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Congratulations to Mind, who will receive a grant cheque for £1,000 - with members generously donating over 1.2m points during Q3.
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This latest phase will end at midday on 1st January 2019
We are the only UK charity investing in research into dementia care, cause, cure and prevention. We’ve committed to spending £150 million on cutting-edge research over the next decade. Every project we fund directly addresses the needs and concerns of people affected by dementia.
At Alzheimer's Society, we believe passionately that life doesn't end when dementia begins. We are here for anyone affected by dementia, and we do everything we can to keep people with dementia connected to their lives and the people who matter most.
In 2015/16, for every £1 we received, we spent 89p on directly improving the lives of people with dementia. The other 11p goes towards generating future income.
We're the Royal Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (RSPCA) and we've been here, looking out for animals, since 1824.
It's our vision to live in a world where all animals are respected and treated with compassion.
Every day, with the help of our people and our generous supporters, we take steps to achieve our mission. From rescuing a stranded deer to changing the law, we've already achieved so much and come so far.
On average every 30 seconds someone in England and Wales dials 0300 1234 999 - the RSPCA's 24-hour cruelty line - for help. In 2015 we received 1,118,495 phone calls.
We have approximately 340 RSPCA inspectors, 50 animal welfare officers (AWOs) and 88 animal collection officers (ACOs) working to prevent cruelty and promote kindness to animals in England and Wales. Read more about our people and what we do.
Help for Heroes founders, Bryn and Emma Parry, wanted to 'just do something' to help those wounded in the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Initial plans to raise £500,000 on a Big Battlefield Bike Ride led to a meeting with General Sir Richard Dannatt, the head of the Army, who suggested that they put any funds raised towards a much needed swimming pool at the Defence Medical Rehabilitation Centre at Headley Court.
We do whatever it takes for children – every day and in times of crisis – transforming their lives and the future we share.
We helped 22.1 million children through our work in 2016. We run world-class programmes to save children’s lives and challenge world leaders to keep to their promises to give children a brighter future.
We help blind people to see again, and prevent people from going blind wherever we can. We improve the lives of people with disabilities, particularly those who have permanent sight loss.
We need to change the lives of people at risk of sight loss for the long term, not just today. So we campaign to make the world a fairer place for people with disabilities and we tackle the underlying causes of avoidable blindness.
Every day, almost 900 children under five years old die from diarrhoeal diseases caused by dirty water and poor sanitation. Your donation can help to change this.
For the next four years, Thames Water is working with WaterAid to bring safe water and toilets to communities living in Kasungu and Mponela in Malawi. With your support we can install taps so families have a regular supply of safe water just steps away from their homes. We can improve waste-water systems so people have somewhere safe to go to the toilet. And we can promote hygiene education to help stop the spread of disease that kills so many children every year.
Since WaterAid started in 1981, our supporters have helped to us reach:
- Almost 25 million people with safe water
- 24 million people with sanitation
- More than 16 million people with hygiene promotion
Thank you for choosing to donate your points to WaterAid. Your support really can change lives.
Marie Curie is remembered for her discovery of radium and polonium, and her huge contribution to the fight against cancer. This work continues to inspire our charity's mission to support people living with terminal illness, including cancer.
Our vision is to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured.
In the 1970s, less than a quarter of people with cancer survived. But over the last 40 years, survival has doubled – today half will survive.
Our ambition is to accelerate progress and see three-quarters of people surviving the disease within the next 20 years. Our new strategy will give us the foundations we need to tackle the challenges ahead.
We want survival in the UK to be among the best in the world. We’re focusing our efforts in four key areas – working to help prevent cancer, diagnose it earlier, develop new treatments and optimise current treatments by personalising them and making them even more effective.
Great Ormond Street Hospital (GOSH) is an international centre of excellence in child healthcare.
Together with our research partner, the UCL Great Ormond Street Institute of Child Health, we form the UK’s only academic Biomedical Research Centre specialising in paediatrics.
Since its formation in 1852, the hospital has been dedicated to children’s healthcare and to finding new and better ways to treat childhood illnesses.
Age UK's vision is to make the UK a great place to grow older. We do this by inspiring, supporting and enabling in a number of ways.
Working together with partners and communities, we aim to educate, influence, supervise and rescue those at risk from drowning.
The RNLI philosophy remains the same as it was in 1824: to provide our lifesaving service using volunteers wherever possible, with voluntary donations supplying the funds needed to do so.
We provide lifeboats; a seasonal lifeguard service; coastal safety, research and education programmes; and flood response.
We must focus our efforts on reaching the remaining people at risk from drowning, but it is not something we can achieve on our own, at home or internationally. In order to save more lives we need to transform how we think, feel and talk about the RNLI.