If you represent a charity and you'd like to join us for Parallel London 2017 to raise funds for your work and champion inclusivity, you can get in touch by email or call us on:
020 7034 4846
If you would like to take part in Parallel London and fundraise for a good cause, our wonderful charity partners listed below have places which they can offer you.
Shooting Star Chase is a leading children’s hospice charity caring for babies, children and young people with life-limiting conditions, and their families.
Whether lives are measured in days, weeks, months or years, we are here to make every moment count. We support families from diagnosis to end of life and throughout bereavement with a range of nursing, practical, emotional and medical care.
Your support will help Whizz-Kidz reach the thousands of disabled children and young people in the UK waiting for mobility equipment that fits their young lives.
Whizz-Kidz sets disabled young people free to reach their true potential and live their lives to the full. The money you raise could go towards the cost of providing a disabled child’s powered chair – the ultimate gift to transforming their life, and future, overnight.
ADD International strives for independence, equality and opportunity for all disabled people. Our mission is to achieve positive and lasting change in the lives of disabled people, especially those living in poverty in Africa and Asia, who are among the most stigmatised and marginalised people on earth.
ADD International is a disability rights organisation. We partner with disability activists in Africa and Asia to build powerful movements for change. We empower disability activists to be as effective as possible by helping them access the tools, training and resources they need to achieve their full potential and lead strong and sustainable organisations that can have an ever-increasing impact. We then help these activists connect with each other to build wider movements and promote the rights of disabled people.
Our aim is to provide advice, support, relief and/or treatment for anyone suffering serious injury or disability which has arisen from any cause, but in particular from participation in or training for any sport, sporting activity or other form of physical education or recreation.
Across the UK there are children who have to cope with disadvantage, disability & sickness: it's tough - really tough. Variety provides memorable childhood experiences, practical help (including Sunshine Coaches, wheelchairs & specialist equipment) and makes an immediate difference to children and to their families to ensure that children have fewer bad days and more great days. Support us and help increase positive experiences for sick, disabled or disadvantaged children across the UK.
Stroke Association is the UK's leading stroke charity changing the world for people affected by stroke.
More people than ever are benefiting from cutting-edge treatments and making full recoveries. And more people now understand the need to seek emergency treatment for stroke.
We’ve been at the heart of every one of these developments, championing the cause of stroke and stroke survivors.
Spinal Research is the UK’s leading charity funding medical research around the world to develop effective treatments for paralysis caused by spinal cord injury.
Brainwave is a charity that exists to help children with disabilities and additional needs to achieve greater independence by aiming to improve mobility, communication skills and learning potential through a range of educational and physical therapies, and the children we work with have a range of conditions including: autism, brain injuries such as cerebral palsy and genetic disorders such as Down’s syndrome.
Victim Support (VS) is the independent charity for people affected by crime and traumatic events in England and Wales. Our specialist teams provide individual, independent, emotional and practical help to enable people to cope and recover from the effects of crime.
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.
Your contribution, no matter how big or small, allows us to fund research and campaign for better standards of care for all people living with Duchenne & Becker Muscular Dystrophy.
DEBRA is the national charity that supports individuals and families affected by Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) – a painful genetic skin blistering condition which, in the worst cases, can be fatal. There are at least 5,000 people living with this devastating condition in the UK and 500,000 worldwide. DEBRA focuses its work in two areas; the charity provides care and support to individuals and families living with EB and funds pioneering research to find effective treatments and, ultimately, a cure for EB.
Enham Trust is a pan disability organisation that works with close to 8,500 individuals each year, giving them independence, choice and control in the cornerstone areas of their lives; housing, care, work and skills development.
At Enham Trust, we see the possibilities - not the impossibilities. We want to make life more positive for the thousands of people we support every day. We aim to touch every aspect of the lives of people living with physical and learning disabilities and offer a number of services for disabled people, putting the power back in to their hands.
ECIL is an organisation of disabled people working to eliminate the barriers preventing disabled people and their unpaid carers from living full and independent lives.
We offer advice, information, counselling for disabled people, training, campaigning for transport, disability rights and access. We also have lots of fun at our social club and other annual events.
Come to ECIL for everything you want to know about any Disability but were too afraid to ask. It's FREE to join, so why not become a member.
Action on Disability is run by and for disabled people. We work for equality for disabled people by delivering accessible services and campaigning for change. Our services include: Advocacy, Employment, Welfare Benefits Advice, Youth Services, Peer Support and Volunteering. We represent the views and needs of disabled people to local and regional decision makers.