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- Animal Welfare
- Community Services / Employment
- Human Rights
- Older People
- Overseas Aid
The mission of the Laureus Sport for Good Foundation is to utilise the power of sport to address social challenges through a worldwide programme of sports related community development initiatives. St. James’s Place Foundation is a grant-making charity with a difference.
Link Community Development works in Ethiopia, Ghana, Malawi, South Africa and Uganda to identify and remove the obstacles to quality education. We work at all levels of the education system and strive for long-lasting, sustainable change that will benefit generations of children.
The Milestone Foundation has been established to tackle three key social problems affecting young people, these being unemployment, the lack of safe spaces and activities and the lack of activities to develop emotional intelligence. Our activities look to promote the advancement of education and relief of unemployment, community participation in healthy recreation and the promotion of social inclusion.
We are the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. We are the UK's largest provider of specialist autism services. Our trained staff and volunteers provide a lifeline for 100,000 people affected by autism every year.
Raise funds for your favourite charity by taking part in Nightrider™ London. Sign up for the 100km London night ride and help raise £2.5 million in one night!
Norwood supports people with learning disabilities and children and families in need. We work with individuals to improve the quality of their lives and achieve their goals. Our services are provided to the Jewish community and also to people in the wider community.
We support people with learning disabilities and children and families in need. We work with individuals to improve the quality of their lives and achieve their goals. Our services are provided to the Jewish community and also to people in the wider community.
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.