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- Animal Welfare
- Community Services / Employment
- Human Rights
- Older People
- Overseas Aid
UNICEF works in more than 190 countries and territories to help children survive and thrive, from early childhood through adolescence.
University College Hospital (UCH) Cancer Fund was established in April 2014 to assist with important areas of work above and beyond what the NHS is able to provide. Our aspiration is to make a difference to all cancer patients at UCH, by investing in projects that enhance the quality of life of our patients and carers' whilst also advancing our services through funding additional medical equipment and staff training.
Wellbeing of Women is the charity dedicated to improving the health of women and babies across the UK.
Wherever the Need’s focus is the provision of eco-sanitation and clean water, understanding that this is the key to improved health that, in turn, unlocks opportunities and potential for individuals.
To take in unwanted and lost animals, provide shelter and care, find secure and loving homes, provide advice, support and guidance for pet owners and increase the public's awareness of its responsibility towards animals in society.
Each day, the St James’s Institute of Oncology has a responsibility for treating 1,500 patients from a catchment population of 2.6 million, most of whom will have had a cancer diagnosis.
YoungDementia UK support people of working age with dementia and their families. We provide individual and group support, as well as advice, information and social events. We are the only national charity dedicated to providing a powerful voice to help shape the future for the thousands of younger people with dementia.
Youth Aliyah is working tirelessly to bring homeless and traumatised Jewish children from more than 20 countries to one of its Youth Villages in Israel.
Zoë's Place Baby Hospices are unique. We are the only 'baby specific' hospices in the UK. We offer palliative, respite and terminal care for babies/infants aged from birth to five years old.