Sheffield Half Marathon CharitiesPosted by pokladov in main category, on 12.10.2016
Sheffield Half Marathon Charities
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Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre:- The MS Therapy Centre (South Yorkshire) Ltd is an autonomous self-funding charity focused on providing for people affected mainly with MS and other neurological conditions a range of drug-free, symptom management and complementary therapies including physiotherapy, osteopathy and high dosage oxygen therapy. We also have an active drop-in area where you can obtain information, sit, chat, drink tea, eat cake and have a laugh. Tel 01709 367 784
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SAFE@LAST:- SAFE@LAST is a registered charity working with young people who have
run away from, or have been thrown out of, the place where they usually
live – or are at risk of doing so. As an organisation SAFE@LAST is unique and innovative as it provides a full range of services for young people at risk through running away from prevention to crisis intervention. SAFE@LAST currently operates a 24-hour helpline, ongoing one to one support, an education and prevention programme, detached street work, and the only childrenʼs refuge in England.
Tel: 01909 566 977
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Support Dogs:- If you run to raise money for Support Dogs every stride you take goes towards changing a life. You’re lucky enough to be able to run – the people we help can’t. Their disability prevents it and they lead lives we can’t imagine. But Support Dogs can massively improve their lives by training the companions that give them greater freedom, confidence and independence. They need us and we need you to lace up your trainers, and run for a Sheffield-based charity that is changing lives daily. That’s got to be worth the odd blister or two. Tel: 0114 2617800.
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Sheffield Wildlife Trust:- Please help us to ensure we can adapt to the impacts of climate change through the creation of a ‘Living Landscape’ by working to protect and enhance the environment for the benefit and enjoyment of people and wildlife
Sheffield Wildlife Trust works alongside local people to increase their understanding of the natural world and create opportunities for people to enjoy the outdoors and improve their health and daily lives. We also help protect and enhance the environment for the benefit of people and wildlife, to achieve a sustainable future for the planet. We need your help us ensure a secure future for Sheffield’s wildlife.
Website: http://www.wildsheffield.com/ Te; 0114 263 4335
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Sheffield Academy of Young Leaders:-SAYLs provide a range of high quality volunteering and leadership opportunities to young people from Sheffield. By supporting them to reach their full potential through gaining valuable skills, experience and confidence, we believe they will have a greater chance to succeed in the future.
Contact email: SAYLS@sysport.co.uk
St Luke’s Hospice:- St Luke’s cares for adults of all ages throughout Sheffield who have incurable illnesses. Our aim is always to control their symptoms, alleviate pain, and give them the best possible quality of life – all free of charge. We depend on the commitment and generosity of our supporters to help us raise enough money to keep on providing top quality care for our patients and their families. This year alone we need to raise more than £4.5 million towards our running costs; and to continue to improve the quality of our services and patient care we need to raise more. Every year we help and support more than 1400 patients, and their families and carers throughout the city.
Join our Sheffield Half Marathon running team and we will support you every step of the way.
For more information call 0114 2357556.
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Myasthenia Gravis Association:- Myasthenia Gravis is an auto immune disease characterised by fluctuating muscle weakness. MG can cause disability, has no known cure and can prove fatal. Simple things like eating food, lifting arms, speaking to friends or laughing can become difficult or even impossible. South Yorkshire Branch supports 660 sufferers, familes and carers in the region. Tel 01457 766 410
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The Children’s Hospital:- The Children’s Hospital Charity exists to enhance the work of the Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust and its reputation as a centre of excellence for research, prevention, care and cure of childhood illness by funding four key areas:
– Specialist medical equipment
– Research into the prevention and cure of childhood illness
– New facilities to extend the range of treatment provided
– Improvements to the hospital environment that will benefit patients, families and visitors
Our young patients are at the centre of everything we do and all our work is focussed on providing them with the best facilities, equipment and experience possible, helping to provide a world-class facility that is positioned at the very forefront of paediatric care.
By running for The Children’s Hospital Charity you will be part of a very special team that will help build a brighter future for young patients and families across our region. Join us today by calling 0114 271 7203 or visiting www.tchc.org.uk.
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Breast Cancer Care:- There are over 10,000 people living in South Yorkshire who have been diagnosed with breast cancer. This coming year, another 1,400 people in South Yorkshire will hear the devastating news that they too have the disease. Breast Cancer Care is here for anyone affected by breast cancer. We bring people together; provide information and support and campaign for improved standards of care. Please join our Sheffield Half Marathon team and help us continue our vital work across the region. Tel: 0114 2636481