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Asthma UK (1990)

1 in 7 children have asthma in the UK. Asthma is a condition that affects the airways - the small tubes that carry the air in and out of the lungs. Children with asthma have airways that are almost always swollen and inflamed. When these inflamed airways come into contact with an asthma trigger, symptoms of asthma appear. Asthma symptoms include coughing, wheezing, a tight chest and getting short of breath. Asthma UK is the UK's leading independent authority on asthma and provides the most up-to-date, medically accurate information for those concerned about asthma.

C/Reg.: 802364 for more information, please click through to the Asthma UK website PHC Ref. No. 1061
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THE ELISABETH SVENDSEN TRUST

The Elisabeth Svendsen Trust provides riding for children with special needs and disabilities, using specially selected donkeys from those rescued by The Donkey Sanctuary. Over 200 children visit each centre weekly from special schools and groups and benefit immensely. Not only have there been dramatic improvements in posture, mobility and speech but also in the majority of cases, children's self-esteem and confidence increase. We receive no government aid and rely totally on the generosity of our supporters. If you are able to help by way of a donation, you can be assured that your gift will be used to its full advantage.

C/Reg.: 801070 for more information, please click through to their website PHC Ref.: 1062
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NATIONAL STEPFAMILY ASSOCIATION


National Stepfamily Association provides support and information to children and adults in stepfamilies and those who work with them. We offer a telephone helpline; newsletters for adults and children; information packs, books and leaflets; and training for professionals.

C/Reg.: 1005351 for more information, please see the ParentlinePlus website PHC Ref. No. 1063
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THE ROYAL LONDON SOCIETY FOR THE BLIND


Do you have a child with little or no sight in your family? If you do, you probably want to know more about how you can best help your child. You may also want to contact other families in a similar position in order to share your experiences. Our Family Services can help.

C/Reg.: 307892 for more information, please click through to their website PHC Ref. No. 1064
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Action for Children (1869) ..... Action for Children, 3 The Boulevard, Ascot Road, Watford WD18 8AG. Patron: HM The Queen. President: HRH the Duchess of Kent.

Formerly known as the National Children's Home, Action for Children is one of the largest child care charities in Britain. We run over 230 projects nationwide helping many thousands of children and young people who are at risk of abuse, poverty, homelessness or have a disability. Action for Children also has projects overseas.

C/Reg.: 215301 Tel.: 01923 361500 Fax: xxxx PHC Ref. No. 1065
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CAFOD

As the Catholic Church's official agency for overseas development, CAFOD was set up by the bishops of England and Wales in 1962. Its aim is to express the concern of the Catholic community for the needs and problems of the Third World. At present CAFOD supports over 1000 development projects in 75 countries; these projects aim to help people to help themselves, with the fullest possible local involvement, regardless of race, religion or politics. Projects include food production and agriculture; water development and conservation; preventive health care, AIDS control and prevention. Resource materials available for UK use.

C/Reg.: 285776 for more information, please click through to the CAFOD website PHC Ref. No. 1066
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RHYS DANIELS TRUST

Little Rhys Daniels, the inspiration for this charity, suffered from a life-threatening illness and was the world's first to receive a bone marrow transplant to combat the condition. The Trust has been set up to help families who have to travel to specialist locations and live for long periods of time away from home while caring for a seriously ill child. We aim to ease some of the enormous stress that afflicts these families and their sick children. Please help us to raise the funds to help those who need it most.

C/Reg.: 1036041 for more information, please see the Rhys Daniels Trust website PHC Ref. No. 1067
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THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF PAEDIATRICS & CHILD HEALTH

The objects of the Association are to promote paediatric research and to publish the results of such research; to organise scientific meetings; and to advise government and other professional bodies on problems of child health. Our activities comprise the following: maintaining Standing Committees to offer advice to our members on matters concerning child health and running scientific Specialty Groups; holding an annual scientific meeting; issuing responses to government proposals and to other reports concerned with child health; and liaising with statutory and voluntary bodies.

C/Reg.: 285235 for more information, please click through to the RCPCH website PHC Ref. No. 1068
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THE FOSTERING NETWORK

Fostering is one of the best ways of supporting families during times of crisis or stress. Over 40,000 children currently live with foster carers in the UK. Since 1974, the Fostering Network (formerly the National Foster Care Association) has worked together with social workers, foster carers, parents and, in particular, the children and young people themselves, to ensure the highest standards of foster care across the UK. Dependent on fundraising, the Fostering Network welcomes anyone who would like to become a member or give a donation.

C/Reg.: 280852 for more information, please see The Fostering Network website PHC Ref. No. 1069
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DYSLEXIA ACTION

A national educational charity offering both parents and schools:
* educational psychology assessments; * specialist teaching for all ages;
* provider of teaching resources;
* professional advice and information; * a comprehensive package for schools;
* awareness and introductory presentations by specialist staff.
We have 27 centres nationwide, 130 outposts, and a Yellow Pages ad in all areas we work in.

C/Reg.: 268502 for more information, please click through to the Dyslexia Action website PHC Ref. No. 1070
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