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Charities I Publicise

I regularly receive information about the activities of the following charities, which I publicise with pleasure at Same Difference:

Ambitious About Autism: UK Autism Charity.

Aspire: Supporting people with Spinal Cord Injury.

Changing Faces: Changing The Way You Face Disfigurement.

Contact A Family: Advice, information and support for parents of disabled children in the UK.

Family Fund: The UK’s largest provider of grants to low-income families raising disabled and seriously ill children and young people.

Hearing Dogs For Deaf People: Training and providing hearing dogs to help deaf owners in the UK.

Kids: Working with disabled children, young people and their families.

Leonard Cheshire Disability: Supporting disabled people in the UK and around the world.

Making Waves Canada: Teaching Canadian children with disabilities swimming and water safety.

Mencap: UK Learning Disability Charity.

Muscular Dystrophy Campaign: UK Muscular Dystrophy Charity.

PACE: Inclusive Sports Club based in the UK.

Papworth Trust: UK based disability charity.

RNIB: UK charity supporting blind people.

Royal Blind: Providing Services for Blind and Visually Impaired People.

Sense: the UK deafblind charity.

Spina Bifida Association: American Spina Bifida Charity.

The Children’s Trust: For children with multiple disabilities in the UK.

The Fresh Air Fund: Providing summer holiday fun to inner city children in America.

The Nihal Armstrong Trust: Providing grants to children with Cerebral Palsy in the UK.

Whizz Kids: Providing wheelchairs to disabled children in the UK.

Young Epilepsy:   Better futures for young lives with epilepsy in the UK.

If you work for a charity connected to any disability and would like me to publicise your activities, please email and I will add your charity to this list.

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Melissa Dore permalink
    August 26, 2009 4:27 pm

    Are there any organizations that provide surgery to scoliosis patients without insurance in the USA? I was diagnosed at age eleven and I am now twenty-two. I have been told by doctors that I need corrective surgery and I live in constant pain. Thank You

  2. samedifference1 permalink*
    August 26, 2009 10:20 pm

    Hello Melissa

    I live in the UK so unfortunately I can’t answer your question. But maybe someone else reading this blog can help? Good luck.



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