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A5 The Alzheimer’s Society is the leading care and research charity for people with dementia, their family and carers. Over Christmas more than 700,000 people in the UK will be trying to cope with the effects of Alzheimer’s or another form of dementia. So will their families and friends. Dementia touches the lives of millions. We provide support for carers, run quality day and home care, fund medical and scientific research and give financial help to families in need. Not just at Christmas but throughout the year.
 
www.alzheimers.org.uk
Registered charity no. 296645

BE Beating Bowel Cancer is a national charity committed to raising awareness of symptoms, promoting early diagnosis and encouraging open access to treatment choice for those affected by bowel cancer. Through their work they aim to help save lives from this common cancer, the second most deadly cancer in the UK. The charity relies almost entirely on donations and the hard work of fund raisers throughout the country.
 
For more information visit:
www.beatingbowelcancer.org
or call 020 8892 5256
Registered charity no. 1063614

B8 Breakthrough Breast Cancer is a charity committed to fighting breast cancer through research and education and has established the UK’s first dedicated breast cancer research centre, in partnership with the Institute of Cancer Research. Breakthrough campaigns for policies that support breast cancer research and a pioneering approach to breast cancer services in the UK.
 
To find out more about the work of Breakthrough visit www.breakthrough.org.uk
or for further information on breast cancer call the Breakthrough Information Line FREE on 08080 100 200.
 
Registered Charity Number: 1062636

C1 Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading independent organisation dedicated to cancer research. We carry out scientific research to help prevent, diagnose and treat cancer, and we ensure that our findings are used to improve the lives of all cancer patients.
We have discovered new ways of treating cancer that together have saved hundreds of thousands of lives across the world and we work in partnership with others to achieve the greatest impact in the global fight against cancer.
Together we will beat cancer.
 
www.cancerresearchuk.org
 
Registered charity no. 1089464

CD Every day 10 families will find out their child has cancer. As they start treatment they will need nurses, doctors and play specialists.
 
These families will need social and family care and sometimes a place to stay near the hospital. In some cases they will need grants and bereavement support. CLIC Sargent provides all this - and more – at a time when every little thing matters.
 
CLIC Sargent is the UK’s leading children’s cancer charity.
 
For more information visit
www.clicsargent.org.uk
Registered Charity Number 1107328

B7 The British Heart Foundation is the nation’s heart charity, dedicated to saving lives through pioneering research, patient care, campaigning for change and by providing vital innformation. But we urgently need your help. We rely on your donations of time and money to continue our life-saving work. Because together we can beat heart disease.
 
Registered charity no. 225971
Website: www.bhf.org.uk

M9 Macmillan Cancer Support improves the lives of people affected by cancer.
 
We provide practical medical, emotional and financial support and push for better cancer care.
 
One in three of us will get cancer. 1.2 million of us are living with it. We are all affected by cancer.
We can all help. We are Macmillan.
 
Whatever you buy from this catalogue, you will be helping improve the lives of people affected by cancer.
 
To find out more, please call the Macmillan Order Line on 0870 830 7080 or visit our website www.macmillan.org.uk/shop
 
Registered charity no. 261017
Isle of Man Charity no. 604
or visit our website www.macmillan.org.uk/shop
 
Registered charity no. 261017
Isle of Man Charity no. 604

M3 At Mencap, we have a vision for a world where everyone with a learning disability has an equal right to choice, opportunity and respect, and where they can receive the support they need.
Our mission is to improve the lives and opportunites of children and adults with a learning disabiltiy, together with their families and carers.
 
www.mencap.org.uk

N9 NDCS is the national charity dedicated to creating a world without barriers for deaf children and young people. We represent the interest and campaign for the rights of all deaf children and young people from birth to independence. NDCS believes that the family is the most important influence on a deaf child’s development. NDCS supports the deaf child through the family as well as directly supporting deaf children and young people themselves.
 
Visit www.ndcs.org.uk
 
Freephone Helpline 0808 800 8880
 
Registered charity no. 1016532

P3 The Parkinson’s Disease Society’s (PDS) mission is the conquest of Parkinson’s disease and the alleviation of the distress it causes through research, care and education. The PDS provides funding for research into the cause, cure and prevention of Parkinson’s and improvements in available treatments. Working with health and social care professionals, the PDS provides a wide range of information. It offers a freephone helpline (0808 800 0303) and Parkinson’s disease Nurses Specialists amongst its services to support all people living with Parkinson’s.
Telephone: 020 7931 8080
 
www.parkinsons.org.uk
Registered charity no. 258197

P1 PDSA’s mission is to care for the pets of needy people by providing free veterinary services to their sick and injured animals and promoting responsible pet ownership.
 
PDSA veterinary treatment is funded entirely by public support, mainly through gifts in wills and donations.
 
Registered charity nos. 208217 & SC037585
 
www.pdsa.org.uk

P5 Every year around 32,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer - the most common cancer diagnosed in men in the UK. 10,000 men die from the disease every year - that’s at least one man every hour.
 
The Prostate Cancer Charity is the largest UK charity focused specifically on prostate cancer. The Prostate Cancer Charity aims to lead the way in campaigning for improvements in prostate cancer services. It provides `hope for the future’ through the funding of high quality research and `practical help and support for today’ through its information and support services.
 
To find out more go to www.prostate-cancer.org.uk or call 0208 222 7622.
 
Registered charity no. 1005541

S1 We’re the world’s independent children’s charity. We’re outraged that millions of children are still denied proper healthcare, food, education and protection. We’re working flat out to get every child their rights and we’re determined to make further, faster changes.
How many? How fast? It’s up to you.
 
www.savethechildren.org.uk

S2 Scope is a national disability organisation whose focus is people with cerebral palsy, a physical condition that affects movement. Our aim is that disabled people achieve equality: a society in which they are valued and have the same human and civil rights as everyone else.
 
For more details, please go to www.scope.org.uk

N8 Imagine that for one day you were unable to communicate with people around you. Imagine the frustration, isolation and loneliness you would feel. Then try to imagine that state lasting for the rest of your life. That state is autism.
 
Autism is a complex developmental disability which disrupts the development of social, communication and imagination skills and is often accompanied by a learning disability. It touches the lives of over 500,000 people in the UK. The National Autistic Society provides services, support and advice to those affected by autism and their families.
 
www.autism.org.uk
Registered charity no. 269425

RC The Roy Castle Lung Cancer Foundation is the only major charity in the UK wholly dedicated to the defeat of lung cancer. The Foundation works towards defeating lung cancer through research, campaigning and education; we provide practical and emotional support for patients and all those affected by lung cancer; and we enable children and young people to make informed decisions about smoking and the tobacco industry.
 
For more information visit our website www.roycastle.org or call 0871 220 5426
 
Registered charity England & Wales no: 1046854
Scotland: SCO37596

S7 The Salvation Army provides practical help to people in crisis and need who are without support or resources to deal with their difficulties. We offer care to the whole person - spirit, mind and body. A network of community centres responding to immediate local need complements our residential work with children, older people, homeless people and those seeking to break their addiction to alcohol and drugs.

N1 The NSPCC’s purpose is to end cruelty to children. Our vision is of a society where all children are loved, valued and able to fulfil their potential. We seek to achieve cultural, social and political change - influencing legislation, policy, practice, attitudes and behaviours and delivering services for the benefit of children and young people.
 
Registered charity number: 216401
Scottish charity number: SC037717

A7 The Arthritis Research Campaign arc) is the fourth largest medical research charity in the United Kingdom and funds medical research into the causes, treatment and cure of arthritis.
 
Registered charity no. 207711
www.arc.org.uk

BB BBC Children in Need is a charitable organisation that raises funds to help improve the lives of disadvantaged children and young people in the UK. The charity employs no professional findraisers but relies upon generosity of the general public and corporate partners to raise this money. Every penny donated is distributed in the form of grants to a wide range of projects helping children affected by homelessness, neglect, abuse or poverty, or those who habe encountered serious illness, disabilities and psychological disorders. Grants are targeted on the areas of greatest need and money is allocated geographically to ensure that children in all corners of the UK receive a fair share of what is raised.
 
BBC Children in Need is a registered charity number 802052.
For more information please visit www.bbc.co.uk/pudsey

C5 The Cystic Fibrosis Trust is working towards a life unlimited by cystic fibrosis for everyone living with the condition. It funds cutting-edge research, drives up standards of care and provides vital support for every step of the way.
 
Registered charity no. 1079049

D2 Diabetes UK is the leading charity for people with diabetes. There are over two million people in the UK diagnosed with diabetes and an estimated 750,000 others who have the condition but do not know it. Diabetes UK is the largest organisation in the UK working for people with diabetes, funding research, campaigning and helping people live with the condition. Our mission is to improve the lives of people with diabetes and work towards a future without diabetes. You can make a real difference to the lives of those we help.
 
Registered charity no. 215199
www.diabetes.org.uk

G2 Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital for over 150 years has offered the widest range of paediatric expertise in Britain.
Every year, the hospital cares for over 90,000 young patients from all over the U.K. and from abroad, often in need of treatment for rare, complex and life-threatening illnesses. Funds are always vital and never more so as we need to rebuild and refurbish two thirds of the hospital and the Institute of Child Health, continue to fund the most up-to-date equipment, support research into and development of new and better treatments and provide accommodation and other support services for families and staff.
 
@2007 GOSHCC
Registered charity no. 235825
www.gosh.org

H4 We secure and uphold the rights of disadvantaged older people in the UK and around the world. Working with them, we research their needs, campaign for changes in policy, and provide services to alleviate hardship today and prevent deprivation tomorrow.
 
Registered charity no. 272786
www.helptheaged.org.uk

L1 Leukaemia Research Fund is the only national charity devoted exclusively to improving treatment and finding cures for leukaemia, lymphoma, myeloma and the related blood disorders in children and adults. The charity relies overwhelmingly on voluntary donations to carry out its work.
 
More information is available from our website, www.lrf.org.uk or phone 020 7405 0101 or by writing to LRF, 43 Great Ormond Street, London, WC1N 3JJ.
 
Registered charity no. 216032

M1 Marie Curie Cancer Care provides high quality nursing, totally free, to give terminally ill people the choice of dying at home supported by their families.
 
Marie Curie Nurses now care for almost half of all cancer patients who die at home. They work through the night or during the day to provide one-to-one care for their patients. They also provide practical and emotional support for families at what can be an exhausting time.
 
To find out more about Marie Curie Cancer Care visit www.mariecurie.org.uk
Registered charity no. 207994

BD The Blue Cross is Britain’s pet charity, providing practical support, information and advice for pet and horse owners. Through its network of animal adoption centres it rehomes thousands of animals each year. Its hospitals provide veterinary care for the pets of people who cannot afford private vets’ fees.  
Registered charity no. 224392 www.bluecross.org.uk

M6 Multiple Sclerosis is the most common disabling neurological disorder affecting young adults. Around 85,000 people in the UK have MS, and 50 more are diagnosed every week. The MS Society is the UK’s largest charity dedicated to supporting everyone whose life is touched by MS. The society’s role is to ensure people affected by MS receive the care and support they need in their everyday lives, whilst funding vital research to hopefully one day bring about a cure. The society and its network of 350 branches rely almost entirely on the generosity of the general public.
 
www.mssociety.org.uk

R5 The prime objectives of the RSPCA are to promote kindness and prevent or suppress cruelty to animals. To help us do this we have teams of Inspectors, veterinary surgeons, nurses and ambulance collection officers all fighting cruelty 24 hours a day, 365 days a year! The RSPCA is the only animal welfare organisation that works with all animals. It is supported entirely by voluntary contributions and receives no state or lottery aid.
 
Registered in England and Wales charity no. 219099
 
www.rspca.org.uk

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