|Are you planning to raise money for charity when you run your next race? If so the following charitable organisations would love to hear from you.|
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|14 Charities listed beginning with "R"|
The Royal National Lifeboat Institution is the charity that saves lives at sea. RNLI lifeguards patrol more than 140 beaches in the UK in peak season and last year assisted almost 10,000 people. In 2008 RNLI volunteer lifeboat crews rescued almost 8,000 people and saved 288 lives. Together our Lifeboat crews and Lifeguards rescue an average of 21 people every day from the water, in situations that are often difficult and sometimes dangerous.
|Redeeming Our Communities (Reg. 1139817)|
The aim of Redeeming our Communities is to be a catalyst for community transformation by promoting partnerships which open up more opportunities for crime and disorder reduction, and enhanced community cohesion. We bring together community groups, churches, the police, the fire service, local authorities and voluntary agencies to encourage them to work together in positive partnerships for practical change.
|Rainforest Foundation UK (Reg. 801436)|
The Rainforest Foundation tackles deforestation locally and globally. Locally it helps forest communities to gain land rights, challenge logging companies and manage forests for their own wellbeing and protection of their environment. Globally it campaigns to influence national and international laws to protect rainforests and their inhabitants.
|Refugee Action (Reg. 283660)|
Refugee Action is an independent national charity that works with refugees to build new lives in the UK. With more than 28 years of experience in reception, resettlement, development and integration, we provide advice and support to asylum seekers and refugees in 11 regions across England.
|Right To Play (Reg. 1112404)|
Right To Play is an athlete-driven international humanitarian organisation that uses sport and play to help children and youth affected by poverty, war and disease.
|REHAB UK (Reg. 1043839)|
Rehab UK are a specialised brain injury charity providing assessment, training and development programmes to enable people with disabilities to return to education, break into the workforce, and to become more independent in the community.
|Rethink (Reg. 271028)|
Rethink, the leading national mental health membership charity, works to help everyone affected by severe mental illness recover a better quality of life. We provide hope and empowerment through services & support to all who need us & campaign for change through greater awareness & understanding.
|RETRAK (Reg. 1122799)|
RETRAK aims to offer street children in eastern Africa a permanent, locally relevant alternative to life on the streets and to enable them to take their future into their own hands. A team of professionally run social work organizations, the RETRAK projects, work closely together to build and strengthen models of excellence, increase local capacity and speak out for the rights of street children.
|Refuge (Reg. 277424)|
Refuge opened the world’s first women’s refuge in Chiswick in 1971 and is now the UK’s largest single provider of support and accommodation to women and children escaping domestic violence. We support over 1,000 women and children through our refuges and community outreach schemes.
|Rockinghorse Children’s Charity (Reg. 1018759)|
Rockinghorse makes life better for sick and disabled children in Sussex and Surrey and brings hope to families in challenging times, improving the quality of life for some of the most vulnerable children across the region including those at Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital. Working in partnership with respite centres and children’s hospitals, Rockinghorse strives to make services stimulating, cutting edge and accessible for the children who need them.
|Rise (Reg. 1065846)|
Rise is a charity supporting women, children and young people affected by domestic abuse in Brighton & Hove and across West Sussex. Rise services include: refuge accommodation, resettlement, crisis appointments, helpline, counselling, housing, legal and financial advice, solicitors appointments, support groups, play therapy, 1-to-1 support and training and preventative education.
Redress is a human rights organisation that helps torture survivors obtain justice and reparation. Help us rebuild lives and eradicate torture. Please call 020 7793 1777 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
|READ International (Reg. 1128534)|
Run for READ is a great win-win way of supporting us whilst getting fit! We deliver collaborative, student led initiatives to improve access to education across the world and increase youth participation in the global community. This summer we will send our millionth school text book to East Africa. Contact us at email@example.com to sign up to run the British 10K on Sunday 10th July or the Royal Parks Half Marathon on Sunday 9th October or click on our logo for more info.
|Royal National Institute of the Blind (RNIB)|
Run for RNIB and help us rebuild lives devastated by sight loss. As part of Team RNIB, we'll make sure your marathon experience will be one to remember, with plenty of support from us to help you reach the finish.