If you are running or know of a suitable ‘Regional’ charity please contact us supplying the charity details. Please scroll down for regional charities.
Little People UK
Little People UK was co-founded in January 2012 by actor Warwick Davis, his wife Samantha and a group of individuals with the same goal; to offer friendship and support to people with dwarfism, their families and friends, and help build a positive future for those individuals.
Disabled Living is a charity which provides impartial information and advice about products, equipment (assistive technology) and services for disabled adults, children, older people, carers and the professionals who support them. In addition, we support people with bladder and bowel problems through our service, Bladder and Bowel UK.
Mencap is the leading voice of learning disability. Everything we do is about valuing and supporting people with a learning disability, and their families and carers.
Mencap works with people with a learning disability to change laws, challenge prejudice and support them to live their lives as they choose.Visit Website
Level Playing Field
Level Playing Field is a registered charity dedicated to disabled sports fans – and acts as a campaigning and advisory organisation to its membership and other parties across all sports. You will find information on facilities for disabled spectators at clubs and stadia, along with a wide range of useful information to help you become more involved with sport.
Disability North is a free Independent Living Service which promotes social inclusion, independence and choice for disabled and older people in the North East of England and Cumbria. Disability North is a user led registered charity which works with, and for, disabled people, empowering them to maximise the control they have over their own lives.
Ourgateshead.org is a charity giving free contact info on what exists in the voluntary field and what goes on in Gateshead.
It would be of interest to residents and visitors to the North East and to people thinking of moving to the area.
Healthwatch will give people a powerful voice locally and nationally. At a local level, Healthwatch Wirral will work to help local people get the best out of their local health and social care services.
Whether it’s improving them today or helping to shape them for tomorrow.
Wirral Council for Voluntary Service supports over 800 local third sector groups in a number of ways. We provide advice on funding and training to organisations across the Borough. Through our various projects we deliver mentoring services to support people into learning and work opportunities.
We campaign on behalf of all individuals affected by autism, we encourage all our supporters to get involved with fundraising and volunteering with us and offer comprehensive training and job development to our employees.
Cheshire Autism Practical Support
ChAPS was started in April 2010 by three parents who all have children on the spectrum. As of 1 January 2013, we are now a limited company and registered charity. We work very hard to provide what we do because we know how important you find the information and services available, they are essential to the future well-being of your children.
Disability Essex (the Essex Disabled People's Association Ltd) was formed in 1949, pioneering the concepts of local support, self-help groups and clubs.
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‘Positive Pete’ is a registered charity committed to helping young people find their inner resources and the skills they need to move forward in areas of their lives they find challenging. We work in various schools in the London Borough of Bromley, Richmond & Kingston, Grays Essex & Weybridge Surrey.
We aim to provide an easily accessible Information and Advisory Service for people who live in the Doncaster area.By providing this service we aim to raise awareness of disability issues in order to influence change.We aim to empower and enable disabled people to live a more independent and enriched life.
Shropshire Disabilty Network
Shropshire Disability Network was launched in 2008 to be the powerful “voice” for those with a disability in Shropshire but their work goes beyond the county boundaries.
The voice of disabled people in Dumfries and Galloway. We believe that disabled people in Dumfries and Galloway can improve their quality of life by joining together with a united voice that is heard in the right places. DG Voice is a vibrant and expanding disability movement in South West Scotland, with influence on the local, Scottish and UK stage.
nclusion Scotland (IS) is a consortium of organisations of disabled people and disabled individuals. Through a process of structured development we aim to draw attention to the physical, social, economic, cultural and attitudinal barriers that affect our everyday lives as disabled people in Scotland.