Action Medical Research is dedicated to creating a future without disease and disability. Our work is not restricted to any single part of medicine. For over fifty years, we have been funding medical breakthroughs helped by the most forward thinking people in the country: our researchers, our fundraisers and our donors.
Disabled people are often poor. Poor people are more likely to become disabled. This is especially true in Africa and Asia, but they don't want hand-outs. They want to be able to earn a living and support themselves. ADD is a charity, which helps them do that.
We campaign to protect, enhance and promote Scotland’s countryside and rural landscapes for everyone’s benefit, and we support others to do the same.
ACRE is active in promoting the interests of rural communities. It acts as the national umbrella organisation for 38 Rural Community Councils throughout England. ACRE aims to promote a healthy, vibrant and sustainable rural community sector that is well connected to policies and initiatives at national, regional, sub regional and local levels.
ActionAid is one of the UK's largest development agencies. We work in partnership with over 9 million of the world's poorest people in over 30 countries in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Carribbean. Our mission is to eradicate poverty by overcoming the injustice and inequity that cause it.
ADAPT is a charity that provides free recovery programmes to recovering addicts, as well as free safe, sober and clean housing and individual support from a team of fully qualified addiction counsellors. The charity provides move-on housing for those that complete the recovery programme, offering support as individuals look to build a new life. The charity has also developed a family programme, a response to the worsening crisis and its effects on families. The charity has seen an incremental rise in those reaching out needing help and has recently expanded to include additional housing to support those in need. Despite doing so, the charity remains inundated with referrals for people desperately in need of help – there is a lack of resource available to help all those that reach out.