Kidney Kids Scotland
You can help us to support Scottish children with renal illness and their families.
Tel: 01324 555843
Supporting families and hospitals all over Scotland supplying them with much needed equipment and funding for posts recognised as being essential.
Mothers’ Union is a movement of over 4 million members who won’t stand to see families suffer. In 84 countries their Christian faith inspires them to serve their communities, helping people of all faiths and none.
Together we change the lives of over 650,000 people each year; and because we work in the heart of every community the impact lasts a lifetime.
Leaving a Legacy to Mothers’ Union means helping to ensure that no family has to struggle to get from one day to the next. Families will get the support they need, long into the future – through projects such as parenting programmes, literacy circles, family centres in prisons and much more. Leaving a Legacy of any size is a lovely way to make a lasting contribution to family life, all over the world.
For further information on donating to this charity tel 020 7222 5533 or visit their website at www.themothersunion.org
Camphill Foundation UK
Camphill Foundation provides much-needed financial support to projects which greatly enhance the quality of life of adults, children and young people with learning disabilities. Camphill communities throughout the UK and Ireland offer safe and supportive environments in a variety of semi-rural and urban settings where individuals can feel at home and develop their personal abilities and interests. There is also a strong sense of belonging to a diverse but cohesive intentional community and supported living network. Work opportunities abound, giving a real sense of meaning, purpose and achievement, which is essential for a person’s well-being.
Camphill Foundation supports development projects such as the building of new accommodation, establishing new workshops and facilities, developing agricultural and horticultural activities, providing new equipment, and various educational, training, cultural and social initiatives. Support is often in the form of grants to help projects get started and loans at a low rate of interest, usually over several years.
Supporting Camphill Foundation means also fostering a new understanding and recognition of people with disabilities and enabling them to develop and make use of their astonishing talents and skills as fully engaged, talented and co-responsible members of the community carrying out important and meaningful work which is both fulfilling for them and of great value to others.
PLEASE HELP US TO ACHIEVE THESE AIMS
Siloam Christian Ministries
Through Siloam you could sponsor a child’s education in Kenya or Vietnam. Or, you could help rescue an abandoned baby at the Rehoboth Children’s Centre in the Philippines until they are able to join a ‘forever family.’
In Kenya, Siloam provides financial assistance to the Lambwe Christian School for the Deaf as well as two children’s homes and a residential high school run by Blessed Generation who care for children in need of a home following a family breakdown or abandonment.
In Pakistan, Siloam supports co-workers working in the brick kilns where many Christians are bonded labourers. They can help a Pakistani young lady become financially self-sufficient by providing a sewing machine and training.
Siloam empowers indigenous churches to arrange children’s Bible camps in Eastern Europe, Portugal and Peru for disadvantaged children.
At Christmas time, Siloam dispenses food parcels for desperately poor pensioners and impoverished families in Bulgaria, the Ukraine and Portugal through local churches.
Siloam helps overseas projects that don’t necessarily attract the attention of the larger Charities. The Trustees are satisfied in knowing that the projects Siloam partners with overseas comply with all the accounting criteria demanded by the UK Charity Commissioners. Child protection policies and practices are also regularly reviewed and inspections are carried out on a regular basis to overseas projects to gain material to be shared with supporters in the UK.
Presently, Siloam is sponsoring more than 30 projects overseas for which your financial help and prayer support are equally sought to help them do much, much more!
For further information on donating to this Charity, please telephone 08000-27-79-17 or visit their website www.siloam.org.uk
CLEFT was established in 2007 by patients, parents, grandparents and surgeons from the North Thames Cleft Centre based at Great Ormond St Hospital for Children and the St Andrew’s Centre, Broomfield Hospital, Chelmsford.
Its aims were:
The strap line is “Bridging the Gap”. We aim to help bridge:
More information can be found on the CLEFT website – www.cleft.org.uk.
ZANE: Zimbabwe A National Emergency
ZANE provides aid and comfort to destitute people in Zimbabwe.
ZANE provides aid to around 1,800 destitute elderly people, including over 600 war veterans and their widows. It assists with rent, medical bills and food. However, there is also a desperate need to support children and young people, particularly in helping them gain an education so one day when the situation in Zimbabwe improves, they will be able to work and help re-build the country.
ZANE funds a clubfoot correction programme and to-date has treated over 3,550 children – enabling them to walk and live a life free from disability. ZANE also runs creative therapy projects to help women and their families who have been victims of political violence, abuse, and extreme poverty. ZANE also funds education projects including pop-up classrooms in high density townships.
ZANE provides aid, comfort and support to the most destitute people in Zimbabwe. More information is available at www.zane.uk.com
Parenting Together Ltd
Family Mediation and Children’s Rights Advocates
Parenting Together began as a network of parents and teachers in Bradford protecting children from sex-offenders and political groups that invariably target the most vulnerable young people according to their family circumstances and Social Services intervention. This later won the Hilary Rose Award for better understanding the cause, cure and consequences to young people of injustice, inequality, exploitation and political malice.
In 2014, the charity's founder Gerry Hannah met with SA, Business Chair of the NSPCC, (email below) several times and spoke with their Chief Consultant.
"Hi again. You can probably tell our meeting today interested me a lot and made me think about areas that I have not touched on in depth with NSPCC. I love your plan. I think it is logical and works, it’s not simply intentions that are meant to be good, actually really interests me and I believe worth further detailed investigation. I think the end result is positive. So I want to work with you on this if you don’t mind. Your ideas have some real complications and we have to be careful, I’m sure you know this, morally it’s correct … I’m on board – S."
The Joint (Parliamentary) Commission on Human Rights later published the award-winning research in their 'Report on Domestic Violence against Women and the Rape of Young Girls' (Joint Parliamentary Committee on Human Rights, 19/02/15), linking a high rate of domestic violence and sexual crimes committed by people destabilised in childhood after losing the love and protection from one or both birth parents. Later that year, the charity was listed among preferred suppliers to the Ministry of Justice.
Less than 5% of the 180+ children in the charity's care suffered congenital psychiatric or psychological disorders, almost all suffered parental alienation and emotional damage suppressed and undiagnosed until sometime after their fourteenth birthday. Gerry Hannah dedicated the charity to engaging the most reclusive disturbed young people who do not trust the authorities; afraid to leave home they are unable to participate in education and are unreachable to any national organisations.
In meetings with an NSPCC Chair and discussions with their Senior Consultant on this problem, the charity configured more efficient community projects for young people. For adults, parents, youth workers, police and legal professionals can now engage directly with the most vulnerable young people. For the Courts, their Expert Witness services and Professional Risk Assessments enable better-informed judgments ensuring the best possible outcomes for children.
For further information on donating to this charity tel 01677 450319 or visit their website at www.partog.co.uk
Action for Sick Children
Action for Sick Children's mission is to ensure that healthcare in the UK meets the unique needs of all children and young people and their families. With over 50 years’ experience, they campaign on all aspects of healthcare, whether in hospital in the community or at home and from national policies to individual family cases.
Action for Sick Children believe that family focused environments, as well as excellent medical services, are critical to aiding recovery. Action for Sick Children provides leadership at local and national levels. They harness the experience and expertise of children, parents and their families as well as healthcare professionals. They define standards in child healthcare and lobby to implement these standards.
For further information on donating to this charity tel 0161 486 6788 or visit their website at
Child Aid was formed in 2000, by a small group of people who accidentally became involved in the problems many rural villages experience in Southern India. It was a story of one person sponsoring a few children from a charity based outside of the UK, on the understanding that he visited those children. Which he did, following that visit, it almost became mandatory to start a similar charity to help, based in the UK. Now Child Aid is a very active charity involved in a wide range of activities in Southern India.
It has funded the education of children in six villages in rural Tamil Nadu, it has built a five classroom primary school. It has changed the lives of three other villages providing toilets in those villages - a luxury no rural village ever had. Then the Tsunami came and Child Aid was on the spot only a few weeks after – a story on it own. It has worked to supporting a children’s home for girls who had no parents and is shortly to build a childrens home of its own from land donated by a supportive Indian businessman.
It is easy to say, but it is true, every sponsorship `penny, ever cent` from individual sponsors goes to helping the child or children sponsored. None of the individual sponsor’s hard earned donation goes to administration. This to date has been down to the Trustees and a number of individual supporters and corporates who like the various projects being undertaken by Child Aid and have supported Child Aid itself.
For further information on donating to this charity tel 01932 588860 or visit their website at
Their Future Today
Their Future Today isn't just making a child's life better, it is giving a child a life.
We are proactively changing the lives of our worlds' most vulnerable children existing alone in desperate conditions in Institutions in Sri Lanka. Whether it is providing another pair of hands to feed a hungry baby, a cleaner healthier environment, nutritious food, medical supplies or clothing, or reuniting an abandoned child whose family have had to take desperate measures to keep their child alive, or giving a child the key to education we are committed to giving these children a more positive future.
Feel assured that our dedicated team both here and in Sri Lanka will be making your donations work hard, we can even give you receipts detailing how your money is spent.
We believe in total transparancy and you can feel assured your contribution will directly make a significant impact on these childrens' lives.
For further information on donating to this charity tel 01932 770347 or visit their website at www.theirfuturetoday.com