We believe that all children should have an equal opportunity to reach their potential, regardless of their circumstances.
All our programmes are designed to help less fortunate children to achieve precisely that.
We improve those young lives by providing practical help (such as Sunshine Coaches, wheelchairs and specialist equipment) and memorable childhood experiences.
Our practical help makes an immediate difference. It means that children have fewer bad days and more great days. With independence, freedom and dignity they are able to make the most of their childhood.
We play a key role in building the self esteem of children who are disadvantaged and in making them the people who they become.
As an independent charity, we work towards a world where people affected by crime or traumatic events get the support they need and the respect they deserve. We help people feel safer and find the strength to move beyond crime. Our support is free, confidential and tailored to your needs.
Revitalise is a national charity providing short breaks and holidays (respite care) for disabled people and carers. We also offer inspirational opportunities for volunteers through one of the largest, most diverse volunteer programmes in the UK.
Norwood is a leading Jewish charity supporting vulnerable children, families and people with learning disabilities.
Action Duchenne works across the UK, the EU, the US and the southern hemisphere seeking answers and support from all parts of the duchenne community: researchers, clinicians, physicians, pharmacological companies and other duchenne charities.
ADD International fights for independence, equality and opportunity for disabled people living in poverty in Africa and Asia.
We work with disabled people living in extreme poverty, in countries where being disabled can be exceptionally challenging and sometimes even life-threatening.
Sohana Research Fund
The SRF is dedicated to finding effective treatments and a cure for Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa. It was set up in late 2010, by the parents of Sohana Collins, a young child with a severe form of the condition.
The Donkey Sanctuary
The Donkey Sanctuary was founded as a charity in 1969, by Dr Elisabeth Svendsen MBE. She dedicated her life to champion donkeys, and it is only through her amazing devotion that the Sanctuary grew to the international charity it is today. Dr Svendsen’s impact on the lives of thousands of children assisted by riding therapy, as well as millions of donkeys and the communities that rely on them for their own survival, cannot be measured.