Gloucestershire Deaf Association

Gloucestershire Information Charities - Gloucestershire Deaf Association

Gloucester

To provide practical and emotional support for deaf people in Gloucestershire, by assisting them to overcome communication hurdles and to campaign on their behalf for better communication access.

Gloucestershire Deaf Association - Gloucester, Gloucestershire

Sue Ryder

Gloucestershire Information Charities - Sue Ryder

Cheltenham

Sue Ryder - Leckhampton Court Hospice supports people with cancer and other potentially life-limiting conditions. See website for locations of their shops throughout Gloucestershire and details of volunteering.

Sue Ryder - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

The Family Haven

Gloucestershire Information Charities - The Family Haven

Gloucester

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Established in 1988 to help disadvantaged and vulnerable families in Gloucestershire to a brighter future. We help parents and their pre-school children by providing a warm, caring and supportive day centre where assistance and encouragement is available to help them to improve the quality of their lives.

The Family Haven - Gloucester, Gloucestershire

WellChild

Gloucestershire Information Charities - WellChild

Cheltenham

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The national charity for sick children. Our aim is simple – we are working to support children and young people throughout the UK as they deal with the consequences of serious illness and complex conditions. We focus on three key areas of care, support and research, and we work with our incredible WellChild Nurses, some of the top medical researchers in the country and our fantastic volunteers to make a positive difference to the lives of children who need us now and in the future.

WellChild - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Age UK Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire Information Charities - Age UK Gloucestershire

Gloucester

For information and advice on form filling for pension credit, attendance allowance, housing benefit and much more. Details about volunteering, donations and where to find the Age UK Shops in Gloucestershire.

Age UK Gloucestershire - Gloucester, Gloucestershire

Butterfly Garden

Gloucestershire Information Charities - Butterfly Garden

Cheltenham

The Butterfly garden is an educational, therapeutic and recreational scheme, based initially on gardening, but now offering so much more. It is a project for people of all ages dealing with disablement of any kind. It caters for those looking to escape the world, those looking to re-enter it and some, who are still just looking. Its doors are open to anyone without obligation. Donations of all types are welcome.

Butterfly Garden - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

CADCAF: Cheltenham and District Carers and Families

Gloucestershire Information Charities - CADCAF: Cheltenham and District Carers and Families

Cheltenham

A family support group for families and carers who care for children with special needs. We provide mutual support, information exchange and holiday activities. Support is given to the whole family, offering real and positive help to each and every member. Complementing the above, we also offer a Young Carers club for brothers and sisters of special needs children, who can take part in various planned activities and the After School Club for special needs children.

CADCAF: Cheltenham and District Carers and Families - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Carers Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire Information Charities - Carers Gloucestershire

Gloucester

Carers Gloucestershire offers informationadvice and advocacy to all Carers in Gloucestershire. It also gives Carers the opportunity to meet other Carers, share experiences and work together to get things changed for the benefit of everyone.

Carers Gloucestershire - Gloucester, Gloucestershire

Cobalt

Gloucestershire Information Charities - Cobalt

Cheltenham

Cobalt is a leading medical charity founded in 1964, helping in disease prevention, research, treatment and diagnosis. Cobalt has been making a real difference to the quality of life and the outcomes for those suffering from cancer and other life-limiting conditions. We have been a major NHS partner in establishing the Cheltenham Cancer Centre and other health care facilities, such as the new £5.1 million, all digital, Breast Clinic at Cobalt House.

Cobalt - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

Cotswold Care

Gloucestershire Information Charities - Cotswold Care

Minchinhampton

We offer a wide range of services which provide care for people living with or affected by a life limiting illness. As an independent charity, in 2012 it cost us £2.8 million to provide our services, however they are free of charge to all the people who use them. Please see website for fundraising events and charity shops throughout Gloucestershire.

Cotswold Care - Minchinhampton, Gloucestershire

Emmaus Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire Information Charities - Emmaus Gloucestershire

A charity that aims to tackle the problem of homelessness by giving shelter and employment to those affected, we believe that this approach is far more effective in restoring self confidence and social inclusion than simply providing a hostel bed and an address to claim benefits from. There are currently four shops in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Stroud, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire selling goods, including fully tested electrical appliances, furniture, clothes, books and bric a brac. Donations are always welcome.

Emmaus Gloucestershire - , Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire Multiple Sclerosis Information & Therapy Centre

Gloucestershire Information Charities - Gloucestershire Multiple Sclerosis Information & Therapy Centre

Gloucester

The Centre was founded by a group of local people with MS who wanted to improve therapy options and have access to High Dosage Oxygen Therapy. Run largely by volunteers it offers support to people with MS, enabling them to help themselves to the best possible quality of life. Friendly, cheerful and welcoming, it is open to anyone. No one knows why people get MS and every case is different. People react very differently to its diagnosis. We understand these feelings and problems and would like to share our experiences.

Gloucestershire Multiple Sclerosis Information & Therapy Centre - Gloucester, Gloucestershire

Gloucestershire Orchard Group

Gloucestershire Information Charities - Gloucestershire Orchard Group

The Group's aims are to conserve, promote and celebrate traditional orchards in the county of Gloucestershire. Here you will find a vast amount of information on creating or restoring traditional orchards, nurseries, events run by the Group and how to join. Lists of varieties of Gloucestershire apples, pears, plums and nuts, many with details of the place they originated.

Gloucestershire Orchard Group - , Gloucestershire

Hop Skip & Jump Foundation: Cotswolds

Gloucestershire Information Charities - Hop Skip & Jump Foundation: Cotswolds

Cheltenham

The Foundation’s centres provide play and support for children with a disability, life threatening illness, or any special need. They also offer vital day care respite for the children, their families and carers. Hop Skip & Jump give these special children the opportunity to build confidence, social skills and self esteem whilst providing parents, cares and siblings a place to have a well earned break.

Hop Skip & Jump Foundation: Cotswolds - Cheltenham, Gloucestershire

James Hopkins Trust

Gloucestershire Information Charities - James Hopkins Trust

Gloucester

A charity which provides practical help for severely disabled, life threatened and life limited young children with nursing needs, aged 5 years and under, living in Gloucestershire. Since 1989, the James Hopkins Trust has helped well over 350 children and families in every corner of Gloucestershire, to the staggering amount of over 150,000 hours of nursing – free to those that desperately need it.

James Hopkins Trust - Gloucester, Gloucestershire

Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre

Gloucestershire Information Charities - Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre

Cirencester

The Centre is committed to the care of injured, orphaned or sick wild animals and birds. We operate 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year and aim to rehabilitate and eventually release any animals bought into our care. If you would like to get involved, please visit our website for more information. Not open to visitors.

Oak and Furrows Wildlife Rescue Centre - Cirencester, Gloucestershire

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