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Association of Breastfeeding Mothers
LOCATION:
United Kingdom
CATEGORY:
Association of Charitable Foundations
FAX:
with many links
LOCATION:
United Kingdom
CATEGORY:
Association of Charity Independent Examiners
CHARITY NO:
1139609
WEB:
CONTACT:
Development Manager
TEL:
(07899) 891616
FAX:
Use E-mail Link
ADDRESS:
19 Windsor Place , Edinburgh, Scotland, UK, EH15 2AJ
LOCATION:
United Kingdom
CATEGORY:
Community

Welcome to the Association of Charity Independent Examiners ACIE is an association of people who carry out IE, providing support and information to its members, charities and other interested parties. Founded in 1999, ACIE are the only professional body whose sole focus is IE. Full Membership is the only way for people without any other accountancy qualification to undertake IE at a higher level (i.e. above £250,000 in England & Wales and Northern Ireland and the examination of accruals accounts in Scotland). The Full Membership procedure is the only route available to people wanting to have their work in Independent Examination scrutinised and validated. The ACIE provides a regular programme of seminars and conferences aimed at ensuring that Independent Examiners are up to date and conversant with Best Practice.

DATE ADDED:
03-01-2020
Association of Disabled Professionals
CHARITY NO:
264196
WEB:
CONTACT:
Kath Sutherland
TEL:
01204 431638
FAX:
01204 431638
ADDRESS:
BCM ADP, London, WC1N 3XX
LOCATION:
United Kingdom
CATEGORY:
The Association of Disabled Professionals provides employment advice, information and peer support to disabled people. Many members also give advice on their particular employment or experience. Our other main area of activity is Parliamentary. We work to ensure that legislation affecting the lives of disabled people takes their needs and aspirations into account.
Association of Medical Research Charities (UK)
CHARITY NO:
296772
WEB:
CONTACT:
Sara Ellis
TEL:
020 7269 8820
FAX:
020 7269 8821
ADDRESS:
61 Grays Inn Road, London, UK, WC1X 8TL
LOCATION:
United Kingdom
CATEGORY:
Medical
The Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC), is a Membership organisation of the leading medical and health research charities in the UK. Working with our members charities and partners, we aim to support the sectors effectiveness and advance medical research by developing best practice, providing information and guidance, improving public dialogue about research and science, and influencing the government.
Association of Wheelchair Children
CHARITY NO:
1057894
WEB:
CONTACT:
Owen McGee
TEL:
0870 121 0050
FAX:
0870 121 0051
ADDRESS:
AWC, 6 Woodman Parade, Woodman Street, London, E16 2LL
LOCATION:
United Kingdom
CATEGORY:
The Association of Wheelchair Children (AWC) is a specialist national charity providing expert training and advice to wheelchair-using children and their families across the UK. We teach children useful, practical skills, empowering them with the ability to assess risk and to move safely and confidentaly about their homes and neighbourhood. We make no charges to the parents for these courses and are wholly reliant on voluntary contributions to meet our costs.
Aston-Mansfield
CHARITY NO:
220085
WEB:
CONTACT:
Deborah Henry-Pollard
TEL:
020 8536 3828
FAX:
020 8534 4498
ADDRESS:
Durning Hall, Earlham Grove, London, E7 9AB
LOCATION:
United Kingdom
CATEGORY:
Our mission is to develop the community wealth of East London and promote a diverse and inclusive society in which all are free to participate. We operate 3 large community centres in Newham and provide over 50 social, educational and recreational services for over 30,000 people and 1,000 groups each year.
Ataxia UK
CHARITY NO:
1102391
WEB:
CONTACT:
Marketing Department
TEL:
020 7582 1444
FAX:
020 7582 9444
ADDRESS:
12 Broadbent Close, London, UK, N6 5JW
LOCATION:
United Kingdom
CATEGORY:
Health
The ataxias are neurological disorders progressively affecting mobility and speech. They can lead to total physical dependancy. We fund world class medical research into causes and treatments, and provide a range of support services, that are not available elsewhere, for people with ataxia and their families.