Charities raising money for people with disabilities
Telephone: 01604 611860
Brief description: The Motor Neurone Disease Association is the only national charity in England, Wales and Northern Ireland dedicated to improve care and support for people affected by Motor Neurone Disease, fund and promote research, campaign and raise awareness so the needs of people with Motor Neurone Disease are addressed by society.
Telephone: 020 8968 7376
The Westminster Society is an award winning charity providing services for people with a range of learning disabilities and their families so they can stay healthy, be safe, and live well. Our extensive experience is in supporting people of all ages with disabilities including people with complex needs and profound and multiple disabilities. We place special emphasis on promoting family relationships and making the most of what our communities have to offer.
Telephone: 01462 476707
The MS Trust is a UK charity which believes that no one should have to manage MS alone. We provide trusted information and support to help people who are living with MS now; we train and educate MS health professionals to offer the best care; and we fund MS nurses in the areas of greatest need.
We support people with combined sight and hearing loss to live the lives they want.
Whether you need some support to get back on your feet after a diagnosis, a helping hand to help you do the things you love, someone to turn to when you’re feeling low or some information, advice and guidance, we’re here to help.
Losing your sight and hearing can be frightening. Our team of experts is here every step of the way to show you life beyond sight and hearing loss.
Website : https://www.scope.org.uk/
Telephone: 020 7619 7270
We’re Scope, the disability equality charity. We won’t stop until we achieve a society where all disabled people enjoy equality and fairness. We provide practical advice and emotional support to disabled people and their families whenever they need it most. We use our collective power to change attitudes and end injustice. And we campaign relentlessly to create a fairer society.
Contact: 0113 340 0111
Brain Tumour Research and Support across Yorkshire (BTRS) is Yorkshire and Humber’s leading brain tumour charity. Offering practical, financial and emotional support to both adult and child brain tumour patients, together with their families and carers.
Brain tumours are the UK’s biggest killer of the under 40’s, including children. BTRS funds Yorkshire based research into the disease providing hope to all brain tumour patients that one day we will find cure.
Telephone: 01342 831245
Social Media: Facebook.com/youngepilepsy Twitter.com/youngepilepsy
Young Epilepsy is a national charity whose focus is providing a range of services for children with epilepsy and other associated conditions.
When parents and carers have had the diagnosis from the doctor, often without explanation on how it will impact family life - we take time to explain what epilepsy is, how the condition can be managed and how healthcare workers, teachers, friends and family can work together to give the support that is needed using specific resources that we provide. We focus exclusively on supporting children and young people.
Charity Name : Heel & Toe Children's Charity
Telephone Number: 0191 3868606
Website Address: www.heelandtoe.org.uk
Info on Charity:
Heel & Toe Children's Charity provides free conductive education therapy to children with cerebral palsy and other physical disabilities. Children from the age of 6 months to 19 years old are receiving therapy on a weekly basis through sessions at Heel & Toe's centre based in Durham. The charity is not government funded and relies solely on donations to continue this service. Please visit the website for further information.
Contact: 020 8747 5024
Epilepsy Research UK is the only national charity exclusively dedicated to funding independent scientific research into the causes treatment and prevention of epilepsy. Every year we fund new research projects at universities and hospitals around the UK. New research offers the very real possibility of further breakthroughs and developing new therapies to help transform the lives of those affected by epilepsy.