Way Widowed & Young
WAY is the only national charity in the UK for men and women aged 50 or under when their partner died. It’s a peer-to-peer support group run by a network of volunteers who have been bereaved at a young age themselves, so they understand exactly what other members are going through.
Child Bereavement UK
Child Bereavement UK supports families and educates professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement, depth therapeutic help in individual, group and residential settings.
They were the UK’s first childhood bereavement charity – supporting bereaved children since 1992. As the first charity to establish child bereavement support services in the UK, they continue to lead the way in providing specialist child bereavement support services across the UK
Cruse Bereavement Care
Cruse Bereavement Care is the leading national charity for bereaved people in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. They offer support, advice and information to children, young people and adults when someone dies and work to enhance society’s care of bereaved people.
Cruse offers face-to-face, telephone, email and website support. They have a Freephone national helpline and local services, and a website (hopeagain.org.uk) specifically for children and young people. Our services are provided by our network of 5,000 trained volunteers and are confidential and free. Cruse also provides training and consultancy for external organisations and for those who may encounter bereaved people in the course of their work.
London Courier Emergency Fund
London Courier Emergency Fund is to provide support and financial help to those bicycle couriers who have suffered an injury whilst at work.
Is the national charity for road crash victims in the UK. They support the people affected by road crashes with emotional and practical support and advocacy. They operate a help line and provide practical support to people affected
Penny Brohn UK
Living well with cancer, providing free integrative care to everyone affected by cancer
Teenage Cancer Trust
Around seven young people aged between 13 and 24 are diagnosed with cancer every day in the UK. They need expert treatment and support from the moment they hear the word ‘cancer.’ They are the only charity dedicated to making this happen.
They provide incredible hospice and neurological care for people facing a frightening, life-changing diagnosis. It’s not just expert medical care they provide. It’s the emotional support and practical things they take care of too. They do whatever they can to be a safety net for their patients and their loved ones at the most difficult time of their lives.
Not only do they treat more conditions than any other UK charity in our hospices, neurological care centres and out in the community; they also influence others to improve the lives of people living with them. They see the person, not the condition, taking time to understand the small things that help that person live the fullest life they can.
Care and support throughout terminal illness, Marie Curie Nurses work through the night, giving care and support in your home, when you need them most.
MacMillan Cancer Support
Providing support and care from finances to nurses, Macmillan Cancer Support – Macmillan Cancer Support committed to caring, At Macmillan, they know how a cancer diagnosis can affect everything. They are there to support you and help you take back some control in your life. From help with money worries and advice about work, to someone who’ll listen if you just want to talk, they are there.
Cancer Research UK
Working to beat cancer and support sufferers together with their families
Providing help and support to veterans, part of the Ministry of the Defence
Service Complaints Commission for the Armed Forces
The Service Complaints Ombudsman was established by the Armed Forces (Service Complaints and Financial Assistance) Act 2015. The Ombudsman is the successor to the Service Complaints Commissioner for the Armed Forces, a role established by the Armed Forces Act 2006 as part of significant reforms to the Service complaints process.
Equality and Human Rights Commission
The Equality and Human Rights Commission is Great Britain’s national equality body and has been awarded an ‘A’ status as a National Human Rights Institution (NHRI) by the United Nations.