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Arthritis Care are the UK’s largest organisation working with and for people of all ages who have arthritis. It is a user-led organisation which means people with arthritis are at the centre of everything they do. Our members take part in all of our activities…
0808 800 4050
Home visiting/befriending; weekly phone contact to the housebound; escorting and tranportation; wheelchair pushing; emergency shopping; assisting people attend social and community groups; organising community events; signposting for information/advice; odd jobs/gardening; luncheon club; seated exercise classes. All services provided subject to availabilty of volunteers.
0161 434 9216
AUGB exists to develop, promote and support the interests of the Ukrainian community in the UK We aim to have: A thriving and growing membership which embraces Ukrainians of all generations and all backgrounds Proactive elected leadership which works in partnership with others and communicates…
0161 205 6692
Living with Autism isn’t easy, but finding out about it should be….www.autismlinks.co.uk is a FREE website dedicated to making those helpful and sometimes vital links. It covers who to talk to, where to go and contains lots of helpful information all in one place.
We are a national charity supporting whose primary aim is to give support, reassurance and advice to cardiac patients, their families and carers. Whether it be heart attack, angina, cardiac investigations, arrhythmias, stents, implantable cardiac devices or cardiac surgery for bypass, valve replacement, aneurysm, hole-in-the-heart,…
Beanstalk’s service is simple yet highly effective. We recruit, train and support volunteers to provide consistent, one-to-one literacy support to primary school children who need our help. Our trained reading helpers give them the support they need to improve their reading ability and confidence. The children…
020 7729 4087Fax: 020 7729 7643
The charity provides authoritative information about all aspects of bowel cancer. There is lots information about screening for the condition and how to go about it. People affected by bowel cancer, including family members and friends, can contact a dedicated bowel cancer nurse by phone…
08450 719 300
A social-support group for bisexual people over the age of 18 years. The group holds its main "talky space" meetings once a month at LGBT Foundation, and other social meet-ups regularly between. We also provide speakers for outside events.
Bowel Cancer UK can help patients and the families and friends of people affected by bowel cancer. A dedicated team of nurses deliver the Advisory Service to support people and give information on a wide range of medical and emotional issues. They can be contacted…
020 7940 1760
Breast Cancer Care services are for people affected by breast cancer and their aim is to offer support and information whenever you need it. This national charity can help whether you want someone to talk to, the latest information or practical support to help cope…
0808 800 6000