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Movember Foundation

The state of men’s health is in a crisis. Simply put, men are dying too young.

We seek to make a global contribution to men living happier, healthier, longer lives. This ambition underpins everything we do. It is the driving force behind our campaigns, funding strategy, and vision for the future.

http://www.movember.com

Promise Dreams

We are a national registered children's charity that makes dreams come true for seriously and terminally ill children and their families across the UK. We receive no government funding and rely on donations from generous supporters, as well as our own events organised throughout the year.

http://www.promisedreams.co.uk

Starlight Children's Foundation

Starlight grants wishes of a lifetime to seriously and terminally ill children and provides innovative entertainment in hospitals and hospices across the UK to distract children from the fear, pain and isolation often caused by their illness. Starlight helps over 500,000 ill children per annum.

https://www.starlight.org.uk/

Two Wheels for Life

Two Wheels for Life supports African programmes that ensure life-saving healthcare gets to rural communities using well-maintained motorcycles.

http://www.twowheelsforlife.org.uk/

UNICEF Australia

UNICEF works in more than 190 countries and territories to help children survive and thrive, from early childhood through adolescence.

http://unicef.org.au

Variety, the Children's Charity

Variety aims to provide tangible help that makes an immediate difference by providing memorable childhood experiences & building self-esteem, raising vital funds for our well known Sunshine Coaches, specialist wheelchairs, mobility equipment, hospital wards & all sorts of other practical solutions.

http://www.variety.org.uk

World Vision

World Vision is a relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities to overcome poverty and injustice. We provide short-term and long-term assistance to 100 million people worldwide, including 2.4 million children.

http://www.worldvision.com.au