|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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|23 Charities listed beginning with "T"|
|The British Red Cross (Reg. 220949)|
The British Red Cross helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. We are part of a global voluntary network, responding to conflicts, natural disasters and individual emergencies.
|Tommy's, the baby charity|
In the UK alone, 400 babies are lost everyday through complications in both pregnancy and birth. Tommy's is dedicated to funding research into, and providing information on, the causes of miscarriage, stillbirth and premature birth.
|The Brooke (Reg. 1085760)|
The Brooke is the UK's leading overseas equine welfare charity dedicated to improving the lives of horses and donkeys working hard in the poorest parts of the world. These animals are often the only source of income for many poor families. Our mobile vet teams and animal health workers provide free treatment and train animal owners and local people.
|The Prince's Trust|
The Prince's Trust offers practical solutions to help young people get their lives working.
Traidcraft works in some of the world's poorest countries helping people work their way out of poverty. All Traidcraft runners receive a fundraising pack, T-shirt and more. For more information call 0191 4976488 or email email@example.com
|The National Autistic Society (Reg. 269425)|
We want a world where autism is understood and people with autism have the support they need to ensure that their rights are upheld and that they have the same opportunities as others in society. We champion the rights and interests of all people with autism and aim to provide individuals with autism and their families with help, support and services that they can readily access, trust and rely upon and which make a positive difference to their lives.
|Trees for Cities (Reg. 1032154)|
Trees for Cities works with communities to plant trees in parts of cities that need it most. We grow stronger neighbourhoods, enhance urban landscapes and improve health and happiness.
|The Children's Trust|
The Children's Trust is a place where children with profound disabilities and very complex medical conditions receive the specialist care, therapy, rehabilitation and education that they need.
|Thrombosis UK (formerly Lifeblood) (Reg. 1090540)|
Thrombosis UK is dedicating to promoting awareness, research and care of thrombosis.
|The Scottish Society for Autism (SSA)|
Established in 1968 by a group of concerned parents. The Society was formed to address the lack of support at that time for both children and the parents of children with autism.
Trinity is the UK's oldest hospice, established 1891. Cares for over 1,400 patients each year across South and Central London. It has running teams in London and New York marathons plus many shorter events from 5km to half marathon.
|The Anglo-European College of Chiropractic (Reg. 306289)|
a registered charity (306289) based in Bournemouth, England. The AECC is a charity because of its extensive work within chiropractic research, education and the provision of low- cost chiropractic treatment for the local community in which it is based. Each year over 50,000 low cost or free patient treatments are offered to the local community from the training clinic.
|The Edward Starr Charitable Trust (Reg. 1127497)|
The Edward Starr Charitable Trust exists to improve the lives of children in the UK and around the world by providing project based funding. Working in partnership with individuals and charities we aim to support initiatives that give benefit to children through education, healthcare, development or simply fun.
|Thames Hospicecare (Reg. 1108298)|
Thames Hospicecare provides palliative care for the people of East Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire with life limiting illness and their family and carers. The care is provided free of charge and so 75% of the running costs is funded from events such as people being sponsored to run for Thames Hospicecare.
|The Children's Society|
We work with and for children to help them deal with life's harshest challenges and face the future with confidence.
|The Cot Death Society|
Cot Death is a tragedy that affects almost 400 babies per year. As a small charity, the Cot Death Society relies entirely upon donations to fund its support for families throughout the UK. Help us by running for the small charity that makes a big impact!
|The Foundation for Conductive Education|
The FCE help children and adults with motor disabilities such as cerebral palsy, dyspraxia, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson’s, stroke and head injury learn to overcome their movement problems to lead more independent, dignified and fulfilled lives.
|The NeuroMuscular Centre (NMC) (Reg. 1023606)|
The NMC supports people with muscular dystrophy (md) and other neuromuscular conditions. People travel from all over Britain to use the centre’s physiotherapy department and IT facilities, as the centre is the only one of its kind in the UK and Europe!
|The Honeypot Children’s Charity (Reg. 1011672)|
Dedicated to improving the quality of life for severely disadvantaged children living in this country. Honeypot provides a comprehensive programme of long term support, which starts with a respite holiday at the Honeypot House in the New Forest.
|The Hibbs Lupus Trust (Reg. 1147783)|
Do something wonderful & run for lupus! Sign up for a running event today & take on the challenge of a lifetime! The Hibbs Lupus Trust is run entirely by voluntary trustees, friends & supporters of the charity. We are a dedicated team whose own lives have been affected by lupus. The aim of The Hibbs Lupus Trust is the relief of sickness and preservation of good health among sufferers of lupus.
|The National Kidney Research Fund|
Kidney disease changes lives and can affect you at any age. The Fund is dedicated to funding research that focuses on the prevention, treatment and management of kidney disease. The fund also focuses on patient care and educational initiatives.
|The Blue Cross|
The Blue Cross not only finds homes for thousands of unwanted and abandoned animals but also provides free veterinary care for pet owners who can
|The Wilderness Foundation UK (Reg. 1118493)|
The Wilderness Foundation concentrates on three areas: Education and Leadership Development through our Wilderness Trails; Health and Wellbeing for the Individual and Society through our Social Programmes; Wilderness and Wild Lands Protection – through our Wilderness Action Programmes. We work for wilderness, wildlife and people.