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|No Limits is a local charity helping young people to help themselves. Through our three drop in centres and work in local secondary schools and FE colleges, young people can get advice on anything they are worried about and support to improve their lives. Young people who are troubled can access one of our specialist services – counselling, money advice, floating support, substance misuse and sexual exploitation. Last year we saw 5,000 young people from Southampton and Hampshire. Our “Gem of Advice” campaign is raising funds to make sure young people have someone to give them good advice and to listen to them.
|NHS Organ Donor Register - Right now more than 10,000 people in the UK need an organ transplant that could save or dramatically improve their lives. But each year around 1,000 people die while waiting for a transplant. Help us to give these people the chance for a new life.
To join the NHS Organ Donor Register and give the gift of life, click the link or call 0300 123 23 23.
|Southampton Hospital Charity
Plans to raise money to build a multi-million pound state of the art hospital which will make the city a leader in children's healthcare
|Naomi House is a children’s hospice in Sutton Scotney, providing respite and terminal care for children whose illnesses mean they will die before they reach adulthood.
|The Meningitis Trust is calling for people to stay alert to the signs and symptoms of meningitis as we head into the autumn months, which sees cases of both flu and meningitis increase. The charity produces a range of awareness information materials, such as a handy credit-card sized signs and symptoms cards which are available FREE by calling the Trust’s freephone 24-hour nurse-led helpline on 0800 028 18 28.
|Acquired brain injury has the most devastating effect, not only on the injured individual, but also on their families and relatives. The Wayne Howard Trust offers support and advice
to these families, as well as give positive help to the injured individual.
|The Gift of Sight appeal was established in July 2004 with the aim of funding world-class research into the prevention and treatment of blindness. The Gift of Sight Eye Research
Centre is based at Southampton General Hospital in Hampshire, UK. Our main areas of research are age related macular degeneration, glaucoma and nystagmus.
|Hampshire County Court is looking for foster carers from all walks of life and from a wide range of backgrounds and cultures; just like the children who need fostering. We
particularly want to hear from people who feel they have the skills to give a stable and caring home to teenagers, sibling groups of 3 or more (particularly for sibling groups of teenage boys),
children with disabilities, and black and minority ethnic groups. We offer training, support and the chance for professional and personal development. For more information please ring us on 0845
6011895 or visit our website.
|Over the past 50 years, The Rose Road Association has worked with many hundreds of young people from across Hampshire and the South of England. The young people who attend Rose Road
have complex and multiple disabilities, requiring a range of specialist care and equipment.
Through the Change My Life Appeal, we aim to raise £2,000 for each of the 150 young people who attend Rose Road – that’s £300,000 in total, a real challenge! The Change My Life Appeal gives you the opportunity to help these young people overcome their challenges and fulfill their potential.
|Leukaemia Busters is a Southampton-based charity researching and developing new and safer treatments for children and adults with currently incurable forms of leukaemia.
|Southampton General Hospital treats 20,000 patients a year, 1,000 of whom are children. A third of the latter are under one. Wessex Heartbeat helps to make the Wessex Cardiac Centre
one of the finest in the country. The impact of heart disease touches everyone.
|Macmillan Cancer Relief works to improve the quality of life for people living with cancer. Each and every day 739 people in the UK are told they have cancer. There are now over a
million people in the UK that have had a cancer diagnosis and, if current trends continue, this number will have increased to 3 million by 2025. Macmillan offers life support by providing the expert
care and practical support that makes a real difference to people living with cancer. They offer a range of innovative cancer services and are at the heart of improving cancer care throughout the
|The Hampshire Autistic Society, dedicated to improving the quality of life for people within the autistic spectrum offering information, assessment, outreach, advocacy, advice on
sources of help, parent support groups, speakers for groups of professionals, parents, carers etc.
|Hope: For over a quarter of a century Hope has been funding vital medical research. Based in Southampton, Hope supports researchers and clinicians across the region seeking better
diagnosis and treatments for a wide range of diseases and conditions, including heart disease, cancer, stroke and Alzheimer’s.
|The Children’s Society provides services and support through over 90 projects to around 50,000 children whose needs are ignored, overlooked or neglected by government or other
agencies. They work with children at risk on the streets, children in trouble with the law, young refugees and disabled children.
|Southampton Voluntary Services (SVS) is the umbrella organisation in Southampton for charities and voluntary groups and is a registered charity itself. SVS provides charities and
voluntary groups working in Southampton with independent support and an independent voice helping them to contribute to community life in the city.
|The Jubilee Sailing Trust based in Southampton, offers tall ship sailing for people of all physical abilities, on board their two tall ships LORD NELSON and TENACIOUS. Started in 1978
it has taken over 30,000 people to sea. This year's Eye Patch Campaign hopes to raise £100,000 and has been given a pirate theme. The money will support the JST's 'lives changing' work.
|The Uk has among the highest incidence of asthma and allergic disease in the world. It is estimated 30% of the population can expect to suffer from at least one allergy and we have,
on average, three asthmatic children in every classroom. AAIR is based at Southampton General Hospital and is dedicated to supporting pioneering research into finding better treatments, and hopefully
one a day a cure for asthma and allergic disease.
|Teenage Cancer Trust makes sure young people with cancer get the best possible care and support. We are building a new Teenage Cancer Trust unit in Southampton and need to raise £1.3million to make this happen.