Working in over 190 countries around the world, Unicef’s mission since 1946 has been to ensure the most needy of the world’s children are protected, fed, vaccinated and educated. They also help to instigate policies and influence laws to protect vulnerable children.
‘…we’re not going to stop until the world is a safe place for all our children.’
‘Working towards a world where everyone has enough to eat.’
In addition to assisting victims of poverty across the globe (including the UK), Oxfam has been helping crises and famine victims since the 1940's, and has an active involvement in related political issues such as women’s rights and making governments accountable for humanitarian injustices.
In 2013, a staggering 15.4 million children were helped and many lives saved through the work of this charity which provides emergency aid, food, healthcare, education and protection to children in the UK, Africa, middle east, South America and Asia.
This charity provides financial assistance to organisations and projects involved in helping disadvantaged children and young people throughout the UK. Their now famous televised appeal takes place every November; a live BBC event featuring various celebrities, fund-raising activities and iconic mascot, Pudsey Bear
Sometimes, sadly, it's not until a particular illness affects us personally in some way that we get the opportunity to see the good work an organisation or charity does, or the financial help they need to survive. Stroke is such a prolific occurrence that none of us can disregard the possibility of being affected by it during our lives, either personally or through a loved one.
National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children
‘Every childhood is worth fighting for.’
Operating throughout the UK and Channel Islands, this charity provides an invaluable service by helping to prevent children from being abused, in addition to counselling victims of abuse through the process of rehabilitation.
The NSPCC is the only UK children’s charity with statutory powers, meaning they can take action to safeguard children at risk of abuse.
Critically, the NSPCC also operate their own 24-hour helpline and are affiliated with Childline.
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Macmillan Cancer Support
Cancer is a cruelly indiscriminate disease, the ravages of whose symptoms often require emotional as well as physical care. The support offered by organisations like Macmillan provides a redeeming light in an otherwise dark tunnel.