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Because men can be afraid to face male cancer... Orchid is a small dynamic charity solely dedicated to improving the lives of men of all ages who are at risk of, or affected by testicular, penile or prostate cancer. We do this through a range of vital support services, delivering awareness and education campaigns and promoting a world-class research programme.
The NHS is amazing. It is there for us at the most profound moments in our lives, no matter who we are or what we need. There are 250 NHS Charities in the UK providing funds and services above and beyond what the NHS alone can provide. Everyday NHS Charities give £1 million to the NHS.
Founded in 1907, Treloar’s is a charity that operates a School and College for children and young adults aged 2-25 with physical disabilities. Every year we have to raise around £2 million to enable our students to access the specialist staff, equipment and opportunities needed to give them the confidence and skills to control their lives and achieve their aspirations. With your support, we can help all our young people to enjoy the chance to achieve so much more than they, or their parents, could have ever imagined possible. Thank you.
Every RSPCA Branch is a separately registered charity and operates within the framework of the national society's policies and guidelines. This means we are one of 164 branches in England and Wales and the local branch for Mid Norfolk & North Suffolk. By supporting our Branch you can feel secure in the knowledge that your donations will go towards providing care and support to animals that need it. We receive no government funding and pledge to support abused, abandoned and neglected animals. In 2018 we helped over 1,000 animals through rehoming and our welfare assistance programme but there are still so many vulnerable animals out there that need our help, hopefully you will be excited about joining our pack!