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Tree of Hope is the crowdfunding charity that helps children and young people with a disability or illness by supporting their families to raise the money they need to pay for specialist care that is not freely available through the UK healthcare system.

 

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Brain Tumour Research is the only national charity in the UK that is dedicated to granting 100% of its available funds to continuous and sustainable scientific research and is a leading voice in this country calling for greater support and action for research into brain tumours. Charlie Charges On has helped raise awareness highlighting the lack of funding brain tumours receive.

 

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Formally supported under the name Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research, Bloodwise are the UK's specialist blood cancer charity and have been working to beat it since 1960. They fund world-class research; provide practical and emotional support to patients and their loved ones; and raise awareness of blood cancer.

 

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The U.K. Thalassaemia Society has been in existence for more than 30 years and has amassed a wealth of experience in Thalassaemia not only in the U.K. but through its network and associations with other countries. The Society realised early on of the importance of a pain free alternative to Desferrioxamine which could also be afforded by those in less developed Countries. A massive programme of research was undertaken on the Society's behalf and funded directly by it which helped push the problem into the fore of medical inspiration. The research into a new drug, "Deferiprone", an oral chelator, was funded by the Society outside of the pharmaceutical industry and is now being used in the treatment of thalassaemia.

 

 

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The Archangel Michael Hospice offers free palliative care for people with any life limiting condition including cancer and other serious illnesses such as Motor Neurone Disease, heart failure, end stage respiratory and kidney disease. All are welcome, whatever their background, race, religion, lifestyle or the nature of the illness. The Hospice is situated in the tranquil Paphos village of Mesa Chorio, and occupies the top floor of a 5000 square metre dedicated building with a capacity for expansion when the needs arises. It houses the only medical wing in Cyprus that provides care specifically for children. Opened in July 2015, the initial cost of €2.1m was largely raised by a team of enthusiastic volunteers. The Hospice now faces annual operating costs of around €350,000. It is managed by Trustees who between them have extensive expertise in business, marketing, healthcare and finance.

 

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Omonia Youth FC have an important place in the community. The young people whose football education is entrusted to them, is only part of what they provide; they also provide a sporting outlet, an opportunity for making life-long friends, a competitive environment but also somewhere where advice and guidance is offered to ensure that the next generation of young people have not only enjoyed their football through their Omonia Youth FC journey, but have also learned lifelong traits of respect, good manners and how to be a model citizens. Much like our association, they take welfare and safeguarding of young people very seriously. Working together, we can divert our youth away from a life of crime and harm and guide them to a safe and successful future.



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