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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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13 Charities listed beginning with "M"
Macular Disease Society (Reg. 1001198)
Run for the Macular Disease Society - the only UK charity dedicated to helping people with macular degeneration, the leading cause of sight loss in the developed world. Help us to build the confidence and independence of those with central vision impairment.
Maggie's Cancer Caring Centres
...a place where anyone affected by cancer can turn to for help and by joining our running team you'll be helping us build a life beyond cancer. Choose from guaranteed places in the Gt North Run, Edinburgh, Loch Ness, Berlin & Chicago Marathons.
Myeloma UK
Myeloma UK informs and supports people affected by myeloma - an increasingly common form of bone marrow cancer. Myeloma UK also helps improve treatment and standards of care through research, education, campaigning and awareness.
Muscular Dystrophy Campaign (Reg. 205395)
The Muscular Dystrophy Campaign is the only UK charity focusing on all muscular dystrophies and related muscle disease. Muscle disease affects babies, children and adults of any race and background. More than 60,000 people in the UK have a muscle disease or related condition and 300,000 people are indirectly affected as relatives, carers and friends. There are no cures or treatments.
MOVE - Europe
MOVE combines the knowledge of therapists, teachers and family to teach the most severely disabled children and young people in our society independent movement skills. No. 1062307
Menphys (Reg. 270700)
Caring for local children and young people with disabilities...supporting the family. Menphys, as its name implies, was founded to serve children and young people with mental and physical disabilities and to support their families. Menphys is committed to equal opportunities and seeks to support children and their families.
MS Research (Reg. 1043280)
UK charity dedicated to research into and information about Multiple Sclerosis (MS), with the aim of providing better treatment and hastening a cure.
Macmillan Cancer Support (Reg. 261017)
Pull on the Team Macmillan vest and show your support for people living with cancer. Whatever race you tackle you'll receive unparalleled support and feel great knowing you've enabled Macmillan to provide a range of services that people affected by cancer desperately need.
Make A Wish (Reg. 295672 / SC037479)
We grant magical wishes to children or young people aged from 3 to 17 living with a live-threatening illness.
Mind
Mind is the leading mental health charity in England and Wales, working to provide a unique range of services to enable people with experience of mental distress to have a better quality of life. You can run for us in any race, so join the team today!
Multiple Sclerosis Society
The MS Society is the UK's largest charity, supporting those touched by MS, the most common disabling neurological disorder among young adults. Check out our website for the great packages we offer our runners.
Mencap (Reg. 222377)
Mencap wants a world where people with a learning disability gain an equal right to choice opportunity and respect. The charity believes that people should have equal opportunities in education, work and in playing a full part in the community. They believe that support for the families and carers of people with a learning disability is vital to achieving their vision.
Marie Curie Cancer Care
Get fit, get active and run some of the world's biggest races with the Daffodil Team. Marie Curie Cancer Care provides free nursing care to around 25,000 terminally ill cancer patients and their families. You'll be helping us to continue this care

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