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Friends of the Fighting 69th
Friends of the Fighting 69th was formed to raise awareness of the Fighting 69th’s deployment to Iraq and to provide support to soldiers and their families during deployments. We administer a Memorial Scholarship Fund and trust funds for the 19 surviving children of the twenty five soldiers who have been killed in the Global War on Terror.
For more information please visit: www.69thfriends.org.
Baby Buggy®, founded by Jessica Seinfeld in 2001, is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing families in need with essential equipment, products, clothing, and services for their infants and children up to age 12. With an extensive network of community-based organizations across the country, Baby Buggy has donated more than 6 million items to thousands of children. Baby Buggy is a Better Business Bureau Accredited Charity, passing all 20
For more information, please visit: www.babybuggy.org
Duang Prateep Foundation (Thailand)
DPF has wide range of programmes to help the urban poor and poor people throughout Thailand. The primary focus of the DPF is on children and their education, both formal and informal.
For more information, please visit http://www.dpf.or.th
Boys’ Town works with youth-at-risk, between the ages of 11-18, and their families. We provide Residential, Outreach, School-based and Community-Based programmes and services to youths from mainly disadvantaged backgrounds. Our mission is to help youth-at-risk become socially integrated, responsible and contributing members of society.
For more information, please visit www.boystown.org.sg
Singapore Association of the Visually-Handicap
SAVH is the national voluntary welfare organization that serves and provides comprehensive rehabilitation services to the visually impaired. SAVH serves Singapore citizens and permanent residents of all age groups who must be certified with low vision (partial sight) or blind by an eye specialist or ophthalmologist. This includes people who are born blind as well as those who have lost their vision through accidents, illnesses or ageing.
For more information, please visit http://www.savh.org.sg
Futaba Infant Home
The Futaba Infant Home is a facility to raise young children (between 0 years to school age) instead of and the parents on a permanent basis or until the parents are fit to resume duties as a responsible parent.
If home rehabilitation is not a choice, we will provide a viable solution that best suits the children such as foster parents, etc. They also provide support programs to help parents better raise and support their children so they may grow up in a healthy and productive environment.
For more information, please visit http://www.futaba-yuka.or.jp
Futaba only has Japanese website.
Australian Childhood Foundation
To be a fearless and relentless advocate for the rights of children in Australia to a safe childhood free from violence, trauma, neglect and abuse
For more information, please visit: www.childhood.org.au
Shockingly, 1 in 4 families lose a baby. Through miscarriage. Through stillbirth. Through premature birth. We are here to help mums and dads have full-term pregnancies and deliver healthy babies. If something goes wrong, we offer advice and support to those mums and dads at this critical time. We are determined to find out why things go wrong, and fund research programmes to look into the complications that threaten our babies and we are working to save babies lives.
For more information, please visit: www.tommys.org
Les P’tits Cracks
Founded in 2001, the association “Les P’tits Cracks” supports children with cancer by a dual action.
At the hospital:
The association funds medical equipment to improve hospital conditions for sick children. Since 2001, more than € 450,000 was paid to partner hospitals.
Upon leaving the hospital –
The association supports children in their convalescents, rebuilding physically and psychologically via cultural outings, educational and sports events as well as equestrian holidays.
For more information please visit – www.lesptitscracks.fr
Starlight Children’s Foundation grants wishes to seriously and terminally ill children and entertains over half a million children every year in hospitals and hospices throughout the United Kingdom. All Starlight’s activities are aimed at distracting children from the pain, fear and isolation they can often feel as a result of their illnesses.
Starlight grants once-in-a-lifetime wishes for children whose young lives have been affected by a serious or terminal illness. A Starlight wish is a precious opportunity for these children to escape their illness and creates wonderful memories that the whole family can share together, whatever the future may hold.
Sick children go to Starlight parties, laugh their way through Starlight pantomimes, go out on Starlight Escapes, play games and watch films on the Starlight Fun Centre, and enjoy the toys and puzzles of the Starlight Distraction Box. Happy children respond better to treatment and Starlight helps children to forget about their illness and simply have a bit of fun.
Starlight receives neither Government nor Lottery support.
For more information, please visit: www.starlight.org.uk
Great Ormond Street Hospital Charity
We raise money so that Great Ormond Street Hospital can provide world-class care for its young patients and their families, and to pioneer new treatments and cures for childhood illness.
Our key value is – the child first and always.
For more information, please visit:www.gosh.org
Cystic Fibrosis (CF) NSW have a vision of people living lives unaffected by CF. A mission to improve the quality of life for people with CF and their careers, and a goal to provide support services, education and research that will help people with CF. Cystic Fibrosis NSW provides services and practical assistance that reduce the burden of living with CF. Families and adults are referred to us by specialist CF hospital teams and clients also self-refer. Activities include
- Counselling and information at the time of diagnosis (usually just after birth), coping with chronic disease and stigma at school or work, declining health and new complications, relationship formation and breakdown, organ donation, palliative care and grief etc.
- Information about treatment options (exercise, diet, physio and medicines), new drugs, how to choose and use medical equipment, and infection control guidelines.
- Supporting research and the transition from children’s services and parental care to self-management as a teenager/adult
- Providing emergency financial assistance for equipment, home percussion/physio, nutritional supplements, and travel to hospital.
Children Are Us Foundation (Taiwan)
CAUF is a not-for-profit private organization which provides long term care and job training to those suffering from Down’s Syndrome, cerebral palsy, multiple dysfunctions and other mental illness. For changing people’s general perception, prejudice and respecting for the dignity towards the people with intelligence disability, the most important thing is to preventing and removing all kinds of barriers, lead them stepping into the mainstream, especially in community.
For more information, please visit http://www.c-are-us.org.tw
Childhelp exists to meet the physical, emotional, educational, and spiritual needs of abused, neglected and at-risk children. The organization is driven by the belief that unconditional love is the foundation upon which all healing begins. The entrance of each Childhelp facility features the words “All Who Enter Here Will Find Love.”
For more information, please visit Childhelp
Foundation for Sight and Sound
The Foundation for Sight and Sound’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for men, women and children affected by vision and/or auditory challenges nationwide. Through its programs, the FSS is committed to creating a world where people with vision and hearing challenges can realize their full potential in order to lead lives of inclusion and not isolation. FSS is known for programs such as the Help America Hear, Help America See and the Library Project, designed to give people back their independence. For more information, please visit www.foundationforsightandsound.org 516.625.2587 or 631.366.3461
Child Rights and You (India)
CRY is India’s leading child rights non-profit organisation. For over 30 years, CRY has partnered with 220 small grassroots NGOs to work with 13,089 communities in 20 states across India to help create a movement that addresses the root causes of child rights violations. CRY works to ensure marginalised children their right to survival, protection, development and participation, and thus a childhood.
For more information, please visit: www.cry.org
The Jubilee Center
The mission of the Jubilee Center is to equip children and families with the tools not only to survive, but also to overcome the many barriers they face. We believe that all people deserve a fair chance at creating a fulfilling life based on self-esteem, self-reliance, personal accountability and respect for others.
For more information, please visit www.jubileecenterhoboken.org
Level the Field
Level The Field’s Champions of Change program provides middle school students in Manhattan’s underserved Washington Heights neighborhood with a unique opportunity to work with high-achieving collegiate student-athletes on the football, track, baseball, men and women’s basketball, and men and women’s soccer teams from Columbia University. The LTF staff and volunteers, in conjunction with our student-athletes, work with middle school students to foster communication, teamwork, sportsmanship and leadership through the platform of sports. These values are developed through intercollegiate athletic contests, sports clinics and classroom instruction.
For more information, please visit Level the Field
Mercy Center is a South Bronx community center located in the poorest congressional district in the United States. Forty-nine percent of the population lives in poverty; among Mercy Center participants, 28% have a combined family income of less than $10,000 annually, and 66% manage on household incomes of less than $15,000 annually.
For more information please visit: www.mercycenterbronx.org
Team KJ- Team KJ is a group of friends and family that participate in sprint triathlons and other endurance events in an effort to raise awareness and money to find a cure for Huntington’s Disease. Our charitable organization was formed to help support the families in our community effected by this disease and continue to support medical research that will ultimately find a cure.
For more information, please visit Team KJ
Bone Cancer Research Trust
The Bone Cancer Research Trust (BCRT) was established in 2006 by a number of family groups who had been raising money into primary bone cancer research and realised there were no charities dedicated to funding these rare forms of cancer. Primary bone cancer affects around 400 people each year in the UK, and mainly affects children and young people between the ages of 10 and 20.As primary bone cancer is one of the rarer cancers, it does not receive the same level of funding for research that many other cancers get, and as such, survival rates have not improved for over 20 years. BCRT is a unique charity established to redress this imbalance, promoting and funding research into osteosarcoma and Ewing’s sarcoma, the two main types of primary bone cancer. Since being formed in 2006, the trust has funded 18 research projects and is dedicated to improving outcomes for patients by funding research into the causes and treatment of primary bone cancer.’
For more information, please visit www.bcrt.org.uk
Capital FM’s Help a London Child
95.8 Capital FM’s Help a London Child provides support and opportunities to children and young people in London living with the effects of poverty, abuse, homelessness, illness or disability. Despite being one of the wealthiest cities in the world London is home to some of the most disadvantaged children in our society. Help a London Child has funded over 10,000 grass-roots projects throughout our capital city, helping over one million children right here on our doorstep. With your help we can reach out to even more young people, giving them the chance to enjoy the childhood they deserve.
For more information, please visit http://www.capitalfm.com
Marina Dalglish Appeal
The Marina Dalglish Appeal has now set ourselves a new and exciting challenge to raise £5M towards a new £17M purpose built Radiotherapy facility, which will be situated at University Hospital Aintree, Liverpool. The centre will be staffed and operated by Clatterbridge’s own specialist radiographers and doctors and will house three state of the art radiotherapy treatment machines as well as expert cancer rehabilitation and support services, bringing the treatment much closer to the patient. Kenny and myself have been constantly amazed at how much time, effort and money you have all been willing to donate, and we realize that nothing would be possible without your help. Thank you all very much and hopefully together we can achieve our new goal.
For more information, please visit http://www.marinadalglishappeal.org
Msizi Africa gives malnourished, hungry children in Africa access to nutritious food. Whether they’re in orphanages, child headed households or schools; we ensure they receive a healthy, balanced diet every day. This complements the wider work of our project partners who aim to improve the lives of the children in their care, through educational and vocational opportunities, and rehabilitation.
For more information, please visit http://www.msiziafrica.org.uk
Paul Hunter Foundation
“The primary target would be in developing the interest of snooker in the 8 -12 year olds age bracket and specifically targeting under privileged and disabled children in their infancy of playing snooker.
“Try to get kids off the streets”
Locally qualified coaches and clubs would apply for financial grants to the foundation, and it turn they would provide coaching sessions within there own communities at existing facilities such as snooker or social clubs. Each scheme would be assessed on its individual merits.
For more information, please visit http://www.paulhunterfoundation.org
Young people are most affected by the most persistent problems in the world, yet are frequently overlooked as part of the solution. Our mission is to place young people at the forefront of change and development. Our strength comes from being led by young people and young professionals, from the boardroom right through to the field. We have been working hard since 1985 and over the past 29 years, our programmes have reached over 7 million young people directly and indirectly.
Teenage Cancer Trust
Teenage Cancer Trust aims to ensure that every young person with cancer and their family receive the best possible care and professional support throughout their cancer journey. Teenage Cancer Trust builds specialist units in NHS hospitals across the country for young people living with cancer. The charity also empowers young people through education and advocacy.
For more information, please visithttp://www.teenagecancertrust.org
The Children’s Trust
Every parent hopes that their child will be born healthily and grow up without serious accident or illness. Unfortunately these expectations can be shattered; children are born with disabilities or become suddenly disabled as a result of an accident or illness. The Children’s Trust is here to help these children and their families from all over the UK with vital care, support, education and rehabilitation.
For more information, please visit www.thechildrenstrust.org.uk
La Licorne » is an association created by Pierrette Bres, a retired horse racing TV commentator. The association aims to help children affected by mental illness and behavioural problems, mainly Autism, through therapy with horses. Through her association Pierrette Bres shares with these children her passion of horses and sees the beneficial effects contact with ponies has on Autistic children.
Thus to continue to develop the discovery of new feelings and in turn a marked improvement in the children’s’ behaviour, the association has launched several new concepts around different auxiliary therapies: “The discovery of the sea and marine life” by organising boat outings; the set up of a video studio with computers and cameras to teach the children to discover their own image as well as recreational days with clowns and magicians with face painting and costumes offered by the association.
The amazing results encourage the development of their minds but are also a real ray of hope for their parents. Some autistic children can really improve their behaviour and go on to have a career under tutorage whilst also being independent.
“All these activities and projects couldn’t be realised without the generosity of our donors, so we would like to send our heartfelt thanks to BGC for its loyal support of our association which will enable us next year to carry out our project to construct a small equestrian centre for the children…”
For more information visit : www.lalicorne.org
Beyond Social Services
Beyond Social Services is a charity dedicated to reducing delinquency among children and youths from less privileged backgrounds. It provides guidance, care, protection and resources that keep young people in school and out of trouble.
For more information, please visit www.beyond.org.sg
The Breast Cancer Campaign
Our mission is to beat breast cancer by funding research to ensure women, men, and their families no longer have to fear this terrible disease. We are unique funding 99 research projects across the UK and Ireland, wherever it will have the biggest impact on survival rates and treatment effectiveness. For more information, please visit The Breast Cancer Campaign.
Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research
We are the only UK charity solely dedicated to research into blood cancers, including leukaemia, lymphoma and myeloma. Our life-saving research is focused on finding causes, improving diagnosis and treatments, and running ground-breaking clinical trials for all blood cancer patients. We won’t stop until we’ve beaten blood cancer.
For more information, please visit: http://leukaemialymphomaresearch.org.uk/
Lowe Syndrome Trust
The Lowe Syndrome Trust is a UK Charity formed in June 2000 by parents of a Lowe syndrome child. The charity supports families and initiates and funds medical research into Lowe Syndrome. Lowe Syndrome is a genetic disorder that can occur with no family history, affecting boys and multiple physical and mental handicaps including cataracts in both eyes, muscle weakness (hypotonia or floppy baby syndrome), kidney problems, cysts, brittle bones, arthritis, poor growth, mental impairment with behaviour problems (autistic spectrum disorder) and epilepsy. The charity supports families and raises funds to support vital medical research in the hope of better treatment and cure of the disease. For more information, please visit Lowe Syndrome Trust.
Multiple Sclerosis Society
The MS Society is the UK’s leading MS charity. Since 1956, we’ve been providing information and support, funding research and fighting for change.We fund research, give grants, campaign for change, provide information and support, invest in MS specialists and lend a listening ear to those who need it. For more information, please visit Multiple Sclerosis Society.
Scope, the disability charity, supports disabled children so they can fulfil their potential. We believe that every child has the right to live in a happy, loving environment; to have a support network that means they will be able to live a fulfilling family life. For more information, please visit Scope UK.
Wounded Warrior Project
The mission of Wounded Warrior Project™ (WWP) is to honor and empower wounded warriors. WWP’s purpose is to raise awareness and enlist the public’s aid for the needs of injured service members, to help injured servicemen and women aid and assist each other, and to provide unique, direct programs and services to meet their needs. WWP is a national, nonpartisan organization headquartered in Jacksonville, Florida.
For more information, please visit www.woundedwarriorproject.org
Our Vision is that every disabled and disadvantaged young person should be provided with the freedom, independence and hope to reach their full potential.
For more information, please visit: http://www.varietyclub.org.uk/
Liya Kebede Foundation
Founded in 2005 the Liya Kebede Foundation is committed to ensuring that every woman, no matter where she lives, has access to life-saving care. They work to educate policy makers and support programs that save lives in partnership with governments, non-governmental organizations, corporations and affected communities.
For more information, please visit: http://theliyakebedefoundation.org/
Chi Heng Foundation
The mission of CHF is to create a harmonious, equal and healthy society through projects to provide education, sponsorship and promote AIDS prevention, care and anti-discrimination.
For more information, please visit: http://www.chihengfoundation.com/index_en.html
Christina Noble Children’s Foundation
The Christina Noble Children’s Foundation (CNCF) is an International Partnership of people dedicated to serving underprivileged children with the hope of helping each child maximize their life potential. Our programmes in Vietnam and Mongolia seek to protect children at risk of economic and sexual exploitation, while ensuring these and other children in need have access to basic care and educational opportunities. The programmes include; emergency and long-term medical care, nutritional rehabilitation, educational and vocational training and job placement. This is accomplished within the context of the family and the community whenever possible, and always with love and respect for the dignity of each child as an individual.
For more information, please visit: http://www.cncf.org/en/home/index.php
International Care Ministries
ICM’s goal is to transform the face of poverty in the Philippines through working with the poorest of the poor (those living at, or below subsistence level) with a holistic, community-based approach to fighting poverty that produces real and sustainable results.
For more information, please visit: http://www.caremin.com/
The Orphanage Trust
The Orphanage Trust is a Christian charitable trust registered in New Zealand. It was established for the purpose of helping children around the world through the development of orphanages and schools. Currently they support two projects, one in Orissa, India, where they support 60 children living in the orphanage and over 250 children in the school. They also support an orphanage for 40 children in Burundi, Africa
It is their dream that every child on earth is provided with the necessities of life – shelter, food, clothing and an education. They want to create an environment where children in our care are filled with hope, encouraged to pursue their aspirations, where they learn to love and are free to laugh
100% of any money donated goes directly to the orphanages or schools.
For more information, please visit: http://www.theorphanagetrust.com/
Harlem RBI is a 501(c)3, community-based youth development organization located in East Harlem, New York. Harlem RBI’s mission is to provide inner-city youth with opportunities to play, learn and grow. Harlem RBI uses the power of teams to coach, teach and inspire youth to recognize their potential and realize their dreams. Harlem RBI’s unique brand of youth development programming, which includes participation on a baseball or softball team and engagement in group-based academic and enrichment programming, has evolved over the organization’s 20-year history to best meet the needs of East Harlem youth. Additionally, Harlem RBI’s DREAM Charter School, which opened in 2008, currently serves 200 students in grades K-3. Harlem RBI and DREAM Charter School’s combined staff of 80 full-time professionals and a committed corps of nearly 300 part-time staff, volunteers and interns implement year-round after-school, summer and school day programs that serve more than 1,000 East Harlem boys and girls, ages 5-22. For more information, please visit Harlem RBI
The Honeypot Children’s Charity
The Honeypot Children’s Charity’s vision is for every child to make the most of their one chance at childhood.
Since 1996 Honeypot has been working to enhance the lives of vulnerable children and young carers aged 5-12 years by providing respite breaks and on-going outreach support. We give young carers a break from demanding and stressful responsibilities at home and provide a safe, nurturing environment where children at risk can develop their full potential.
For more information, please visit: http://www.honeypot.org.uk/
Eli Manning Foundation (Fidelity Charitable Gift Fund)
Fidelity Charitable is the brand name for the Fidelity® Charitable Gift Fund, an independent public charity, established in 1991 with the mission to further the American tradition of philanthropy by providing programs that make charitable giving simple and effective.
St. Joseph Home
St. Joseph’s Home recognizes each and every individual, they teach them the importance to live right with justice. They provide them a living-hood, learning opportunity and emotional support in their educational process so that they will become those who can contribute and be of value to society. They currently have 48 children living in the main facility as well as three other group homes with 6 older children in each place.
For more information, please visit: http://www.saintjosephhome.com/
52nd Street Project
The 52nd Street Project (The Project) is dedicated to the creation and production of new plays for, and often by, kids between the ages of nine and eighteen that reside in the Hell’s Kitchen neighborhood in New York City. The Project does this through a series of unique mentoring programs that match kids with professional theater artists.
For more information, please visit: http://www.52project.org
St Paul’s Cathedral
St Paul’s Cathedral, the 5th on the site since 604AD, was designed by Sir Christopher Wren over 300 years ago. It is the Cathedral of the Anglican Diocese of London, scene of national and state occasions. The choristers of St. Pauls typically each spend 6 years singing at a huge number of services, concerts and events, their education funded by the cathedral with bursaries offered for their accommodation in cases of parental hardship.
For more information, please visit: http://www.stpauls.co.uk/
Barnardo’s vision is that the lives of all children and young people should be free from poverty, abuse and discrimination. Our purpose is to help the most vulnerable children transform their lives and fulfil their potential, no matter who they are, where they’ve come from or what they’ve done.
We believe in the potential of all children; we believe that every child deserves the best start in life and the chance to fulfil their potential. With the right help, committed support and a little belief, even the most vulnerable children and young people can turn their lives around.
For more information, please visit: http://www.barnardos.org.uk/
Community Chest of Korea
To empower the underserved and improve lives by spreading a culture of sharing in our community.
Children’s Cancer Foundation
CCF is a non-profit organisation impassioned with the mission of improving the quality of lives of children with cancer and their families through enhancing their emotional, social and medical well-being
Seeing is Believing
SiB is a global initiative to tackle avoidable (preventable or treatable) blindness. It is a collaboration between Standard Chartered, the International Agency for Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) and leading international eye-care NGOs. SiB has raised over US$25 million for eye-care initiatives. It has impacted more than 16 million people and helped over 2.5 million receive sight-restoring cataract surgery. SiB’s latest commitment, ‘A New Vision’, aims to fundraise US$10 million which will be matched in full by Standard Chartered. This will provide 20 million people in impoverished urban areas across the globe with access to comprehensive and sustainable eye-care services.
For more information, please visit seeingisbelieving.org.uk
Building Homes for Heroes
Since 2006, Building Homes for Heroes has provided individuals, corporations and others with an opportunity to help our severely wounded and disabled veterans, and their families rebuild their lives. Building Homes for Heroes is committed to supporting those who have returned home from the wars in Iraq or Afghanistan with severe wounds and disabilities, with a goal to build homes for families in dire need. It’s our honor to support those who have been called upon to make a tremendous personal sacrifice.
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Bone Marrow & Cancer Foundation
The Bone Marrow & Cancer Foundation, founded in 1992, is dedicated to improving the quality of life for cancer and transplant patients and their families by providing vital financial assistance, comprehensive resources, educational information, physician referrals, and emotional support programs.
Guided by a medical advisory board of nationally-recognized cancer specialists and working with hospitals across the United States, the Bone Marrow & Cancer Foundation is the only organization of its kind that does not limit assistance to a specific disease, type of transplant or age range. For the past 27 years, the Foundation has connected patients and their families with the services they need—from diagnosis through survivorship—to make effective decisions about treatment and its aftermath. All of the Foundation’s programs and services are offered to patients and their families free of charge. For more information, please visit: http://bonemarrow.org/about/our-mission
Cardiac Risk in the Young aims to reduce the frequency of young sudden cardiac death by working with cardiologists and family doctors to establish good practice and appropriate screening facilities to promote and protect the cardiac health of our young.
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Hope and Homes for Children
Every child needs the protection, encouragement and love of a family.
Poverty, discrimination and a lack of support for families when they suffer difficulties mean 8 out of 10 of the 8 million children confined to orphanages are not orphans – they have at least one living parent or close relative.
Decades of evidence proves that orphanages damage children’s development, exposing them to life-changing neglect and abuse.
That’s why Hope and Homes for Children is a leading global movement to keep children in families, putting an end to an antiquated orphanage system that is neither necessary nor working.
Always family. Never orphanages.
Mayor’s Fund For London
The Mayor’s Fund for London is an independent charity, championing social mobility for young Londoners from low-income backgrounds.
We believe that all young people, regardless of their starting point in life, should be able to thrive in their community, forge fulfilling careers and can take advantage of the outstanding opportunities that London has to offer.
Our work raises awareness of the barriers facing young Londoners, promotes the activities which best increases their opportunities and brings together the partnerships to make a measurable impact on young Londoners’ lives.
In 2018, we supported over 35,000 young Londoners aged 4-24 across all 33 boroughs working in partnership with 427 schools, 110 community organisations and 94 employers, charities, social enterprises, and local authorities.
The Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, is our patron.
Boomer Esiason Foundation
The Boomer Esiason Foundation is a dynamic partnership of leaders in the medical and business communities joining with a committed core of volunteers to heighten awareness, education and quality of life for those affected by cystic fibrosis, while providing financial support to research aimed at finding a cure.
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Centrepoint’s mission is to give young people a future and our long-term vision is to end youth homelessness.
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Children in Crisis
Put simply, we help children in places other charities just don’t go. We rebuild education systems and ensure that all children, whoever or wherever they were born, receive the loving care they need to realise the best in themselves.
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The Felix Organization
The Felix Organization provides inspiring opportunities and new experiences to enrich the lives of children who are growing in the foster care system.
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Garden of Dreams Foundation
The Garden of Dreams Foundation is a non-profit organization that works with The Madison Square Garden Company to positively impact the lives of children facing obstacles.
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Sparks raises money to fund pioneering child health research across the UK, helping to find new treatments and cures for children and families who desperately need them.
We need your support to discover new treatments and cures for children with complex and rare conditions, throughout the UK.
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Solving Kids’ Cancer
Solving Kids’ Cancer is not just our name, it’s our mission. We focus on aggressive childhood cancers with low survival rates—because Every Kid Deserves to Grow Up. Solving Kids’ Cancer helps accelerate new, next-generation treatments, including immunotherapy, cancer vaccines, and new drugs by applying an understanding of the entire childhood cancer research landscape to wisely invest in innovative projects.
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