Mental Health UK has been supporting people affected by mental health problems for over 40 years. Working across the UK, we bring together experts from four national mental health charities to improve understanding and provide vital care.
The RSPCA is the world’s oldest animal welfare charity. Our aims are to promote kindness and prevent cruelty to animals.
With 328 Inspectors, 146 Animal Collection Officers and specialist staff at animal hospitals, centres and clinics throughout England and Wales we work around the clock to help animals in need. Thanks to the RSPCA more than 100,000 animals are re-homed and more than 30,000 animal cruelty complaints are investigated every year.
Registered Charity No. 219099
LOVE is a one of a kind socially conscious business that funds its support services through commercial products.
Our aim is to raise human potential through our support services such as education, social care & health and wellbeing programs.
While our commercial products include professional training, recruitment and publications.
All of this is enhanced and supported with innovative technology.
The NWMRT provides assistance to anyone in need in mountainous, remote or hostile environments. We work closely with statutory organisations such as the PSNI, NI Fire and Rescue Service and NI Ambulance Service. We also train and undertake operations with other volunteer rescue organisations. We encourage outdoors activities and are committed to improving safety through information and advice.
The Royal Air Force Benevolent Fund supports current and former members of the RAF, their partners and families, providing practical, emotional and financial support, whenever they need us. We are committed to getting them through the toughest times,
whatever life may send their way. We’ll consider any request for assistance, however big or small, providing a tailor-made approach to each individual situation.
We are unique in providing a range of support for serving RAF and their dependents, from support with childcare and relationship difficulties to help with retraining, injury, disability, illness and bereavement.
For former serving RAF members and their partners, we offer financial grants to aid day-to-day living, cover one-off unexpected costs for practical items like a new fridge or replace a broken boiler, right through to renovating homes to help people live independently. We can provide respite care, bereavement support or arrange telephone groups to help those isolated or lonely.
HEART UK – is the only charity in the UK dedicated to saving lives by helping people avoid heart attacks and strokes caused by high cholesterol. This includes the inherited condition – Familial hypercholesterolemia (FH). Your money will help us continue to provide our support and services, including our cholesterol helpline, our literature and our campaigning work to keep cardiovascular disease top of the political health agenda
At Help for Heroes, we believe those who serve our country deserve support when they’re wounded. Every day, seven people have to leave the Armed Forces as a result of physical or psychological wounds. We help them, and their families, recover and get on with their lives. We’ve already supported more than 22,000 people, but we won’t stop until every veteran gets the support they deserve.