|Are you planning to raise money for charity when you run your next race? If so the following charitable organisations would love to hear from you.|
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|17 Charities listed beginning with "A"|
|Action for Blind People|
Action for Blind People provides practical help to over 25,000 blind and partially sighted people throughout the UK every year. Why not join the Action running team and make a difference to the lives of blind and partially sighted people.
|After Adoption (Reg. 1000888)|
After Adoption is a leading adoption support agency and voluntary adoption agency. After Adoption supports anyone who has a connection with adoption (adopted children and families, adopted adults and birth relatives who have lost children to adoption) and we also find families for children who would otherwise grow up in the care system.
|Arthritis Research Campaign|
For many people, even children, living with arthritis can be like running a marathon every day. We'd love you to visit us now and help find a cure by running your run for arc.
|Action on Pre-Eclampsia (Reg. 1013557)|
Every year 1,000 babies and 7 women die as a result of pre-eclampsia. It affects 70,000 pregnant women each year in the UK alone. APEC aims to educate and inform the public and health professionals about pre-eclampsia, through our study days; to campaign for improvements in care; to support sufferers and their families, through running a helpline service. To secure a London Marathon place with APEC, email firstname.lastname@example.org
|Alzheimer's Research Trust|
The Alzheimer's Research Trust funds vital research to find ways of preventing or curing Alzheimer's disease and related dementias, and provides free information on dementia. With no government funding, the Trust relies on voluntary contributions
Alzheimer Scotland helps people with dementia, their carers and families. Our members include carers, relatives, people with dementia, professionals, groups and organisations.
|Ability Sports Association (Reg. 1092494)|
Every day, Ability Sports Association (ASA) provides professionally coached sport and active recreation for disabled children and adults across the West of England, including Sportability and Ability Football.
|Alzheimer's Society (Reg. 296645)|
1 in 3 of us over 65 will die with dementia. Join the Alzheimer's Society team today to provide help for people with dementia today and hope for the future.
|Action Duchenne (Reg. 1101971)|
Action Duchenne supports & promotes research into a cure & effective medicines for Duchenne/Becker Muscular Dystrophy. The charity, led by families, promotes awareness of Duchenne to improve care services & provide access to educational & support/development programmes Duchenne patients.
|Age Scotland (Reg. SC010100)|
Age Scotland is the new organisation formed by the merger of Age Concern Scotland and Help the Aged in Scotland. We aim to help all older people present a strong and effective voice and to reduce the challenges for those facing serious and multiple disadvantages as they grow older. Get active. Get fit. Get sponsored. Challenge yourself to go the extra mile for Scotland's older people, and become an active fundraiser for Age Scotland.
|Alder Hey Imagine Appeal (Reg. 1105610)|
IMAGINE is the name of Alder Hey's charity - a fundraising initiative that helps us to continue our pioneering work, caring for the health of†around 250,000 young people yearly.† Donations we receive will help us to achieve a little bit more, from researching medical conditions to buying vital equipment.
|Aquila Way (Reg. 1107554)|
Aquila Way provides support and accommodation to young people and families who are homeless through a number of specialised and innovative projects. We also provide housing related support to young men, over half of whom are ex-offenders.
|Acorns Children's Hospice (Reg. 700859)|
Acorns currently cares for over 600 life-limited children and their families. It estimates that a further 1,000 children with life-limiting conditions live in the West Midlands region who could be benefiting from Acornsí services. Acorns has to find £6 million per year to fund its current service, and relies on fundraising for over 80% of its income. For full details visit the website: www.acorns.org.uk or call Acorns on tel: 0845128 4444.
Northern Irelandís leading cancer charity. We rely on public/corporate donations to provide vital, life-saving services: breast screening, menís MOT health checks, counselling, complementary therapy, listening ear service, health promotion and research.
|Anthony Nolan (Reg. 803716 / SC038827)|
Anthony Nolan is a pioneering charity that saves the lives of people with blood cancer. Every day, we use our register to match remarkable donors willing to donate their blood stem cells to people who desperately need lifesaving transplants.
|ActionAid (Reg. 274467)|
ActionAid donít just hand out aid. We work with people in poor countries to give them the power and resources to change their own lives Ė for good. Your money will all go directly to helping ActionAid continue their work in countries experiencing the worst and most extreme cases of poverty. Get in touch today and find out what type of project you'll be supporting. Help us smash poverty by joining our team!
|Action for Brazil's Children Trust (ABC) (Reg. 1069022)|
Action for Brazilís Children Trust (ABC) is dedicated to helping the most vulnerable children and young people of Brazil. By raising awareness and funding we support the work of local, community-led organisations who give children the education, support and inspiration they need to transform their lives.