ACCESS - supporting migrants in East Anglia (formerly Kings Lynn Area Resettlement Support (KLARS)) works to provide free multi-lingual advice and information. Its aim is to help clients access services appropriately and resolve problems quickly to work towards improving quality of life. It supports clients with a wide…
AFTAID - Aid for the Aged in Distress offers direct financial assistance in the form of grants, often in emergency situations, covering a wide range of 'quality of life' issues. It welcomes applications from individuals, or their family and neighbours. Most often it is contacted by…
The Age Action Alliance is a network that brings together organisations and older people, in partnership. Drawn from civil society and the public and private sectors, it takes a positive approach to ageing and seeks practical ways to improve services and support to older people. Members…
1 in 5 people over 50 don’t have children and by 2030, there will be 2 million people over 65 without children. Ageing without Children aims to help people ageing without children live a later life free of the fear of ageing alone and being…
We are working to find a cure for low-grade astrocytoma, oligodendroglioma, oligoastrocytoma and ependymoma brain tumours by raising money to support low-grade glioma research projects at the most innovative neuro-oncology research centres in the UK. We also offer information, inspiration and support to help patients,…
Michelle Mould MSIMPACT provides autism training to professionals and parents. Details of training available on website www.michellemouldcounselling-autismtraining.weebly.com This includes the National Autistic Society Seminars for Families that are based on the successful "Help Programme" that the National Autistic Society have updated and also training to cover…
Baby Basics exists to provide essential equipment, clothing and toiletries free of charge to families who are unable to provide for themselves. Requests must come from a professional who works alongside the family and not directly from the individual in need. If you identify a…
Barchester’s Charitable Foundation was created by Barchester Healthcare in 2000 to give something back to people in the communities where the Barchester care homes operate. It is a registered charity based in London and legally completely independent of Barchester Healthcare. The Foundation has its own…
Scams are misleading or deceptive communications like letters, emails or phone calls that try to con people out of money, but not all are illegal. There are hundreds of types of scams - fake lottery and prize draw wins, bogus psychic predictions, get-rich-quick investment cons and 'miracle'…
Since 1992 when we were established as a charity (born out of Who Cares? magazine which started in 1985), we've been working to improve the everyday lives and future life chances of children in care and young care leavers. We provide help, support and advice…