The following Charities have been most helpful to us over the past years, share the same objectives and really heavily on raising funds through the generosity of the community and the help of their volunteers
Mental Wellness Centre Information
Grieving the loss of someone we love is a complicated, emotional journey. It’s a painful time, and if not handled in healthy ways, can impact a person’s mental health. Here are some grief-related resources can be found below.
- Preparing for the Death of a Terminally-Ill Loved One: What to Expect, and How to Help the Entire Family Move Forward
- Symptoms of Major Depression and Complicated Grief
- Guidelines for Helping Grieving Children
- Grief At Work: A Guide For Employees and Managers
The Aplastic Anaemia Trust:
Fighting bone marrow failure.
Provides a service for matching patients needing bone marrow transplants with donors. Since 1974 they have helped give over 4,000 children and adults a new chance of life.
This is the National Charity dedicated to conquering childhood leukaemia through research into the causes of the disease, improving treatments for sufferers and the welfare of leukaemic children and their families.
Grants the wishes of children and young people aged 3 to 17 who are living with life-threatening diseases by raising the funds necessary to grant those wishes.
An organisation of bereaved parents and their families offering understanding, support and encouragement to others after the death of a child or children.
The keys to understanding disability, and overcoming disability.
Providing holidays and activities for terminally ill, chonically sick, disabled and disadvantaged children from all over the northwest.
Provides services for families of disabled children nationally. Provide two puppet programmes lets prevent bullying and disability awareness.
Provides Holidays for terminally ill Children and their families, located in Blackpool, England.
A Charity based in West Sussex, helping children and young adults with life-Threatening conditions.
Rainbow Trust provides emotional and practical support for families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness.
Mesothelioma is extremely rare in children and young adults because the cancer typically develops decades after exposure to asbestos. Mesothelioma cases in young people account for less than 5% of all diagnoses.