Charities raising money for young people
Telephone: 01636 600825
The Shaw Mind Foundation's common goal is to significantly reduce suicide across the world within 10 years*. We do this by developing innovative ways to support children and the next generation to flourish and cope with the emotional demands of modern day life, and by supporting businesses to shape positive mental health and wellbeing in the workplace.
All of our projects are key in reducing suicide rates across the world. We work hard to support children, schools and businesses with developing sustainable strategies for positive mental health.
*as of 2017
Telephone: 01372 220031
Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity provides emotional and practical support to families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness. We help make life easier for the whole family and with your support we will be able to help more families. Last year we supported over 2,500 families costing us £4.7 million, 97% of which came from our amazing supporters taking on a range of challenges. You can help make a difference by signing up to take on a Wing Walk.
Contact: 01582 410094
Since 1992, Happy Days has been gifting supportive breaks like trips to the seaside, theatres, zoos, museums, outdoor activity centres, sporting events and other educational and cultural activities, to children living with mental, physical and emotional difficulties.
Happy Days supports around 60 children with additional needs every day, giving them a chance to get out, meet new people, develop new skills and build confidence in the face of adversity.
Website: http://www.katyholmestrust.co.ukThe Katy Holmes Trust was set up in memory of our beautiful 10 year old daughter Katy who died from a rare brain tumour in January 2012 after a brave 3 month battle. We have since discovered that brain tumours are the BIGGEST cancer killer of children in the UK and yet the most poorly funded by Government who only give 0.7% towards research. Our aim is to raise the money to fund paediatric brain tumour research ourselves and find the cure
Contact: 020 7404 0808
Children with Cancer UK is the leading national children’s charity dedicated to the fight against childhood cancer. Our aims are to determine the causes, find cures and provide care for children with cancer.
We fund life-saving research into the causes, prevention and treatment of childhood cancer. We fund innovative welfare projects to provide better care for young cancer patients, and their families. We campaign to raise awareness of childhood cancer to protect more children and to improve the lives of young cancer patients, today and for future generations.
Telephone: 01782 433 750
Caudwell Children transforms the lives of disabled children across the UK. We act as a safety net for families who are unable to gain the help they need. Our aims are to change the futures of all disabled children providing access to the services, equipment, therapies and treatments they need. We want to increase understanding and awareness of disabilities across the UK, and to enable disabled children to reach their full potential in life.
Name: Teenage Cancer Trust
Contact: Claire O'Sullivan
Registered Charity: 1062559
Address: Teenage Cancer Trust , Third floor 93 Newman Street , London , W1T 3EZ
Telephone: 0207 612 0370
Web address: http://www.teenagecancertrust.org
Teenage Cancer Trust is dedicated to improving the lives of teenagers and young adults with cancer, a severely medically and socially underserved group. By building specialist teenage units in NHS hospitals that are boosting survival rates, and developing services, the charity are making life better for these young people.
Telephone: 020 3744 6888
Redthread is a youth work charity and it is our mission to empower young people to thrive as they navigate the challenging transition to adulthood by integrating trauma-informed youth work into the health sector.
Telephone: 01634 957 077
The Street Soccer Foundation is a non-profit organisation which uses football as a catalyst to improve the lives of vulnerable and homeless young people across the country. Our nationally acclaimed flagship 'Street Soccer Academy' provides a 10-week learning and development programme for 16-24 year olds (male and female), offering selected young participants a fusion of professional football coaching, growth mindset training, and employability-driven ‘Skills to Succeed’ workshops: all to enable course participants to be ready and able to move into Work, Education or Further Training on successful graduation. We also run a Street Soccer Schools' programme over a 10-week period (for Years 7-11 students), providing vulnerable and disengaged school students a mix of professional football coaching for health and well-being purposes, in addition to the training of a positive mindset, to help build confidence, self-belief, aspiration and emotional intelligence.
Fundamentally, both courses use the power of football to help young people want - and be able - to make a change in their lives for the better. The proven impact of both programmes instils greater confidence and self-belief in young people, improves their health and well-being, and empowers participants to take positive action and encourages them throughout to reach their goals, both on and off the pitch, and to inspire others to do the same.
CHANGING LIVES THROUGH FOOTBALL.
Contact: 01992440091Teens Unite Fighting Cancer is dedicated to improving the lives of young people aged 13-24, with cancer and other life limiting illnesses.
Teens Unite’s main aim is to get teens together as often as possible in a fun-filled environment; giving them the chance to talk to each other and gain strength from realising that they are not alone in their battle. The charity runs regular fun days out such as concerts, football matches, art and beauty workshops. Teens Unite provides ongoing long term support for teens whether they are undergoing treatment or in remission.
Telephone: 01342 831245
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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.
Contact: Caroline Hughes - 0207 802 3216
The Lullaby Trust provides specialist support for bereaved families, promotes expert advice on safer baby sleep and raises awareness of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
We work to understand why over 600 babies die suddenly and unexpectedly in the UK each year, the majority of whom appear to be healthy. We are a national charity operating across England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Since we formed as The Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths in 1971 we have been pivotal in reducing SIDS by 70%.
Charity Number: 262191
Address: 11 Belgrave Road, London, SW1V 1RB