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Social welfare organisations: Social exclusion
These charities work to reduce the effects of being excluded from society - be it through disability, poverty, lack of education, unemployment or homelessness. They help people become full members of society again and give meaning to their lives.

Registered charity
No. 23964R
1625 Independent People (Formerly Priority Youth Housing and Wayahead Housing and Support)

Independent People provide housing, support and advice to young people aged between 16 and 25 in Bristol and South Gloucestershire.

We exist to support young people to build independent lives. We do this by helping them find (and keep) a safe, stable home. We also offer non-judgmental support and advice on counselling, training and help finding jobs. Most young people are referred to us by the Local Authorities having presented themselves as homeless, we run Bristol's only emergency 24 hour accommodation for young people at St George's House.

We are doing more and more work in trying to prevent homelessness through projects such as Inside Out which helps young people resettle after prison, and our through our peer education project which invites young people who have experienced homelessness to go into schools and talk to their peers about the realities of leaving home in an unplanned way.


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Registered charity
No. 288285
4Children (Kids' Clubs Network)

4Children is the national charity dedicated to creating opportunities and building futures for children, representing the voice of children at every level. Providing the latest information and guidance ensure all children and families can fulfil their potential. 4Children develop innovative programmes to tackle issues such as social exclusion and crime.


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Registered charity
No. 1120149
A National Voice

A National Voice is the only organisation in England run by and for young people from Care. They exist to give over 60,000 "looked after" children and young people a voice at National level and to create improvements to the Care system.


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Registered charity
No. 1113180
Aanchal Limited

Aanchal's objectives are to relieve the distress caused by domestic violence, and to undertake preventative and educational work with young people, including men, to reduce the occurrence of domestic violence.


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Registered charity
No. 200719
The Abbeyfield Society

Abbeyfield is one of the largest voluntary sector UK-wide providers of housing and care for older people, committed to alleviating loneliness while maintaining independence. Founded in 1956, Abbeyfield has grown to include around 750 houses managed by professional staff and volunteers, providing support, care and friendship for around 8,000 residents.


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Registered charity
No. 1067673
Abilitynet

AbilityNet helps over 165,000 people a year who thought they couldn't use a computer because of a disability, overcome their problems. Computers open up the world of communication, learning and work; or simply shopping, emailing and having fun with friends and family across the world.


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Registered charity
No. 1046432
Abingdon Charities Working Together

ACWT is 5 small charities covering a broad spectrum of causes to help local people of all ages in a variety of ways, by providing information, advice and counselling to teenagers, trained volunteer mentors to younger children, working with families and elderly people. They share resources and reduce costs by fundraising together.


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Registered charity
No. 1094736
Accuro (Care Services)

Accuro provides an invaluable support service to enable people with disabilities of all ages to participate in everyday pursuits and leisure activities. All the schemes are needs led and are designed to increase confidence and reduce isolation. The charity also provides respite relief for their families and carers.


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Registered charity
No. 1094736
Accuro (Care Services)

Accuro provides an invaluable support service to enable people with disabilities of all ages to participate in everyday pursuits and leisure activities. All the schemes are needs led and are designed to increase confidence and reduce isolation. The charity also provides respite relief for their families and carers.


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Registered charity
No. 1079290
Acid Survivors Trust International

The Acid Survivors Trust International (ASTI) is a UK based charity that supports organisations working in countries where there is a problem of acid violence. ASTI is committed to providing free long term treatment and rehabilitation care for survivors of acid attacks. ASTI recruits teams of volunteers who can offer medical, surgical, and other forms of professional assistance where it is needed. ASTI is the only organisation dedicated to addressing this grave abuse of human rights in an international context, encouraging and coordinating the interchange of experience and ideas of how to combat this seemingly global crime against humanity.


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Registered charity
No. 1035401
Action in rural Sussex

We offer rural communities a source of independent, expert support on the particular issues that affect them and manage programmes designed to find new ways of meeting their needs. We work with rural people in Sussex to make sure their voice is heard locally, regionally and nationally. As a result we often step in when there is a risk that services needed by rural people could easily be forgotten. AirS is currently running a major campaign to improve support and funding for the many village halls in East and West Sussex. This is its 'Heart of the Village' campaign about which more details can be found on the AirS' website.


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Registered charity
No. 1080112
ADAPT

ADAPT supports parents and families of premature and poorly babies whilst on the neonatal units and when the babies go home for as long as support is needed


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Registered charity
No. 1000203
The Adnams Charity

The Adnams Charity is funded by the donation of 1% of the profits of Adnams plc, and by the generosity of others. The Charity aims to make a real, measurable difference to people’s lives, at grassroots level by awarding modest grants to good causes within 25 miles of Southwold,


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Registered charity
No. 1059268
Africa Advocacy Foundation

AAF promotes access and participation of African people in the uptake and delivery of Health, Education and other social welfare services through the provision of resources, information, advice, training and support. Our community-based initiatives empower marginalized and disadvantaged African families to overcome poverty, ill health and social exclusion


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Registered charity
No. 1102020
Age Concern Calderdale & Kirklees

Age Concern Calderdale & Kirklees promotes the well-being of older people in Calderdale and Kirklees (age 50+) by providing good quality services and support, influencing policy and practice, consulting older people and finding innovative ways of meeting their needs and working in partnership with other local agencies to better serve older people within the community


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Registered charity
No. 1091608
Age Concern Cheshire

Age Concern Cheshire is committed to making later life a fulfilling and enjoyable experience for all older people in Cheshire. It seeks to achieve this by providing a range of care and support services to empower and enable older people.


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Registered charity
No. 1010973
Age Concern Exeter

It provides services and support for older people in the Exeter area


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Registered charity
No. 507239
Age Concern Gwynedd a Mon

To provide services for older people in the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey.


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Registered charity
No. 1092198
Age Concern in London

Together Age Concern?s in London are working to improve the influence, status and quality of life of older people. There is at least one Age Concern Charity in every London Borough providing services to thousands of people including; information and advice, care and other services relating to the health and well-being of older Londoners.


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Registered charity
No. 1082658
Age Concern Kensington and Chelsea

Age Concern Kensington and Chelsea (formally Sixty Plus) helps older people in Kensington and Chelsea to maintain their independence with the help of 150 volunteers who work in the community. It provides befriending, practical help, escorting, shopping and gardening. Intergenerational schemes get young people involved as readers and computer coaches and Health Wise promotes healthy ageing and well-being.


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Registered charity
No. 1082658
Age Concern Kensington and Chelsea

Age Concern Kensington and Chelsea (formally Sixty Plus) helps older people in Kensington and Chelsea to maintain their independence with the help of 150 volunteers who work in the community. It provides befriending, practical help, escorting, shopping and gardening. Intergenerational schemes get young people involved as readers and computer coaches and Health Wise promotes healthy ageing and well-being.


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Registered charity
No. 1091529
Age Concern Oxfordshire

Age Concern Oxfordshire helps and supports older people and their carers to make later life a fulfilling, enjoyable experience: working to ensure as that as they get older their voices are heard, they are treated with dignity, have access to services they want and need, have opportunities to which they aspire.


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Registered charity
No. 1059945
Age Concern Portsmouth

The aim of the charity is to provide a high quality,needs focused range of support activities and services for older people in the community of Portsmouth.


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Registered charity
No. 1079949
Age Concern Slough and Berkshire East

ACSABE works to improve and enhance the quality of life for older people in Slough and the Berkshire East area, helping them to remain independent and enhancing their experience of later life. It offers 32 different services and is a vital organisation acting as a lifeline for many socially isolated older people.


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Registered charity
No. 516912
Age Concern Stockport

AC Stockport works for people 50 plus operating 25 services that provide information, support and social opportunities . The organisation has a strong volunteer program offering opportunities for both volunteers and those on placement. The organisation works closely with local partners representing and campaigning on behalf of local older people.


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Registered charity
No. 800912
Age UK Wiltshire

Age UK Wiltshire (formerly Age Concern Wiltshire) is an independent charity working to promote the well-being of older people in Wiltshire, to make later life and enjoyable and fulfilling experience. We provide direct services such as information and advice, befriending and toe nail cutting to local older people. We support community day centres and lunch clubs. We work in partnership with other organizations to undertake research and public education and seek to influence decisions that affect older people.


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Registered charity
No. XT22583
Aid To Georgia

Aid To Georgia was established to fundraise for two specific projects in Rustavi (Georgia), these being the Disabled Day Centre and Hospital No 2. We are staffed by volunteers in the UK and Georgia, enabling us to ensure that all donations only reach the people who need them most.


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Registered charity
No. 1093912
The Alex Roberts-Miller Foundation

The main goal of the Foundation is to help provide educational, sporting and social opportunities for disadvantaged young people. Website: www.alexrmfoundation.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 1086179
Alpha International

Alpha International helps people to learn about the Christian faith by enabling them to attend an Alpha course, and our vision is to see the world transformed through the love of Jesus Christ. Over eleven million people in 160 countries worldwide, from all walks of life, have attended a course. Your support would help more people attend an Alpha course - in places as diverse as churches, prisons, schools, pubs, workplaces, universities, residential homes, and military bases.


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Registered charity
No. 1085709
Alternatives to Violence Project

The Alternatives to Violence Project (AVP) organises workshops for people from all walks of life who want to deal with conflict well and without violence. It organises low-cost, friendly workshops in communities all over Britain and also runs programmes in prisons.


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Registered charity
No. 1131489
Amantani

Amantani UK was set up to protect the rights and interests of some of South America?s most vulnerable children. Using education, we aim to help indigenous children negotiate with modern Peru?s westernized system.

Rather than spreading our work across a continent or even a country, Amantani UK invests resources and time into making fundamental change in one district; Ccorca, which is situated 13 miles from Cusco, Peru.

Since May 2008, Amantani UK have run two boarding schools in the district?s capital. Our two projects help over 40 girls who previously had to walk up to 6 hours to get to and from school each day. In the morning, the girls attend the district?s state-provided school. In the afternoon, instead of walking home, they come to our nearby boarding schools for extra tuition in skills suited to their situation. For more information, please visit www.amantani.org.uk.


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Registered charity
No. 208756
Anchor Society

It helps the frail elderly with social inclusion and finacially with annuities, grants and loans.


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Registered charity
No. 1039094
Andover Mind

It supports people who experience mental ill health from the age of 18 to 65+. It provides support services on an individual basis, both in its day centre and out in the wider community. Its goal is to enable people to achieve their potential and participate in society.


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Registered charity
No. 701376
Arch (North Staffs)

Arch is a local charity based in Stoke-on-Trent which helps homeless people in North Staffordshire. It also helps people who are at risk of homelessness. Services include housing, support in the community, two women's refuges and domestic violence services. The charity works with around 2,000 people each year.


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Registered charity
No. 1123786
Architecture Sans Frontieres - UK

ASF is making community and international development issues, in particular those impacting on disadvantaged and vulnerable people, integral to the practice and teaching of architecture.

Our motivation for establishing ASF stems from an ambition to make architectural practice more relevant to the majority of the world?s population who are living in marginalised or poverty situations (both in the UK and worldwide). At architecture school students are taught to provide solutions to complex issues, however, often people in communities benefit more from being involved in the process of development than by being disempowered recipients of more often inappropriate solutions. It was these frustrations that lead a small team of dedicated volunteers to create ASF and in doing so establish an organisation that supports architectural education by teaching (and working with) the essential participatory tools and techniques required when working as a professional in community or international development projects.


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Registered charity
No. SC014665
Archway

Archway is an Aberdeen based charity offering respite, shared and permanent care for over 200 children and adults with moderate to profound learning disabilities.


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Registered charity
No. 1013647
The Argus Appeal

The Argus Appeal's objectives are to relieve sickness, poverty, hardship and to provide benefits for lonely, needy old people and underprivileged children and other persons considered appropriate by the trustees in the Sussex area. All funds raised are used to support causes where they can ?make a difference?.


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Registered charity
No. 1096859
Arts For All

Arts For All is a community creative centre . We run clubs and classes for the local community and aim to build confidence through creativity. Young people get the opportunity to exhibit and sell their works of art in high profile exhibitions in The City. This work changes lives and gives them the chance to hope for a brighter future.


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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. 1092265
Asylum Welcome

Asylum Welcome has been providing information and support for refugees, asylum seekers and immigration detainees in Oxfordshire for over ten years. We work with men and women, of all ages including young people who come here on their own, unaccompanied by adults.


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Registered charity
No. 1087259
The Attlee Foundation

The Attlee Foundation was set up to commemorate Clement Attlee's life, work and achievements through piloting projects that benefit the people he cared most about - those disadvantaged by poverty, disability or lack of opportunity, particularly young people. Its work ranges from making small grants to research and major capital projects.


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Registered charity
No. 702632
Autism Initiatives UK

The Autism Initiatives Group supports children and adults with autism across the UK. In Scotland one of our projects is the One Stop Shop project specifically works with adults with Asperger Syndrome in Edinburgh and the Lothians providing a mix of one-to-one support (for things like employment, benefits, housing) and social activities. In England we have a range of services including Peterhouse School in Southport which provides education and support for 55 children from Merseyside and the surrounding counties.


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Registered charity
No. 517077
autism.west midlands

autism.west midlands aims to improve the quality of life for people with autistic spectrum disorders and their families by raising awareness of the condition and making provision for the individual needs of people with autistic spectrum disorders.


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Registered charity
No. 265650
B@titude

B@titude is committed to loving and serving the community of Leatherhead by providing a framework for community and social initiatives. Shaped around a fluid collective of people, B@titude aims to support dreams and ideas that will invest back into the community and quality of life.


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Registered charity
No. 1127453
Balfour Beatty - Building Better Futures

The Balfour Beatty Charitable Trust has been formed for the Group's centenary year and thereafter. It will be funding projects which will raise the aspiration, motivation and quality of life amongst young people suffering from disadvantage.


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Registered charity
No. 1084414
Basingstoke GAP

GAP offers young people with learning disabilities an opportunity to achieve through the Gateway Award Scheme which is like the Duke of Edinburgh Scheme. It takes place within a youth club setting and they are encouraged to set themselves new challenges, learn new skills and broaden their horizons.


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Registered charity
No. 1122310
BCFC Burns Unit Appeal

Bradford City Community Foundation is a fundamental community arm and nominated charity of BCFC. 2010 is the 25th anniversary of the Bradford Fire Disaster( 11.05.85) This appeal is a specific fundraiser for the Burns Unit which supported the rehabilitation of the victims of the fire.


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Registered charity
No. 1071226
BEWSA

Rehabiltation through sport for disabled ex-service men and woman


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Registered charity
No. 1056041
The Big Issue In The North Trust

The Big Issue in The North Trust provides support to vendors to help them make steps towards improving their lives. It offers social activities, help with accessing services, ESOL classes and a general shoulder to lean on in times of hardship.


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Registered charity
No. 1041486
BioRegional

BioRegional is a not-for-profit organisation, providing innovative solutions to problems of sustainability. It sets up grassroots green businesses, helps build green communities, fosters local production and encourages lifestyles which are ecologically sound. It projects have won 28 UK and international awards, and many have already become self-sustaining green businesses.


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Registered charity
No. 218484
Birmingham Mail Charity Trust

The Birmingham Mail Charity Trust formally the Christmas Tree Fund now in its 120th year, raises funds for volunteer and community groups and small charities supporting deprived and needy people and groups of all ages and creeds in the Greater Birmingham area. Grants are made to a max of £2000


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Registered charity
No. 517303
Birmingham Settlement

Birmingham Settlement was founded in 1899 and is one of the oldest charities in the City. It works to overcome social disadvantage through the provision of Children's Services, Older People's Services, Money Advice, building community cohesion and employment and training advice. To learn more please visit the website at: www.birminghamsettlement.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 210558
Blackfriars Settlement

Founded as the Women's University Settlement in 1887, it aims to create opportunities for local people in the area of North Southwark and Waterloo to achieve their social and economic potential by delivering community services that are inclusive, accessible to people who feel marginalised and are free or subsidised.


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Registered charity
No. 1120849
Bloom Trust International

Bloom Trust International aims to create awareness of the global water and malaria crisis and raise money to fund efficient and sustainable water,malaria and sanitation projects. The aim is to overcome poverty,and sickness,with access to safe drinking clean water and Beat Back Malaria.


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Registered charity
No. 1118372
Blue Sky Development & Regeneration

Blue Sky Development & Regeneration is a social enterprise set up to give paid work to people coming out of prison to enable them to move successfully into long-term employment. Its mission is to help break the cycle of re-offending and achieve long-term benefits for society.


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Registered charity
No. 1110344
The Boaz Trust

The Boaz Trust is a Christian charity supporting destitute asylum seekers in Greater Manchester. They provide accommodation, food, individual advocacy and support, alongside campaigning for justice in the asylum system.


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Registered charity
No. 900089
Body Positive Dorset

Body Positive Dorset is an organisation set up to offer advice, practical support and counselling to those people whose lives have been affected by HIV/AIDS. It also aims to raise awareness in the community, offer education and promote prevention.


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Registered charity
No. 313343
Booktrust

Booktrust helps to make a difference to people's lives by inspiring a lifelong love of reading in children, young people and adults.


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Registered charity
No. 25057R
Bradford Day Shelter

To provide a range of housing and support services in a manner that promotes self-esteem, respect and independence to people disadvantaged by housing circumstances or social needs.


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Registered charity
No. 801571
Brandon Trust

Brandon Trust works with and for people with learning disabilities. It aims to support and enable people with complex needs to live the lives they choose. Brandon maximise an individual?s independence through Supported Living, Education, Residential Services, Training, Work Learning and Leisure.


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Registered charity
No. 1021586 and SC038803
Brathay Trust

Brathay?s vision is of a society where children and young people realise their potential. Its purpose is to enable children and young people to make positive choices by taking personal responsibility for improving their well-being. Charity registered in England number 1021586 and registered in Scotland number SC038803


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Registered charity
No. 1011435
Brent Mind (Association For Mental Health)

As the leading independent mental health organisation in Brent, Brent Mind offer high quality services to local residents seeking mental health information and support.


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Registered charity
No. 1069878
Bridewell Organic Gardens

It helps people with mental health problems to deal with the consequences such as isolation and loss of self-confidence. They do this by providing the opportunity to engage in stimulating and often unusual activities in the beautiful setting of a walled garden.


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Registered charity
No. 1063163
The Bridge Trust

This Christian Trust runs re:charge, a community facility in Maidenhead supporting young parents (15-25) and young people (11-18). Trained staff and volunteers befriend, mentor and connect young people to other local organisations and agencies who can offer the help they need. Young parents and young people are offered opportunities to learn new skills, have fun and develop their potential. The Trust was a finalist in Charity of the Year in the Royal Borough Business Excellence Awards 2007.


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Registered charity
No. 1105892
Brighton Pride

Brighton Pride promotes equality and diversity, and advances education to eliminate discrimination against the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender community. It raises awareness by holding events including Winter Pride and Summer Pride. It makes grants and donations to a number of local causes and groups working within the LGBT community.


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Registered charity
No. 1122288
Bringing Hope

Bringing Hope is a Christian organisation seeking to positively impact and transform the lives of individuals, families and communities in a crisis by training churches and other agencies to effectively address social issues, directly supporting those in need and promoting joined up working to tackle all forms of deprivation


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Registered charity
No. 1092299
Bristol Crisis Service For Women

Bristol Crisis Service for Women supports women and girls who self-injure.

We provide confidential helpline, text and email support.

We have a range of leaflets and booklets about self-injury, and also provide training for professionals who work with people who self-injure.

Please see our website for more information: www.selfinjurysupport.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 1031687
British Deaf Association

The BDA is the largest Deaf organisation in the UK that is run by Deaf people. The BDA is campaigning for the legislation of BSL. The BDA also wants to see an end to discrimination against Sign Language users, both Deaf and hearing.


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Registered charity
No. XR14034
Broadacres

Broadacres assists a number of different needs groups. It is a housing Association with a large Care Services Division. Charity events are undertaken throughout the year to raise money for the projects we support.


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Registered charity
No. 1041653
Bromley By Bow Centre

The Bromley by Bow Centre works in Tower Hamlets helping some of the poorest communities in the UK. They work with young and old, families and people with disabilities. They help people to break out of poverty by supporting people to; look after their health and wellbeing, gain vital new skills, find employment and make positive changes in their lives.


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Registered charity
No. SC003706
The Broomhouse Centre

We are here to provide personal, social and community development opportunities for disadvantaged groups of people in and around Broomhouse. We have 8 core projects, dementia day care, elderly & youth befriending, young carers' support project, cafe training project, adult carers groups, special needs lunch club & young people's counselling service.


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Registered charity
No. 1120107
Bullying UK

Bullying UK which was formerly known as Bullying Online helps parents and pupils deal with school bullying by giving practical advice and support to families who are often in despair. There are 30 sections on the website and personal advice is given by email. The website is also used in schools as a teaching resource.


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Registered charity
No. 1115514
BYHP (Supporting Young People in Housing Need)

BYHP exists to support and assist Young People in finding and maintaining a safe home from which they may be assisted to determine their own opportunities in life.


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Registered charity
No. 265103
Cambridge House

‘Where people fight poverty, tackle injustice, and realise their potential together.’ Cambridge House is a multipurpose voluntary organisation working in Southwark,for the last 120 years, to alleviate the local effects of poverty and to support social change. Please see our website for further details.


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Registered charity
No. 265087
Cam-mind

Cam-mind offers a broad range of community projects and services to support mental health service users in Cambridgeshire. These services are designed to empower people to take the first steps back to an active life within their community. Our services include Supported Housing, Befriending, Community Groups, Outreach and Training.


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Registered charity
No. 1064113
Campaign For Learning

The Campaign for Learning is an independent charity working to stimulate a passion for learning which sustains people for life. Its work supports thousands of organisations including schools, prisons, workplaces, and children’s centres to offer learning opportunities that give individuals the confidence to change their lives for the better.


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Registered charity
No. 232402
The Camphill Family

The Camphill Family raises funds for the eleven communities of The Camphill Village Trust. Established over 50 years ago, the charity assists adults with special needs to create a rich and fulfilling home, social and working life in large and small intentional life-sharing communities in both rural and urban settings.


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Registered charity
No. 249768
CANONBURY COMMUNITY BAPTIST CHURCH

Complementing the traditional ministry of a church, the CCBC also manage a successful befriending project for older people & disabled adults, the DORCAS PROJECT, and a community centre called THE BRIDGE, which is home to the CANONBURY RECREATION CENTRE, a lunch club for the over 60's.


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Registered charity
No. 291662
Canterbury Oast Trust

Canterbury Oast Trust provides long term 24-hour care in family-style homes for adults with learning and physical disabilities in Kent and East Sussex. The Trust also runs a programme of personal development, skills training and work experience which brings residents into contact with the general public, helping to break down barriers and foster a greater understanding of disability.


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Registered charity
No. 1076401
CAP

CAP seeks to help relieve the want and poverty in the Wakefield District and beyond. Anyone in need can access the service which provides food, clothing housewares, furniture, as well as providing shower facilities, advice, counselling an signposting to other providers.


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Registered charity
No. 1091263
Capital Community Foundation

The Capital Community Foundation works with individuals and organisations to provide the best support for small charities and community groups throughout London. Since 1995 it has delivered nearly 25,000 in grants to over 3,500 projects tackling issues such as crime, health, homelessness, education and much more - all issues are tackled at a local level by local people.


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Registered charity
No. 1090836
Cardinal Hume Centre

The Cardinal Hume Centre's enduring purpose is to work with homeless young people, badly housed families, refugees, asylum seekers and migrants to break out of the cycle of homelessness and social exclusion through obtaining employment.


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Registered charity
No. 1125279
Care Foundation

We improve the quality of lives of young people and older people from the Black and Minority Ethnic communities who are facing social exclusion due to poverty, culture and language barrier. To alleviate hardship and distress caused by the break up of marriage. Poverty alleviation for street children of West Afica


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Registered charity
No. 291601
CARJ The Catholic Association for Racial Justice

It promotes racial justice and community cohesion, working with people from all backgrounds. CARJ is celebrating its 25th Anniversary in 2009, through the Changing Face of Britain campaign celebrating the achievments on diversity over the past 25 years and addressing the future challenges, both locally and nationally.


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Registered charity
No. 245698
Carr-Gomm

Carr-Gomm provides high quality housing, care, and support and for some of the most disadvantaged people in England. Whether vulnerable through mental ill-health, disability, substance misuse, or escaping violence in the home or as a refugee, Carr-Gomm enables individuals to create a valued future of their choice.


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Registered charity
No. 1061637
Castelnau Centre Project

Castelnau Centre Project is a charity with a mission to promote a vibrant, self-sustaining community in the Castelnau area. It manages the Castelnau Community Centre a programme of community development projects designed to meet the need of its local residents. The Borough of Richmond is extremely affluent put this small area is isolated and a pocket of deprivation.


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Registered charity
No. 295829
The Castlehaven Community Association

This small but high profile, vibrant community association continues to develop and respond to the needs of local residents. It offers a multitude of age and culturally appropriate activities to residents of a highly deprived area - these include events and activities for pensioners, young people, children under 5 and families.


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Registered charity
No. 1117251
Catalyst Urban Trust

Catalyst builds local response-ability through ordinary people doing extra-ordinary things in tough places...because love is a verb!


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Registered charity
No. 1064818
Cathedral Archer Project

The Cathedral Archer Project works with the homeless and vulnerable in Sheffield to help them move towards achieving lifestyles from which exclusion can be addressed.


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Registered charity
No. 1026822
CAYSH

We work with disadvantaged young people often, but not exclusively, in a housing context. We provide access to services for the excluded, support and advice for the vulnerable, and offer safe accommodation to those in housing crisis.


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Registered charity
No. 1043143
CCP

CCP exists to improve the lives of children, young people, families and vulnerable adults with multiple and complex needs. It promotes and supports healthy living, helps maintain a safe and stable home environment, encourages and supports learning and achievement, promotes respect and positive social behaviour and encourages personal economic sustainability.


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Registered charity
No. 1089983
CEFET

CEFET is a regional strategic body co-ordinating European Funding for the East Midlands Third Sector. It works particularly to combat social exclusion, promote equality and diversity, enable grassroots groups to build their own capacity and help excluded people to participate.


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Registered charity
No. 285382
Centre 33

It is a drop-in centre in St Albans providing support for the homeless or socially deprived. It offers its visitors food, showers, shelter and clothing. It is run and funded entirely by volunteers through gifts of money, food and clothing. In 2009 it served 7,500 meals to over 300 individuals.


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Registered charity
No. 1100325
Centre of Hope

A Christian organisation providing practical and spiritual support to the poor and needy community of Dorohio, in Northeast Romania, providing three course meals, food bags, and other forms of assistance and counselling. It also has a playground and play area and a children’s club. All to show God’s Love In Action.


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Registered charity
No. 292411
Centrepoint

Centrepoint is the national charity helping homeless young people. Whether they have run away from neglect or abuse to sleep rough, or been thrown out at 16 to fend for themselves, young people are vulnerable on the streets and need help. At Centrepoint we offer safe accommodation and a chance to turn things around with counselling, education and training for life.


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Registered charity
No. 1126141
Challenge 4 Change

C4C provides experiential education and training programmes designed for socially marginalised and disadvantaged people. The indoor training centre is unique and houses an aerial trekking course, high ropes elements, a climbing wall and low level obstacle course as well as training and meeting rooms.


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Registered charity
No. XT21920
Change Through Challenge

A charity that helps improve the mental wellbeing of our society.


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Registered charity
No. 1011222
Changing Faces

Changing Faces is about enabling everyone to face disfigurement with confidence. It provides emotional and practical support to children and adults who have a disfigurement. The charity also works with schools, the health service, employers and the media to foster acceptance and equal opportunities and promote informed portrayals of people who have disfigurements.


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Registered charity
No. 208785
Charterhouse-In-Southwark

Charterhouse-in-Southwark is a Settlement working with and alongside the people in North Southwark who exist on the lowest end of the economic and social scale. We work through providing a range of projects to meet the needs of children, young people, families and older people.


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Registered charity
No. 245421
Chelmsford Mencap

It helps people of all ages with a Learning Disability by providing various clubs, schemes, subsidised leisure activities and other services to members, parents and carers. Membership is open to anybody with an empathy in our cause and they receive news magazines, special offers and gifts throughout the year.


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Registered charity
No. 328385
Child Migrants Trust

It helps former UK child migrants to learn about their family background, meet members of thair family, clarify their citizenship and claim redress.


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Registered charity
No. 1066396
Children At Risk Foundation UK

CARF-UK raises funds for a community development organisation, ACER (www.acerbrasil.org.br), to transform the marginalised community of Eldorado, Diadema. At an Activity Centre it works through art, education, youth empowerment and economic development projects directly with hundreds of deprived and abused children, keeping them from the streets, and reaching thousands more through outreach work.


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Registered charity
No. 221124
The Children's Society

The Children's Society is a leading children's charity committed to making childhood better for all children in the UK. We intervene, prevent, rescue and provide ongoing support for children trapped in a vicious circle of fear and harm; a vicious circle driven by violence, neglect, poverty or discrimination, which destroys lives and wrecks community living. We never turn away.


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Registered charity
No. 1104398
CHILDRENSAID

It works towards improving the lives of underpriviledged and street children in Rio de Janeiro Brazil. It generates opportunities to develop children's self esteem, discipline and confidence, enabling them to fully participate in society.


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Registered charity
No. 297742
Chinese Community Centre

The Chinese Community Centre aims to improve the quality of life and well being of the Chinese community, particularly those who are disadvantaged. To achieve its aims the Centre offers a range of support services and advice to both the young and old within the community.


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Registered charity
No. 276677
Christian Family Care

Christian Family Care is a Bedfordshire-based Christian organisation that can trace its roots back over a century to the reforming social care movement of the 19th century. Today it provides a wide range of front-line services in partnership with the Statutory Agencies, to protect and support some of the most vulnerable people in the community.


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Registered charity
No. 1097217
Christians Against Poverty

Christians Against Poverty is a national charity working in partnership with local churches across uk. CAP provides top quality debt counselling and practical support to see people released from the pressures of debt and given a hope for the future.


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Registered charity
No. 1079986
Church Action on Poverty

Church Action on Poverty is a Christian social justice charity, committed to tackling poverty in the UK. CAP aims: to enable people in poverty to develop more sustainable livelihoods; to help give a voice to people experiencing poverty; and to mobilise churches to work with others to overcome poverty.


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Registered charity
No. 1117128
Church Street Project

creative counselling service


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Registered charity
No. 1043601
Circles Network

Circles Network provides direct support for disabled and disadvantaged individuals at risk of exclusion throughout the UK and Ireland. Their aim is to build inclusive communities where everyone, regardless of ability and background, can belong and contribute.


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Registered charity
No. 1087794
Citizens Online

Citizens Online is a national charity who believe participation in the digital world is a basic human right. Citizens Online promotes digital inclusion and the aim is for everybody to enjoy and share the benefit from digital technologies, so that our society may become more inclusive and just.


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Registered charity
No. 1125476
Cloud Nine

Helping local people who are in need in any practical way we can.


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Registered charity
No. SC028182
The Coach House Trust

The Coach House Trust provides occupational, educational, training and employment opportunities for those most disadvantaged in the labour market.


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Registered charity
No. 1064309
Colchester Mind

Colchester Mind is the leading mental health voluntary organisation for Colchester and the surrounding area. Founded in 1985, we are a registered charity affiliated to the national charity Mind. We work to improve the lives of people from all sectors of society experiencing mental health problems.


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Registered charity
No. SC026987
Columba 1400

Founded in Staffin on the Isle of Skye, Columba 1400 is a social enterprise devoted to leadership development. Its core purpose is to release the potential of young people who have weathered tough times.


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Registered charity
No. 1126788
Community Aid Network Britain (CANB)

CANB?s aim is to support the charities of Brasov through the provision of grants and volunteers. It supports a range of projects, which work with vulnerable and disadvantaged adults and children throughout Brasov County.


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Registered charity
No. 1126788
Community Aid Network Britain (CANB)

CANB?s aim is to support the charities of Brasov through the provision of grants and volunteers. It supports a range of projects, which work with vulnerable and disadvantaged adults and children throughout Brasov County.


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Registered charity
No. 1002722
Community foundation for Calderdale

The Community foundation for Calderdale connects people who care with local causes that matter. It does this by staging fundraising events, working with individuals and companies using their donations to make a positive difference in local communities through grant making.


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Registered charity
No. 1018517
Community Links

Based in the one of the poorest wards in the country, Community Links is an East London based charity founded in 1977 which runs local and national projects for children, teenagers, parents, older and disabled people.


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Registered charity
No. XR23013
Compass Advocacy Network Ltd

Compass is a network of projects for people with learning disabilities. It is a small local charity. Compass offers advocacy support, advice and guidance to people with learning disabilities to improve the quality of their lives. Projects include Can Can Recycling, Can Can Bazaar (social businesses) and Beyond(Youth project)


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Registered charity
No. 1078724
Compass Counselling (New Forest)

It provides affordable counselling to adults for depression, relationship problems etc.


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Registered charity
No. 1115529
Complete Coffee Foundation

Our Foundation has been set up to work together with other like minded Companies & Institutions who wish to support Coffee farmers and their families. Our focus tends to be on education and food security projects and where possible children will be the focus of our help.


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Registered charity
No. 1104895
The Concertina Charitable Trust

It grants funds to charities in England and Wales to provide music and access to the arts for the elderly. The annual Concertina Young Musicians Concert provides a platform for outstanding young musicians at a prestigious venue and gives free tickets to the elderly and their carers.


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Registered charity
No. 295990
Conflict And Change

Conflict & Change is a voluntary organisation building bridges of understanding within and between communities in Newham, East London, one of the most diverse areas of the United Kingdom. In 2010 we will celebrate 25 years of bringing Newham people together.

We do this through:

* A conflict resolution team using mediation to support neighbours, families and community groups experiencing conflict. * A community development programme building understanding and cooperation within and between communities in Newham. * A training programme in communication skills, facilitation and mediation. * An education programme for children, young people and the adults who work with them.


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Registered charity
No. 1046579
Consortium for Street Children

The Consortium for Street Children (CSC) is the leading international member-based network dedicated to advocating, promoting and campaigning for the rights of street-involved children. We are committed to creating a better and sustainable future for some of the most disadvantaged and stigmatised children by working together to inform and inspire research and action that influences policy and best practice worldwide.


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Registered charity
No. 1046579
Consortium for Street Children

The Consortium for Street Children (CSC) is the leading international member-based network dedicated to advocating, promoting and campaigning for the rights of street-involved children. We are committed to creating a better and sustainable future for some of the most disadvantaged and stigmatised children by working together to inform and inspire research and action that influences policy and best practice worldwide.


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Registered charity
No. 1094323
Construction Youth Trust

The Construction Youth Trust supports and enables young people to gain construction training and employment, helping them reach their true potential. A significant element of the Trust's work is concentrated in relatively disadvantaged areas and with young people for whom support makes a real difference to their future.


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Registered charity
No. 244681
Contact the Elderly

We are the only national charity solely dedicated to fighting loneliness and acute isolation in old age. We organise regular, monthly tea parties on a Sunday afternoon in the homes of our volunteers across the UK. These outings are a ray of light in the lives of older people living alone; giving them something to look forward to in the knowledge that someone cares and the opportunity to make new and lasting friendships with fellow guests and our volunteers.

Contact the Elderly is a registered charity in England and Wales (244681) and in Scotland (SC039377)


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Registered charity
No. 1064231
Cooltan Arts

CoolTan arts exist to inspire the well-being, creativity and participation of a diverse range of people with mental distress through the production of quality art.


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Registered charity
No. 1031602
CoreKids

CoreKids helps families to overcome the effects of substance misuse together - providing a range of family, parent and child focused interventions, in many sites across London and Hertfordshire.


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Registered charity
No. SC004780
Cornerstone

Every day across Scotland, Cornerstone is providing care and support in your community to enable children, young people and adults with disabilities and other support needs to enjoy a valued life.

With a team of experienced and motivated staff we provide a wide range of services to over 1000 people each year and are committed to improving the lives of the people we support.


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Registered charity
No. Church Registration
Cornerstone

We're building a meeting place, meeting needs, and meeting people. We are St John's Church in Beckenham, south-east London developing a modern centre for the community, providing care and support for a wide range of ages, with opportunities for all. We are setting a World Record for the most names in a Foundation Stone. If you would like to be part of our challenge please donate and tick the box to allow your name to be passed to St John's. More details can be found at www.sjep.org/cornerstone


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Registered charity
No. 1108761
Cornwall Blind Association

Cornwall Blind Association is a local independent charity providing services, support and advice to visually impaired people in Cornwall.


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Registered charity
No. 1099977
Cornwall Community Foundation

Cornwall Community Foundation is the charity committed to supporting local projects in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly that engage local people in making their communities better places to live.


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Registered charity
No. XN48052
Corrymeela

Every year Corrymeela helps over 7000 participants have an experience they will never forget. Corrymeela really is a remarkable charity where people are free to relax and enjoy a safe, neutral space and get to know someone from a different community in Northern Ireland resulting in learning to trust and co-operate together.


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Registered charity
No. 203429
Counsel And Care

Counsel and Care is a national charity with a mission to get the best care and support for older people, their families and carers across the UK. We provide in-depth, personalized advice and information about care and support for older people over the telephone and through our website and guides. We influence government policy based on the concerns and experiences reported to our advice service.


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Registered charity
No. 1090102
Coventry City Mission

Coventry City Mission is committed to proclamation of the Christian Gospel and the relief of poverty throughout Coventry & Warwickshire. We serve the whole community by responding to identified needs, whether they be spiritual, physical, emotional or practical, regardless of age, status or background.


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Registered charity
No. 1061582
Cranstoun Drug Services

It is a non-profit, independent, charity and leading provider of specialist services to those affected by drug and alcohol use. Its range of services has an acknowledged reputation for delivering treatment, rehabilitation and support of high quality, with the aim of reducing the impact and harm caused by drug and alcohol use to individuals and communities.


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Registered charity
No. 1106941
Credit Action

Credit Action is a national money education charity committed to helping people manage their money better and avoid the pain of over-indebtedness.


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Registered charity
No. 1108687
Crimestoppers

Crimestoppers is the independent crime-fighting charity. We help to arrest 17 criminals every day and one murderer every 5 days. Our charity runs the anonymous telephone number, 0800 555 111, that people can call to pass on information about crimes. We also have an anonymous online ?Giving Information? form that people can fill out to pass on information. Some people fear the consequences of going to the police when they know about a crime. Crimestoppers is there for them. Because the telephone number is anonymous, callers are not asked for any personal information and calls cannot be traced. 0800 555 111 has been helping to find criminals and solve crimes for 21 years. We?ve received more than 1 million telephone calls with useful information about crimes. It?s a system that works for everyone ? except criminals. With your support, we can continue fighting crime to make our society a safer place to live.


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Registered charity
No. 298528
Crisis Centre Ministries

It is one of the ways in which the churches in Bristol work together to help homeless people, people who used to be homeless, and anyone with life-disrupting problems


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Registered charity
No. 1054595
Crossroads Care Brentwood Basildon & Districts

Crossroads Care is a national network of local charities providing support for carers and people they care for. Nationally Crossroads Care helps over 35,000 individuals and their families, helping carers to make a life of their own outside caring.

Locally we provide a range of services for adults and children of all ages, disabilities or health conditions. In addition to care in the home, we offer a Day Care club for older people with care needs, a Young Carers Club for carers aged 8-18 and an After School Club for children with disabilities.

The area we cover includes Brentwood and Basildon and their surrounding districts. Refer to our website www.brentwoodcrossroads.org.uk for more information.


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Registered charity
No. 291222
CSV

CSV builds safer and stronger communities for everyone through volunteering. Each year 230,000 volunteers transform spaces, places and lives for the better, by: Mentoring children in care Bringing independence to disabled people Protecting children at risk of abuse Befriending lonely elders Transforming the environment and much more!


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Registered charity
No. 1075120
Cumbria Community Foundation

We at the Cumbria Community Foundation help to strengthen communities by using your money to make grants that support charities and volunteers, helping people in need in Cumbria.


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Registered charity
No. 279756
The Dartington Hall Trust

Dartington is a pioneerng charity, nurturing ideas to address pressing problems, working for the advancement of the arts, social justice and sustainability. Dartington is a place where people come to think independently, seek new and exciting solutions and try out new ideas.


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Registered charity
No. 278720
Dawliffe Hall Educational Foundation

It provides all round personal development through educational activities and projects to women and children in the United Kingdom


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Registered charity
No. SC036896
DAY1

DAY1 is a Scottish based charity providing 15 year olds from tough social backgrounds with a year long one-to-one mentoring service. Each young person discovers a positive direction in their lives and sets themselves up to move into sustainable employment or further training leading to the same.


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Registered charity
No. SC003493
Deaf Connections

It is the oldest charity for adult Deaf people in the world. It provides a range of specialist services aimed at improving the quality of Deaf and Hard of Hearing people who live in Glasgow and the West of Scotland.


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Registered charity
No. 1097185
DENS - Action Against Homelessness

DENS is a Hemel Hempstead based Homelessness Charity that helps hundreds of people get their lives back on track each year. Accommodation is provided at the Night Shelter and Move-On whilst at the Day Centre clients can enjoy a hot meal and get life-changing advice on benefits, housing & employment.


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Registered charity
No. 1107385
Depaul International

Depaul International works with homeless and disadvantaged people across Europe and the USA. It provides outreach and day centre services for vulnerable street children in Ukraine, accommodation and medical services for the elderly in Slovakia, as well as having over 50 projects in the UK, Ireland, and USA.


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Registered charity
No. 802384
Depaul UK

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.

Depaul UK is the new name for Depaul Trust. We prevent young people from becoming 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.


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Registered charity
No. 1127446
Developing Counselling In Schools And The Community

PRESERVE & PROTECT THE GOOD MENTAL & PHYSICAL HEALTH OF PEOPLE IN HERTFORDSHIRE BY PROVISION OF COUNSELLING, ASSOCIATED THERAPEUTIC SERVICES & LIFE SKILLS COACHING TO PERSONS WHO MAY BE SOCIALLY EXCLUDED BY REASON OF ONE OR MORE VARIOUS FACTORS


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Registered charity
No. SCO38217
Development Coll

Development Coll has been formed to benefit the residents of the Isle of Coll, a small, remote island off the West Coast of Scotland. Currently, Development Coll's projects include: the building of a multipurpose community centre, investigation into possible affordable housing; renovation of the existing village play park; promotion of the activities of the Senior Social Club.


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Registered charity
No. 1103190
DGSM yourChoice

DGSM yourChoice is an affiliation of Royal Mencap Society. The charity works with people with learning disabilities, their families and carers in the North Kent and Medway areas. Support is provided through housing, independent living, day services, employment and training, advice and information, leisure, sport, evening clubs and much more! The charity aims to develop self fulfillment and independence for every individual with a learning disability enabling them to lead a life in the community like any other person.


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Registered charity
No. 523912
Dinnington Resource Centre

Dinnington Resource Centre is THE community centre of Dinnington. It provides many valuable services to the community as well as allowing lots of different groups, clubs and societys to meet and fulfill their aims.


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Registered charity
No. 1087399
Disability Advice Service Lambeth

DASL is a user-led organisation which works to enable disabled people in Lambeth to live more independently. It provides hundreds of people a year with vital legal advice, help with managing their own care, information about living with disability and support to become involved in their communities.


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Registered charity
No. 280805
Disability Law Service

The Disability Law Service is a national registered charity that provides confidential and free legal advice for disabled adults, their families and carers. DLS also provides disabled people with a casework service. DLS challenges the inequality and poverty of disabled people by securing for them free and equal access to their legal rights and entitlements.


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Registered charity
No. SC034791
Disabled Persons Housing Service Aberdeen

The DPHS Aberdeen is a much in demand local organisation offering housing advice, information and advocacy to meet the very special housing needs of disabled people and their families in Aberdeen whose needs are not being met by any other statutory organisation.


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Registered charity
No. 1107002
DOET

Provide educational support, Special training seminars and workshops aimed at providing deaf people with social skills to build their self confidence, engage in team work and experience a sense of belonging in their communities


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Registered charity
No. 1080609
Dress for Success London

We promote the economic independence of disadvantaged women by providing professional attire, a network of support and the career development tools to thrive in work and in life.


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Registered charity
No. 1054061
Ealing Mencap

Ealing Mencap provides a wide range of services to people with learning disabilities in west London, as well as currently redeveloping a dilapidated community centre into a state-of-the-art resource centre for many more people and activities, including people with the most profound learning disabilities and wheelchair users who require changing accommodation.


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Registered charity
No. XN68566
East Belfast Mission

EBM is connected with the Methodist Church in Ireland and working in an inner city community in Belfast. EBM works with local people to bring about peace in an area of interface violence. It offers support to children, young people, people who are homeless and/or unemployed, older people and families; and is active in regeneration through the Skainos Project.


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Registered charity
No. 1082340
East Lancashire Deaf Society

East Lancashire Deaf Society (ELDS) is a leading Deaf charity in Lancashire. ELDS supports and works with the local Deaf community. ELDS provides a wide range of services:- Family, Community, Youth, Volunteering, Employment, BME and Interpreting service.


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Registered charity
No. 1053142
East Potential

East Potential empowers people across East London & Essex to create a brighter future for themselves & make a positive contribution in their communities. It does this through fantastic projects & services in employment, training, community, arts, culture, health, children, families and young people


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Registered charity
No. 275048
Eaves

Eaves' ethos is to put women first. It provides services to support and promote the interests of vulnerable, excluded and exploited women and children. These include women trafficked into prostitution in the UK, homeless women with additional support needs, women and children fleeing domestic violence. The charity also conducts essential research on all issues of violence against women.


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Registered charity
No. 207812
Elizabeth Finn Care

Elizabeth Finn Care is a grant-giving charity that supports people struggling to cope with sudden or unexpected changes in their circumstances. We provide a financial and emotional safety net for people from over 120 different occupations.

We help by providing both one-off and ongoing financial help, tailored to individual circumstances, as well as emotional support through our experienced caseworkers and national volunteer network.


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Registered charity
No. 1064470
Emmaus

Emmaus tackles the problems of homelessness through a network of self-supporting Communities, where people are offered a home, work and a sense of belonging. Emmaus residents (or "Companions" as they are known), each have a room of their own and work together, refurbishing and selling donated goods. Each Emmaus Community aims to become self-sufficient through raising income in this way. In an atmosphere of practical support, Companions have an opportunity to gain new skills and regain their self-respect while working to support other people in greater need. Emmaus UK is the national charity which supports existing Communities and assists the network of Groups which are working to develop new projects.

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Registered charity
No. 276422
Enable Ability

Enable Ability is an independent charity for the care, welfare and advancement of disabled people living in Portsmouth and surrounding area. It works in partnership with disabled children and adults, their families and carers, to provide a range of quality, professional and confidential services.


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Registered charity
No. 211235
Enham

Enham has a proud past and an even brighter future. Enham strives to support disabled people in making real choices in life through the provision of services that will extend access and opportunity for learning, living and worthwhile employment. It gives support wherever needed to enable life to be lived to the full.


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Registered charity
No. 1087438
Enthusiasm Trust

Enthusiasm aim to see young people fulfil their true potential by diverting them from crime; Raising aspirations; Building self esteem and Equipping for excellence, by providing relevant activities for young people, including youth clubs, targeted workshops and an intensive mentoring programme.


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Registered charity
No. SC037852
Equality Network

Welcome to the Equality Network JustGiving page. Thank you for donating to help our work.

The Equality Network works for equality and human rights for lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) people in Scotland. We create ways for people to contribute to making Scotland a place in which everyone, regardless of sexual orientation or gender identity, can live free from hatred, prejudice, and discrimination.

We value donations from all our supporters.

www.equality-network.org


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Registered charity
No. 1086004
Escape Artists

Escape Artists promotes mental wellbeing through the arts. The charity work across sectors and art forms with homeless people, mental health service users, young people at risk, prisoners and other disadvantaged groups: providing structured routes into further education, training and employment.


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Registered charity
No. 1116203
extratime

extratime provides inclusive after school clubs and holiday playschemes for children with and without disabilities in Brighton. Teams of fully trained, experienced staff support all the children, including those with very complex needs, to play together, enjoying the same activities and learning about each other in a positive, fun environment.


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Registered charity
No. 1126073
Fair Mobility

It helps anyone who has difficulty walking because of illness, disability, accident or age. It does this by hiring out mobility scooters and wheelchairs at outdoor events and festivals, and also for use at home when it's not practical for people to buy their own.


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Registered charity
No. 206807
Fairbridge

A leading youth charity supporting 13-25 year olds in inner cities, Fairbridge's long-term personal development programme uses a wide range of activities to enable marginalised young people to develop motivation, confidence and personal and social skills. For many, involvement with Fairbridge is the first step to reconnection with mainstream opportunities.


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Registered charity
No. 264713
Family Action

Family Action has been a leading provider of services to disadvantaged and socially isolated families for 140 years. We work with over 45,000 families a year by providing practical, emotional and financial support through over 100 services based in communities across England. A further 150,000 people benefit from our educational grants and information service.


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Registered charity
No. 512992
Father Hudson's Society

Father Hudson's Society is the social welfare agency of the Catholic Archdiocese of Birmingham. It reaches out to those in need through Adoption, Fostering agencies and Origins services, residential care for older people and those with dementia, residentialand day care for people with disabilities and innovotive community based work.


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Registered charity
No. SC033690
First Base Agency

First Base is a drug, alcohol and gambling information centre. Our services include support projects for Veterans, families and women at risk of violence as a result of addiction problems. We deliver presentations, training, issue food parcels and give ?signposting? advice to visitors to the Agency.


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Registered charity
No. 1003014
The Food Chain

The Food Chain provides home delivered meals, groceries and other nutrition services to men, women and children chronically sick with HIV related illness. They aim to ensure that no one living with the virus has their ability to get well and stay well adversely affected by lack of access to appropriate food.


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Registered charity
No. 1075678
Football Unites, Racism Divides

Football Unites, Racism Divides believes that football, as the world?s most popular game, can help bring people together ? people from different backgrounds, to play, watch and enjoy the game, and to break down barriers created by ignorance or prejudice.


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Registered charity
No. 1017504
Forever Manchester

Forever Manchester is a new movement that captures the spirit of those that have an affinity with Manchester. It's a collective that understands the fabric of Greater Manchester and wants to be a part of securing its future, forever. It's a fund that will make communities safer and ultimately nicer places to live by supporting grassroots community projects in the region.

Forever Manchester promises to secure a brighter future for generations to come


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Registered charity
No. 1123384
The Foundation for Social Improvement

Everyday small charitable organisations support individuals, families and communities and positively touch the lives of millions. On a daily basis thousands of these organisations struggle to remain open. The FSI delivers expert knowledge, strategy and support to them free of charge so their futures are secure and their users protected.


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Registered charity
No. SC017242
Four Square (Scotland)

Four Square is a Scottish Charity, aiming to prevent homelessness and promote social inclusion for severely disadvantaged people, including abused teenagers, rough sleepers, drug addicts, alcoholics, ex prisoners and mentally ill individuals. It offers 24 hours access emergency accommodation, day centre, supported tenancies, employment training, prison outreach, furniture and clothing.


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Registered charity
No. 1040482
The Foyer Federation

All young people need a home, support and a springboard into independent living, learning and work - some don't get it. Foyers fill the gap. With 120 Foyers across the UK, the movement provides accommodation for over 5,000 homeless young people each year, integrated with education, training and employment opportunities.


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Registered charity
No. 1104094
FPWP/Hibiscus

The Female Prisoners Welfare Project (FPWP) / Hibiscus provides support for females of all ethnic origins and nationalities within the UK criminal justice system. The charity provides a practical, impartial and supportive service to women who have often suffered stigma, discrimination and abuse.


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Registered charity
No. 1060941
Framework

TACKLING HOMELESSNESS in Nottinghamshire is what Framework does ? either by preventing homelessness or helping people who are homeless. Framework are a leading homelessness charity - opening doors to homeless and vulnerable people by providing housing, support, day centres, street outreach, training and resettlement services.


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Registered charity
No. 1118472
Frank Haines Memorial Trust

The Trust will support youth work in Tower Hamlets. Youth work provides a critical means of support, education and opportunity for young people. The Trustees will support one or more charities working with young people in East London, and make a donation to them with specific goals in mind. This will ensure that some good will come out of Frank’s tragic death.


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Registered charity
No. 1086562
Fredericks Foundation

We assist individuals to become self-employed by offering low interest repayable loans of up to 5,000, on going business guidance and support, which can include advice from a volunteer mentor and where appropriate small grants to test a business idea.


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Registered charity
No. 1091627
The Fresh Visions People Ltd

Fresh Visions aims to help and empower vulnerbale groups and individuals across SE England to help them realise and maximise their potential.


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Registered charity
No. 1085071
Friends Of Asha (GB)

Friends of Asha (GB) raises money and awareness for the work of Asha Community Health & Development Society. Asha works in 46 slum colonies in Delhi, India. It improves health and provides support and education for over 300,000 slum dwellers, enabling them to make positive changes to their lives.


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Registered charity
No. 1135828
The Friendship Circle

The Friendship Circles aims to help Jewish children and adults with special needs make friends and integrate into the community, through organised social events and activities. We also aim to increase the motivation of young people in the community to volunteer.


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Registered charity
No. 1107977
From Boyhood to Manhood Foundation

We work with young people, who are/at the risk of getting involved in crime


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Registered charity
No. 1119501
Future Skills Training

Future Skills Training provides training and support to disadvantaged young people in South London through a variety of basic educational, personal and social skills training that will enable them to grow into skilled, well developed, exciting, fully integrated members of society. This is underpinned by a one-to-one mentoring programme.


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Registered charity
No. 1086147
Futureway Trust

We continue to lead marriage Week UK and in other European nations. The project was featured in over 100 regional newspapers and several national newspapers and magazines. This year, for the first time the charity worked inside several local prisons accessing some of the most disadvantaged in society.


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Registered charity
No. 1119786
Gardening Leave Limited

It helps provide relief by means of therapeutic services to men and women (serving or formerly serving in H M Armed Forces)who are suffering mental health problems.


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Registered charity
No. 1002741
The Gatehouse

A cafe for homeless and other vulnerable people in the centre of Oxford. Open six days a week in the early evening. Activities and clothes as well as simple, nutritious food. In other words, a community centre for those who have no community.


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Registered charity
No. 1045828
Genesis Trust

The Genesis Trust is a Bath based Christian charity that runs a range of services for the homeless and those on low incomes. These projects help clients move towards greater independence, improved quality of life and integration into the local community. It provides free/cheap food and furniture and sustained support.


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Registered charity
No. 230750
Gingerbread

Gingerbread: The national charity working with single parent families.


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Registered charity
No. SC001499
Glasgow City Mission

Glasgow City Mission is a Scottish Christian charity. Since 1826, it has been showing compassion to vulnerable people and fighting against poverty and disadvantage. They believe everyone that needs their help has real value and they want to support them on a journey of life transformation.


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Registered charity
No. 1090289
Gloucestershire Young Carers

GYC works with Young Carers and their families. It aims to raise awareness and to develop support networks for children and young people who have a caring responsibility. The person cared for may have a physical or learning disability, long term illness or a problem with mental health, drugs or alcohol.


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Registered charity
No. XR28291
Going for Goal - Official IFA Charity Partners

Going For Goal are The Irish Fopotbal Associations Official Charity Partners. The IFA's charity partners are Mencap, Positive Futures and The Prince's Trust. The Prince's Trust helps young people who most need help to overcome barriers and get their lives working. Positive Futures and Mencap both support people with a learning disability and their families.


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Registered charity
No. 295314
Guildford YMCA

Guildford YMCA aims to serve the local community, in particular young people, by providing a caring environment, building relationships and encouraging the development and personal growth of the individual. Projects include counselling, working with young people who have been excluded from school, social enterprise schemes, and providing housing.


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Registered charity
No. 1096829
HACT - The housing action charity

We work with housing providers, so we can improve the wellbeing and living conditions of poor and marginalised people. Our projects deliver lasting change, by harnessing the energy and enthusiasm of local people, housing providers and other organisations. We provide the expertise, know-how and the resources to make change a reality.

Visit our website for more information: www.hact.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 1111346
Halton Housing Trust

Not for profit Housing Association providing social housing in Halton


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Registered charity
No. 1065669
Hampshire Deaf Association

HDA believes in working together with deaf, hard of hearing and hearing people to create a world of equal access and opportunities. It maintains a range of services that meet the needs of the deaf community by providing information and opportunities to break down the barriers faced by people with a hearing loss so they can realise their full potential.


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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. 1011337
Harrogate Homeless Project Ltd

The Harrogate Homeless Project is the only direct access hostel in Harrogate and the District, providing emergency accommodation and support for those who are homeless. Only 65% of our running costs are met through statutory funding and other grants, so we constantly need to raise money in order to continue.


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Registered charity
No. 1054757
The Harrow Club

It is a large community centre


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Registered charity
No. 1097870
Headway Devon

Headway Devon provides expert care, support, and rehabilitation to local children and adults with acquired brain injuries - as well as advice to their family and carers.


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Registered charity
No. XR69561
Healing Through Remembering

Healing Through Remembering is an extensive cross-community project made up of a range of individual members holding differing political, social and religious perspectives who have come together to focus on how best to deal with the past relating to the conflict in and about Northern Ireland.


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Registered charity
No. 1074025
Helena Kennedy Foundation

Offering financial and personal support to disadvantaged people to enable them to access higher education.


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Registered charity
No. 299438
Hertfordshire Community Foundation

Hertfordshire Community Foundation manages funds for individuals and organisations wanting to support charities in the County. The money from these funds, in addition to the Foundation's general fundraising activities, enables it to make grants to local charities and voluntary groups, helping them to manage projects benefiting the communities they serve.


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Registered charity
No. 294555
Hestia Housing and Support

Hestia aims to empower vulnerable people, so that they can make positive changes in their lives. We support over 2,500 adults and children each year, including women and children surviving domestic violence, adults living with long-term physical or mental health problems, and young men at risk of offending


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Registered charity
No. 1054644
Home-Start Guildford

Home-Start Guildford helps parents build better lives for their children. Trained volunteers provide practical and emotional support to parents with at least one child under 5, who are struggling and who may be suffering from post-natal depression, illness, disability, bereavement, isolation, multiple births... or just not coping.

With your help, we can give parents the strength they need to do what has to be one of the toughest, but most rewarding jobs anyone can do. We can help them to be the mums and dads their children need them to be.

Parents supporting other parents: a simple idea that really works!


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Registered charity
No. 1076991
Home-Start International

Home-Start International is a grass roots organisation, working worldwide to support families with young children. Working in rich and poor communities with networks of trained parent volunteers Home-Start reaches out to families in need to provide friendship and practical help. Parents helping parents ? a simple idea that really works.


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Registered charity
No. 1124180
HOPE

HOPE is a UK charity that champions and supports adults who have a combination of autism and learning disabilities. HOPE helps shape and create a future where these adults can make a positive contribution to the workforce and to their community.


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Registered charity
No. 1110314
Hope City Enterprise

Hope City Enterprise is the charity initiative of The Megacentre. It exists to equip, inspire and launch people into greatness. Projects include: City Hearts, a residential facility for young women with life controlling issues; Buzz Schools, a programme working in schools across Sheffield, Liverpool and Leeds and Hope Families, an initiative working with parents and families across Leeds. You can donate to each individual charity through each projects General Appeals pages or by a direct donation to Hope City Enterprise.


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Registered charity
No. 294666
Housing Justice

Housing Justice supports practical housing projects and provides advice and training for churches and other voluntary and community groups who work with homeless people. It also undertakes campaigning work as the national voice of the churches on housing and homelessness.


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Registered charity
No. 202573
The Huntingdonshire Society For The Blind

An independent charity founded in 1927 which supports over 500 visually impaired members living in the old county of Huntingdonshire. It funds two outreach workers who visit members in their homes as well as organising outings.


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Registered charity
No. 1082685
HVP UK

HVP UK is a registered charity supporting the work of the Hindu Vidyapeeth (HVP) movement in the Himalayan nation of Nepal. Through its schools and associated projects, the HVP movement aims to provide holistic education to children in Nepal and spread the ideals of peace, tolerance and international fellowship.


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Registered charity
No. 1101519
Ipswich Town Community Trust

The Trust provides opportunities to motivate and engage learners, of all ages and abilities ? using the theme of sport to raise achievement and inspire learners. The Trust aims to be wholly inclusive and encourages a healthy and active lifestyle for all.


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Registered charity
No. 1053278
The Irish Support and Advice Service

ISAS assists anyone of Irish birth or descent through our projects in West/South London by organising weekly Pensioners Groups, advice on welfare, legal and health matters. ISAS raised over £1.2 million in extra income for clients, supporting 1500 people during 2008. You can help celebrating 40 years by volunteering or making a donation.


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Registered charity
No. 1042435
Islington Chinese Association

It helps promote healthy relations between different communities, those in need in the Chinese community, and it provides a place for youths and the elderly to form a community.


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Registered charity
No. 1094536
The Jamie Oliver Foundation

One of the activities of the Jamie Oliver Foundation offers young marginalised people, often in need of an opportunity, a chance to transform their lives through the experience of learning to work in the restaurant industry. At the beginning of their training at the Fifteen Restaurant, all of our Apprentices are unemployed and not in education; most have experienced personal and social difficulties, housing problems and substance abuse. Through our unique tailored Apprentice and personal development programme, we support them to overcome these issues. They graduate as qualified chefs with hands on experience allowing them to be employed in some of the country's best restaurants. Through our unique tailored Apprentice and personal development programme, we support them to overcome these issues. They graduate as qualified chefs with hands on experience allowing them to be employed in some of the country's best restaurants.


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Registered charity
No. 1129544
Jamie's Farm

Jamie?s Farm supports the development of vulnerable young people by providing opportunities for achievement, wellbeing and sustainable change in an agricultural setting. This is achieved through a unique combination of a family atmosphere and strong therapeutic element, in a farming environment.


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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. 1105845
Jewish Deaf Association

The JDA’s vision is of a world where there are no barriers to communication and understanding between D/deaf and hearing people; a world with respect, inclusion and equality. The JDA is an independent, national charity which provides innovative, high quality, professional services to Jewish D/deaf and hard of hearing people.


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Registered charity
No. 1127436
JIMF

The Jerusalem Interest-free Microfinance Fund is run jointly by Jews and Muslims in London and Jerusalem to alleviate poverty in Jerusalem through training and provision of micro-finance (loans etc.) for people from both communities wishing to start or expand small businesses who lack access to bank funding. The fund is compliant with both Islamic and Jewish law.


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Registered charity
No. 1058737
Jimmy's Night Shelter

Jimmy's is a Cambridge-based charity that provides emergency accommodation for 31 homeless men and women. Jimmy?s is open every night, welcoming guests to a place of warmth and safety. Jimmy's aims to provide a homely environment where there is the opportunity for both community and restoration.


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Registered charity
No. 1129085
Jump Space

It provides Trampolining, Rebound Therapy and active play for children and young people with a disability, in a safe and challenging environment


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Registered charity
No. 1099401
JusB

JusB has a vision of providing a brighter future for young people in Bromley. By accompanying youngsters through thick and thin on their journey to independence, JusB helps them to: develop their identity/self-esteem; avoid involvement in crime/anti-social behaviour; discover new skills/talents; and live in harmony within their local community.


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Registered charity
No. 1121638
Just for Kids Law

Just for Kids Law is an organisation providing support, advice and representation to young people who find themselves in difficulty.


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Registered charity
No. 1103847
Kalayaan

It provides advice, information and suppot to Migrant Domestic Workers in the UK, whilst also campaigning with the workers to protect their rights. Migrant domestic workers are typically housekeepers and nannies who can be vulnerable to forced labour and exploitation due to their multiple dependencies on their employers.


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Registered charity
No. 1132759
The Karen Trust

The charities aim is to releive the sickness of terminally ill people who would not otherwise have a holiday and whose circumstances show that they are in need due to their social and economic circumstances.


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Registered charity
No. 1097354
Kernos Centre

The kernos centre provides counselling to people who have psychological and mental health problems who cannot receive help through statutory services and do not have the means to pay for private treatment. We enable vulnerable members of the community to work with their problems so that they can participate fully in society.


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Registered charity
No. 275561
Keynsham And District Mencap Society

We are a community based self funding charity affiliated to National Mencap. We support in the region of 150 adults and children with learning and or physical disabilities to access regular social, leisure, sporting and respite opportunities.


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Registered charity
No. 1120562
Khulisa

Khulisa programmes seek to reach the hearts and minds of individuals caught up in a cycle of crime and violence. It offers unconventional approaches that apply non-violent communication and survival strategies to social problems effecting radical change among the individuals, and entire communities


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Registered charity
No. 1092796
Kickstart Community Programmes Ltd

Since 1995, Kickstart has worked with over 12,000 people and their families who have been affected by substance misuse. Clients attend a 12 week programme (Mon-Fri, 10am – 4pm), which includes group work, training and 1-2-1 sessions. To date, 91% clients who complete the Kickstart programme remain clean from substances for life.


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Registered charity
No. 1084977
Kidz Klub Leeds

Kidz Klub Leeds works with children and families in inner city Leeds, areas which face some of the highest levels of deprivation in the UK. Kidz Klub empowers children from these areas to be everything they can be, provides a helping hand to their families and brings communities closer together.


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Registered charity
No. 1123724
Kivuli Trust

Kivuli Trust (?kivuli? meaning shelter in Kiswahili) builds hostels and classrooms on the premises of existing schools in East Africa specifically for children with physical and mental disabilities. Our projects allow for small class sizes where these children will be given the attention that they deserve. The hostels negate the need for long daily journeys to and from the schools and provides the children with a more stable learning environment. Most importantly our projects allow for integration with other school children which provides invaluable disability awareness and understanding at a young age that can then filter back into the wider community.

For more information, please go to www.kivulitrust.org


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Registered charity
No. 1124376
Klevis Kola Foundation

KKF is a community organisation which helps refugee and asylum-seeking families rebuild their lives at the centre of the community. The foundation helps refugees overcome the challenges faced when arriving in the UK through various projects such as clubs, trips, mentoring, summer school and advocacy


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Registered charity
No. 1105759
Koestler Trust

The Koestler Trust is the UKs best known prison arts charity. We award, exhibit and sell artworks by offenders, detainees and high security patients, in over 50 different artforms. Since our foundation in 1962 the Koestler Awards have become a prestigious fixture across the British criminal justice system, and our annual national exhibition has proved a unique opportunity to showcase the positive potential of offenders. Our two core aims are: * to help offenders lead more positive lives by motivating them to participate in the arts; and * to demonstrate the power of arts activity in the criminal justice system.


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Registered charity
No. 700038
Ladybarn Community Association

Ladybarn Community Association is a local charity offering a variety of services to children, young people, families and older people. Services include: Playgroup, parenting classes, youth projects, residentials, outreach sessions, luncheon and social clubs, promotion of independent living and crime reduction and healthy living initiatives.


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Registered charity
No. 1076204
Lambeth Law Centre

Lambeth Law Centre provides free and independent specialist legal advice and assistance to the community and promotes access to legal advice and equality of opportunity. The main areas of our work are housing, immigration, welfare rights, debt and employment discrimination


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Registered charity
No. 264166, Scotland SC038493
L'Arche

L'Arche builds communities with people who have learning disabilities. Together with assistants, they live in ordinary houses, with choice in and access to work, therapy and local resources. The nine L'Arche communities in England, Scotland and Wales are founded on Christian values, also welcoming people of other faiths and none.


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Registered charity
No. 1113929
Latitude Care Network (LCN)

It support older/elderly people, people affected with disabilities or ill-health problems, poor single parents families, children and young people, the unemployed, refugees and asylum seekers and people affected by wars, poverty, natural disasters and many other calamities.


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Registered charity
No. 1030476
Law For All

Law For All provides high quality and cost effective social welfare law services to clients of limited means. It tries to do this in a way which is sustainable. Its ultimate goal is to increasing social justice for all people who suffer from social and economic disadvantage.


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Registered charity
No. 1091809
Leeds Mencap

Leeds Mencap works to improve the lives and opportunities of children and adults with a learning disability and their families and carers. Although affiliated with Royal Mencap we receive no funding from them, so we rely entirely on donations, grants, sponsorship and the generosity of the local community.


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Registered charity
No. 1078271
Leicester Charity Link

We help over 5,000 vulnerable children, young people, families, the elderly, those living with an illness or disability... in fact anyone who is experiencing poverty, hardship and crisis in Leicester, Leicestershire and Rutland.

Help us to make a positive impact on our community and change lives for the better today!


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Registered charity
No. 217976
Leicester Children's Holiday Centre (Mablethorpe)

This wonderful charity gives seaside holidays to disadvantaged Leicester & Leicestershire Children. Over the Summer Months 60 children weekly, aged 7 to 11 enjoy a seaside holiday. I am sure you know how important it is for a child to have something to look forward to


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Registered charity
No. XT19426
Levenshulme Inspire URC

Levenshulme Inspire is a dynamic partnership committed to transforming our area through community activity, creativity, enterprise and fun. Our work together radiates from the Inspire Centre, a new community hub at the heart of Levenshulme which will be open to everybody from September 2010.


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Registered charity
No. 504913
Linkage Community Trust Ltd

Linkage Community Trust is the leading Lincolnshire Charity which helps people with learning difficulties to realise their full potential. Help us to build and support existing and new projects, and thus create real opportunities, enable real choices and open the doors to a full adult life.


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Registered charity
No. 283758
Lions Club of Windsor

The Lions Club of Windsor has raised around 2m through large and small events and corporate sponsorship. Not bad for a local charity club, however none of this would have been possible without its supporters and members - ordinary people doing extraordinary things! The club is part of the Lions Clubs International, the largest community service organisation in the world. It raises funds and provides services for those less fortunate locally, nationally and internationally.


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Registered charity
No. 701772
Llamau

Llamau provides specialist support services including family mediation, training and supported accommodation to over 830 homeless young people and women in South Wales each year. Llamau helps them regain control of their lives and develop skills to live independently within their community, supporting them to reach their true potential.


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Registered charity
No. 1088174
London Citizens

London Citizens is a diverse alliance of 150 member institutions ? churches, mosques, schools and other voluntary agencies. We use democratic delegates? assemblies to prioritise issues for action for the common good.


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Registered charity
No. 221172
The London Irish Centre

The largest Irish welfare organisation outside Ireland, caring for thousands of the most vulnerable in our community. Please help us to help them.


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Registered charity
No. 1101906
London Legal Support Trust

The London Legal Support Trust supports the work of social welfare legal centres in London and the Home Counties. Funds raised are targeted to assist requests for help from the centres. This financial aid helps the legal centres overcome funding crises, develop new services, support appeals and improve their premises.


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Registered charity
No. 303324
London Youth

LondonYouth is a vibrant network of more than 400 youth clubs serving 75,000 young people a year. We work in communities right across the capital - and at our two outstanding education centres in rural Buckinghamshire and Sussex. We?re here to help young people be the best they can be. Our vision is of a great world city in which every young person, whatever their background, is valued and challenged to become the best they can be. Our mission is to improve services and opportunities for young people. We want everyone growing up in and around London to enjoy access to high quality youth work ? information, guidance and life enriching activities, as well as someone to talk to ? all within a safe, stimulating and supportive environment. We work with young people in all their brilliant diversity, placing a particular emphasis on those who might be in any way disadvantaged or at risk of being excluded.


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Registered charity
No. 1066972
Lord Mayor's Charity Appeal Trust

Holidays for families in need Youth and community work The alleviation of poverty and the effects of poverty with the City of Manchester. Financial support to under privileged families enablity them to enjoy a modest but desperately needed holiday.


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Registered charity
No. 1066891
Lorica Trust Ltd

The charity offers support for the homeless through its purpose-built Nightshelter, Hostel and move on accommodation. It also provides a range of quality projects and services to people challenged by learning disabilities to enable them to live their lives to the full from childhood through adult life.


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Registered charity
No. exempt
MacIntyre Housing Association

MacIntyre Housing Association is a high quality specialist provider of housing services for people with learning disabilities and those with specific support needs. It aims to provide a flexible and responsive individual service, often in partnership with others, and will continue to build on its reputation of providing a tenant focused service.


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Registered charity
No. 1119819
The Makaton Charity

Makaton uses signs, symbols and speech to develop communication, language and literacy skills. Makaton is used by people with learning disabilities and communication difficulties. The Makaton Charity provides training to parents, carers & professionals, produces a wide range of resources offers a free family advisory service.


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Registered charity
No. 1063698
Marsha Phoenix Memorial Trust

Marsha Phoenix Trust is a project providing support and housing for young homeless women . The Trust has helped hundreds of young women overcome a negative start in life to fulfil their full potential. This is achieved through education, personal support and learning the skills to be independent within a caring environment.


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Registered charity
No. 1035524
Mayday Trust

Mayday Trust provides specialised support, accommodation and life-skills training for vulnerable adults. The Trust manages schemes across Warwickshire, Northamptonshire and Bedfordshire. Through social-skills training and confidence-building programmes, Mayday prepares clients for a successful move into mainstream, independent accommodation.


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Registered charity
No. n/a
Memorial Community Church

This historic building is a landmark in one of the most disadvantaged parts of east London. It is used by the church and other local groups for worship, for a breakfast for homeless people, and for other community activities. The church is raising funds to repair the roof where rain comes in, so the building can be used far more as a centre for the local community.


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Registered charity
No. 514829
Mental Health Matters

Mental Health Matters works with people with mental health needs. Dedicated and experienced staff work with partner organisations to deliver a comprehensive range of services centred on individual service user needs. These include employment, housing, community support and psychological services.


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Registered charity
No. 1122902
Merseyside Jewish Community Care

Merseyside Jewish Community Care is the only Jewish welfare service provider in the Merseyside area. We provide practical assisitance to Jewish children and parents, older people, disabled people, the visually impaired, those coping with mental health problems, families on low income and people who have become isolated from the community.


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Registered charity
No. 1081467
The Message Trust

Driven by Christian values and a passion to improve the lives of young people, The Message Trust reaches over 50,000 teenagers annually. It works in schools, communities, youth projects, prisons and via its pop-bands to help those from Manchester's most deprived estates to fulfil their potential and contribute positively to their communities.


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Registered charity
No. 1150825
Michael Varah Memorial Fund

This grant giving Fund commemorates the life of Michael Varah, and the work he was prevented from finishing by his early death. It supports the causes that Michael believed in and worked to alleviate: disadvantage and social exclusion, homelessness and poverty, crime prevention and rehabilitation of offenders, human rights.


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Registered charity
No. SC034269
Mid-Lin Day Care

We provide day care and a meal to older people who suffer from Dementia, physical disibilities or social isolation.


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Registered charity
No. 291789
Migrants Resource Centre

Migrant Resource Centre works with migrants and refugees and in partnership with other agencies, to effect social justice and change, enabling migrants and refugees to fully participate in this society.


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Registered charity
No. 295107
Milton Keynes Community Foundation

The Milton Keynes Community Foundation is a local, independent grant-making charity which aims to create a culture of giving that strenghtens and supports the local community. The Foundation makes grants to support a wide variety of projects and activites, improving the quality of life for people in Milton Keynes.


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Registered charity
No. 1073880
Mind in Croydon

Mind in Croydon is working to promote good mental health. It seeks to empower people to lead a full life as a part of their local community. Mind in Croydon: educates, provides services, campaigns, works in partnership, values diversity, focuses on quality, involves users and other volunteers in its work


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Registered charity
No. 1101678
Mind in Mid Herts

Mind in Mid Herts works with people suffering from a range of mental health problems and offers support, advice and activties. Donations will be used to help people in the area we cover including St Albans, Stevenage, Hertford, Welwyn Garden City and Hatfield


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Registered charity
No. 1079358
The Motivation Charitable Trust

Motivation works in partnership with a range of organisations to implement projects that enhance the lives of people with mobility disabilities in developing countries. By ensuring that disabled people have the skills to run the programmes that are of benefit to them, the mobility products and services it develops are always tailored to the needs of each community.


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Registered charity
No. 700904
MS Support Centre, Chester

Chester MS Support Centre offers practical support, therapies and helpful strategies to manage the symptoms of MS as effectively as possible in a happy, supportive and understanding environment. Individuals are encouraged to take a positive attitude towards the management of their symptoms, allowing them to take control of their lives with MS, rather than MS controlling them.


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Registered charity
No. 1033731
The Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre

The Multiple Sclerosis Resource Centre (MSRC) is a proactive and innovative charity passionately committed to supporting anyone affected by Multiple Sclerosis through access to unbiased information and advice. Our approach is to encourage individuals to make choices that are appropriate to their daily lives, empowering them to maximise their potential.

Some of the services MSRC provides include:

* A 24 hour, freephone Telephone Counselling Service available 365 days a year * An advisory service with access to MS Specialist Advisors and a Welfare Rights and Benefits Advisor * Publish the renowned MS journal, New Pathways * Maintain a comprehensive website, updated daily and providing a lively online community through its forums and chat rooms

MSRC strongly believes that "Life is for Living" and by providing unbiased information and advice, people affected by MS can make choices that are relevant to their particular needs.


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Registered charity
No. Exempt under schedule 2, 1993 Charities Act
Museum of London

The Museum of London Group is a charity which provides comprehensive resources on London for people of all backgrounds, faiths and abilities both in London and around the world. The Museum aims to inspire a passion for London. It works with over 100,000 London schoolchildren every year. Your money will help them continue to do this.


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Registered charity
No. 1108354
Muslim Youth Helpline

The Muslim Youth Helpline (MYH) provides pioneering faith and culturally sensitive services in the UK. Our core service is free and confidential support available nationally via telephone, email and internet. Male and female volunteers are trained in basic support skills to respond to clients on a wide-range of social issues.


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Registered charity
No. 1044349
The Mustard Tree

The Mustard Tree helps rebuild the lives of the homeless and marginalised across Greater Manchester. It does this through the provision of food, clothing, furniture and a range of training and social activities.


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Registered charity
No. 226171
Nacro - the crime reduction charity

Nacro reduces crime by changing lives. We work with the most disadvantaged people, offenders and those at risk of offending, to help them find positive alternatives to crime and to achieve their full potential in our society.

Without your help we would not be able to help people turn their lives around. There are still communities living in fear of crime, and people who lack the skills and opportunities they need to make positive change. By supporting us you can invest in our communities, to build a brighter future.

Visit the Nacro website at: www.nacro.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 243387
National Benevolent Fund For The Aged

The National Benevolent Fund for the Aged was founded to improve the quality of life for older people in the UK who live on a low income. NBFA does this by providing direct practical assistance through the provision of emergency telephone alarms; TENS pain relief machines as well as organising free holidays.


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Registered charity
No. 1114999
Neurosupport

Neurosupport offers non-medical information support and advcie to people affected by neurological conditions and brain injuries, including their families and carers.


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Registered charity
No. 1082243
The Newbury Community Resource Centre Ltd

It sells quality re-used furniture at affordable prices with special discount prices to those in need. As well as helping the environment by saving unnecessary landfill, it also provides a range of volunteering and training opportunities and works with community groups and local businesses.


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Registered charity
No. 1124869
Newcastle United Foundation

Newcastle United Foundation uses passion for football to make a real difference to the lives of local children, young people and families. In its first year, the Foundation worked with 10,000 individuals, resulting in 62,000 attendances across all its sports, health, education and youth projects.


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Registered charity
No. 1059672
NOAH Enterprise

NOAH is a Luton-based charity offering hope and support to people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness. Our support ranges from a hot meal and medical care to work experience, counselling and NVQ accredited training Although an important aspect of our work is finding permanent accommodation, simply putting a roof over someone's head is rarely enough to correct the chain of events that led them into homelessness in the first place. NOAH works with the whole person to find permanent and individually tailored pathways out of homelessness and we continue to provide this support long after permanent accommodation has been found.


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Registered charity
No. 515150
Norcare

Norcare provides a range of support services and accommodation for vulnerable people aged 16 and over in the North East.


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Registered charity
No. 1069066
Norfolk Community Law Service

Norfolk Community Law Service is a registered charity dedicated to providing access to justice and equality in Norfolk. It provides free legal advice include housing repossession support, debt advice, discrimination advice, a Free Legal Advice Rota on general, employment and family matters.


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Registered charity
No. 1109353
North Somerset Play Forum

The North Somerset Play Forum aims: to promote play and playwork in North Somerset; to provide free, inclusive play opportunities for children and families in their local communities; to actively support and promote equality of opportunity and social inclusion.


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Registered charity
No. 16558R
Notting Hill Housing Trust

Notting Hill Housing Trust houses approximately 50,000 people in 17 London boroughs. The Trust provides homes for the homeless, support vulnerable people in their own homes, develop innovative projects which give homeless people a real prospect of independence and offer people the chance to contribute to the life of their neighbourhood.


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Registered charity
No. 1046081
Nottingham Mencap

It is an independent local Voluntary and Community Organisation, dedicated to the service of people with a learning disability or difficulty, and their families and carers, living in Nottingham and Nottinghamshire


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Registered charity
No. XR64989
NWLLA

We help unemployed people to obtain qualifications and get back to work.


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Registered charity
No. 1026487
Oasis UK

Oasis UK was founded in 1985 by Steve Chalke MBE and now works in 10 countries across the globe with some of the world?s most disadvantaged people. Oasis delivers pioneering housing, healthcare and educational initiatives that bring transformation to both individuals and whole communities.


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Registered charity
No. 1065817
Octavia Foundation

Octavia Foundation supports people living and working in central & west London. Our projects include activities for older, vulnerable and disabled people, projects for young people, employment and training advice and placements, financial inclusion initiatives and community events.


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Registered charity
No. 1121050
Oldham Muslim Centre

The Oldham Muslim Centre (OMC) a 2.2m project was established in February 2007, it is one of the largest Islamic Institutions in the North of England. The OMC is in the heart of the Muslim Community here in Oldham, it provides services for Women, Children, Youth, Elders and the Wider Community.

Currently OMC has regular activities for all age groups including a Evening Madrassa, Quran Classes for adults, weekly Tafsir classes for men and women, youth circles, children weekend schools for boyz and girls and is on the process of setting up support classes for new Muslims.

OMC continuously has looked to build community cohesion by holding various programmes with non-Muslim including Exhibitions, Any Question on Faith events, Awareness days, School Masjid tours and many more activites. The Centre regularly holds conferences for young people addressing issues such as drugs, gang culture and education. It holds regular luncheon clubs for elders and provides other services such as ?Quit Smoking?, ?Job Centre Plus Drop Ins? and ?Imam Counseling?.

Future plans for the Centre include a Full Time Madrassa, a Social Enterprise section and the setting up of a Muslim Scouts Club.

Currently OMC still has over 1.2m to raise, please make a donation and help to clear the Centre?s debt. We appreciate all your support and encouragement, Thank you.


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Registered charity
No. 1062391
One25

One25 is run by women for women who are street-based sexworkers, those who are in the process of exiting such work, and those who have now exited. Based in Bristol, we enable women to consider change, and help them access the services they need.


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Registered charity
No. 1116147
Only Connect UK

Only Connect UK is creative arts company using theatre to reach prisoners, ex-offenders and young people at risk of crime and exclusion.


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Registered charity
No. SC008533
Open Door Accommodation Project

It exists to help homeless and vulnerable young people aged 16-25 in West Lothian by providing an emergency short stay hostel, supported accommodation and an outreach support service.


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Registered charity
No. 326940
Orchard Vale Trust

OVT provides residential homes for people with learning disabilities. Around 2% of the population have a learning disability, of these only a few will achieve independence. OVT provides a caring environment and support to meet the individual needs of those in its care, for the rest of their lives if necessary.


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Registered charity
No. 297201
Oska Bright Film Festival

Oska Bright is the only award winning short film festival that is managed by learning disabled people, showing films made by learning disabled people. Administrative and financial support for Oska Bright is delivered by Carousel Project.


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Registered charity
No. 202918
Oxfam

Oxfam is a vibrant global movement of dedicated people fighting poverty. From saving lives and developing projects that put poor people in charge of their lives and livelihoods, to campaigning for change that lasts. Oxfam is a registered charity in England and Wales (no 202918) and Scotland (SCO 039042).


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Registered charity
No. 297806
Oxford Homeless Medical Fund

It provides the building from which the Luther Street GP service is delivered. It also provides a range of grants for welfare and educational support for patients of Luther Street


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Registered charity
No. 1109268
Oxford Literary Festival Education & Outreach

Helping to inspire new generations of readers - children, young people and those from Oxfordshire?s ?excluded? communities. We reach over 5000 people a year and are raising money to launch book groups in Schools, Children's Centres, Day Care Centres and with the homeless.


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Registered charity
No. 1046432
Oxfordshire Community Foundation

OCF connects donors with local causes that make a real difference in Oxfordshire. Providing grants and support to local voluntary groups, helping them focus on building better, stronger communitites within the county.


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Registered charity
No. 1121058
Oxfordshire Family Mediation

Oxfordshire Family Mediation (OFM) works with separated families to promote the mental & physical welfare of children. Our projects aim to facilitate parents & others to consider children?s needs first & to enable their voices to be heard. We?re committed to meeting the needs of these children in a variety of ways. Over 35% of children are affected by family breakdown by the age of 16. The adversarial system often escalates conflict between parents, which can be damaging for children. Parenting is never an easy task: it?s even more complicated & delicate when you don?t live with the other parent & emotions are raw.

Mediation works to enable families to manage these difficult situations in the most helpful way for all. It helps parents keep the conversations on track, slowing it down to make sure they have all the information they need, have heard how each other see the issues, & weigh the pros and cons of different options. By protecting parents from pressure/judgement we successfully provide space for them to find solutions in a creative way.

Around 19,000 children have benefited directly from our Mediation Service & Children?s Service, with many children benefiting directly or indirectly from our Schools Training Programme, our Walking on Eggshells Project for school students & our Parenting Apart Workshops.

OFM is a professional service: all mediators are highly experienced, qualified, trained & accredited by the Legal Services Commission.


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Registered charity
No. 703163
P3

Specialising in supported housing, support for people recovering from mental ill health, link worker schemes, outreach teams and prison in reach, P3 has a long track record of operating services for young people. P3’s youth services provide support to young people through its advice and recruitment centres and supported housing.


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Registered charity
No. 1120950
PAFRAS

Positive Action for Refugees and Asylum Seekers (PAFRAS) works with asylum seekers, refugees and local communities in Leeds and the surrounding areas. PAFRAS now works mainly with destitute asylum seekers who are homeless, without food or money and prevented from improving their situation. PAFRAS provides one-to-one support, food and other essential items.


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Registered charity
No. X88727
Parish Action

Parish Action raises money for a number of charities supported by St Mary's Church and All Saints' Church Putney. The key charities we support are Spires, Vulindlela Guardians, Christian Aid, Newpin Roehampton and the Wandsworth Refugee Network. For more information visit our website www.parishofputney.co.uk.


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Registered charity
No. 1071571
Parity For Disability

Parity for Disability provides vital services for children and young adults with multiple disabilities in Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire.


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Registered charity
No. 215925
Peckham Settlement

The Peckham Settlement is located in one of the poorest local communities in the country and provides facilities for the local community. This includes a nursery, Travellers programme, Pension Groups, Timebanking, Free Legal Advice and a Resource Centre for small and embryonic organisations.


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Registered charity
No. 211025
Pembroke House

Investing in the lives of the people of Walworth by supporting community life, promoting education, and fighting for social justice.


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Registered charity
No. 519530
Pen yr Enfys

It works with people who have Alcohol use issues.


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Registered charity
No. 293156
The Philip Green Memorial Trust

The Philip Green Memorial Trust raises funds for children throughout the country with physical disabilities and learning disabilities. The Trust is unique in that it supports a wide cross-section of projects all involved with children from helping to build hospices to providing customised wheelchairs.


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Registered charity
No. SC028252
Positive Steps

Positive Steps was established in 1989, it is a care and support organisation dealing with vulnerable people In Scotland and internationally. Your donation makes a huge difference and allows it to continue to offer real people real solutions.


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Registered charity
No. 1079675
The Prince's Trust

Youth charity The Prince's Trust needs to raise 1 million a week in order to help change young lives in the UK. The Trust gives practical and financial support, developing skills such as confidence and motivation. It works with 14-30 year olds who have struggled at school, have been in care, are long-term unemployed or have been in trouble with the law. Since 1976 The Prince of Wales?s charity has helped over 600,000 n young people and continues to support 100 more every day.


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Registered charity
No. 1004527
The Princess Margarita of Romania Trust

The Princess Margarita of Romania Trust (PMRT), an Incorporated British Charity was founded in 1991 with the aims and remit to support the work of the Princess Margarita of Romania Foundation in Romania. The PMRT's main activities are related to fundraising for the Foundation's programmes whose principal beneficiaries are children and the elderly in disadvantaged communities in Romania.


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Registered charity
No. 219278
Prison Advice and Care Trust

It supports prisoners and their families by providing practical services at prisons across the country, including family visitors' centres, children's play services, 'first night in custody' support, and information, advice and guidance.


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Registered charity
No. 1098118
Prisoners' Penfriends

Prisoners’ Penfriends organises pen-friendships between prisoners and volunteer correspondents from outside prison, ensuring the confidentiality and safety of the volunteers. These friendships help prisoners by relieving their loneliness, giving them companionship and hope (which may sometimes prevent dangerous depression) and keeping them in touch with life outside the prison gates.


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Registered charity
No. 1120707
PROJECT 350

It is centre for the community especially for youth development and training for the unemployed. It is also a shelter for the homeless, drug addicts and lonely elderly. It also teaches the word of God.


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