|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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|5 Charities listed beginning with "N"|
|National Benevolent Fund for the Aged|
The NBFA exists to improve the quality of life for older people in the UK on a low income by tackling loneliness, isolation, pain and fear, especially for those who live alone.
|Naomi House (Reg. 1002832)|
Naomi House Children’s Hospice is a registered charity which has a decade of expertise and experience in caring for life limited youngsters and their families. Naomi House enhances short lives by enabling youngsters to take part in activities not accessible to them elsewhere. We make a long-term commitment to our youngsters and welcome them, and their families, back for as long as possible. Any family living in southern central England can use Naomi House.
The NSPCC is the UK's leading charity specialising in child protection and the prevention of cruelty to children. Run for the NSPCC and help change the lives of children for the better.
|Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke (Reg. XN 47338)|
NI Chest Heart & Stroke is a medical charity working for the prevention and alleviation of chest, heart and stroke illnesses in Northern Ireland. These illnesses account for more than 6,000 deaths every year. We fund programmes of research in our local hospitals and universities into the treatment and prevention of these illnesses. In addition, we provide a broad range of services in every part of Northern Ireland for people affected by stroke, lung disease and heart conditions.
|Northern Ireland Cancer Fund for Children (Reg. XR29768)|
Each week in Northern Ireland another three children or young people are diagnosed with cancer. The NICFC provides vital services that include qualified youth and family support, residential and social weekends for children, grants to ease the financial burden of looking after a sick child, as well as the provision of holidays for the whole family.