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Action for Neurological Disorders (AND) is a consortium of five charities - Epilepsy Society, The National Brian Appeal, Parkinson's UK, Epilepsy Action and Way Ahead - Brain Tumour Research Campaign - which together provide care, counselling, information, support and vital research for people with neurological disorders.
Action Not Disability (AND) is formed from six disability charities who promote independence for disabled people. AND gives you the unique opportunity to help six charities at once.
The Bighearted Scotland Charitable Trust was formed in 1994 when a group of charities decided to work together to raise vital funds for their individual causes. A donation to Bighearted Scotland works harder by helping a wide range of good causes for children, adults and animals with a range of issues including epilepsy, special needs, exclusion, animal protection, disability, cancer and mental health problems.
Blindcare focuses on supporting the delivery of education, vocational, independent living and employment skills training for young people with visual impairment from across the UK. The charity understands that intervention at an early stage in life makes a massive positive impact on the future life chances, opportunities and outcomes for people with VI and it supports a range of projects that deliver on this. One of its main project partners is the Royal National College for the Blind (RNC), the UK’s leading further education (FE) college for those aged 16 plus with visual impairment. RNC supports up to 80 students a year, age 16-25, in a residential setting and was rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted in 2018.
Charities at Work is a group of five leading national charities working throughout the UK and abroad. Separately, we represent a cross section of major concerns which affect everyone's daily lives:
• Age UK - working towards a world where everyone can love later life
• British Red Cross - refusing to ignore people in crisis, both at home and overseas
• NSPCC - fighting for every childhood
• RSPB - giving nature a home
• Scope - making the UK a place where disabled people have the same opportunities as everyone else
Together, we are Charities at Work - one donation, five great charities.
Charities at Work was established in 1987 - in the same year that Payroll Giving started - making us one of the first and oldest charity consortiums in the UK. All of the funds raised through Payroll Giving, and all of the donations made to Charities at Work, are split equally between the five member charities.
Please note, membership of the consortium does not necessarily indicate endorsement of the views or activities of the other members.
Charity Stars were set up in 2019 and consists of 7 amazing charities.
By donating to Charity Stars, you are funding seven wonderful causes and all the great work they do - all in a tax-effective way through your payroll which makes the most of your generous gift.
All donations to this group will be split equally between: Action on Hearing Loss, Breast Cancer Now, Childlife, MS Society, Muscular Dystrophy UK, Shelter and Woodland Trust
Child Concern Consortium is a group of three small children's charities raising funds together since 1994.
Each of our member charities works in a different way to help vulnerable children, offering years of experience and expertise and touching the lives of many thousands of children each year.
Originally formed to raise funds through Payroll Giving, we now have nearly 3000 individuals supporting us directly from their payroll and thousands more committed to regular giving via direct debit, collecting change in one of our money boxes, making one-off donations or giving us their valuable time as volunteers.
One gift to Childlife supports four charities providing care and support for children, young people and their families.
Throughout the UK, thousands of children and young people are facing challenges in their lives as a result of illness, disability or social circumstances. Childlife helps to improve the lives of children and young people by raising funds for the work of its four member charities.
Our partner charities supporting children are Ataxia UK, Acorns Childrens Hospice, National Deaf Childrens Society and the National Childrens Bureau. Together they reach many thousands of families every year, providing a range of direct services, information and advice.
Friends at Work was formed in 2004 and is made up of nine hard working charities in similar fields seeking to help those suffering from health related illnesses and disabilities that affect quality of life.
Become a friend today and find out how easy it is to donate and make a difference to the lives of those aided by these wonderful charities.
Your donation will be split equally between all the charities within the group, these are - Action Medical Research, Action on Hearing Loss, Childlife, Mencap, Guideposts, Muscular Dystrophy UK, RNIB, Signhealth and The Roy Castle Cancer Foundation.
Giving for Futures was formed in 2016 and consists of four amazing charities, Against Breast Cancer, National Deaf Children's Society, Seeability and YMCA England.
This consortium is hoping that by working together, they can attract regular and much needed income from payroll giving donors.
All donations to this group will be split equally between the charities within it.
Northern Ireland Charities Together (NICT) is a unique consortium of six local charities, namely; Age NI, Cancer Focus Northern Ireland, ChildLine, CLIC Sargent Northern Ireland, Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke and RNIB Northern Ireland.
Smile a Minute consists of eight well respected charities who work closely together to encourage employees to use tax-effective payroll giving to support the work they do with children and adults.
Why not join the thousands of donors who are already supporting the Smile A Minute charities, helping them to achieve their goals and really putting a smile on the face of those that need it.
Your donation will be split equally between the charities in Smile a Minute, these are - Action for Children, Carers UK, Childlife, Great Ormond Street Hospital Children's Charity, Mencap, MS Society, People for People and Sightsavers International.
No animal should suffer from injury, disease, abuse, or neglect.
With your help, we can end the suffering of cats, dogs, donkeys, and horses.
Help FOUR charities with ONE donation - and save THOUSANDS of animals' lives
Together for Animals raises much needed funds for its four member charities – Blue Cross, Mayhew, SPANA, and World Horse Welfare. Animals contribute so much to our mental and physical well-being - by working together we are ensuring that they can enjoy happier, healthier lives.
Because of the kind support and donations Together for Animals receives, we can help change the lives of cats, dogs, donkeys, and horses by:
5 a month could help to feed an animal while they wait to find their forever home.
£10 a month could help us save abandoned and abused animals.
£15 a month could help provide urgent veterinary care to a sick animal.
Together we can ensure that animals have happier, healthier lives. Help us save animals from disease, neglect, and abuse.
Six fantastic charities, which as the name would suggest, are working together to change the future for the better of those what rely upon their support.
Together for Change was launched in October 2010 and is proving a popular choice for both employers and employees wishing to donate to a variety of causes rather than having to choose just one.
Donations to this group will be split equally between these charities: Blindcare, Carers UK, Child Concern Consortium, Childlife, Contact and Together for Animals.
By donating to People for People, you support four charities working together to improve the lives of communities in the developing world.
Please help us in this work by making a regular gift through your pay packet.
Amref Health Africa
Leonard Cheshire Disability
There can be few in Yorkshire whose lives have not been touched by one of these worthy causes
Epilepsy Action is the UK's biggest community of people committed to better seizure control and more public awareness of epilepsy.
St Gemma's Hospice - expert care for people with terminal illnesses and invaluable support to their loved ones.
NSPCC We protect children today, prevent abuse tomorrow and transform society to make abuse a thing of the pas.t
Sue Ryder person-centred hospice and neurological care for people facing a frightening, life-changing diagnosis.
St Anne's Community Services provides a wide range of quality services for people who require support.
The Conservation Volunteers creating healthier and happier communities for everyone