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Education: Special needs
Help educate adults and children with special needs by supporting one of these charities. They work to improve the lives of the disabled and those with learning difficulties.

Registered charity
No. 1089313
The Ace Centre-North

ACE North helps 2000+ children and adults with complex physical and communication disabilities to maximise their opportunities in life: by providing highly specialised support and equipment it can ensure children can play and learn, teenagers can participate in class and socialise and adults can gain skills to enter further education /employment.


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Registered charity
No. 1070827
ADDISS

ADDISS provides information and support to families, adults and children who struggle daily to cope with the burden of having Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. We are trying to raise money to build a national network of support for families all over the country. We currently run a telephone helpline. We offer training to schools and families.


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Registered charity
No. 1042823
Aim Hi

Aim Hi is the charity for Oak Lodge School, a state secondary school for deaf students aged 11 - 18. The school provides a unique environment for deaf students and their families. The charity aims to provide funds for essential services such as radio controlled hearing aids, individual counsellingand library facilities.


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Registered charity
No. 274141
Albany Taxi Charity Fund

The Albany Charity is a fund run by London Taxi Drivers for children with Special Needs, giving them fun filled days out which are not provided by the homes and schools. Our main trip is to Margate where the children are entertained during the day, culminating at the Wintergardens with a dinner, presents and disco in the evening.


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Registered charity
No. SC009443
Albinism Fellowship

Its mission is to provide advice and information about albinism. Raise positive awareness of the condition. Improve self esteem. It provides local events and support through contact people. Encourages the sharing of experiences. Conferences every two years. Twice yearly magazine.


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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. 1062291
Alfriston School

It is a special school for secondary age girls with moderate learning difficulties and associated disabilities. There are 105 pupils on roll with 20 of the pupils boarding Monday - Thursday. We aim to provide a positive, safe and vibrant learning environment which engenders self-esteem, social confidence and a healthy lifestyle.


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Registered charity
No. 1078094
Amaze

Amaze is a charity that supports parents of children with special needs and disabilities in Brighton and Hove. It offers a helpline, volunteers who work individually with parents on education issues and benefits claims, publications, workshops and much more. 'I think that the service that Amaze offers is outstanding and I would have been lost without it.'


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Registered charity
No. 293747
Arundel Castle Cricket Foundation

It brings young disadvantaged children from inner city areas out to the West Sussex countryside. Many of the youngsters have special needs: some are blind or deaf; others have educational, physical and emotional problems. The aim is to give them new skills, greater confidence and some fun.


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Registered charity
No. 1129089
Asha Kiran UK

Asha Kiran UK aims to enable special children to attain their full potential for independence and fulfilment in adult life. We promote the welfare of young people with health problems and physical or learning disabilities. The primary beneficiary is Asha Kiran Special Needs School, Bangalore, India


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Registered charity
No. XT15410
Aspergers 4 Herts

Aspergers 4 Herts is a charity trust set up to support children and families affected by Asperger Syndrome. Our aim is to provide information, assistance and socialisation to enable better opportunities to form much needed peer groups, thus supporting and encourage social skills.


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Registered charity
No. 1117657
The Autism Trust

It is focused on the creation of new communities to provide a future for the increasing number of children with autism. These new environments will provide adults with autism a home for life: where they can work, live and improve their skills and talents in a creative and supportive environment.


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Registered charity
No. 1026432
Bag Books

Bag Books works to enrich the lives of those with the most profound learning disabilities. Bag Books sees a world where everyone can enjoy the learning, communication and fun of a story. Its multi-sensory story packs are the leading educational resource for children, teens and adults with severe to profound learning disabilities.


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Registered charity
No. 1089388
Barnet Mencap

Barnet Mencap provides support, advice and information to people with learning disabilities and their families. Some of the services include social days out, repite care, sports activities, family and care support, volunteering, housing and general advice.


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Registered charity
No. 513162
Barrow & District Disability Association

BDDA promotes the welfare of disabled people in Barrow-in-Furness in Cumbria and the surrounding districts. BDDA offers advice, educational facilities, complementary therapies, social events, youth activites and provides a meeting place for people with all kinds of disabilities.


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Registered charity
No. 1115309
BASIC

BASIC provides support, information of resources and develops services needed for persons with Autism and those who care for them. It raises awareness and understanding of Autism Spectrum Disorder through art, education and re-education.


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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. 1070929
Beaumont Hill School Charity Association

It advances the education of the pupils at Beaumont Hill Special School by providing and assisting in the provision of facilities not normally provided by the school budget – for example funding for residentials, functions, and additional resources.


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Registered charity
No. 294220
Berkshire Give a Child a Chance

Give a Child a Chance raises money for disadvantaged children living in Berkshire to help them live more rewarding and fulfilling lives. It supports both individual children and groups, with grants for specific projects or pieces of equipment.


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Registered charity
No. 1010183
Bobath Childrens Therapy Centre Wales

Making a difference to children in Wales who have cerebral palsy. Based in Cardiff the centre provides specialist Bobath therapy to children from all over Wales who have cerebral palsy. Cerebral palsy is caused by damage to a baby or young child's brain. This affects a child's ability to move and develop in the normal way and each child is affected differently. There is no cure for cerebral palsy, but the specialist Bobath therapy we provide really does make a difference to the every day lives of the children who need us. Please help us!


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Registered charity
No. 292432
Breakspeare School PSA

We support Breakspeare school with our time, skills and money to improve the equipment and facilities for the children and young people.

Opportunity with Dignity


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Registered charity
No. 1051383
The Bridge Project Sudbury

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


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Registered charity
No. 801885
The Bridge School (Islington) PSA

We support children and young people with autism, serve learning difficulties, and profound and multiple learning difficulties. Our main focus is bringing the wider community to our children and development of communication and life skills.


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Registered charity
No. 1039105
Bristol Dyslexia Trust

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


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Registered charity
No. 328311
Bristol MusicSpace

It provides community based music therapy to children and adults of all ages with a wide range of special needs using music as a basis for forming a relationship and developing communication, providing an opportunity for self-expression where words are difficult or impossible.


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Registered charity
No. 1089967, Scotland SC038866
British Stammering Association

BSA provides support to all whose lives are affected by stammering. We work to prevent stammering through early intervention, provide the optimum support for pupils who stammer and offer, through our helpline and website, information and a listening ear to adults and parents of stammering children.


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Registered charity
No. 1017712
Broad View Care Limited

Broad View Care is a registered charity situated in Coventry. Established in 1990 to provide residential care for adults with learning disabilities, today the organisation provides homes for thirty-five people across the City. Broad View care relies heavily on the generosity of others to support us in our work. Please give generously.


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Registered charity
No. 1031590
Bromley Youth Music Trust

BYMT provides opportunities for young people in Bromley, whatever their circumstances to learn to play a musical instrument and to sing. It provides opportunities to perform in a wide range of settings to enhance the musical understanding and appreciation of the students and wider community


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Registered charity
No. 1055910
Brooklands School Fund

we help children with special needs


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Registered charity
No. 1135842
BT Buddies

BT Buddies offers information, inspiration and hope to anyone affected by a brain tumour in the UK.


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Registered charity
No. 1133233
The Butterfly Garden

The project is an educational,recreational and therapeutic project for people of all ages dealing with disablement of any kind. It was founded as a gardening project in 2002, but now doubled offers, (with the help of strong volunteers) a diverse and stimulating programme.


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Registered charity
No. 307889
Caldecott Foundation

It helps the country’s most vulnerable children who have suffered extremes of abuse, cruelty and neglect. It provides the specialist residential care, education and therapy necessary to help these children build a better life and where possible return to a family environment.


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Registered charity
No. SC0012653
Camphill Aberdeen

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


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Registered charity
No. 1017004
Camtrust

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


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Registered charity
No. 1040524
CandoCo Dance Company

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


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Registered charity
No. 1059050
Capital to Coast

A scenic charity cycle ride with three different options for the start:

60 miles - Esher College, Surrey, to Hove or Hove to Hove circular route.

30 miles - Haywards Heath, West Sussex to Hove.

Capital to Coast benefits five partner charities undertaking crucial work with babies, children and adults - Norwood, Bliss, the Cystic Fibrosis Trust, the Down's Syndrome Association and Heart's Have a Heart - see website www.capitaltocoast.org.uk for further details.


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Registered charity
No. 1103879
Cardiff Chameleons

To provide facilities for physical recreation and competitive sport primarily in water, for the benefit of people with learning disabikities


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Registered charity
No. 1110260
CASPA

It provides weekly youth clubs for young people on the autistic spectrum, mostly with diagnoses for aspergers syndrome. Support is also provided for parents of these children.


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Registered charity
No. 1075837
Chailey Heritage School

Chailey Heritage School is a pioneering centre of excellence for pupils with physical, communication, sensory and learning difficulties. Our aim at Chailey Heritage School is to give children as much independence and as many opportunities for decision making as possible in a stimulating and enjoyable learning environment.


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Registered charity
No. 1046947
Chance UK

Chance UK provides mentoring to children with behavioural difficulties. They work with 5-11 year olds who are at risk of developing anti-social or criminal offending behaviour. The programme works in Hackney and Islington, supporting some of the most deprived children in London. Further programmes are being developed across the UK.


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Registered charity
No. 502610
The Charnwood Trust

It is a unique nursery whose primary objective is to provide inclusive pre-school education to children with special needs and support for their families/carers.


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Registered charity
No. 1042795
Charters School

It provides additional educational resources eg new school minibuses


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Registered charity
No. 288018
The Children's Trust

The Children?s Trust is a national charity that provides the best possible care, therapy and education for children with multiple disabilities and complex health needs, in partnership with their families and other carers.


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Registered charity
No. 1101424
The Chrysalis School for Autism

The Chrysalis School for Autism caters for pupils between the ages of 5 to 14 who have a diagnosis of Autistic Spectrum Disorder. It offers an intense, highly structured education based on the principles of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). The school received a fantastic Ofsted Inspection Report in June 2009 and the standard for 'welfare, health and safety of the pupils' was judged as 'Outstanding' . For more information please view their web site (www.chrysalisschool.org)


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Registered charity
No. 1091598
The Cirdan Sailing Trust

Cirdan provides opportunities for disadvantaged young people to experience the challenge and adventure of life at sea on large sailing vessels to promote self-discovery and enhance social interaction; this not only benefits individuals but in turn benefits local communities and society as a whole.


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Registered charity
No. 283329
City And Hackney Mind

It advances the views, needs and ambitions of people with mental health challenges. It challenges discrimination and promotes inclusion. It influences policy and promotes equal rights through campaigning, education and the development of innovative and quality services.


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Registered charity
No. 1115958
Claire-Louise Ferris Memorial Trust Fund

It raises money to buy multi-sensory equipment to give fun and relaxation to children and young people who aren’t able to express themselves as fully as Claire-Louise could. Claire believed that music and movement helped her to overcome problems and so could help others to feel better about themselves too.


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Registered charity
No. sc037214
CLASS

CLASS supports children with language and communication disorders in East Dunbartonshire. The children are aged between 3 and 16 years and attend units within local primary or secondary schools. CLASS raises funds to provide much needed resources as well as trips, activities and sports groups for the children.


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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. 289742
Corbets Tey School Parents and Friends Association

The charity helps to provide equipment and facilities to advance social, physical and/or educational opportunities of the pupils attending a special school for children with learning disabilities. The school caters for children aged 4 to 16 who have many different syndromes and other learning needs including Autism and communication difficulties.


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Registered charity
No. 1121034
The Countryside Alliance Foundation

Many children and young people know little about the countryside and rural way of life. Its programme of educational initiatives will introduce them, and their teachers, to the beauty, importance and diversity of our rural heritage, inspiring them to become passionate about its future and protect it for future generations.


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Registered charity
No. 1089657
The Dame Vera Lynn Trust For Children With Cerebral Palsy

The Dame Vera Lynn Trust for Children with Cerebral Palsy is a specialist service for families of young children with cerebral palsy and other disabilities. Parents and children learn daily living skills together at our School for Parents using the principles of Conductive Education. We support families with babies and children under five years of age.

A highly skilled and professional team helps parents to recognise a child's unique qualities and achievements. Everyday is an exciting experience and parents can talk openly to each other about their child's activities, sharing an understanding of each other's situation.

The emphasis in School for Parents is to provide strong practical support for all parents who have children with special needs within a mutually sympathetic and encouraging environment.

All the services we offer are provided free of charge as we receive no statutory funding and rely entirely on the support of the community to help raise the 540,000 needed to ensure that this vital and much needed service can continue.


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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. SC017417
Donaldson's

Donaldson's, Scotland's national Grant Aided Special School offering pupils aged 2 to 19 years who are deaf or have severe speech and language difficulties, high quality education, therapy and care. Donaldson's provides nursery, primary and secondary education and also has a Lifeskills Department. Day and residential placements are available.


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Registered charity
No. 1062823
Down Syndrome Education International

Down Syndrome Education International works to improve education for young people with Down syndrome. We discover potential through scientific research and transform lives by improving learning opportunities. We support families and professionals by providing information, advice, publications and training. To find out more, visit www.downsed.org


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Registered charity
No. 1094957
Down Syndrome Extra 21

It helps to promote equal opportunities for people with Down syndrome and offer support to them and their families. It promotes public awareness of Down syndrome and encourages and helps local support groups. It provides information through conferences, workshops, newsletters and its website.


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Registered charity
No. 1120863
Downright Excellent

Downright Excellent provides educational sessions and quality play experiences for children with Downs Syndrome and their siblings, plus education and support for parents/ carers. We currently run weekly speech and language classes, and life skills and sensory processing sessions for children age 0-4 (Early Intervention), and 5-9 (Supplementary Education). The 10-14 age group is planned for 2013. We follow the teaching programme of Down Syndrome Education International, who regularly visit and evaluate our group, in order to maintain our excellence based on their cutting edge research.


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Registered charity
No. 1123045
Down's South London

Down's South is a thriving member-run charity and support network for children with Down's Syndrome and their families. South London-based, it provides a specialist speech and language therapy service for children (birth to 10 years) unavailable elsewhere, including the private sector. It operates a catchment area from Wandsworth to Greenwich.


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Registered charity
No. 1061474
Down's Syndrome Association

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


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Registered charity
No. 1077374
Dukes Barn Trust

We are a charity providing educational outdoor adventure activities for disadvantaged and disabled young people of all abilities. Our main focus is children with special needs including young people with autism, Asperges Syndrome, Downs Syndrome, the hearing and vision impaired and a range of physically disabled young people including wheelchair users. Many of our young people suffer from one or more of the above. We also run courses for disadvantaged primary and secondary school children from mainstream schools in poor inner city areas.

Our aim is to ensure that all young people, regardless of ability, special need or disadvantage, are given the opportunity to experience quality outdoor education, in a safe environment, to improve not only their physical fitness but their confidence and self esteem to enable them to meet the challenges of everyday life, today and in the future.

We have recently completed an all weather wheelchair friendly sports area and upgraded the entrance paths to our sensory garden to make wheelchair access easier.

Our next challenge is to raise the funds to build a state of the art indoor climbing wall with unique and specific provision for non ambulent youngsters, which will demonstrate to other organisations and individuals what we at Dukes Barn already know, that being physically disabled does not mean being excluded from exciting and healthily competitive sporting pastimes.


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Registered charity
No. 268502, Scotland SCO39177
Dyslexia Action

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

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

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


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Registered charity
No. SC000951
Dyslexia Scotland

Dyslexia Scotland is the voluntary organisation representing the needs and interests of dyslexic people in Scotland.


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Registered charity
No. SC016540
Edinburgh University Settlement

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


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Registered charity
No. 1030807
Education Aid For Palestinians

our strategy : to empower poor Palestenians through education and training so that they are able to depend on themselves and earn a living, support their families and escape the poverty trap.


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Registered charity
No. 801070
The Elisabeth Svendsen Trust for Children and Donkeys

The Elisabeth Svendsen Trust for Children and Donkeys aims to bring enjoyment and pleasure into the lives of children with special needs and disabilities and to give them the satisfaction that comes with the achievement of learning riding skills using its specially trained donkeys, dedicated staff and volunteers. A Charity registered with the Charity Commission for England and Wales. Charity Registration No 801070


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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. 1110473
engage in their future

Over 150,000 children in the UK are designated as having behavioural, emotional and social difficulties (BESD), including children who have been physically, emotionally and / or sexually abused and children who have behavioural conditions such as Autism, Asperger Syndrome, ADHD (Attention Deficit / Hyperactivity Disorder), Tourette's Syndrome and a range of other learning, speech and language difficulties. NAES is all about supporting these children and those that work with them.


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Registered charity
No. SC340267
Equal Adventure

Equal Adventure creates resources to support the meaningful involvement of disabled people in adventure sport, active outdoor lifestyles, expeditions and out of classroom learning. Our Vision Our work will be done when all people are able to access the natural environment for education, research, physical activity or play regardless of disability.


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Registered charity
No. 1116649
The Equal People Theatre Company

The purpose of Equal People is to build a theatre which will promote the inclusion of children, young people and adults with special needs into the performing arts, providing a safe environment for disadvantaged children and young people to participate along side able performers as Equal People.


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Registered charity
No. 1128543
Essex Down's Syndrome Support Group

Edss exsists to promote awareness on all aspects of Down's syndrome. We aim to bring together families and professionals in a social enviroment without any pressure.


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Registered charity
No. 700510
Evening Chronicle Sunshine Fund

The Evening Chronicle Sunshine Fund provides specially adapted equipment, custom built apparatus or special learning aids, for children with disabilities or special needs, to improve the quality of their lives. The fund is helping North East children in special schools, learning units, hospitals and also individual families.


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Registered charity
No. 1124523
Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education

Exeter Royal Academy for Deaf Education aims to provide a happy, safe and secure environment in which deaf children and young people can reach their full potential. We are a non-maintained special school for deaf and hearing impaired students, providing primary education through to college education for ages 4-24. We have residential and non-residential places with students attending from across the South West, South Wales and beyond. We also provide outreach services. These include supporting students studying in mainstream schools and colleges and giving training in British Sign Language.


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Registered charity
No. 1045352
The Fortune Centre Of Riding Therapy

The Fortune Centre of Riding Therapy is a specialist further education college for horse-motivated young people with special needs. A three year residential Further Education Through Horsemastership Course enables students to relate more successfully to others and to have greater and more appropriate control over their own lives.


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Registered charity
No. 298875
FOSTA (Friends of St Ann's, Morden)

Friends of St Ann's (FOSTA) is a charity which supports St Ann's Special School in Morden, Surrey. This fabulous school is for children with severe and complex learning difficulties. FOSTA helps provide equipment and resources such as funding for a minibus, adaptable touch-screen plasma panels, swimming aids, and theatre trips.


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Registered charity
No. 298875
FOSTA (Friends of St Ann's, Morden)

Friends of St Ann's (FOSTA) is a charity which supports St Ann's Special School in Morden, Surrey. This fabulous school is for children with severe and complex learning difficulties. FOSTA helps provide equipment and resources such as funding for a minibus, adaptable touch-screen plasma panels, swimming aids, and theatre trips.


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Registered charity
No. 1116268
Friends of Amasango

A Christian organisation helping street children in South Africa to access basic education so that they can help themselves in life.


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Registered charity
No. 269510
Friends of Beaucroft School

Beaucroft Special School caters for children from 4 to 19 years with moderate learning difficulties and/or Autism. The Friends' aim is to raise funds to provide the extras that are outside the normal school budget. This includes specialist equipment, activities or residential trips.


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Registered charity
No. SC033260
Friends of Carronhill School

It directly benefits the pupils of Carronhill special school. In particular it raises funds to maintain and repair the mini bus which can take wheelchairs. It also provides extras such as multi sensory equipment for the swimming pool, play therapy, music therapy and trampolining.


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Registered charity
No. 504391
The Friends Of Cedewain

It supports a school for children with special needs


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Registered charity
No. 291357
The Friends of Columbus School and College

It offers support to special needs children and their families providing new equipment and organising fun days and events which enables them to participate in activities which would normally not be accessible to them due to the profound and complicated medical needs of their children.


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Registered charity
No. SC019427
Friends of Craighalbert

The Craighalbert Centre is a Grant Aided Special School providing education, therapy and support to children and families from across Scotland affected by cerebral palsy and similar conditions, with the aim of enabling children and young people to achieve their full potential.


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Registered charity
No. 1016055
Friends of Curnow School

Supporting children with severe and profound learning difficulties.


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Registered charity
No. 1013621
Friends of Downs View School

Fundraises for extra or specialist equipment, holidays, social, music therapy and other events. It has provided a bike shed, two mini buses, hoists, display boards, physio/sensory themed room, annual passes for Washbrook Farm ,Crawley Venture Park, yearly BBQ and Fun Days and Christmas Disco.


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Registered charity
No. 286556
Friends of Frank Barnes

This charity helps raise funds to provide equipment and special projects to help the children at Frank Barnes School for Deaf Children, the only sign-bilingual primary school in the London area.


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Registered charity
No. 1123634
Friends of Granta School

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


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Registered charity
No. 1012795
Friends Of Greenmead

Friends of Greenmead raises money to help equip physically disabled children with the special equipment and therapy services essential to their development and to enable them to live fulfilled lives.


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Registered charity
No. 1085068
The Friends of Hadrian School

The charity supports Hadrian School which caters for up to 125 primary aged children in Newcastle Upon Tyne who have severe, profound and complex learning, sensory and communication difficulties.


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Registered charity
No. 297964
Friends of Hailey Hall School

We are a school for boys with Special Needs and we are fundraising to take the boys to Australia.


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Registered charity
No. 281626
Friends Of Hillside School

We buy equipment and supply monies for holidays etc. for Children with Special Needs who attend Hillside School.


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Registered charity
No. 281460
Friends of Medina House School

It raises funds for Medina House School which is a school for children with profound, complex and severe learning difficulties


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Registered charity
No. 270315
The Friends Of Ormerod

WE ARE A CHARITY PROVIDING SUPPORT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE WITH COMMUNICATION AND INTERACTIVE DISORDERS AND PHYSICAL DISABILITIES WHO ATTEND THE SENSS ORMEROD RESOURCE BASE. THE STUDENTS ARE INCLUDED, WHERE APPROPRIATE AND WITH ADULT SUPPORT, IN MAINSTREAM LESSONS AT THE MARLBOROUGH SCHOOL, WOODSTOCK, OXFORDSHIRE


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Registered charity
No. 1090237
Friends of Penny Field

Friends of Penny Field is a charity that helps the disabled children of Penny Field school who all have profound and complex needs. Money raised goes towards equipment essential and most beneficial for these special children of ages 2 through to 19.


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Registered charity
No. SC8126
Friends of Raeden

The Raeden Centre offers a combination of Medical, Nursing and Educational advice. Treatment is offered to children with known or suspected disabilities, these include problems with movement, vision communication or hearing - many children have to cope with more than one difficulty. At Raeden, pre-school children are treated as a whole person, with the help of a comprehensive assessment by a team which includes paediatricians, physio/occupational/speech/music and language therapists, teachers, psychologists, social workers and health visitors. The Friends of Raeden raise funds to meet the needs that the statutory authorities cannot provide.


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Registered charity
No. 1117759
Friends of ROSHNI UK

ROSHNI is a special school/therapy centre for disabled children in Gwalior,India. Many have Cerebral Palsy/learning difficulties.ROSHNI run a nursery,special school,vocational training centre,and support children at mainstream schools.Friends of ROSHNI UK raises funds and sends volunteers to ROSHNI


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Registered charity
No. 1089844
Friends Of Russet House School

Russet House School offers a broad and balanced education for children with autism in a happy, purposeful atmosphere, where everyone counts and every achievement is valued. The Friends of Russet House arrange events for everyone involved with the school. These events are principally about raising money but also about having fun and contributing to the social life of the school.


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Registered charity
No. 1024661
Friends Of Strathmore School

FOSS help to raise funds for this special needs school. There are 47 pupils who have a wide range of disabilities which include Autism and young people with very complex needs. FOSS have raised funds for a bus, playground and are now raising for a specially adapted gym.


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Registered charity
No. 1115279
Friends of Swiss Cottage School

education and advancements of children with special needs


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Registered charity
No. 1096770
Friends of the Loyne School

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


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Registered charity
No. 1093986
Friends of the Nigel Hunter Nursery

It supports the work of the Nigel Hunter Nursery, a therapy centre named after the first specialist paediatrician to work in Gloucestershire. This offers to support to infants with disability, from birth to 3 years, through multi-professional therapy, assessment, play and family support.


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Registered charity
No. 311876
Friends of the Ridgeway

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


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Registered charity
No. 1107229
The Friends of Ty Gwyn Special School

The Friends was set up to raise money for school equipment and other resources. The school has 100 pupils between 3 and 19, all of whom have profound learning difficulties - 50 % of pupils are permanently in wheelchairs.


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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. 1132101
FutureSense Foundation

The FutureSense Foundation supports volunteer work that contributes to community development in some of the poorest regions of the world. We partner with over 100 non-profit organisations and local charities to address a range of critical development issues. By providing financial support and human resources for livelihood support, education and child welfare programmes, we strive to make a positive impact in underprivileged communities in Africa, Asia, South America and Eastern Europe.


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Registered charity
No. 272993
Golden Lion Children's Trust

The Golden Lion Children's Trust was formed in 1973 to bring some hope help & happiness into the lives of underpriviledged children and children with special needs. It provides services, goods but more usually activities for these special children.


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Registered charity
No. 1082903
Golden Years

The Latin American Golden Years Day Centre Activities are all aimed to counter loneliness, depression and isolation. People come to the Centre to meet other people and take part in a range of creative and educational activities.


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Registered charity
No. 1117322
Greatwood

Greatwood rescues and cares for neglected and ill-treated racehorses. Children with special needs prosper around these horses in a unique education programme, called Horse Power.

a. Greatwood rescues the most neglected racehorses when often no one else will help.

b. Children with special needs, including autism and Down?s syndrome, develop vital life skills at Greatwood


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Registered charity
No. 293635
Hannah's Gifts

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


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Registered charity
No. SC039972
hazelwoodVISION

hazelwoodVISION is a volunteer charity organisation based at Hazelwood School for children and young people with sensory impairment and additional support needs in Glasgow. Its mission is to support the development of the school's extended day programme through fundraising, as well as provide essential services, activities and items not presently met by the school budget.


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Registered charity
No. 1064646
Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre

Helen Arkell Dyslexia Centre offers the expert assessment and tuition that anyone with Dyslexia deserves, regardless of their ability to pay, and relies on the generosity of donors to make this possible.


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Registered charity
No. XR96661
Hill Croft Special School PTA

Hill Croft is a special needs school in Newtownabbey. There are 86 pupils aged 3 to 19 years who all have a severe learning disability. The PTA have embarked on an innovative fundraising strategy to provide an adventure play trail to allow the children to make the most of stimulation through play.


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Registered charity
No. 1094526
Hitch-up Trust

It helps children in the UK and Kenya to reach their full potential


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Registered charity
No. 1043129
Hollybank Trust

Hollybank Trust cares for some of society?s most vulnerable members. It provides education, care and often a home for children, young people and adults with profound physical disabilities and associated learning difficulties. Hollybank relies heavily on the support of individuals, organisations and companies. Every penny counts.


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Registered charity
No. 1124329
Hull Children's University

Hull Children?s University provides learning experiences to raise the achievements and aspirations of local children, supporting schools in their delivery of the national curriculum and the government?s aims outlined in ?Every Child Matters?.


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Registered charity
No. 210031
I CAN

I CAN is the children's communication charity. We are the only UK-wide charity that supports children's communication skills, the springboard from which children learn, achieve and make friends. I CAN works to foster the development of speech, language and communication skills in all children with a special focus on those who find this hard: children with a communication disability.


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Registered charity
No. 1089508
ILEAP - Inclusive Leisure Education Activities Project

ILEAP provides disabled young people and adults with a learning disability living in South Warwickshire opportunities to take part in inclusive leisure activities within their communities. Our Youth Workers, Support Friends and Volunteers assist our members so that they can have fun with their friends in a safe and positive environment.


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Registered charity
No. 1050461
Indigenous People's Cultural Support Trust

Indigenous People's Cultural Support Trust (IPCST) collaborates and works with Indian tribal people in Brazil to develop appropriate and sustainable projects and help tribal communities to be independent and promote their traditional way of life. This appeal is for the development of a Tree Nursery with a Xavante Indian community. For more information and if you would like to actively support please visit the Trust web site: www.ipcst.org e mail: [email protected]

Completed development projects with this Xavante community include: Solar powered Health Centre. Training of a Xavante Nurse at the Federal University in Fortaleza in the cultivation of medicinal plants and subsequent implementation of medicinal garden adjacent to the Health Centre. Water wheel and piping supplying clean water to the village.


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Registered charity
No. 1107705
JCoSS

JCoSS will be the UK's first inclusive Jewish state secondary school. It will be the only Jewish secondary school in the UK to welcome, on an equal basis, Jews of all backgrounds, beliefs, and - in partnership with Norwood - abilities.


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Registered charity
No. 1045731
Jessie's Fund

Jessie's Fund helps children with special needs by providing music therapy and other opportunities for creative musical experiences. The charity works with seriously ill and disabled children all over the UK, many of whom can't speak, giving them an invaluable means of communication and expression.


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Registered charity
No. 212463
John Grooms

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


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Registered charity
No. 1015731
The John McNeill Opportunity Centre

Pre-school nursery for children with special needs and disabilities. We aim to maximise each child's potential and support their parents.


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Registered charity
No. 1125004
JustDifferent

JustDifferent helps create positive social attitudes towards disability and difference among children and young people. We do this through free, stimulating, interactive and educational workshops, written and created by disabled people and delivered in schools. Since 2007 we have delivered 850 Workshops and reached 27,000 children. Help us to reach more children across the UK by fundraising for us through JustGiving.


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Registered charity
No. 1104227
Karin Dom

Karin Dom Day Centre for Children with Special Needs in Varna, Bulgaria, provides tailormade therapy for children with physical, mental or learning difficulties. Our aim is for all children to achieve their full potential. Please visit our website for more details: http://www.karindom.org/


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Registered charity
No. 1103620
Kids About

Assists in the provision of equipment for UK-based, disabled children and young adults.


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Registered charity
No. 1068541
King Ecgbert Integrated Resource

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


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Registered charity
No. 1004518
The Kingfisher Association

The Kingfisher Association was born of the Kingfisher Community Special School we are a primary school in Oldham for children with complex and severe learning needs. We established the association to raise money and awareness for our children?s needs.


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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. 1121519
Kiya

Kiya Survivors offers education, therapy, support and love to children with special needs living in severe poverty, abused and abandoned children in Peru.


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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. 1027645
LEASIDE EDUCATIONAL TRUST

Leaside is a young person driven Centre. The Trust focuses on the personal development of young people of East London. We develop self confidence, trust, self discipline and teamwork through Outdoor pursuits, mainly canoeing.


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Registered charity
No. 279051
Lindon Bennett School Association

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


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Registered charity
No. 311874
The Link Day School Ltd

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


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Registered charity
No. 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. 264221
Listening Books

Listening Books is the only audiobook charity in the UK providing a streaming audiobook internet service, as well as a comprehensive postal service, to anyone who has a disability which makes it impossible or difficult to hold a book, turn its pages, or read in the usual way. Charity registration number. 264221


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Registered charity
No. 1119024
Little Treasures Chidrens Trust

Little Treasures is a uk based charity that aid,support and enhance the lives of children who are terminally ill or have severe disabilites, and to give support to their families when needed.They provide medical/sensory equipment, specialist services such as physio and respite.


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Registered charity
No. 273596 and SC039600
Live Music Now

Listening to live music has a proven impact on behaviour, health and wellbeing. Live Music Now brings together those who are normally excluded from these benefits through ill health, disability, isolation or poverty, and young professional musicians who want to share the joy and inspiration of their music. Live Music Now is teaming up with the Musicians Benevolent Fund to enhance the lives of musicians both young and old with our innovative Adopt-a-Musician scheme. Find out more and donate direct at http://www.justgiving.com/Adopt-a-Musician/


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Registered charity
No. 1104585
Local Aid

Supporting children and community special needs. We run activities for disabled young people, Work experience programmes and outdoor events for children with special needs.


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Registered charity
No. 802188
Loddon School

The Loddon School excels at meeting the exceptional learning and support needs of children and young people whose behaviours present a significant challenge in other environment.

The Loddon School

www.loddonschool.co.uk

Loddon Training and Consultancy

www.proact-scipr-uk.com


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Registered charity
No. 1049061
The Lyndale School Fund

We are a Primary Special school meeting the needs of pupils with complex learning difficulties and medical needs. Some have sensory losses others oxygen dependent,epileptic or terminal illnesses.we are committed to providing the best education and life experiences and strives hard to support these with high quality resources.


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Registered charity
No. 1093679
Magic Moments for Autistic Kids

Magic Moments was formed in 2002 to help support families in Northern Lincolnshire. it offers support to siblings & children within the Autistic spectrum. provide chat and chill sessions where parents can meet other parents and relax, we provide training that helps parents devolpcoping strategies and methods to deal with situations. provide trips and events.


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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. 295504
Mapledown School

Mapledown Barnet's secondary special school for pupils with Severe and Complex Learning Disabilities. Many of the pupils also have additional sensory and physical impairments and an increasing number are either on the Autistic Spectrum or have complex medical care needs


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Registered charity
No. 1095182
The Marlborough School Foundation

Fundraising for Marlborough School for students with special needs


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Registered charity
No. 1002680
The Mary Hare Foundation

Mary Hare's work benefits a large number of profoundly deaf children and young adults, providing training for teaching and music therapy for children in the Southeast.


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Registered charity
No. 272327
MECO UK and Ireland

MECO is an interdenominational fellowship of evangelical Christians from many countries with shared goals. It sends people called of God to work in various ministries and to encourage the national churches to engage in effective mission and witness


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Registered charity
No. 222377
Mencap

Mencap wants a world where people with a learning disability gain an equal right to choice opportunity and respect. The charity believes that people should have equal opportunities in education, work and in playing a full part in the community. They believe that support for the families and carers of people with a learning disability is vital to achieving their vision


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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. 1127114
Miles of Smiles

Miles of Smiles is a charity that aims to make youngsters who need a smile in their day feel special. To put some sparkle and love and a few giggles in their day. They do this by organising treats- or 'smiles' for children who are nominated to them.


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Registered charity
No. XT19360
Montessori Education for Autism

Montessori Education for Autism (MEfA) helps answer local and global needs of children, young people and adults with Autism, and conditions related to Autism, through Montessori methods of teaching and learning.


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Registered charity
No. 1060100
Monyhull Church

Monyhull Church is central to new 600 home estate on the former Monyhull Hospital site. Agreement reached with Council to develop a combined church and community facility. Plan to refurbish the church building and add annexe with community amenities. Planning permission now granted, goal to raise 250,000 by early 2009.


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Registered charity
No. 311871
Moor House School

Moor House School provides specialist education and therapy for children with specific speech, language and communication disorders. Through extended curriculum teaching and care, Moor House enables its students to face their transition to adult life with far greater confidence and ability than would otherwise be the case.


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Registered charity
No. 1062307
MOVE Europe

MOVE helps the most severely disabled children in the UK and across Europe to sit, stand and walk independently. Being able to move around opens up the world to them and can help them to live healthier and happier lives. Movement is for learning and life!


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Registered charity
No. 309565
Mulberry Bush School

The Mulberry Bush is a non-maintained special school providing an integrated programme of therapeutic residential care and education for severely emotionally troubled and vulnerable primary school age children.


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Registered charity
No. 269425
National Autistic Society

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


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Registered charity
No. 1116260
National Literacy Trust

The National Literacy Trust aims to create a society in which everyone has the reading, writing, speaking and listening skills that they need to fulfil their own and, ultimately, the nation?s potential.


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Registered charity
No. 1087865
National Portage Association

Portage is a regular home-visiting educational service for under 5s with additional support needs and their families. Personalised play and learning, goals and support are offered to involve the family in the care and development of the child, focussing on their child's development, building on abilities and strengths, not difficulties.


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

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


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Registered charity
No. 311877
NCYPE

The National Centre for Young People with Epilepsy (NCYPE) is based in Lingfield, Surrey and helps 200 children and young people who are aged between 5-25 and are severely disabled as a result of epilepsy and other neurological conditions. Epilepsy undermines the quality of life, as both these young people and parents alike live in the constant fear of the next seizure.

The young people we look after face a number of challenges including regular and difficult to control seizures, learning and developmental problems, and physical disabilities. Our specialist school, college, medical centre and residential homes, provide care and education for these young people to help them get the most out of life.

Please help us to achieve our goal of giving "Better futures for young people with epilepsy


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Registered charity
No. 1109599
The Next Step - Children of the Caucasus

It helps mentally and physically disabled children in Georgia (former USSR), many who lived in appalling State Institutions. The Next Step Village provides residential, educational, medical and developmental care in a family environment. It helps re-integrate the children into society and works with Government improving social care for disabled children.


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Registered charity
No. 1028260
North East Autism Society

We strive to excel in providing skills for life for children and adults with autism through inclusive programmes in education,care and social and vocational training.


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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. 515944
Oakdale Parents, Teachers & Friends Association

Oakdale School caters for children from 2 to 12, with either mental or physical handicaps and hence severe learning difficulties. It includes an integrated nursery with links to mainstream schools. We aim to advance the education of pupils with facilities for education not normally provided by the Local Authority. This has included a mini-bus to extend experience in the wider community and outdoor equipment to enhance education opportunities.


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Registered charity
No. 1131338
Old Toll House Trust

It provides support, encouragement, resources, education and training to organisations and individuals motivated to reach their full potential. Current project: refurbishing the buildings and school of a Tanzanian orphan centre and providing support and training for the centre?s team.


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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. 1075765
Oxfordshire Outdoor Learning Trust

OOLT aims to promote the benefits of Outdoor Learning to schools, families and companies but more particularly provides bursaries for Oxfordshire children and young people in need, to enable them to join Outdoor Education courses. It also supplies exceptional achievement certificates for young people visiting the Oxfordshire Outdoor Centres,


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Registered charity
No. 1011133
The PACE Centre

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


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Registered charity
No. 1001590
PACT

PACT WAS SET UP TO RELIEVE THE NEEDS OF CHILDREN WITH AUTISM BY SUPPORTING AUTISTIC CHILDREN, THEIR PARENTS AND CARERS AT CAGE GREEN PRIMARY SCHOOL.


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Registered charity
No. 1072900
Parents and Friends of Ashgrove School

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


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Registered charity
No. 1106855
Parents and Friends of Heber School

It supports Heber School by fundraising for facilities, trips and equipment, and runs social events to enhance the school's reputation in the community.


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Registered charity
No. 1109768
Parents and Friends of Montacute School

Montacute School is a school for pupils with severe or profound and multiple learning difficulties. Montacute Parents and Friends Association is run by parents, staff and friends of Montacute School who give up their time to raise money for the provision of specialist equipment, school trips, parties and many other activities.


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Registered charity
No. 1123172
Pebbles Project

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


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Registered charity
No. 1010190
Pembury Portage Support Group

It provides families and pre-school children who have additonal educational needs who receive Portage with specialist toys and equipment not provided by others. It arranges Fun Days in school holidays and a Christmas party for Portage Children and their families. It also Funds 2 families to attend the National Portage Conference each year.


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Registered charity
No. 1112194 (England & Wales) - SCO38910 (Scotland)
Pets As Therapy

Pets As Therapy is national charity and is unique in that it provides temperament assessed/vaccinated PAT Dogs and PAT Cats with registered volunteers to hospitals, hospices, residential care homes, day centres, special needs schools and many other establishments, providing comfort, companionship and therapy.

There are approximately 4,500 PAT Dogs and 108 PAT Cats bringing benefit to more than 130,000 people of all ages every single week throughout the UK.

The Charity is becoming increasingly involved in structured Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) interventions, for example, through referral by Clinical Psychologists working with dog phobic children and with Occupational Therapists in the rehabilitation of stroke victims.

Our registered volunteers and their P.A.T. Dogs and P.A.T. Cats make a difference to over 6.75 million people every year.

For more details on the work of this wonderful charity or if you are interested in finding out how you can apply to register your dog/cat please visit www.petsastherapy.org

If you would like to see the difference P.A.T. Dogs and P.A.T. Cats make to those they visit please watch the Pets As Therapy film www.petsastherapy.org/media


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Registered charity
No. 1088592
PIP

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


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Registered charity
No. 1096394
Polio Children

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


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Registered charity
No. 1070227
Prior's Court School

Prior's Court School provides specialist care and education for pupils aged 5 to 19 with moderate to severe autism. The majority are non verbal, have complex learning difficulties, may exhibit challenging behaviours and will need support throughout their lives. It is run by a non-profit making charity.


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Registered charity
No. 1084718
Prisoners' Education Trust

Prisoners? Education Trust is a national charity aiming to extend and enrich the educational opportunities available to prisoners, providing them with a chance to build a better and more constructive future for themselves, their family and their community.


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Registered charity
No. 1127498
RAINBOW HOUSE

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


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Registered charity
No. SC 002041
RDA Glasgow Group

The RDA Glasgow Group offers horse riding and carriage driving to over 200 disabled children and adults from Greater Glasgow. Riding improves balance, strength, co-ordination and increases confidence and self-esteem. Riding is an effective form of physiotherapy and psychological therapy and its fun! Riders are referred by health professionals.


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Registered charity
No. 1119615
Redearth Education

It provides training for teachers in rural Africa for the development of teaching and learning in rural schools


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Registered charity
No. SC024328
Refugee Survival Trust

Refugee Survival Trust (RST) is a volunteer-led charity which makes grants to alleviate destitution experienced by asylum seekers and refugees in Scotland. In 2008 RST destitution grants helped keep 1158 asylum seekers and refugees, including 393 children, from destitution. We also work to tackle the causes of destitution, for example by lobbying the government to change their practices and policies. We depend upon the generosity of our supporters to continue this important work.


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Registered charity
No. 244108
Riding for the Disabled incorporating carriage driving

Riding for the Disabled Association aims to provide disabled people with the opportunity to ride and/or carriage drive to benefit their health and well-being.


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Registered charity
No. 1049030
Ripon Community Link

Ripon Community Link was established in 1990 and is a leading provider of innovative support services for people with learning disabilities. We are a registered charity managed by a board of trustees.


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Registered charity
No. 1121363
Riverside School Fund

It helps to advance the education and opportunities for its pupils with severe and profound and multiple learning difficulties by providing additional resources and activities.

Riverside School is a special school for approximately 184 pupils aged between 4 - 19 years in the London Borough of Bromley. The school has a diverse pupil population; all pupils have severe or profound learning difficulties, and some also have Autistic Spectrum disorders.


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Registered charity
No. 1088605
Rowdeford Charity Trust

Advancing education for children with complex learning difficulties.


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Registered charity
No. 325109
The Royal School for Deaf Children, Margate

The Royal School for Deaf Children, Margate and Westgate College aim to educate and care for d/Deaf children and young people, who have additional complex needs, for a positive future.


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Registered charity
No. 1062507
Royal School For The Deaf Derby

Royal School for the Deaf Derby is a non-maintained special school which provides education for deaf learners aged 3 to 19 in an environment which values British Sign Language as well as written and spoken English.


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Registered charity
No. 1017298
Rudgwick Primary School

Raising money to build a new classroom and relocate Rudgwick Pre-school to the school site.


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Registered charity
No. 1093006
Rutland House School for Parents

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


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Registered charity
No. 1113252
Shalom Place

To help children and young people with autism embrace life by working closely with their families in respecting, nurturing, teaching and challenging them


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Registered charity
No. 287785
Shaw Trust

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


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Registered charity
No. 269962
Shrubberies School PTA

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


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Registered charity
No. 269962
Shrubberies School PTA

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


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Registered charity
No. 1112615
SITSE

SITSE promotes the inclusion of children and young people with Special Educational Needs (SEN) into society through international, mainstream and special education. SITSE aims to help local as well as international families transferring to London in finding the most suitable school and therapy placement for their children.


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Registered charity
No. 1101572
SKIDZ

Training young people for employment in the motor trade.


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Registered charity
No. SC036783
Skin Care Campaign Scotland

SCCS campaigns to improve dermatology services for all people with skin diseases.


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Registered charity
No. 282754
The Snowdon Award Scheme

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


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Registered charity
No. 1110687
Snowflake School For Children With Autism

Snowflake School is a brand new Special School in the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea opened in September 2008. We are a small independent school that caters for a maximum of 15 children ranging from 5 years to 14 years with a diagnosis of Autism.

Snowflake school addresses each student?s special educational need through a very ?personalised? approach to learning using, Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA), Verbal Behaviour (VB) methodology and the National Curriculum.


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Registered charity
No. 1112475
SOS!SEN

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


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Registered charity
No. 1073689
Southfield Riding for the Disabled Group

Southfield Riding for the Disabled Group is based in Dorset and provides riding and vaulting lessons for disabled and handicapped children from local special schools during the week and for individual disabled and handicapped children on Saturdays (the only Riding for the Disabled Association weekend provision in Dorset).


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Registered charity
No. 1109054
Speakup

Speakup is a Charity employing people with learning disabilities. Services include film and media production, DVD+CD duplication, training, consultancy, advice on legislation, accessible information and resources, EasyRead documents and design service.


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Registered charity
No. 1025787
Springboard Opportunity Group

Springboard Opportunity Group is for children with additional needs aged 0-5, supporting their families across North Somerset. It offers play sessions at Clevedon; Weston super Mare and South Weston Children's Centre. Springboard has an Inclusion Service and Family Support Service. It is a Registered Charity and Company Limited by Guarantee.


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Registered charity
No. 309567
Springfield School PTA

Springfield Special School helps children & young people, between the ages of 3 & 16 who have profound and multiple physical & learning difficulties, using a high pupil to teacher ratio, and a varied curriculum, incorporating P scales hydrotherapy, horse riding sailing and inclusion.


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Registered charity
No. 311740
St Christopher's School (Bristol)

St Christopher's School is for children aged 5-19 who have severe and complex learning difficulties or profound and multiple learning difficulties. Many pupils have language and communication disorders, some have physical disabilities, and some display challenging behaviour. They all have very special requirements for their care and education.


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Registered charity
No. 1070379
St Francis Special School Lincoln

St Francis is a school for students with physical and medical disabilities.The school comprises of students ages 3 to 19 who require special educational provision. The vision of the school is to provide all students with broad and relevant curriculum. A great emphasis is placed on social and personel education as well as developing skills associated with gaining independence and self-advocacy.


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Registered charity
No. 235434
St Loye's Foundation

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


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Registered charity
No. 254402
St Luke's Hospice (Sheffield)

St Luke's is Sheffield's only hospice, offering specialist end of life care free of charge to people across the whole of Sheffield. St Luke's Hospice cared for more than 1,400 patients last year, providing care for the whole community from Stocksbridge to Swallownest, from Dore to Darnall. St Luke's cares for people in three main ways - the in-patient unit with its 30 beds, the Therapies and Rehabilitation Centre, which looks after the needs of our day patients, and our team of 11 community nurses, caring for people in their own homes. Every year St Luke's relies on the generosity of the people of Sheffield to help raise more than 4.5 million to keep the hospice open.


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Registered charity
No. 701081
St Wilfrid's PTA

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


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Registered charity
No. 252878
St. Joseph's School

St. Joseph's School is a co-educational residential and day school offering care and education for children with moderate to severe learning difficulties. The school works with parents to create a stable and caring environment for those learners with a range of disorders (including Autistic Spectrum Disorder) and the complex issues created with communication and behaviour.


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Registered charity
No. 252878
St. Joseph's School

St. Joseph's School is a co-educational residential and day school offering care and education for children with moderate to severe learning difficulties. The school works with parents to create a stable and caring environment for those learners with a range of disorders (including Autistic Spectrum Disorder) and the complex issues created with communication and behaviour.


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Registered charity
No. 1063143
Steps - Leicestershire Conductive Education Centre

STEPS is a countywide charity, providing specialist support to children with motor disorders, enabling them to lead fuller, more active lives. By helping the children develop their physical, emotional, spiritual and communication skills in a relaxed environment, STEPS eases their integration into school and their own communities.


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Registered charity
No. 1109453
The Suffolk Foundation

The Suffolk Foundation is dedicated to improving the quality of life for the people of Suffolk by providing grants to inspirational community groups and local charities. Part of the Community Foundation Network, it is a bridge between those who care to the causes that matter in Suffolk.


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Registered charity
No. 1089679
Sundowns

SUNDOWNS stands for Supporting, Understanding Needs od Down Syndrome. It is a Wirral based charity supporting 70 families across Merseyside who have a child with Down Syndrome


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Registered charity
No. 527552
Sunfield Children's Homes Limited

Sunfield is internationally renowned for its high quality innovative approaches to the education and care of children with severe learning disabilities and autistic spectrum disorders. The charity offers a wide range of services including specialised education and 52 week care, psychology and therapies, assessment and outreach, and family services. It also has a professional development centre and a research institute, and it produces a range of specialist books and literature.


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Registered charity
No. 1131099
Supporting Autistic Adults in Life

To promote and support the well being of adults with severe Autism. To improve the quality of life for them by teaching them life skills & providing opportunities to work . To provide facilities for day & residential care that will also offer respite for their families.


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Registered charity
No. 285543
The Surrey Care Trust

The Surrey Care Trust is a local charity for local people and communities. By supporting us you are helping to make Surrey a more caring place for people who are finding life tough. We provide life-changing opportunities to people of all ages through training and education and give practical help to families and individuals facing hardship in towns and villages in every part of the county. For more information go to www.surreycaretrust.co.uk Registered Charity No. 285543


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Registered charity
No. 1092930
SWANS

SWANS is a registered non profit making charitable organisation that provides educational, vocational and therapeutic services to physically and sensory impaired adults and their carers throughout Essex.


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Registered charity
No. 1120598
Swings and Smiles

Most families take recreational play for granted. For families of children with special needs, this is impossible for some and extremely difficult for most. The aim of Swings and Smiles is to provide a fun and safe facility where children can enjoy play appropriate to their needs and abilities.


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Registered charity
No. 1078995
Touch Trust Ltd

Providing creative, touch-based art of movement and dance programmes for individuals with autism, behaviour that challenges and profound and multiple disabilities. www.touchtrust.co.uk


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Registered charity
No. SC021851
Tourette Scotland

Provide information, advice and support for children and adults with TS. Raise awareness amongst public and professionals in Scotland. Produce newsletters, advice sheets and leaflets.


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Registered charity
No. 1063184
TreeHouse

Autism affects 1 in every 100 children. That means that every week, 115 of the babies born in the UK are likely to go on to receive a diagnosis of autism. Children with autism have profound difficulties with communication, imagination and social skills. Parents of children with autism are told that education is the only thing proven to unlock the potential of their children, offering them a better future. However there is a dire lack of both professionals with autism-specific training and specialist school places. TreeHouse exists to transform through education the lives of children with autism and the lives of their families. With your help we can educate children, support parents, train professionals and influence policymakers.

About Talk about Autism

Talk about Autism is a TreeHouse campaign which is supported by TalkTalk and which aims to increase public understanding of autism. TreeHouse is calling on everyone to find out more about how autism affects young people and their families by going to www.talkaboutautism.org.uk ? and then to join the conversation.


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Registered charity
No. 1092857
Treloar's

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


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Registered charity
No. 1107868
Twenty One and Co

We are a social and support group for children with Down syndrome and their families living South West London, Surrey and surrounding areas. We provide a range of services including social activities for families (coffee mornings, evening get togethers); children's parties; social communication and drama groups for our children with Down syndrome and an art group for their siblings; educational seminars for parents and professionals led by experts in Down syndrome; support for new parents and families with a pre-natal diagnosis. We welcome contact from families with a child with Down syndrome and from carers and professionals working with children with Down syndrome. You can visit our website at www.21andco.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 1106163
Twin Vision

More than just photography! Improving lives through animation, film and photography.


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Registered charity
No. 1124511
UK Autism Foundation

The UK Autism Foundation aims to help and support parents, carers,children and adults with autism and Asperger's Syndrome. The Foundation has three key strands - to build the first ever state of the art Autism Centre in London, to build an autism school and to launch initiatives to help the poor - families with autism who are below the poverty line.


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Registered charity
No. 1070807
The Unicorn School

The Unicorn School is a unique co-educational day school helping children with severe learning difficulties aged between 6 and 13 years. The school serves the counties of Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire and receives no government funding.


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Registered charity
No. N/A
University of Leicester

The University of Leicester Alumni Association provides financial support for student projects and student research activities that are not covered by the University's operating budget. Currently, it is raising funds by entering a team of students and staff in the 2006 Edinburgh Marathon to be held on Sunday 11th June. Eight runners will participate in this event and any support you may give will be greatly appreciated.


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Registered charity
No. XT22603
Via Wings

It provides resources for those in the community most in need.


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Registered charity
No. 311508
Warmley Park School (For Children With Severe Learning Difficulties) Parents, Staff And Friends Association

it helps raise money mainly for costly specialist equipment particarly in the play and recreational areas of the school, that otherwise may not be provided out of normal school funds. The children at the school have already benefited greatly from items already purchased but there is still a great deal to do


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Registered charity
No. 1127029
Watchtree Nature Reserve & The Watchtree Wheelers

Specialist in providing cycling opportunities for disabled and disadvantaged people in a safe and natural environment


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Registered charity
No. 1097285
West Berkshire Down's Syndrome Group

The West Berkshire Down's Syndrome Group is a small charity based in West Berkshire. It is made up of parents and carers of whose with Down's Syndrome, who pull their knowledge and experience together to support others.


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Registered charity
No. 1076658
West Berkshire Mencap

As a local charity, West Berkshire Mencap provides services to improve the lives and opportunities for people with a learning disability, to enable them to fulfill their potential in life. This could vary from providing sports, leisure and drama activities, through to finding suitable employment and developing independent living skills.


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Registered charity
No. 1058937
West Of England School For Children With Little Or No Sight

The West of England School and College is a registered charity that is the leading regional centre for the education and care of blind and visually impaired children and young people, many of whom also have a range of additional disabilities. This includes young people from 5 ? 22 years old with cerebral palsy, hearing impairments, autistic spectrum disorders and physical disabilities. Each student who attends the West of England School and College is referred by his or her Local Authority or the Learning and Skills Council. A fee is paid by the authority to cover teaching, care and health requirements. However the fees paid are insufficient to cover the full cost of the student?s requirements as well as some of our more innovative teaching and learning. Parts of the service we offer do not receive any funding at all. Your generous support helps us to provide the best education and care for our visually impaired and blind students. Thank you.


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Registered charity
No. 1083024
Whoopsadaisy

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


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Registered charity
No. 1013782
WHSmith Group Charitable Trust

The WHSmith Trust has two principal objectives: - To support the local communities in which WHSmith staff and customers live and work and; - To support education and lifelong learning, helping people of any age to achieve their educational potential.


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Registered charity
No. 1072977
Windmills Opportunity Playgroup

Windmills Opportunity Playgroup specialises in helping children with additional needs in the age group of birth to 5yrs. In its friendly supportive and stimulating environment, under the supervision of trained staff, it helps develop the child's own potential and prepare wherever possible his/her entry into a mainstream playgroup or school.

www.windmillsplaygroup.co.uk


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Registered charity
No. 327713
The Wingate Centre

TThe Wingate Special Children?s Trust is an independent Charity devoted to enriching the lives of children and young people with all levels of disability or who are disadvantaged, through short term residential breaks at its specialist Centre and the use of its 7,000sq ft fully equipped gymnasium.


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Registered charity
No. 1007878
Wirral Autistic Society

WAS provides residential and day care services to 115 adults with autism. People with autism can feel overwhelming frustration and anxiety and often need life long support from places like WAS. Services focus on encouraging independence and the development of life skills to help clients achieve their full potential.


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Registered charity
No. 1118663
Wishing Well House

Wishing Well House aims to launch the first arts based school providing one to one education for children with autism. The focus will be on music and movement as this has been proven as a positive way in which children with autism can communicate and improve verbal skills and social interaction.


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Registered charity
No. SCO 37778
Wiston Lodge

Wiston Lodge provides Personal, Social and Emotional Development residential and day programmes for groups of young people and vulnerable adults, tailored to suit their individual needs, in an emotionally secure environment. Wiston Lodge also provides a venue that welcomes many diverse groups running their own programmes.


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Registered charity
No. 207790
WKRS

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


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Registered charity
No. 278681
The Woodland Centre Trust- Camp Mohawk

The Trust exists to help young people recognise their abilities and worth. To help them understand their potential and encourage them to lead fulfilled and worthwhile lives. To broaden their educational and social knowledge; to equip them for full time employment and to make them positive members of society.


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Registered charity
No. SC002538
The Yard

The Yard aims to provide children and young people with additional support needs and their siblings the chance to experience creative and adventuous indoor and outdoor play in a well supported environment


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Registered charity
No. 283370
Yate Opportunity Group

A specialised pre-school that caters for children with and without additional needs and enables them to play and learn safely together.


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Registered charity
No. 1098203
Young Enterprise South West

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


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Registered charity
No. 313697
Young Enterprise UK

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


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