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Children's charities: Disability
Support the mobility and education programmes that give disabled children a better start in life.

Registered charity
No. 1087615
1Voice

1Voice provides a network of information and support for children (and their family) who cannot speak and who use communication aids. Such a communication disability can be isolating for the child and their whole family. 1Voice seeks to help families overcome this isolation by setting up support networks that allow families to share ideas, information, and to support each other.


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Registered charity
No. Exempt
24th Tottenham Scout Group

A Scout troop for girls and boys with special needs.


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Registered charity
No. 1091657
2CR FM Help A Local Child

Help A Local Child, the very own charity of 2CR FM, awards grants to groups working with children in the local area. HALC raises money by holding events throughout the year in association with the radio station, including Film Premiere's, Fundraising Dinners, sponsored abseils, and sponsored running events.


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Registered charity
No. 1089505
A Call to Business


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Registered charity
No. 1124988
A Wa Po

A Wa Po - Yoruba for 'we are together' - is a charitable organisation that was set up to build a future for physically disabled children in Nigeria. A Wa Po's school will offer physically disabled children free primary education followed by vocational training in Information Technology, in order to equip these children with the necessary tools for employment.


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Registered charity
No. 326859
AbleChildAfrica

AbleChildAfrica exists to improve the lives of the estimated 50m children and young people who are living with disability in Africa. We do this by supporting partner organisations to carry out life changing work with them. We think disabled children and disabled young people should be allowed to decide what changes they would like to see, so we make sure that the organisations which we work with actively involve disabled children and young people in their decision making. We have been working in East Africa for the past twenty years and during that time have affected the lives of over 250,000 disabled children and young people. We are currently working in Uganda and Kenya and hope to expand our work to other African countries in the future. The programmes we run include rehabilitative healthcare, inclusive education, parents support groups, children's after school clubs and campaigning work which seeks the full inclusion of disabled children and disabled young people in policy and practice everywhere we work.


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Registered charity
No. 1094736
Accuro (Care Services)

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


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Registered charity
No. 1094736
Accuro (Care Services)

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


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Registered charity
No. 1040868
ACE Centre Advisory Trust

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


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Registered charity
No. 1068841
Action For Kids

Action For Kids is a national charity that helps disabled children and their families by offering mobility aids, personal support, practical advice and independence training. Each month an average 100 children and young people are waiting for the help and aid that can change their lives.


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Registered charity
No. 1064327
Action for Russia's Children (ARC)

Action for Russia's Children [ARC] is a UK-registered charity that operates in Moscow, Russia. We raise almost all of our funds ourselves and from this we award annual grants to 9 independent Russian NGO's, all of which were originally set up by, and are run by Russians. These organisations offer a much-needed alternative to the system of State care for disabled and under-privileged children, young adults and their families. We are staffed entirely by volunteers, we pay no salaries and do not run an office which means we can guarantee that 100% of your donation will go directly to the projects that we currently support. Please see our website for details of the projects we support at: www.actionarc.com


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Registered charity
No. 1121187
ActOne ArtsBase

ActOne ArtsBase is an inclusive arts organization delivering a wide range of performing and visual arts activities in Hertfordshire. We are proud to be a fully inclusive organisation. Inclusion means welcoming individuals at all skill levels, with and without disabilities - without exception


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Registered charity
No. 206809
Actors' Charitable Trust

The Actor's Charitable Trust provides grants and support for actors' children with special needs, up to the age of 21.


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Registered charity
No. 1026049
Advance

The Scotson Technique is a unique, deeply restorative rehabilitation therapy for children and young adults with cerebral palsy, brain injury or brain abnormality. The Technique develops the pattern of recovery by addressing deep core weaknesses within the micro-circulation of the respiratory system which affects structure, metabolism and motor and cognitive function.


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Registered charity
No. 1045617
Afasic

Afasic represents children and young adults with speech and language impairments, their parents and carers. Afasic operates a UK wide telephone helpline and produces information and literature for parents and professionals. It organises workshops, conferences and seminars and has field officers and local groups for parent support.


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Registered charity
No. 507239
Age Concern Gwynedd a Mon

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


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Registered charity
No. 1084122
The AHOY Centre

At AHOY we use the medium of sailing to break down many of the barriers and divides that exist within today's society, to bring together people from different walks of life and backgrounds.

Through the activities and courses at AHOY, we teach and train people not only how to sail or row, but also about helping others, so that they can then go on to teach and help others.

Our primary objective is working with disadvantaged youth and people with disabilities, however, the Centre caters for all - young, disabled and retired alike. It offers them all the experience, opportunities and new horizons gained through water-based activities.


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Registered charity
No. XT22583
Aid To Georgia

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


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Registered charity
No. 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. 1000402
Albrighton Trust, Moat & Gardens

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


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Registered charity
No. 1106008
ALD Life

ALD Life is a charity dedicated to eradicating adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) and supporting the families involved. Adrenoleukodystrophy is a rare, terminal brain disorder which affects apparently healthy young boys. Onset of symptoms is followed by loss of all function within six months and death usually by teenage. There is no cure.


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Registered charity
No. 1126533
Al-Isharah

To make Islamic education accessible and possible for the Deaf community. Our organisation aims to break down complex Islamic concepts and Quranic Arabic into a format that engages and works with Deaf educational needs.


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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. 1050503
The AMBER Trust

The AMBER Trust helps blind or partially sighted children who have a talent for music. AMBER knows that music is not only a source of great pleasure to these children, it also encourages learning and boosts their confidence. For them, music is not just a pastime ? it?s a lifeline.


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Registered charity
No. 1119746
Amy and Friends

'Amy and Friends' exists to help children who suffer from an illness called Cockayne Syndrome. There is currently no treatment available in the UK for Cockayne Syndrome. The charity helps to pay for travel and accomodation to Boston (USA) so that kids can receive treatment and take part in essential drugs trials to help with their illness.


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Registered charity
No. 1121464
Anna's Room

Anna was in the Wessex Neurological Centre at Southampton General Hospital for nearly 3 years suffering from encephalitis (her third episode). The charity's aim is to provide portable sensory equipment to aid recovery and sensory environments. Hence Anna's Room! The charity supports neurological recovery and rehabilitation wherever it is required.


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Registered charity
No. SC014665
Archway

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


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Registered charity
No. 1118485
Archway Project

The Archway Project is a small charity based in Thamesmead, London. Established in 1982, we work to improve the lives of young people living in the city, including those at risk of anti-social behaviour. We also work with youngsters who may not be doing very well at school, either due to problems at home or because of mild learning difficulties like dyslexia.

Activities at the Archway Project centre on off road motorbike mechanics and riding. Young people learn the theory in the classroom which supports the practical mechanics they are taught in the workshop. Our members carry out simple repairs through to complete engine rebuilds, and maintain our fleet of motorbikes that are used during off road riding trips.

We also teach cooking and photography, and arrange trips to motorsport events such as the Weston Beach Race and British Motocross Grand Prix, so that our members can watch their sporting heroes in action. Through all of these activities, we equip young people with both qualifications and life skills to help them lead meaningful futures.

We're currently hoping to raise 10,000 towards a camping and off-road motorbike riding residential trip for our young members. To find out more visit http://www.justgiving.com/Archway-Project-Residential-Appeal-2010/

Address: The Archway Project, PO Box 3974, London, SE2 9YB Telephone: 020 8310 1730


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Registered charity
No. SC039427
Artism

Artism is a local art group run for children and thier families, whose lives are affected by Autism. Artism offers a unique opportunity for childer with autism to meet up with friends while enjoying the therapeutic benefits of Art. While offering a support network for their parents and brothers and sisters.


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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. 249338
ASBAH - Association For Spina Bifida And Hydrocephalus

ASBAH is a registered charity, which was formed in 1966, initially to help families and individuals affected by spina bifida and hydrocephalus.

Today ASBAH is a community of individuals, families and friends, as well as professional - sharing achievements , challenges and information on living with hydrocephalus or spina bifida, and related issues.

Please note that affiliated Local Associations are registered charities in their own rights. Any money raised using the ASBAH brand and registered charity number 249338 will remain with ASBAH and cannot be transferred.


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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. 1127687
Ashdown Forest RDA Group

It is a small and relatively new group but already busy with young disabled children wishing to ride.


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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. 1057894
Association of Wheelchair Children - 'Go Kids Go'

The Association of Wheelchair Children provides wheelchair skills training to enable independent mobility for young wheelchair-users and advice, advocacy and support for them and their families. They work throughout the British Isles and their courses are both practical and fun. Families are always encouraged to join in.


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Registered charity
No. 1083059
ASTO

ASTO is the umbrella body for organisations providing personal development through adventure at sea, particularly for the young, disadvantaged and disabled. ASTO represents Sail Training centrally, organises training, youth events such as races, and provides bursaries to offset voyage fees


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Registered charity
No. 1105528
Ataxia-Telangiectasia Society

Ataxia-Telangiectasia is a rare inherited condition which affects children. It is a progressive disease which starts in early childhood, and causes severe disability and early death. The A-T Society provides support for those affected and their families and also funds research into the disease.


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Registered charity
No. 1087259
The Attlee Foundation

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


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Registered charity
No. 1095133
Auditory VerbalUK

Our results - and our children - speak for themselves! Auditory VerbalUK is the UK's only Centre for Auditory Verbal Therapy. Every day in Britain, two children are born with severe and permanent hearing impairment. This disability will leave many of these children isolated and failing to achieve their educational and social potential. Advances in hearing aid and cochlear implant technology, combined with AVT, enable children to learn how to listen, to understand what they are hearing and to speak for themselves. Please visit www.avuk.org to learn how you can help more children step into the hearing world.


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Registered charity
No. XR22944
Autism NI (PAPA)

Autism NI (PAPA) is Northern Ireland?s main autism charity. Formed in 1989 by a group of concerned parents and professionals, the charity supports a network of 17 branches and local support groups across Northern Ireland. We provide free advice and information, a helpline and support for parents and carers, an Autism library and a wide range of training courses throughout Northern Ireland.


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Registered charity
No. SC033523
Autism Treatment Trust

Autism Treatment trust is dedicated to helping individuals with autism reach optimum health and learning.


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Registered charity
No. 1089527
Autistic Society Greater Manchester Area

The Autistic Society Greater Manchester Area (ASGMA) provides a range of support services to people affected by Autism - including parents and carers support groups, telephone support, Parent Resource Information Packs, awareness events and Training. The Aspirations Project provides individual support and social engagement to people with Asperger Syndrome / Higher Functioning Autism.


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Registered charity
No. 326194
B.I.R.D Charity

B.I.R.D. helps children & adults with brain injury and learning difficulty achieve their potential through 'developmental reflexive rehabilitation'.


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Registered charity
No. 1072216
The Back-Up Trust

The Back-Up Trust is a national charity that supports people; young or old with spinal cord injury. Back-Up encourages self-confidence, independence and motivation following a traumatic life changing incident resulting in spinal cord injury. We also support friends, families and colleagues to encourage integration and promote disability awareness and collaboration.


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Registered charity
No. 216250, Scotland SC037605
Barnardo's

As one of the UK's leading children's charities, Barnardo?s believes in children regardless of their circumstances, gender, race, disability or behaviour. We believe in the abused, the vulnerable, the forgotten and the neglected. We will support them, stand up for them and bring out the best in each and every child. We do this because we believe in children.


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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. 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. 1084908
Batten Disease Family Association

Batten Disease is a group of rare, progressive neurodegenerative, genetic metabolic diseases that occur in children and adults worldwide. The BDFA's Vision is to bring light to Batten Disease by being the central point of excellence in the UK for supporting affected families and to facilitate research into the disease.


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Registered charity
No. 275419
Bedelsford School Association

It supports the pupils of Bedelsford School who suffer from physical diabilities and associated learning difficulties by providing additional facilities and equipment over and above that provided by the school itself.


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Registered charity
No. 207386
Bedford And District Cerebral Palsy Society

The society offers a wide range of support and services to people with Cerebral Palsy and associated disabilities their families and carers in North and Mid Bedfordshire. Services include school holiday play schemes, weekend activity clubs, grants for specialist equipment and holidays, information helpline, advocacy, carers groups, and voluntary opportunities.


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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. 1118345
Bhola's Children

Bhola's Children supports a home and a school for orphaned and disabled children on the island of Bhola in the Bay of Bengal, Southern Bangladesh. The charity also finances operations for cleft lips and palates and club feet. It is now raising money for a hostel to accommodate 50 children.


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Registered charity
No. 1057635
BIBIC - British Institute for Brain Injured Children

BIBIC exists to maximise the potential of children with conditions affecting their sensory, social, communication, motor and learning abilities including autism, ADHD, cerebral palsy and developmental delay.The charity works with children and their families to enable the child to develop and attain its true potential, whatever that may be. Individually tailored therapy programmes are devised and families are invited back at regular intervals.


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Registered charity
No. 275550
Bidwell Brook Special School PTFA

We raise money to provide extras and treats for the children which the normal budget cannot cover.


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Registered charity
No. 1090789
The Birmingham Association Of Youth Clubs

bayc creates opportunities for change in the lives of young people and their communities. We work directly with marginalised young people and support over 200 youth groups and projects in the West Midlands. Our vision is to work for a society that recognizes and enables young people as equal partners.


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Registered charity
No. 1011957
Blind in Business

Blind in Business helps young partially sighted and blind people into work through comprehensive training and employment services.

The training service works with 1000 school children each year to raise their future career aspirations. The employment services work with school leavers and graduates to help them into further education, to secure work experience or into their first career job. Blind in Business works with young people all over the UK, helping them to raise their confidence and compete equally for jobs with sighted candidates.


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Registered charity
No. 229663
Bobath Centre for Children with Cerebral Palsy

The Bobath Centre is world-renowned for the treatment of children with cerebral palsy. Our aim is to give children the opportunity to get the most out of life by improving their quality and range of movement. We treat 300 children a year and see the widest range of the condition in the UK.


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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. 1051292
Bolton Lads & Girls Club

The Lads & Girls Club is a Positive Place for Children and Young People. 3,000 Children and Young People use the Club every week. Some come just to enjoy the new facilities, for others the Club becomes a second home where they know they will always get a warm welcome and find a caring and supportive member of staff ready to help with any problems they may have.


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Registered charity
No. 1129992
The Boparan Charitable Trust

It is the Boparan Charitable Trust?s mission to enrich the lives of children who are disadvantaged through poverty, disability and terminal illness.


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Registered charity
No. 1014622
Bradford Disability Sport and Leisure

Provision of sport and leisure for adults and children in The Bradford District


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Registered charity
No. 1073238
The Brainwave Centre Ltd

Brainwave, established in 1982,supports brain injured children from throughout the UK. It provides home based programmes of rehabilitation Families stay at the Centre, whilst the child is fully assessed. Exercises are prescribed which are taught to the parents. Children are reassessed at intervals of six months.


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Registered charity
No. SC024371
Bravehearts Childrens Trust

It helps children who are terminally ill, chronically sick, disabled or disadvantaged-


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Registered charity
No. 1129759
Breakaway

Breakaway are the UK's only residential weekend activity breaks designed for young people aged 4-18 with bowel and /or bladder diversions/dysfunctions, and their families. Breakaway offers the opportunity to meet others in similar situations, to talk, share experiences and to take part in confidence building action adventure activities.


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Registered charity
No. 1125330
Breathtakers

Breathtakers is the UK's only charity supporting Obliterative Bronchiolitis(OB)- a rare lung disorder. Breathtakers offers pratical and emotional support to sufferers and their families and raises awarenes of the condition amongst professionals.OB is life limiting, treatment is only supportive, lung transplant maybe an option in end stage disease.


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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. 1104609
Bristol Area Downs Syndrome Support

The Charity provides support for families in the Bristol area who have children with Downs Syndrome. This includes assisting new parents and helping them to understand that the arrival of a child with Downs Syndrome is not the end of the world. A range of events and outings are organised throughout the year including a subsidised annual holiday and a very popular annual Christmas party.


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Registered charity
No. 1089609
The British Porphyria Association

It aims to improve the understanding of Porphyria, by reaching out to patients, relatives, doctors and medical staff, etc. Early diagnosis is vital if we are to improve the quality of life for those affected by it. It also provides a social support system for sufferers and their families


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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. 1002032
Bromley Autistic Trust

Bromley Autistic Trust is committed to improving the quality of life of people of all ages with an Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and supporting those who care for them. It provides assistance both for families with an autistic child and adults with autism or Asperger Syndrome.


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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. 1073559
Buckingham & Greenacres RDA

Buckingham & Greenacres RDA provide several riding lessons for pupils from schools in Milton Keynes, as well as Saturday sessions for individual riders from the local area. Through the commitment of volunteers, RDA enables people with disabilities to ride to benefit their health and wellbeing and to achieve their goals.


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Registered charity
No. 1121458
Building for the future Wokingham

Parent led building for the future is aiming for a purpose built building for all the disabled children in the Wokingham borough where the children and their families can go , where they can feel accepted understood and valued.


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Registered charity
No. 1121458
Building for the future Wokingham

Parent led building for the future is aiming for a purpose built building for all the disabled children in the Wokingham borough where the children and their families can go , where they can feel accepted understood and valued.


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Registered charity
No. 1129778
The Bulgarian Abandoned Childrens Trust

The Bulgarian Abandoned Childrens Trust aims to challenge the standards of social care in Bulgaria and promote the practice of community based care for all disabled children and adults.


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Registered charity
No. SC033174
Butterfly Trust (Cystic Fibrosis)

The Butterfly Trust provides support to people with Cystic Fibrosis. This life limiting condition causes chronis lung disease and digestive problems. People with Cystic Fibrosis require intensive, exhausting and expensive treatment administrered at home. Our services improve quality of life by alleviating the physical, emotional and financial burden of care.


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Registered charity
No. 1005776
Calvert Trust Exmoor

Calvert Trust Exmoor is an outdoor activity centre for people with disabilities. Its specially adapted facilities aim to challenge disability through outdoor adventure and enable people of all ages and with all types of disability to benefit from the Calvert Experience, an opportunity that leads to real personal achievement. Activities such as horse riding, carriage driving, abseiling, climbing, canoeing, kayaking, sailing, archery and orienteering are all offered at our 40 acre site, along with caring qualified staff to ensure visitors have a safe and enjoyable experience.


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Registered charity
No. 511851
Calvert Trust Kielder

It enables people with physical, sensory and learning disabilities along with their families and friends, to achieve their potential through the challenge of outdoor adventure. By using specialist equipment and employing specially trained activity and care staff, Calvert Trust Kielder helps people to develop the self confidence to embrace the challenges of everyday life.


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Registered charity
No. 1045987
Cambridge Joint Playschemes

The Charity provides holiday playschemes for children with severe learning disabilities. The children are given the opportunity to experience leisure activities the same as children who do not have disabilities. In addition their families receive some respite from caring. The children enjoy themselves in a caring and safe environment.


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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. 214131
Cardiff Institute For The Blind, Incorporated

The Cardiff Institute for the Blind provides direct services and aid to visually impaired people throughout the Counties of Cardiff and the Vale of Glamorgan. It also supports individuals throughout South Wales through contact at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff


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Registered charity
No. 1072199
Care For Children

Placing orphans into good families! Grassroots projects with local families in China.


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Registered charity
No. 1071963
Careducation Trust Ltd

It assists disabled & disadvantaged children including: Child Welfare Getting the street children off the streets Freeing children from child labour Providing education amongst children & young persons Vocational Training Providing grants for higher education


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Registered charity
No. SC025317
Cash For Kids - Northsound Radio

Cash for Kids is the Northsound Radio listeners charity. It raises money to give grants to disabled and disadvantaged children within the Northsound transmission area of North-east Scotland.


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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. 1079770
Caudwell Children

Caudwell Children transforms the lives of sick and disabled children across the UK. The Charity provides equipment, treatment and therapies to individual children. Our Destination Dreams programme provides an organised holiday for children fighting life threatening conditions. The Charity has changed the lives of children with over 160 different medical conditions.


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Registered charity
No. 1107162
Celebrate The Children UK

Raising money to support autistic children


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Registered charity
No. 1089812
Cerebra-For brain injured children and young people

Cerebra is a National charity which works to ensure that up to date, evidence based information is available to parents and carers of these special children. Cerebra have 4 main aims To fund research, share information, support parents and carers and offer direct financial support and help to brain injured children through the grants scheme. All of Cerebra's services are free.


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Registered charity
No. 1122062
CFM Radio?s Cash for Kids

CFM Radio?s Cash for Kids (formerly Help A CFM Child) supports the thousands of children across Cumbria and Southwest Scotland who suffer abuse or neglect, are disabled and have special needs or who simply need extra care or guidance. We are tuned into the region and provide a helping hand when and where it is needed most.


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Registered charity
No. 1060714
Challenging Behaviour Foundation

The Challenging Behaviour Foundation (CBF) is a UK wide charity which provides information and support to families and professionals caring for individuals with severe learning disabilities, who are described as having challenging behaviour.

The CBF was founded twelve years ago by a parent carer Vivien Cooper: "When our son Daniel was diagnosed with Cri du Chat Syndrome, the only information given was a single sheet of paper. This wasn't much help when Daniel was pulling the curtains down, ripping his mattress open and eating the stuffing, or banging his head. With specialist help, children like Daniel can learn ways to communicate that mean they don't need to resort to challenging behaviour. Frustrated that this specialist understanding had not reached us sooner when we needed it, I set up the foundation in order to provide information and support to other families caring for individuals with severe learning disabilities"

The CBF provides a range of resources on issues surrounding challenging behaviour and actively campaigns at national policy level. Resources are free to parent carers.

"Our aim is for children and adults with severe learning disabilities, who are described as having challenging behaviour, having the same life opportunities as everyone else, including home life, education, employment and leisure"

For more information visit our website:

www.challengingbehaviour.org.uk

Email: [email protected]

Tel: 01634 838739


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Registered charity
No. 1114429
Champneys Charitable Foundation

Champneys Charitable Foundation wants to make a difference to children and adults suffering from any form of disability. It will support individuals as well charities in need of specialist equipment by making donations for specific projects.


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Registered charity
No. XT21920
Change Through Challenge

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


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Registered charity
No. 1042953
CHARGE Family Support Group

A parent run group providing support and information to families where there are children born with CHARGE Syndrome or to individuals with the condition also to professionals who work with these families or individuals.


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Registered charity
No. 1126241
Charley Paige Trust

The Trust supports sick children/young people with a life limiting illness or permanent disability, and their families, by awarding grants. They help with funding towards educational / medical equipment, travel costs, and towards much needed holidays and many other things that enhance their lives.


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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. 1059832
Chernobyl Children's Project (Uk)

It provides recuperative holidays for children from Chernobyl contaminated areas. It initiates projectsin Belarus to improve the lives of children with special needs. It delivers humanitarian aid to Belarus. It provides support for children with cancer including hospice care. It organises child care training programmes.


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Registered charity
No. 800222
Cherry Trees

Cherry Trees provides home from home respite care for children and young people with severe learning and physical disabilities. We recognise that these children are best looked after at home but, because of their very special needs, they require very special care, often 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

It?s not surprising then that from time to time both they and their families need a break. Cherry Trees is that special place, providing professional care in a safe and loving environment, where every child is valued for who they are. It is a community that values them and enables them to spend time with friends whilst their families have a much-needed break.

Founded in 1980 by a group of parents and doctors, Cherry Trees has become a lifeline for the families of more than100 children and young people who are regularly cared for here ? for a few hours, a weekend or even a couple of weeks.


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Registered charity
No. 1012369
Chickenshed

Chickenshed has a simple aim - to produce original and exciting theatre, working from the premise that the performing arts belong to everyone who wishes to get involved.


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Registered charity
No. 1113326
Child Brain Injury Trust

The Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT) is a UK wide charity providing support, information and training on childhood acquired brain injury (ABI). Working in partnership with children, their families, carers, professionals and policy makers, CBIT aims to improve the quality of life for all children with an acquired brain injury.


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Registered charity
No. 1103052
Child Concern Consortium

Child Concern Consortium is a group of five charities supporting children who need help throughout the UK. So, your gift works five times harder, helping children with disabilities; those waiting for hospital treatment; children needing new permanent or temporary families, and those who need safe places to go after school.


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Registered charity
No. 274325
Child Growth Foundation

The CGF is the UK's leading charity seeking to ensure that every child's growth is regularly assessed and every identifiable growth-related abnormality is immediately referred to an endocrine specialist. Conditions within the CGF: Growth Hormone Insufficiency&MPHD/Turner Syndrome/ Russell Silver Syndrome&IUGR/Sotos Syndrome/Bone Dysplasia/Premature Sexual Maturation.


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Registered charity
No. 1090039
Child of Lebanon

CHILD OF LEBANON'S MISSION IS TO ASSIST SELECTED CHILD CARING NGOS ACCROSS LEBANON IN THEIR EFFORT FOR THE RELIEF OF POVERTY, DISTRESS AND SUFFERING AND THE PROTECTION OF THE GOOD HEALTH AND THE ADVANCEMENT OF EDUCATION OF CHILDREN IN NEED


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Registered charity
No. 1080536
Childlife

Childlife is a consortium of four children's charities - the National Deaf Children's Society, Acorns Children's Hospice, Ataxia UK, and the National Children's Bureau. The Childlife charities support children from all walks of life across the UK who face constant challenges in their daily lives from disability, serious illness or exceptional social circumstances.


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Registered charity
No. 1001327
Children in Distress

Children in Distress, a dynamic UK registered charity that cares for Europes forgotten children who are abandoned, terminally ill, in need of care and support. Through hospices,children's centre's, medical care, therapy, practical support and learning opportunities each child is helped to overcome the great challenges.


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Registered charity
No. 1088785
Children of Fire International

Children of Fire sources medical treatment and provides education, care, and support for child burn survivors like these from South Africa and beyond.


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Registered charity
No. 1037402
Children Today

Children Today provides grants for vital, life-changing equipment for children and young people with sickness and disability across the UK. Our aim is to ensure that every disabled child and young person fulfils their potential and leads an active childhood.


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Registered charity
No. 1062151
Children With Special Needs Foundation

Established in 1995 to help children with special needs in the Surrey, Hampshire and Berkshire region. Special Needs can be defined as a child that needs help or a group of children that need help, a child with a terminal illness or a with a special talent. Unlike many charities it operates with no admin expenses and all monies raised are utilised to support the children or their families.


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Registered charity
No. 518786
Childrens Aid Committee

The Childrens Aid committee was formed in 1987. The aim of the Charity was and still remains (20 years later) to help underprivileged, needy and poorly children largely throughout the North of England although latterly our geographical area has spread somewhat.


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Registered charity
No. 1121682
Children's Burns Foundation

Where scars don?t limit.

The Children?s Burns Foundation is a Manchester-based charity which helps rebuild the lives of burn-injured children and their families.

By directly funding psychological and physical rehabilitation initiatives we help them know they are not alone.

Please visit www.cbf-uk.org for more information


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Registered charity
No. 1004200
Childrens Chronic Arthritis Association

Established in 1992 the CCAA is a national charity which provides a support network for children with arthritis and their families. The CCAA's family weekend brings together medical professionals and families from all over the UK to share information and advice through workshops, talks and fun activities.


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Registered charity
No. 1000013
The Children's Foundation

The Children's Foundation raises essential funds for medical and lifestyle research to combat childhood diseases and conditions such as cerebral palsy and autism. It supports NHS service delivery and a number of innovative, community-based projects designed to improve and protect the health and well-being of children and young people. Through its partnership programmes, it strives to help children in North East England but ultimately children everywhere.


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Registered charity
No. 1110340
Children's Happy Hospital Fund

It aims to raise money to help improve the facilities and the services available to all children and young people, both in hospital and at home.


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Registered charity
No. 1120557
Children's Heart Federation

1 in every 125 children is born with a heart defect. Our vision is of a society in which all children with congenital heart disease can live life to the full because their medical, educational and social needs have been met.


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Registered charity
No. 1060409
Childrens Hope Foundation

Childrens Hope Foundation endeavours to improve the quality of life for children and young people affected by illness, disability or poverty in a responsive and age-appropriate manner. Its activities are geared towards enhancing the concept of opportunity, recognizing that children are defined individually and should not be further disadvantaged by their illness, disability or situation. It will always work with, and on the advice of, those individuals and organisations referring the children for assistance, to ensure that the children's needs are met in a caring, responsive, practical and friendly manner.


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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. 1126212
Child's i Foundation

Child's i Foundation aims to build a transitional home in Uganda to provide a safe haven and life saving medical care for abandoned, orphaned, vulnerable babies with the aim of resettling children back into loving families.


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Registered charity
No. 1106601
Chilli Children Trust

The Chilli Children of Rukungiri (Uganda) Trust is a very small, registered UK charity (no. 1106601) which was set up to help orphaned and disabled children in rural Uganda. The Children's Project helps 3,000 orphans and 2,000 disabled children in the rural areas around Rukungiri.


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Registered charity
No. 1123584
The Chiswick Park Communities Trust

The Chiswick Park Communities Trust aims to help young people up to the age of 21 by relieving poverty and sickness, promoting education and supporting people with disabilities.


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Registered charity
No. 1002463
Christopher Place, The Speech, Language and Hearing Centre

Christopher Place, the Speech, Language and Hearing Centre, provides early intervention programmes for babies and children under 5, who have hearing impairment or delay in speech, language and communication. They are 'Helping Children Speak for Themselves' through assessments, a specialist nursery school, parent and child groups and a therapy clinic.


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Registered charity
No. 1121872
The Cicely Foundation

The Cicely Foundation exists for deprived, vulnerable and needy children in both the United Kingdom and throughout the world to help overcome some of their difficulties. The main focus of the Foundation involves supporting work linked to education, health and well-being.


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Registered charity
No. 1104342
CKDCF

The Charlie and Kathleen Dunnery Children's Fund (CKDCF) was formed in 2002 with the sole aim of raising funds for children's health, wellness and educational needs in and around the Cumbria area. The CKDCF is a unique organization in that it has no paid members.


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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. 1108160
Cleft Lip And Palate Association

Clapa is a support organisation for all those with and affected by cleft lip and palate. One in 700 children are born with this condition - about 1,000 a year in the UK. CLAPA provides information, advice and one to one support through its national network of branches. It also runs confidence-building camps for children and distributes bottles and teats for babies born with cleft lip and palate.


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Registered charity
No. 1118241
Clwyd Special Riding Centre

CSRC benefits over 200 people, with additional needs, each week, through riding, carriage driving + equestrian vaulting. It uniquely has facilities for residential riding holidays attendees gain huge social, physical and mental benefits. CSRC relies on volunteers for manpower and fund-raising.


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Registered charity
No. 253241
Coombe Trust Fund

For over 50 years it has provided holidays and respite to needy and/or disabled children. It has 5 holiday homes in Westgate, Kent and a respite home in south-east London.


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Registered charity
No. 1123858
Cornwall Down's Syndrome Support Group

The Cornwall Down's Syndrome Support Group is run by parents to help families affected by Down's syndrome living in Cornwall. We offer families a chance to meet, socialise and share information, friendship and support. We organise fun days out, trips away and challenging fund raising activities.


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Registered charity
No. 1041434
CPC (Kent) Care and Learning Services

CPC helps pre school children who have Cerebral Palsy achieve their full physical, mental and social potential using "Conductive Education". This service is FREE. CPC offers "Care in the community" enabling Elderly and disabled of all ages to retain their independence. The "Day Centre" for the elderly and disabled gives a welcome break from the confines of home. The "Life Skills Group" enables young adults to explore their potential and live as independently as possible, learning new skills and making friends in a safe environment.


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Registered charity
No. 1073747
Cranleigh RDA

It offers disabled adults and children in the area (Surrey) the opportunity to ride horses. This is therapeutic - both mentally and physically - and it's fun! We operate thanks to a large number of volunteers. The money we raise goes towards the upkeep of the horses and the stables.


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Registered charity
No. 1044942
The Cri Du Chat Syndrome Support Group

It provides support and information for parents, familes and carers and raises awareness of the syndrome amongst the medical profession. Actively involved in raising funds to promote and provide research into the Syndrome. Organises annual Conference and forwards bi-annual newsletters


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Registered charity
No. SC017522
Crossroads (Lewis)

Crossroads (Lewis) provides trained Care Attendants to - relieve stress on those who are caring for all age groups of people with physical, mental or sensory impairment. care in certain circumstances for those who live alone and struggle with illhealth or loneliness.


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Registered charity
No. 1076375
Crossroads Care Bexley

Its aim is to enable Carers in Bexley to have a break from their caring responsibilities; it does this by providing trained Care Support Workers who look after the cared for person in their home or take the person out while the carer has a break from their caring responsibilities.


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Registered charity
No. 1094267
Crossroads Care South East Suffolk

Crossroads Care is Britain's leading provider of support for carer's and the people they care.


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Registered charity
No. 1072226
Crusader Foundation

In partnership with Coventry Crusaders Basketball Club, the Foundation aims to promote the development of basketball in the community and improve young peoples lives through sport. Coaching is done in schools, in the community, within the wheelchair basketball academy, and national league youth teams. The Foundation is guided by Christian beliefs, but aims to provide sport participation for all.


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Registered charity
No. 1109792
Daisy Chain Project Teesside

Daisy Chain supports and helps families/carers who are affected by autism. Daisy Chain is raising funds to build a respite centre for children with autism. It is based on a 5.5-acre farm in the North East and has already developed an animal petting farm, sensory gardens, play area, horticultural area and wetland area.


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Registered charity
No. 306948
Dame Hannah Rogers School

Dame Hannah Rogers Trust delivers the very best education and care in the UK for young people with profound physical disabilities and communication needs. The Trust also provides respite care, in a dedicated Respite Centre, for young people both from families living locally and nationally.


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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. 516733
Dee Banks School Charity Association

Dee Banks School is a school for Children with profound and severe learning difficulties. As part of our adventure playground project we are trying to complete the 3rd phase providing the children with a cycle track and secure bike shed.


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

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


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Registered charity
No. 1008128
DEMAND (Design And Manufacture For Disability)

In the UK over 10 million people have disabilities. DEMAND designs and makes equipment for individuals, often with profound multiple disabilities, using the skills of experts to fulfil each particular need. DEMAND needs YOUR help to create these little miracles for them. For further information visit www.demand.org.uk


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Registered charity
No. 1045970
Diamond Centre For Disabled Riders

The Diamond Centre is a registered charity providing unique facilities to benefit disabled children and adults by having regular contact with horses. It is widely recognised that riding helps disabled people both physically and mentally - and remarkable improvements achieved by so many of those attending The Diamond Centre are proof of this.


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Registered charity
No. 299015
Dingley

Dingley Family and Specialist Early Years Centres provide a place where children, from birth to five years, with special needs and disabilities come to develop skills through therapeutic play. More than this, it is a place where their parents and carers are welcome, where they can make friends and share experiences.


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Registered charity
No. 1095134
Disability Challengers

All children need to play, but for disabled children it is essential to help them reach their full potential. Disability Challengers provides numerous play schemes for disabled children from across the South East. However, there are hundreds of children missing out every day and your gift can help them play.


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Registered charity
No. XR18844
Disability Sports NI

Disability Sports NI organises a range of projects and events, all designed to give people with physical, sensory and learning disabilities the opportunity to lead a fit and active lifestyle through sport and physical activity, as well as supporting the development of more talented disabled sports people.


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Registered charity
No. 1000532
DisCASS

Disabled Citizens Advice and Support Services helps disabled people, their families and carers with problems they face in day to day life.


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Registered charity
No. 282197
Diverse Abilities Plus

Diverse Abilities Plus is a charity working with children and adults with Cerebral Palsy who have physical and learning disabilities working in Poole, Bournemouth and Dorset.


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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. 1072888
Donna's Dream House

Provides free holidays for children with life-threatening illnesses and their families, and recently bereaved siblings


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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. 1055087
Downside Up

Since 1996 Downside Up, the British-Russian Charity, is the only organisation that provides early intervention services to Russian children with Down syndrome and supports their families. Every year about 2000 children with DS are born in Russia and 85% of them are abandoned due to out-dated medical and social views about their abilities. Downside Up is not funded by Russian government but all its services are free. Over a thousand children from all over Russia receive support from Downside Up annually.


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Registered charity
No. 1123662
The Dream Factory

IT RELIEVES THE SUFFERING OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE WITH LIFE LIMITING OR TERMINAL ILLNESSES OR SEVERE DISABILITIES BY GRANTING WISHES AND DREAMS IN ORDER TO BRING HAPPINESS AND JOY. FOR EXAMPLE IT PROVIDES TOYS AND GAMES, ORGANISES MEETINGS WITH A FAMOUS PERSON, AND CAN ARRANGE A TRIP OR A PARTY.


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Registered charity
No. 1035426
Dream-A-Way

Dream-A-Way is a non-profit charity providing holidays and outings to disabled people of all ages throughout the South-West of England.


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Registered charity
No. 1117303
Dreamflight

Dreamflight's aim is to take seriously ill and disabled children to Orlando for the holiday of a lifetime visiting the Theme Parks. To bring some fun and joy to these children whose illnesses cause pain, distress and disruption to their lives.


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Registered charity
No. SC038411
Dreamz4u

Founded in Scotland in 2007, Dreamz4u is a charity dedicated to granting the wishes of ill and long term disabled children. Help us make a dream come true.


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Registered charity
No. 328220
Duchenne Family Support Group

It helps families affected by Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy which is a muscle-wasting condition mainly affecting boys. The condition results in decreasing mobility and muscle strength with limited life expectancy (usually mid-20's). It provides helpline, support and social events


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Registered charity
No. 1120873
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Trust

The DMD Trust raises funds for research into cures for Duchenne & Becker Muscular Dystrophy. Duchenne is the UK's second most common inherited life-threatening disease.


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Registered charity
No. 1120873
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy Trust

The DMD Trust raises funds for research into cures for Duchenne & Becker Muscular Dystrophy. Duchenne is the UK's second most common inherited life-threatening disease.


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Registered charity
No. 1068077
The Ear Foundation

Established in 1989 to bring cochlear implantation for deaf children to the UK; cochlear implants give useful hearing to those unable to benefit from hearing aids. It provides long-term help for the child, family and supporting professionals. One half of profoundly deaf children in the UK now have cochlear implants.


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Registered charity
No. 1000929
The Ear Trust

The Ear Trust helps in the diagnosis and management of profoundly deaf babies, children and adults mainly in the North of England. It also supplies information on cochlear implantation for families and professionals, supports regular local and national workshops and aids development of assessment and rehabilitation materials.


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Registered charity
No. 1082340
East Lancashire Deaf Society

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


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Registered charity
No. 1055257
East London Cabbies Outing For Children with Disabilties

Helping disabled children from East london habe a fun day out to Maldon in Essex


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Registered charity
No. 1005124
The Edward Lloyd Trust

It helps people with learning disabilities lead an independent and full life


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Registered charity
No. 1127497
The Edward Starr Charitable Trust

The Edward Starr Charitable Trust exists to improve the lives of children in the UK and around the world by providing project based funding. The Trust aim to support initiatives that give benefit to children through education, healthcare, development or simply fun.


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Registered charity
No. 1077508
Elhap (A Special Needs Adventure Playground)

ELHAP is an adventure playground for children, young people and adults with disabilities. It helps families across North East London and Essex, receiving over 7000 visits a year.


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Registered charity
No. 1072874
The Elifar Foundation

The Elifar Foundation aims to help improve the quality of life of disabled children and adults by making grants for specialised equipment, therapies and respite, which cannot be funded by statutory means.


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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. 293835
The Elizabeth Foundation

The Elizabeth Foundation pre-school for deaf children and their families follows the "Multi Sensory Oral Approach", encouraging the development of speech, language and listening skills by using all of the child's senses in a natural, fun, child-centred environment.


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Registered charity
No. 1121426
ellies-haven cornwall

We will offer a short-break holiday service (non-medical) to children with life limiting,life threatening,and prolonged illnesses,and their families.offering wonderful surroudings,working in partnership with local attractions to offer "A SPECIAL PLACE FOR SPECIAL CHILDREN "


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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. XR33720
Enable NI

Enable aims to promote inclusion for people with a learning disability within society ; give support to individuals reducing the impact of disability on their lives ; focus on individual needs and aspirations and provide choices ; empower people with a learning disability to make decisions ; work in partnerships where needed to make these aims a reality


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Registered charity
No. 1036423
Erb's Palsy Group

Erb's Palsy Group offers advice and information on the injury Erb's Palsy / Obstectric Brachial Plexus Paralysis. This is done by giving support to parents, adults and children, putting parents in contact with each other, newsletters and informations leaflets and also holding annual events for families.


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Registered charity
No. 1001176
Essex Disabled Sports Foundation

It provides sporting facilities and opportunities for disabled children. The money raised is used to provide sports equipment, coaching and tuition, the hire of sports halls and the funding of outings and adventure type holidays.


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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. 1116203
extratime

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


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Registered charity
No. 1028896
Eyeless Trust For Young People And Children Born Without Eyes

The Eyeless Trust helps children born with anophthalmia (absence of eye/s), microphthalmia (small eye/s), or coloboma (part structure missing), and has 17 social workers who give counselling, support and advice. Grants may be given to assist with cost of hospital attendance, respite care, development of potential (i.e. piano, riding, swimming lessons, computers.)


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Registered charity
No. 1126073
Fair Mobility

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


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Registered charity
No. 1128629
Fairplay

Fairplay supports children and young people with disabilities and additional needs, and their families, across North Derbyshire.


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Registered charity
No. 1112464
Feet First

Feet First was founded in 2003 by Blackpool Victoria Hospital Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Steve Mannion. It's aims are to treat clubfoot in the developing world. It currently focuses its resources on two countries Malawi in Central Africa, and Laos in South East Asia. Please see the website for more information!


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Registered charity
No. 1117409
The Finlay Cooper Fund

The Fund raises money and awareness for children's charities and other deserving causes in the north of England.


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Registered charity
No. 1106002
First Step

First Step is an Opportunity Group for babies and pre-school children with special needs and disabilities, and their families, living in L.B.Havering. FS provides support, guidance and information and a vast array of early support services for the children enabling them to build and develop their early skills.


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Registered charity
No. 1104885
FLASH

The main objective of FLASH is to promote the relief of people with Autism (or other related conditions) and to provide relief for the families of such persons; and to advance the education of the public in all matters concerning Autism; It provides services to children with Autism who are in Havant or have been educated in the borough of Havant.


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Registered charity
No. 1119846
fly2help

Sharing Air Smiles! fly2help lifts the horizons of people of all ages, backgrounds and cultures through the medium of flight. We support those with life-limiting and chronic illnesses; families who have suffered some form of tragedy and those who are working to recover a sense of self-worth and need a life-boost. This includes those struggling to live with bereavement and disability, isolation or poverty and people who have suffered extreme neglect and abuse. An exhilarating flight gives our beneficiaries the chance to see the world from a new perspective leaving their worries on the ground.

The people with whom we work come from various backgrounds and face disadvantage in a variety of forms: social, economic, physical, educational and cultural.

Many are from areas of social deprivation, both urban and rural. They may be from troubled family backgrounds, and that includes those who are or have been in care or are victims of abuse. Some have emotional or behavioural problems, others live with learning difficulties and special educational needs.

By giving these people the opportunity to experience the liberation and freedom of flight, our team hopes to inspire and develop their imagination and to enhance their self-determination. The extra boost that comes from the freedom of the skies and the exhilaration of flight renews motivation, enthuses and increases long term self esteem and confidence.

Turning Ordinary Days into Extraordinary Adventure


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Registered charity
No. 1091012
FOBE

We provide fun and exciting experiences for children with special needs through after school clubs and weekend day care.


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Registered charity
No. 1120916
FoCT

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


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Registered charity
No. 1068467
FOCUS

FOCUS provides a range of personal development and volunteering opportunities for young people in the East Midlands.


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Registered charity
No. 1123440
Footsteps Foundation

Footsteps Foundation provides support to families attending the Footsteps Centre, Warborough, Oxon. The Footsteps Centre provides intensive therapy for disabled children with neurological disorders such as Cerebral Palsy and genetic disorders. These children will often be unable to sit, stand, crawl and walk without intensive therapy to maximise their physical & mental abilities.


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Registered charity
No. 1104291
For Life

For Life brings LIFE to disabled abandoned children in Thailand. It supports four daycare centres, a residential home for up to 50 children, and a project that works with 600 children in rural communities. Its vision is to see hope restored for these forgotten children of Thailand.


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Registered charity
No. 295873
The Foundation for Conductive Education

Conductive Education teaches children and adults with physical disabilities (cerebral palsy, dyspraxia, Parkinson's, multiple sclerosis, stroke and head injury) how to overcome their movement problems to lead more independent, dignified and fulfilled lives. FCE offers direct services for all ages, professional workshops and the BA (Hons) CE degree training conductors


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Registered charity
No. 1114639
Foundation for the Relief of Disabled Orphans

F.R.O.D.O. ?s (the Foundation for the Relief of Disabled Orphans, Registered Charity #1114639) aim is to improve the quality of life, and hope, for orphaned and abandoned children with disabilities in developing countries.


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Registered charity
No. 313007
The Frank Buttle Trust

Founded in 1937 and operational since 1953, the Frank Buttle Trust is the largest UK charity providing grant aid solely for individual children and young people in desperate need. Grants are made for Child Support, Educational Assistance and Support for Students and Trainees. For more information please visit our website: www.buttletrust.org


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Registered charity
No. 1122197
The Fred Foundation

It provides funding for the specialist education of autistic children.


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Registered charity
No. 1105104
Frenchay After Burns Children's Club

IT HELPS PROMOTE THE REHABILITATION AND THE RELIEF OF THE SUFFERING OF BURN INJURED CHILDREN AND CHILDREN WITH OTHER DISFIGUREMENTS (AND THEIR FAMILIES) WHO HAVE BEEN TREATED AT THE SOUTH WEST'S REGIONAL BURN UNIT CURRENTLY AT FRENCHAY HOSPITAL AND/OR LIVE IN THE CATCHMENT AREA FOR THE BURNS UNIT.


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Registered charity
No. 1118109
Fresh Start Foundation

FSF supports vulnerable children and communities who are living in poverty in The Gambia. FSF's main focus is to provide access to education and health care, provide resources, food provisions, clean water and sanitation.


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Registered charity
No. 1118109
Fresh Start Foundation

FSF supports vulnerable children and communities who are living in poverty in The Gambia. FSF's main focus is to provide access to education and health care, provide resources, food provisions, clean water and sanitation.


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Registered charity
No. 232689
Friends Of Alyn

To support the work of the Alyn Hospital, Paediatric and Adolescent Rehabilitation Centre, Jerusalem, one of the world’s leading specialists in the active and intensive rehabilitation of children, regardless of religion or ethnic origin, with a broad range of physical disabilities. Alyn is the only facility of its kind in Israel.


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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. 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. 515661
Friends of Lyndon House

Friends of Lyndon House raises money to support the work of the staff at Lyndon House - a home offering short respite breaks to children with profound learning and health needs. Friends of Lyndon have recently provided funds to refurbish the playground and to secure a new Variety Club Sunshine Coach.


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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. 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. 274349
The Friends Of The Bristol Eye Hospital

object is to relieve patients of the Bristol Eye Hospital who need asssistance and generally to support the charitable work of the hospital


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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. 1077594
Fun In Action

Fun in Action is a befriending scheme for disadvantaged children from lone parent families who need extra attention and support to improve their well being and their long term life chances. Each troubled child is matched with a carefully vetted volunteer who spends quality time with them over a period of two years or more.


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Registered charity
No. 1086708
The Gentlemens Night Out Charitable Trust

It raises funds for organsations and individuals that don't have the abilities. All funds go directly to beneficiaries without administrative costs. Our events last year enabled us to send 100 very poorly children to lapland and over 400 children and young adults to partake in special sporting events.


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Registered charity
No. 1063471
Get Kids Going

Get Kids Going! helps disabled children take part in sport by providing specialist sports wheelchairs, sports grants and year round support. They can then compete in marathons, triathlons, tennis, athletics, skiing, rugby, basketball etc. With your help, many could become Paralympic champions and world record holders.


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Registered charity
No. SC040892
Glasgow Children's Hospice

it helps children in Glasgow and west of scotland who have cancer or any other illness which means they are not expected to live to become adults.it aims to give help at home and give the option of a childrens hospice in central Glasgow


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Registered charity
No. 1119068
GM Trust

The GM Trust was established in 2007, after Gavriel was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy when he was 4 years old. DMD is a degenerative and as yet, incurable muscle wasting disease. which boasts a tragic 100% fatality rate. The objective of the trust is to promote research into the treatment, cure, care and welfare of those people suffering from DMD. Funding is urgently required in order to increase the speed and quantity of research currently being undertaken.


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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. SC007421
Grampian Autistic Society

The charity’s aims are to: - ensure provision of the best possible education, care, support and opportunities for people of all ages with autistic spectrum disorders (ASDs) in Grampian - support families - improve understanding of ASDs - develop best practice amongst carers, professionals and society at large.


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Registered charity
No. 1124179
The grangers club

We provide a safe fun place to be for children and young adults with learning disabilities. Members meet up with their friends to play football, snooker,table tennis do arts and crafts or just sit and chat, Giving carers a break, Money is needed to pay for transport, rent and equipment.


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Registered charity
No. 1017015
Hackney Family BackUp

Hackney Family Backup (HFBU) supports families of children & young adults with disabilities &/or disabling medical conditions in Hackney. Improving the quality of life of Disabled children aged 0-19 & their families, by promoting community support & social inclusion; providing Short Break Carers, Family Support Volunteers & Toy Library.


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Registered charity
No. 1004432
Hamelin Trust

A range of services, projects and activities to support disabled children and adults including; residential respite/short break services, domiciliary/community based support, resource bases for daytime/evening/weekend activities, supported accommodation, work experience/training projects, supported employment services, accredited training for members of staff, volunteers, and beneficiaries.


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Registered charity
No. 1062253
Hampshire Riding Therapy Centre

It's philosophy is to help children with life long conditions; physical and psychological needs. It instills confidence, self-worth, independence and responsibility. It does this by encouraging the child to be responsible for the welfare and care of a horse, and ultimately relating the importance of this to themselves.


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Registered charity
No. 1120327
Hannah Payne Memorial Trust

The charity provides support facilities for families of seriously and terminally ill and injured children.


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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. 1091657
Have a Heart

Have a Heart is the charity for Heart radio.

This year Have a Heart will focus on building a better future for the children living in our communities, those who are vulnerable, face adversity, are living with a disability or illness and are deprived of the childhood that every child deserves.

Have a Heart will specialise in funding local projects, raising funds in your communities, through your local Heart radio station - making a difference together to make life better for our children.


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Registered charity
No. 1091657
Have a Heart - Cambridge

Have a Heart (Formerly known as Q103 Kids) Is Heart 103?s registered charity. The radio station has been running a charity for over 10 years - in that time, over 340,000 has been raised and distributed to community projects ranging from the purchase of minibuses for the disabled to funding play equipment for disadvantaged children. The charity's aims are simple: to assist community projects and young people by offering support, expertise and influence. All money raised in Cambridge, Newmarket, Ely, Haverhill, Saffron Walden, Royston and Huntingdon stays in the area and is spent on community projects making a real difference to disadvantaged young people in the area.


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Registered charity
No. 1044296
Haven House Children's Hospice

Haven House Children’s Hospice is a charity providing on-going holistic care for children and young people with life-limiting conditions. It embraces the needs of the child’s family from the point of diagnosis through to post death care. Their commitment is to enable children to live life as fully as possible in a warm and caring environment.


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Registered charity
No. 281074
HCPT - The Pilgrimage Trust

HCPT takes thousands of children with disabilities or special needs on a pilgrimage holiday to Lourdes in France. The children travel in small family-style groups with experienced volunteer helpers, doctors, nurses and chaplains. The Trust has a house in the mountains outside Lourdes for people of all ages with disabilities.


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Registered charity
No. 1058461
Headlines - Craniofacial Support

Headlines offers information, leaflets, advice, support and contact for anyone (including their families) having or dealing with Craniosynostosis and associated conditions (including Apert, Crouzon, Pfeiffer, Cloverleaf, Saethre-Chotzen, Craniofrontonasal and Muenke Syndromes and Single or Multi-Suture Craniosynostosis). A Newsletter is produced three times a year.


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Registered charity
No. 1097870
Headway Devon

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


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Registered charity
No. 1043293
Heath Hospital Lourdes Group (HHLG)

HHLG is a charity for children and young people with special needs. Donations are needed to fund the annual trip to Lourdes and other events throughout the year.


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Registered charity
No. 1085349
HemiHelp

Hemiplegia is a condition similar to cerebral palsy which affects one side of the body - the results are like those of a stroke. HemiHelp works to provide information and support to children and young people with hemiplegia and their families, and professionals who work with them.


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Registered charity
No. 507077
Heswall Disabled Children's Holiday Fund

This small charity, run by volunteers, offers a week's camp in August, free of charge, for approximately 30 disabled boys between 10 and 17. The week's programme includes theme parks, swimming, cinema, sports day and entertainment. Sponsorship is also available for disabled children for which the camp is not suitable.


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Registered charity
No. 1124146
Hilary's Dream Trust

The Charity has been formed to give disabled or disadvantaged people opportunities to participate in sailing and other sporting and leisure activities. It's aims, objectives, and activities are inspired by the feats of record-breaking quadriplegic sailor Hilary Lister.


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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. 1042960
Home-Start Kingston

Home-Start has worked with in Kingston for 14 years recruiting and training volunteers to support parents experiencing difficult times due to many issues such as family breakdown, mental illness, multiple births, bereavement, disability of parent or child, isolation or exhaustion.


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Registered charity
No. SC004387
Home-Start Leith and North East Edinburgh

Home-start Leith and North East Edinburgh provides valuable support to families who have at least one child under the age of five. Families may be finding it hard to cope for reasons such as isolation, bereavement, disability or post-natal illness. Home-start matches families with home visiting volunteers for weekly support.


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Registered charity
No. 1116515
Home-Start Warrington

Home-Start Warrington is a part of the UK's leading family support charity. Through a network of trained parent volunteers Home-Start Warrington supports parents who are struggling to cope. Our families need support for many reasons including post-natal depression, the illness of a parent or child, disability, bereavement or social isolation. Parents supporting other parents: it's a simple idea that really works. Home-Start Warrington trains parent volunteers who then befriend and support families with at least one child under five. They help to give children the best possible start in life by supporting the whole family. They work to prevent difficult times from creating permanent problems.


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Registered charity
No. 268363
Honeylands League of Friends

The League raises money to purchase toys and essential specialist equipment for children with special needs or disability attending the Honeylands Developmental Childrens Centre. The League also provide to the children music therapy and offers an on-site toy library.


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Registered charity
No. 1088173
Hop Skip and Jump (Cotswold)

Hop Skip & Jump (Cotswold) is a play and support centre for children with special needs. Indoor facilities include an art room, soft play area, complementary medicine clinic, quiet room and sensory rooms. Outside there is a large, secure play area containing climbing frames, slides, suspension bridges, tree houses, aerial runways, climbing frames, swing boats and play houses as well as bicycles, tricycles, go-karts and ball games. There is also a cycle track and five a side football pitch for energetic youngsters. There are also toys, a picnic area and a sensory garden.


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Registered charity
No. 1081811
Hop Skip and Jump South West

Hop Skip and Jump is a play and support centre for children with special needs. Based in Bristol, it serves the whole of the south west. The centre has an indoor play area with light and dark sensory rooms, an art room and soft play areas. Outside there is a two-acre play area with slides, climbing frames, toys, picnic area and a sensory garden. The centre offers support for parents and carers with a complementary therapy clinic and a quiet area where they can relax and chat to other families. Hop Skip and Jump is entirely self supporting, relying on the generous support of individuals, trusts and companies to pay for qualified staff and support costs.


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Registered charity
No. 1056674
The Hope Charity

In May 2008 the Hope Charity joined Norwood's umbrella of children and family services. The HOPE Centre is non-denominational and helps children aged between 3 - 19 with a wide range of learning disabilities such as moderate to severe global learning disability, severe and complex language disorders, ADHD and autistic spectrum disorders to reach their full potential using the methodology of Professor Reuven Feuerstein


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Registered charity
No. Sc033312
HOPE For Autism

HOPE For Autism supports children aged 3-20years with autism and their parents/carers who reside in North Lanarkshire, by offering a range of services and childrens' activities, 6 days a week at the HOPE Centre in Airdrie.


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Registered charity
No. 1041258
Hope for Children

Hope for Children is a low cost no frills charity that was founded in 1994 to assist children who suffer through being orphaned, poor or exploited in the UK and developing countries. Last year 100% of public donations went to beneficiaries


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Registered charity
No. 1074384
Hope in the Valley RDA Group

Hope in the Valley is a member Group of the Riding for the Disabled Association. Its aim is to give children with physical challenges the opportunity to learn to ride ponies, which benefits mobility and co-ordination whilst developing confidence and self esteem.


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Registered charity
No. 1128289
The Idea League UK

The Idea League UK funds medical research into Dravet Syndrome and other related sodium channel epilepsies. It works to advance the education of the medical community in the subject of Dravet syndrome and supports families affected by Dravet syndrome through financial assistance, emotional support, education and practical advice.


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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. 1055683
Interactive

Interactive is a registered charity working with sport providers and policy makers to ensure that disabled Londoners can get involved in the sport and physical activity of their choice, in the venue of their choice and at the level of their choice.


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Registered charity
No. 1076063
IPOP

Our mission is to provide opportunities for children of all abilities to play and socialise together, to offer support and information to families of disabled children, and to raise awareness of the benefits of inclusive provision both in play settings and more widely. We respect the right of every child to safe and stimulating play with appropriate support in a setting of their own and their family's choice. We offer services that are responsive to needs and acknowledge the vital role of families as partners in our work.

We believe that healthy communities include everyone and that all children benefit from playing together in an environment that offers the same opportunities to everyone.


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Registered charity
No. 327691
IPSEA (Independent Panel for Special Education Advice)

IPSEA offers free and independent advice on Local Education Authorities' legal duties to assess and provide for children with special educational needs. These include children with physical disabilities, sensory impairment, emotional and behavioural difficulties, general and specific learning difficulties (including those arising from specific conditions such as Down's Syndrome, autism and dyslexia).


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Registered charity
No. 1101152
Iqra School (Oxford)

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


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Registered charity
No. 1042803
Jack and Jill Pre-school

It provides quality, inclusive care & education for children aged 2 to 5 years.


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Registered charity
No. 1000870
James Hopkins Trust

James Hopkins Trust provides free support to severely disabled and life threatened children aged 5 years and under. It aims to improve the quality of their lives through nursing respite care (mainly in the home) and use of the multi-sensory facilities at its purpose built nursing respite centre.


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Registered charity
No. 209266
JCD

JCD, formerly known as Jewish Child?s Day, has been providing support for disabled, neglected, abused and underprivileged Jewish children in the UK, Israel and Eastern Europe for more than 60 years. JCD helps pay for life-saving medical equipment and special educational materials for children with psychological problems and learning difficulties. Braille equipment for the blind, hearing stimulus equipment for the deaf, walking aids for the multi-disabled as well as clothing, toys and games, books, playground equipment and holidays are all paid for with the help of JCD allocations. Relying entirely on the generosity of the community and receiving no government or statutory funding, JCD grants give Jewish children throughout the world the chance to make a better life for themselves.


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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. 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. 1088591
Journey of a Lifetime Trust (JoLt)

For the past 25 years, the JoLt Trust has taken countless disadvantaged, ill and disabled teenagers on journeys of a lifetime. During these month-long expeditions to remote places like Alaska and the Andes they learn confidence, trust, respect, self-worth and teamwork.


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Registered charity
No. 1122785
The Julian Budd Kids in Sport Trust

Kids in Sport sets out to help both able and disabled childrens without the means to take part in sport on a regular basis. We thank you in anticipation of your support. Helping us put lasting smiles on childrens faces.


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Registered charity
No. 1129085
Jump Space

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


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Registered charity
No. 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. 1119378
KCH Limb Reconstruction Trust

This organisation was founded to address the unmet needs of patients undergoing lengthy specialist orthopaedic treatments at King's College Hospital following complex fractures or for congenital deformities


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Registered charity
No. 299786
KEEN

KEEN is an organisation of Oxford and Oxford Brookes Universities providing weekly sporting and recreational activities, for children and young people with special needs in Oxfordshire.


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Registered charity
No. 302907
Kent County Playing Fields Association

The Kent County Playing Fields Association was established in 1926. Pro-active in the procurement,maintenence and retention of numerous playing fields for future generations. We help those who help themselves by providing grants to local councils and voluntary sports organisations towards facilities for sports recreation and children's play.


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Registered charity
No. 1018320
Kent Kids Miles of Smiles

Kent Kids Miles of Smiles is a Charity set up to raise funds to establish and run 'Footprints' a children's care home for the sick and disabled of Kent. Our aims and objectives are as follows:

1. To generally assist in the well being, comfort and happiness of Kent's sick and disabled children.

2. To provide holiday homes abroad for Kent's sick and disabled children.

3. To establish and run holiday centre in the Kent area for sick and disabled children

Footprints provides a home for 6 permanent children and 6 respite children 52 weeks of the year.

During their stay with us the children's entertainment is centred around their choice of activities and capabilities, at the same time ensuring that their individual needs are met.

During their stay each child is encouraged to develop self awareness and personal growth. The activity programme includes visits to the zoo, bird parks, farms, indoor activity centres, theme parks, historical attractions, beach, restaurants and swimming pools. We hope that although 'Footprints' provides fun place to stay for sick and disabled children, it also raises awareness in people that our children are no different from any other children in the fact that when 'sleeping over' they can participate in all the activities enjoyed by able children. A child is a child no matter what they look like, can or cant do, they all need the same love and attention that is provided for the children at 'Footprints'


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Registered charity
No. 1120317
Kestrel Kids Trust

The goals of the Trust are to relieve poverty, hardship or the distress of families with children. to improve the lives of individual families with children and children's groups living in the North Hampshire area.


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Registered charity
No. 275561
Keynsham And District Mencap Society

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


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Registered charity
No. 1094902
The Kianh Foundation

The Kianh Foundation works in Quang Nam Province, Central Vietnam. Its focus is on providing special education and physiotherapy to children with disability. Since 2002, it has helped the disabled children at the government-run Hoi An Orphanage. It?s now expanding to provide its services to the children in Dien Ban district, an area heavily bombed during the war, with the highest proportion of disability in the Province.


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Registered charity
No. 275936
KIDS

KIDS is a fast-growing charity dedicated to helping disabled children and their families. The charity's mission is to enable disabled children to develop their skills and abilities and to fulfil their potential, hopes and aspirations. KIDS delivers an extensive range of services to over 7,000 children and families each year and provides highly specialised services. The eventual goal is inclusion of a disabled child into everyday life.


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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. 1073947
Kids First Trust

Kids First Trust is a registered charity (No.1073947). We aim to change children?s lives through play. Since 1999 the charity has helped thousands of children develop skills in core curriculum subjects, but more importantly to develop cooperation skills and communication competencies through play. All money raised will enable us to continue running our award winning Playground Partnerships scheme and continue our work into the effect of children?s play on their future citizenship. For further information, please check www.kidsfirsttrust.org


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Registered charity
No. 1099188
Kids Who Care

Kids Who Care is a project managed by the charity ?Unite - Carers in Mid Devon?, and it helps young carers by providing respite trips to fun places during weekends and school holidays, club nights and mentoring/befriending.


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Registered charity
No. 1075789
KidsOut UK

KidsOut aims to provide fun and happiness for disadvantaged children - children who have physical disabilities, learning difficulties, abused, terminally ill, underprivileged, single parent and ethnic minority families.


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Registered charity
No. 1128074
The Kilworth Challenge

It supports charities/organisations/individuals, whose primarily focus is providing sporting/recreational activities for individuals with special needs by reason of age, infirmity or disability, to improve their conditions of life and also locally in areas of social welfare, education, leisure and the protection/development of the environment.


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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. 210583
Kingston Mencap

Kingston Mencap is a small voluntary group who support adults and children with a learning disability and their families and carers living in the Kingston-upon-Thames area. We are a Registered Charity No. 210583 and we are affiliated to Royal Mencap. We run Seekers leisure club for adults aged 18+ and Xpression youth project for 12-18 year olds.


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Registered charity
No. 271519
Kisharon

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


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Registered charity
No. 298541
Koalas

Koalas is a playgroup for special needs children and their siblings. It supports the development of the children and their skills in a safe and friendly environment.


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Registered charity
No. 270923
The Lake District Calvert Trust

The Lake District Calvert Trust provides residential outdoor activity courses for people of all ages with physical, sensory, learning, behavioural and/or mental disabilities. Its mission is to challenge disability through outdoor adventure. Pioneering equipment adaptations, and intensive, instructor-led activity programmes (that include climbing, abseiling, canoeing, sailing, horse/trap driving, archery, orienteering and paragliding), provide an environment whose aims are to teach, challenge, motivate, engender confidence in ability, promote independence, and foster integration. All instructors are highly trained and specialist qualified, and the facilities are specially adapted and fully accessible to all. The Lake District Calvert Trust provides a unique and life-changing experience for those with disabilities, who are encouraged to believe that it?s what you CAN do that counts.


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Registered charity
No. 1091809
Leeds Mencap

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


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

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


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Registered charity
No. 1091541
Leo House at Home

Leo House supports life-limited children and their families


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Registered charity
No. 1125433
Levi's Star

Levi's Star is in memory of Levi Ringer aged 6½. It is the only children's brain tumour charity in Yorkshire. It supports children with brain tumours providing grants/financial assistance. It works with LGI, Jimmys & Sheffield Childrens Hospital. It provides money for research and raises awareness of brain tumours.


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Registered charity
No. 1123200
Libra Foundation

The Libra Foundation takes UK students out to Romania to work in children’s centres, with mentally, physically and developmentally delayed children. Libra provides resources and experiences to Romanian children that centres cannot otherwise afford.


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Registered charity
No. 1095204
The Lifetime Children's Trust

The Lifetime Children?s Trust works closely with The Lifetime Service, a unique Bath-based community nursing and support programme for children with life threatening or long term illnesses and their families. It funds the provision of equipment, facilities and support services not normally provided by the statutory authorities.


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Registered charity
No. 1054167
Lifeworks

Lifeworks is the collective name for all the services and facilities of The Bidwell Brook Foundation

Lifeworks aims to tackle exclusion, disadvantage and inequality concerning children and young adults with learning difficulties.

Founded in 1996 by a group of parents, teachers and carers, Lifeworks has blossomed into a well-established organisation with a reputation for care, quality and compassion. Lifeworks runs a variety of projects dedicated to providing learning-disabled children and young adults with the confidence and life skills that ensure a self-sustainable future, that promote a fluid transition into adulthood, and that encourage their inclusion in the community as valued and active members.


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Registered charity
No. 1132829
LimbPower

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


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Registered charity
No. 1119596
Link Leisure

Link Leisure supports children and adults with a learning disability to build an enhanced quality of life through sport and social activities in the community. It enables members of all ages and abilities to make choices, gain self confidence and esteem, develop independence, while having fun and making friends.


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Registered charity
No. 1120536
Little Stars Luxor

The charity has a free clinic in Luxor that helps disabled children to walk and deaf children to speak. It provides wheel chairs and walking aids and has a food distribution programms plus a family sponsorship scheme.


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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. 1049103
Living Paintings

By providing pictures that can be “felt”, with audio commentary, Living Paintings enables people who cannot see to enjoy a wide range of visual treats: popular children’s books, science, history, well known art, nature, city tours, gardens, or architecture. And every item in this charity’s library is distributed for free.


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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. 275183
The Log Cabin

An inclusive adventure playground for children and young people with special needs and disabilities. The aim is to make a positive difference to the lives of children who have special needs, a disability or are in need by providing exciting and stimulating play opportunities in a safe, caring and fun environment.


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Registered charity
No. 1104731
London Play

Nearly half of London's children say they do not play out as much as they would like. London Play wants to change this, making the capital a place where all children can play, both in staffed playgrounds and in open spaces. Our Street Play and Natural Play projects are ground-breaking.


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Registered charity
No. 1096669
London Wheelchair Rugby Club

London Wheelchair Rugby Club aims and objectives are to promote the sport of wheelchair rugby to adults and children with a disability in the area of London and the South East of England.


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Registered charity
No. 1007282
LOOK National Federation of Families with Visually Impaired Children

LOOK offers support, information and advice to the families of visually impaired children and links parents to share experiences. The Youth Project helps to promote independence amongst young people. Donations assist LOOK in the work we undertake and we are very grateful for your support.


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Registered charity
No. exempt
Loughborough Students Rag

Loughborough Students Rag is Loughborough Students Union's fundraising organisation helping raise money for both national charities and those in the local Charnwood area.


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Registered charity
No. 1081241
Lowe Syndrome Trust

The Lowe Syndrome Trust is a UK Charity formed in June 2000 by parents of a Lowe syndrome child. The charity supports families and initiates and funds medical research into Lowe Syndrome. Lowe Syndrome is a genetic disorder that can occur with no family history, affecting boys and multiple physical and mental handicaps including cataracts in both eyes, muscle weakness (hypotonia or floppy baby syndrome), kidney problems, cysts, brittle bones, arthritis, poor growth, mental impairment with behaviour problems (autistic spectrum disorder) and epilepsy. Sadly the life expectancy for these children is short due to the complications of the disease and the lack of funding to find a cure.


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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. 803187
M S Action Ltd

It is a disability therapy centre, helping adults and children who have Multiple Sclerosis, Cerebral Palsy, Autism, Brain Injury and other Neurological conditions. It provides complementary & mainstream therapies to it's members & their carers.


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Registered charity
No. 1061676
Macaroni Wood

Macaroni Wood is a wonderful rural haven that provides high quality accommodation for youth clubs, schools and community organisations.


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Registered charity
No. 1122062
Magic 105.4's Cash for Kids

Cash for Kids aims to support local children under the age of 18, who are financially, socially, emotionally or physically disadvantaged. Also to encourage healthy lifestyle options by promoting physical, mental and general wellbeing of children and adolescents within the Magic 105.4 region.


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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 t