|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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|17 Charities listed beginning with "C"|
|CLIC Sargent (Reg. 1107328)|
CLIC Sargent is the UKís leading childrenís cancer charity, offering clinical, practical and emotional support, every step of the way. Whether you are an experienced runner or just starting out we have an event to suit you and a dedicated team to help you achieve your goal.
|Cystic Fibrosis Trust (Reg. 1079049)|
Cystic Fibrosis affects over 9,000 babies, children and young adults across the UK clogging their body's with thick, sticky mucus leading to lung failure and malnutrition. There is presently no cure but our promising research is leading the world. Please run with Team CF and help us See Off CF.
|Christian Aid (Reg. 1105851)|
Christian Aid works helping poor communities around the world irrespective of race or religion. We challenge the causes of poverty and make change happen on the ground. Make a difference today by signing up to running event!
|CHASE hospice care for children (Reg. 1042495)|
CHASE is a children's hospice service which provides a network of care to families with life-limited children and young people in SW London, Surrey and Sussex. CHASE focuses on support for the whole family at home and in their communities. Families are also welcomed and supported at our children's hospice, called Christopher's, just outside Guildford. With little statutory funding CHASE has to raise around £4 million every year to ensure this vital service continues.
|Cecily's Fund (Reg. 1071660)|
Cecilyís Fundís mission is to enable Zambian children, orphaned or made vulnerable as a result of HIV/AIDS, to attend primary and secondary school and access post-school opportunities and health information to reduce their vulnerability and give them better resources for the future. Since 1998, we have helped over 10,000 orphaned children.
|Christians Against Poverty (Reg. 1097217)|
Christians Against Poverty is a national debt counselling charity working through a network of centres based in local churches. CAP offers hope and a solution to anyone in debt through its unique, in-depth service.
CHILDREN 1ST is the leading child welfare charity in Scotland. We listen, we support and we take action by delivering services in homes and communities across Scotland. We work to safeguard children and young people, to support them within their families and to help them recover from abuse, neglect and violence. For over 125 years CHILDREN 1ST has been working to build a brighter future for children and families living in Scotland.
|Carers UK (Reg. 246329)|
Carers UK has several guaranteed places available for the Brighton Marathon 2012. We are asking runners to each raise £500 to help us support carers and their families. In return you will receive a guaranteed place, free running vest, fundraising tips and suggestions and support throughout and on the day. To sign up to this fast growing event please contact NicolaPeake@carersuk.org or call 020 7378 4986
|Cancer Research UK|
Committed to curing cancer by understanding its causes and investigating how best to prevent and treat it. Fundraising events like Cancer Research UK's Race for Life & the Cancer Research UK 10 series are vital - they enable us to continue our work.
|Care for the Wild International (Reg. 288802)|
Care for the Wild International (CWI) is an animal welfare and conservation charity. We protect wildlife throughout the world from cruelty and exploitation. By funding practical projects we make areas safe for wildlife, rehabilitate sick or injured animals and provide sanctuary for those who cannot return to the wild.
|Chest, Heart & Stroke, Scotland|
Happy feet, Chest Heart & Stroke Scotlandís running programme offers a huge range of events for beginners to ultra runners. We give tailored support including gear, training plans and nutritional guidance along with anything else required to help you reach your goals. All proceeds go towards supporting people affected by Chest, heart or stroke illness through advice and information, research and support in the community.
Formed in 1927, Cats Protection is now the UK's leading feline welfare charity. We rescue and rehome around 60,000 cats and kittens every year. We also promote the benefits of neutering for a happier pet and help neuter over 100,000 cats every year.
|Children Today (Reg. 1037402)|
Children Today helps disabled children and young people achieve their full potential. We provide grants for vital life-changing equipment for children and young people with sickness and disability right across the UK and Northern Ireland.
|Cancer Care (Reg. 1120048)|
CancerCare is a local charity dedicated to the support of people with cancer, their families and their carers, and those bereaved by cancer. CancerCare's services are available to anyone in North Lancashire and South Lakeland and have been developed in response to the expressed needs of those whose lives are affected by cancer. Each year CancerCare supports over 1500 people - patients, families and carers - at its two main centres at Slynedales, Lancaster and the Lakes Centre, Kendal.
|Children's Hospices UK (Reg. 1103795)|
Childrenís Hospices UK is the national charity that gives voice and support to all childrenís hospice services. We have places in many running events throughout the year, please visit our website for more details.
|Crisis (Reg. 1082947)|
The Crisis Square Mile Run will start at Paternoster Square next to St Paulís Cathedral. Starting at 7pm this 3Ĺ mile run takes you along the Thames Pathway and the Southbank, past the Tate Modern and finishing in spectacular style over the Millennium Bridge. Run as an individual or as part of a team and join over 2,000 runners in a race to end homelessness.
|Children's Heart Federation (Reg. 1120557)|
We are a national charity for children with heart conditions and support families through: A free helpline that gives information, support and advice; Medical equipment that heart children use to test their blood at home, avoiding trips to hospital that disrupt their daily lives; Welfare grants to help heart families cope with the extra costs of bringing up a youngster with a serious health condition; Once in a lifetime trips to brighten the lives of heart children and their families.