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Safe Haven for Donkeys

As well as running a sanctuary for old, sick and abandoned donkeys, our charity provides free veterinary care for poor, broken down animals that their owners would otherwise have no way of affording. By helping their working animals we are helping the people. We have worked hard to build relationships with many of these poverty stricken people and managed to reach out to their hearts. As a result they value our help tremendously and I find their appreciation so rewarding

Website: www.safehaven4donkeys.org
Charity Type: Animals
UK Registered Charity Number: 1083468

Safe Strong and Free Project

Safe Strong and Free Project is a charity that works in child abuse prevention with all families in Highland who have children in their pre-school year. It works to raise awareness with parents about child safety in particular bullying, abduction and sexual abuse. The charity also does puppet workshops with the children to teach them strategies to use if they are bullied, if they are on their own and are approached by a stranger and how to stay safe around adults that they know. The group works with over 2,000 children and families annually.

Website: safestrongandfree.org.uk/
Charity Type: Children
UK Registered Charity Number: SC017744

Salvation Army

As a church and registered charity, we demonstrate our Christian principles through social welfare provision. Worldwide there are over 1.6million members, with programmes including homeless centres, drug rehabilitation centres, schools, hospitals and medical centres, as well as nearly 16,000 church and community centres. The work of The Salvation Army is funded through donations from its members, the general public and, where appropriate, local authority and government grants.

Website: www.salvationarmy.org.uk
Charity Type: Religious
UK Registered Charity Number: 214779

Samaritans

Samaritans is the coordinating body for the 201 Samaritans branches located across the UK and Ireland. Samaritans provides a safe place for people to talk, round the clock, every single day of the year. People can get in touch by phone, email, text, letter or by visiting a branch. Volunteers also do outreach work, for example, at festivals, prisons, hospitals and schools.

Website: www.samaritans.org/
Charity Type: Health
UK Registered Charity Number: 219432

Samaritans Cambridge Branch

1) to enable persons in Cambridge and the surrounding area as well as elsewhere who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair, including those who may be at risk of suicide, to receive confidential emotional support at any time of the day or night in order to improve their emotional health and to reduce the incidence of suicide; 2) to promote a better understanding in society of suicide, suicidal behaviour and the value of expressing feelings which may otherwise lead to suicide or impaired emotional health; and 3) to collaborate with and support Samaritans central charity and its affiliated branches in fulfilling these objects.

Website: www.samaritans.org/branches/cambridge-samaritans
Charity Type: Health
UK Registered Charity Number: 1165282

SANDS

SANDS offers support to parents and families whose baby has died, providing a wide range of services which include a national helpline and a uk-wide network of voluntary groups run by and for bereaved parents. SANDS also works in partnership with health professionals to ensure that bereaved parents receive the best possible care and promotes research to reduce the loss of babies' lives.

Website: www.uk-sands.org
Charity Type: Children
UK Registered Charity Number: 299679

Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust Charities

We work to add value to the patient experience in Sandwell and West Birmingham. In partnership with a range of community stakeholders, we raise vital funds to ensure the best clinical and patient service provision possible for children and adults alike. Your Trust Charity supports vital services at City Hospital, Sandwell General Hospital, Rowley Regis Community Hospital, over 150 community-based services, of course, the newly commissioned Midland Metropolitan Hospital in Smethwick, which will open in October 2018. Our work also includes supporting specialist facilities such as the Birmingham Midland Eye Centre, Sandwell Community Services and the Birmingham Skin Centre. All of which is essential in an area where deprivation is high and 28% of children live in poverty.

Website: www.swbh.nhs.uk/charity/
Charity Type: Health
UK Registered Charity Number: 1056127

SARI - Stand Against Racism & Inequality

SARI provides support for victims of any type of hate crime including racist, faith-based, disablist, homophobic, transphobic, age-based or gender-based

Website: www.sariweb.org.uk/
Charity Type: Human Rights
UK Registered Charity Number: 1047699

SAVING SAINTS RESCUE UK

Saving Saints UK are a registered charity in England and Wales who specialise in rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming St. Bernards and other large breed dogs throughout Europe.

Website: www.savingsaintsrescue.co.uk
Charity Type: Animals
UK Registered Charity Number: 1171050

Schnauzerfest

Schnauzerfest is a registered charity which organises nationwide fundraising walks with schnauzers & friends.From small walks to larger ones, each will take place with two aims – FUN and FUNdraising. Through donations made to join a walk, Schnauzerfest raises money which goes to pay for veterinary treatment for dogs saved from puppy farms and other bad backgrounds. As well as raising money for rescue dogs, at the heart of Schnauzerfest is a commitment to raising awareness of the cruel world of puppy farming.

Website: www.schnauzerfest.org
Charity Type: Animals
UK Registered Charity Number: 1185975

School Angel

Providing a free on-line school fundraising platform to registered UK schools. All the funds raised are used for the direct benefit of the school's pupils. We also provide services and equipment to disadvantaged schoolchildren to help them achieve their potential whilst at school.

Website: www.schoolangel.org.uk
Charity Type: Children
UK Registered Charity Number: 1153856

SCIENCE OF THE SOUL BRITISH ISLES

TO ADVANCE THE EDUCATION IN, FOR THE PUBLIC BENEFIT, THE PHILOSOPHY OF SANT MAT AS TAUGHT BY THE SANT SAT GURUS OF DERA BABA JAIMAL SINGH, BEAS, PUNJAB, INDIA EDUCATING THE PUBLIC IN THE IMPORTANCE OF THE COMMON SHARED VALUES OF ALL RELIGIONS NOTWITHSTANDING THEIR CULTURAL, REGIONAL OR NATIONAL DISTINCTIONS IN ORDER TO PROMOTE MUTUAL UNDERSTANDING AND RESPECT BETWEEN ALL FAITHS AND RELIGIONS

Website: www.scienceofthesoul.org/
Charity Type: Education
UK Registered Charity Number: 1163554

Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals

Established in 1839 to prevent cruelty to animals and promote kindness and humanity in their treatment, the Scottish Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals is Scotland's leading animal welfare charity. Today, our work is as necessary as ever. The Scottish SPCA is an entirely separate organisation from the RSPCA, which operates in England and Wales only. Donations to help animals in Scotland should be made to the Scottish SPCA.

Website: www.scottishspca.org
Charity Type: Animals
UK Registered Charity Number: SC006467

Seaside Hospital Radio

A small chairty in West Sussex that rely soley on membership and fundraising to keep going, they provide a valuable and well loved radio broadcasting service to the patients and staff of Worthing and Southlands Hospitals and have been in operation since 1972 (long before commercial radio reached Sussex).

Website: www.seasidehr.com
Charity Type: Health
UK Registered Charity Number: 297515

Send a Cow

Send a Cow helps African farmers grow enough food to feed their families, sell their produce and develop small businesses that last. We do this by providing training, livestock, seeds and ongoing support; and by helping families make the most of the land and resources they already have. As a result, families are happier and healthier, children are educated, homes are improved. In turn, these families then pass on young livestock, seeds or training to others. And so on. And so on. This ‘pass on’ principle not only builds stronger communities, it allows us to help even more people to develop skills, confidence and self respect. The can do will do attitude of Send a Cow is born out of our faming roots and our Christian faith. Working hand in hand with African farmers for over 20 years, we prove that farming in Africa works.

Website: www.sendacow.org/
Charity Type: International Aid
UK Registered Charity Number: 299717

Shanthi Vihara & Meditation Centre

Shanthi Vihara and Meditation Centre, based in Nottingham, is a registered charity in England and Wales. We are a proud Buddhist society, providing religious services and aiding the development of other services, particularly in Sri Lanka, as well as within the community, irrespective of their individual religion and beliefs.A sacred place of teaching; we focus on the practice of mindfulness through meditation and host a program monthly, designed for children, where they can develop spiritual practices and disciples by understanding cultural and traditional values.

Website: shanthivihara.co.uk/
Charity Type: Religious
UK Registered Charity Number: 1158024

Share A Star

The charity supports children and young adults and their families suffering chronic, life-changing or terminal illness by producing a personalised "Holding star," correspondence, happy boxes, superstar surprise boxes, gifts and cards as well as communication with them by phone or email. Through oakley's outings we give our members and family a day out.

Website: shareastar.org/
Charity Type: Children
UK Registered Charity Number: 1157517

Shaw Trust

Shaw Trust is a national charity which supports disabled and disadvantaged people to prepare for work, find jobs and live more independently. We believe everyone has the right to work and we have campaigned for over 25 years to turn our vision into a reality. Every year we work with over 75,000 clients who face barriers due to disability, ill health or social circumstance. Thousands of employers and public sector organisations also benefit from our range of services for business. We are the UK’s largest third sector provider and one of the Government’s lead partners in the delivery of employment programmes for disabled and disadvantaged people.

Website: www.shaw-trust.org.uk
Charity Type: Disability
UK Registered Charity Number: 287785

Sheffield Childrens Hospital Charity

The Children's Hospital Charity exists to support and enhance the services of Sheffield Children's NHS Trust and it's reputation as a centre of excellence for the research, prevention, care and cure of childhood illnesses.

Website: www.sheffieldchildrenshospital.org.uk
Charity Type: Children
UK Registered Charity Number: 505002

Sheffield Royal Society fo the Blind

SRSB is an independent charity, one of Sheffield's oldest, formed in 1860. We work to support visually impaired people of all ages in the Sheffield area by providing a high quality programme of welfare, education, training, recreation, counselling and care services both in our fantastic new 'Mappin Street Centre' and in the community. We support over 3,000 people with sight loss through our community based services, around 250 of whom attend our centre on a weekly basis. At Cairn Home our residential home in Crosspool, we care for up to 30 elderly blind or visually impaired people.

Website: www.srsb.org.uk
Charity Type: Disability
UK Registered Charity Number: 1047257

Shelter

Shelter helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing and homelessness through our advice, support and legal services. And we campaign to make sure that, one day, no one will have to turn to use for help. We're here so no one has to fight bad housing or homelessness on their own.

Website: england.shelter.org.uk/
Charity Type: Homelessness
UK Registered Charity Number: 263710

Shelter Box Trust

The ShelterBox Trust is a registered UK charity that provides emergency aid for victims of natural and other disasters anywhere in the world.Since operations began in January 2001, we have helped an estimated 500,000 people and worked in more than 40 countries – responding to earthquakes, floods, hurricanes, tsunamis, wars, volcanoes etc.

Website: www.shelterbox.org
Charity Type: International Aid
UK Registered Charity Number: 1096479

SHINE

SHINE aims to meet the needs, value the contribution, and celebrate the lives of people living with spina bifida and hydrocephalus. It involves and supports individuals of all ages from birth to older age as well as their families and carers. It also campaigns for parents to receive and act on information which can lead to the prevention of neural tube defects (NTDS).

Website: www.shinecharity.org.uk
Charity Type: Disability
UK Registered Charity Number: 249338

Show Racism The Red Card

Show Racism The Red Card (SRtRC) is the UK’s largest anti-racism educational charity. It was established in January 1996, thanks in part to a donation by then Newcastle United goalkeeper Shaka Hislop. To this day SRtRC continues to utilise the high-profile status of football and football players to help tackle racism in society and has also expanded into other sports. The majority of the campaign’s work involves the delivery of educational workshops to young people and adults in schools, workplaces and at events held in football stadiums. Across the UK, SRtRC provides educational sessions to more than 50,000 individuals per year. In addition to the direct education of young people and adults, SRtRC produces educational resources, to challenge misconceptions, stereotypes and negative attitudes in society.

Website: www.theredcard.org/
Charity Type: Human Rights
UK Registered Charity Number: 1116971

Shropshire & Staffordshire Blood Bikes

To support the provision of health care, primarily but not exclusively in Shropshire and Staffordshire, by providing dedicated transport services of urgently required medical items such as blood, organs, breast milk (donated by women to feed premature babies), patient notes, biopsies, etc, when normal trust services are unavailable. By the use of volunteers these services are free of charge to the trusts, allowing essential funds to be diverted back into patient care, rather than into transport costs.

Website: shropshireandstaffordshirebloodbikes.wordpress.com/
Charity Type: Health
UK Registered Charity Number: 1156212

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