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Momentum Children's Charity supports children, and their families, across Surrey, SW London and Sussex who are faced with the diagnosis of cancer or another life-challenging condition. We support children, and their families, across Surrey, SW London and Sussex who are faced with the diagnosis of cancer or a life-challenging condition. All families are different, so we offer individually-tailored practical and emotional support through our family support programme; provide holidays, family experiences to help during the stress of treatment; and implement projects within local hospitals including Kingston, Epsom, St Peter’s, Croydon, St George's and East Surrey, refurbishing areas within their children’s wards. Momentum Children's Charity supports the whole family, parents, siblings, and grandparents. By establishing close links to the families we can identify ways to help that fit their specific needs. We're there at every step, forever.
The Scottish SPCA is Scotland’s animal charity. We are the only charity in Scotland that cares for all animals and are continually deepening our welfare expertise through our ground-breaking work and research with partners. We rescue animals and nurse them back to health before finding them loving homes or releasing them back into the wild, educate the public on animal welfare and report those who have been cruel to animals.
At Severn Hospice, we are committed to caring for people in the place where they want to receive it. Both here and at home. Our approach to care is to enable those who need our help to live as well as they can within the constraints of a life-limiting illness. ‘Living Well’ with Severn Hospice means we care for people, not patients.