Alcohol Change is the national agency on alcohol misuse. It works to reduce the incidence and costs of alcohol-related harm and to increase the range and quality of services available to people with alcohol-related problems. If you wish to contact our Information Line above, that only operates between 1-5pm, Monday to Friday, otherwise call our Switchboard number, featured on our Website.
IMAGINE raises funds for Alder Hey Children's Hospital to help care for the health of over 200,000 patients every year. Each donation received is spent to improve the quality of life for children in hospital from researching medical conditions; building a better environment and providing support for patients and their families.
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Alex, The Leukodystrophy Charity (Alex TLC) provides invaluable support and information to people affected by a genetic leukodystrophy. Established in 2004 as ALD Life, we are an internationally recognised centre of excellence for those affected by adrenoleukodystrophy (ALD) and adrenomyeloneuropathy (AMN). There are around 50 different known types of leukodystrophy, including some so rare they only affect one or two individuals. The charity changed its name in 2019 to become the only charity in the UK that provides support for all those with a genetic leukodystrophy.
Formerly known as the Alexander Jansons Foundation, the charity was created in 2013 in memory of Alexander Jansons who died suddenly and unexpectedly from Myocarditis in 2013. He was 18 years old. We offer support to anyone who has been affected by myocarditis and our main aims are to raise awareness nationally for this little known condition and to fund the medical research into all forms of myocarditis.
Our dedicated Helpline is there for people who need our help and support. Our free Factsheets provide information that is often badly needed to explain the symptoms and triggers that people with allergy are dealing with every day of their lives. We are the leading national patient charity for people living with all types of allergy. We work with government, professional bodies, Healthcare Professionals and corporates towards our vision and to help improve the lives of the millions of people with allergic disease.
Allsorts Youth Project is a Sussex-based charity that listens to, supports and connects children and young people (5-25) who are lesbian, gay, bi, trans or unsure of their gender identity and/or sexual orientation (LGBTU+). Their three-pronged approach includes - Direct specialist youth services for LGBTU+ children and young people - Family Support Work for parents/carers & siblings of LGBTU+ children and young people - Training & Education to the wider community.