Disability - General

National Autistic Society

Transforming lives and changing attitudes

Down's Syndrome Association

Reverse Rett

Reverse Rett is a patient advocacy and research organisation focused on delivering treatments and a cure for Rett Syndrome to everyone affected.


Our vision is for the UK to be the best place in the world for people with a learning disability.

Harrison's Fund

Fundraising for Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy

Rett UK

Dogs for Autism

Dogs for Autism - Enriching Lives, Expanding Horizons


Papworth Trust

PIP - Pursuing Independent Paths

Supporting adults with learning disabilities & autism to achieve their potential

Autism Anglia

Autism Anglia provides education, care and support for people with Autism

Autism Initiatives

The Chaseley Trust


Providing essential respite breaks for disabled people and carers

Ataxia UK

Helps to fund research into treatments and cures for the Ataxias.

Speak With IT

Down's Syndrome Scotland

Dedicated solely to supporting people with Down’s syndrome in Scotland


Headway - The Brain Injury Association

Headway - Improving life after brain injury.

Cornerstone Community Care

Providing services for adults and children with learning disabilities

Bright Ideas for Tennis

Autistic Nottingham

A charity run for & by Autistic adults without intellectual disabilities.

Dystonia UK

The only national charity providing support, advocacy and information for anyone affected by the neurological movement condition known as dystonia

Kingston Centre for Independent Living

The Brain Charity

Changing Faces


Ensuring everyone can live, love, thrive and belong as equals in society.


Using gardening to change lives

Limbless Association

The Limbless Association provides information and support to the limb-loss community.

Support Dogs

Thistle Foundation

Supporting people with disabilities and long term health conditions

Active Prospects

Become a champion and join team Active Prospects today!

Hamelin Trust

Supporting people with learning disabilities and their families