learning disabilities around transition. PIP has a travel training project promoting independent travel and at SW1 and CDP (Community Development Project) they provide community activities.


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Registered charity
No. 1096394
Polio Children

Giving Hope and Dignity to extremely poor disabled children through education and vocational training enabling them to join mainstream society.


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Registered charity
No. 1127498
RAINBOW HOUSE

Rainbow House helps children with physical disabilities between the age of 3 months - 16 years to become more active & independent through Conductive Education and Early Years services, aiming to achieve each childs goal in sitting, standing and walking and improve their social skills in eating, dressing and toileting, making integration into mainstream school and the community easier. Not only do we help children with disabilties such as Cerebral Palsy, Downs Syndrome, Metabolic & other genetic motor disorders, we also provide support for their families & carers.


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Registered charity
No. 1073392
Rayners Special Educational Trust

Penn School is a secondary school for children aged between 11-18 years with communication difficulties associated with hearing impairment and/or speech and language difficulties who may have additional physical or learning problems. For more information please visit the web site (www.pennschool.bucks.sch.uk)


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Registered charity
No. 1093006
Rutland House School for Parents

School for Parents in Nottingham is a free, specialist, pre-school service that supports children with mobility impairments such as cerebral palsy and associated disabilities, or children with Down's Syndrome who may have specific communication problems.


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Registered charity
No. SC010985
Scottish Huntington's Association

HD is a hereditary disease which slowly destroys the ability to control and co-ordinate movement and thought. About 6,000 people in Scotland are symptomatic or at risk of developing the disease. SHA aims to significantly improve their quality of life through expert Advisory Services, specialist information and Family Support Groups.


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Registered charity
No. 289868
Sense - National Deafblind and Rubella Association

Sense is the UK's largest organisation offering support to deafblind people and their families. Established in 1955 as a parent's support group, Sense now offers a range of services - including, advice, housing, education and practical help to children and adults who are both deaf and blind.


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Registered charity
No. 287785
Shaw Trust

Shaw Trust is a national charity providing training and work opportunities for people who are disadvantaged in the workplace due to disability, ill health or other social circumstances. They focus on what people can do not what they cannot and believe that everyone should have an equal opportunity to work.


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Registered charity
No. 269962
Shrubberies School PTA

The Shrubberies PTA raises money to enhance provision offered by The Shrubberies Special School. It raises money for equipment, educational resources and for out of school activities.


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Registered charity
No. 269962
Shrubberies School PTA

The Shrubberies PTA raises money to enhance provision offered by The Shrubberies Special School. It raises money for equipment, educational resources and for out of school activities.


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Registered charity
No. 1101572
SKIDZ

Training young people for employment in the motor trade.


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Registered charity
No. 282754
The Snowdon Award Scheme

The Snowdon Award Scheme helps physically and sensory impaired people meet the extra costs of studying in further and higher education. Students with places at UK colleges and universities can apply for help with costs such as sign language interpreters, notetakers, computers and other specialised equipment and service needs.


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Registered charity
No. 1112475
SOS!SEN

A free, friendly and confidential nationwide helpline for parents and others seeking clarification, help and advice in the bewildering world of Special Educational Needs.


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Registered charity
No. 1121095
South East Russian Language Society Friendship

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Registered charity
No. 519208
The SPACE Centre

SPACE provides the biggest and most versatile Multi Sensory Environment for anyone with special needs. After 15 years SPACE cannot meet the demand for sessions so the charity are campaigning to raise £3million for a fantastic new centre that will be able to meet many more needs.


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Registered charity
No. 1059381
Spirit (Spinal Paralysis And Injuries Research Information And Training)

SPIRIT is a charity dedicated to promoting best practice in spinal injury medicine and treatment and the rehabilitation of individuals who have suffered spinal injury. We promote teaching and training at specialist spinal injury centres to enhance the quality of treatment of spinal cord injured individuals.


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Registered charity
No. 1096974
Springwater School

Special School - pupils with complex needs, autism/sensory/physical/medical. Seeking to raise £20,000 to bid for Specialist School status - if successful will improve school with specialist personal care areas and support wider community understanding of people with learning difficulties.


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Registered charity
No. 288148
St Catherine's

St Catherines is a national charity working with children and young people with speech, language and communication impairments. In addition to its residential centre incorporating a specialist school and further education centre, St Catherine's provide outreach expertise for mainstream schools and other voluntary organisations.


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Registered charity
No. 1068661
St Elizabeth's Centre

St Elizabeth's specialises in providing lifelong education and care for children, young people and adults with Epilepsy, Autism, neurological disorders and associated disabilities. The centre consists of a School, College and Residential Home. People are accepted according to need regardless of faith, culture or ethnic background.


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Registered charity
No. 800451
The St Jude Foundation

The St. Jude Foundation was set up in 1988 with the general aim of promoting the education and welfare of handicapped (disabled) people, particularly children.


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Registered charity
No. 235434
St Loye's Foundation

St Loye’s Foundation is a nationwide charity based in Exeter, Devon. The charity has a very person centred approach, offering over seventy years experience in training, developing and supporting people with physical or mental health conditions, enabling them to achieve valuable skills for their lasting employment.


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Registered charity
No. 701081
St Wilfrid's PTA

The MAD campaign is helping to raise money to rebuild the school. We need to raise £300,000 and are looking for lots of support to achieve this.


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Registered charity
No. 1092857
Treloar's

Treloar School and College provide a unique blend of education, medical care, therapy and independence training for young people with complex disabilities. Students from age 7 to early 20's come from across the UK. In excess of 90% use wheelchairs, 40% have no communicable speech and a further 20% have a life-limiting condition.


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Registered charity
No. 1122245
Valerie Taylor Trust

The goal of the Valerie Taylor Trust is to financially contribute to the treatment, rehabilitation and reintegration into the community of disabled people in Bangladesh, particularly those in financial need. We also aim to assist with education of the public and relevant health care workers about the problems faced by disabled people and ways in which these difficulties can be overcome.


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Registered charity
No. 1092735
Vita Nova

Vita Nova is a Bournemouth based charity providing plays and workshops covering the issues of alcohol, drugs, bullying and domestic abuse to local schools. Our volunteers have experienced some of these and are able to bring real life experiences into their performances.


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Registered charity
No. 1062793
VRSA

Villa Real School is a special school for pupils who have severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties, Autism Spectrum Disorders and/or challenging behaviour.


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Registered charity
No. 1050050
The Walton Neuroscience Fund

to be composed


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Registered charity
No. 1083024
Whoopsadaisy

A charity for the benefit of children with cerebral palsy and other motor disorders.


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Registered charity
No. 207790
WKRS

West Kirby Residential School is a successful Non-Maintained Special Needs School offering education for day and residential pupils.


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Registered charity
No. 1098203
Young Enterprise South West

Young Enterprise South West is a leading business enterprise educational charity. It delivers fun and interactive business education programmes to students aged 4-25 with the aim 'to inspire and equip young people to learn and succeed through enterprise'.


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Registered charity
No. 313697
Young Enterprise UK

It provides enterprise education to more than 350,000 students aged 4-24 in more than 5,500 school, colleges and universities across the UK each year. Programmes are delivered by volunteers drawn from local business and are based on the principle of ?Learning by Doing?.


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Registered charity
No. 1086915
Youth Sport Trust

The Youth Sport Trust aims to build a brighter future for young people by increasing young people's participation and enjoyment of PE and school sport.


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