Charities in Lancashire

Find local Charities in Lancashire
Tauheedul Relief Trust
Blackburn, Lancashire, BB1 5BL
Tauheedul Relief Trust is a global education charity working to transform the lives of children and young people across the world.
Islamic Charity, Sponsor an Orphan, Childrens Charities
Sign Communications North West
Blackburn, Lancashire, BB5 3QY
British Sign Language Interpreting Service To book a British Sign Language Interpreter/ Note taker/ Lip reader or enquire about charges please contact Carol or Emma. Interpreting service provided for all situations i.e medical, meetings, training and courses throughout Lancashire.
Communicators, Interpreters, Notetakers, Lipreaders, British Sign Language
Emma's Dream
Chorley, Lancashire, PR7 4DG
About Us Emma's Dream was founded by Julie O Keefe a mother of three children Claire 28, James 26 and Emma who would have been 23 in(2015). Julie never thought she would lose one of her children and she say's its the worst pain you will ever feel. She misses Emma very much and she's the first person she thinks about when waking in a morning. Now Julie is determined with the help of others to raise awareness and make a difference. She founded Emma's Dream in memory of Emma Kathryn whom sadly she found hanging in her previous home bedroom on the 13th September 2010, Emma was only 19 years young when she took her own life whilst awaiting an assessment for the bi Polar disorder. Our Aim Campaigning to raise mental awareness, offer support and advise to children and young adults with mental health problems. The main fundraising at the moment is to raise funds for our 24hr Crisis Line and for the purchase of a widebeam barge which will give people with mental health issue's a days break or a stress free holiday on the tranquil Leeds to Liverpool. The barge will have to be dramatically redesigned as to meet peoples needs as well as covering all health and safety issues that may arise and have to be dealt with. As you can imagine this is no small task but with the help of you the public, business's and the narrowboat community we are confident we can pursue Emma's Dream.
Fundraising, Severe Depression, Charity, Mental Health Support, Bipolar
The Cauda Equina Syndrome Association
Clitheroe, Lancashire, BB7 9TR
We are a support and awareness organisation for cauda equina syndrome, supporting sufferers, offering helpline support , advice on all issues of ces and where to get help.
degenerative disc disease, low back pain, sciatica, red flags back pain, cauda equina
Redeemed Christian Church Of God - His Presence
Manchester, Lancashire, M8 5UF
We are a new but fast growing, vibrant multinational church located in the heart of Manchester. We are a bible-based, spirit filled church teaching sound doctrine through the inspired Word of God. We are open, friendly inclusive church transcending race, gender, culture, sex and age. With a perfect blend of families, couples, singles and youth, HP is committed to building a powerful spiritual environment where praise is intense, worship reverent and sermon rich, uplifting and edifying. We seek to nurture faith in Christ and deepen commitment to sharing the gospel of truth. In the presence of God there is fullness of joy, come experience joy in HIS PRESENCE. Time of Service Sunday - Celebration Service: 10.30am 12.30pm Wednesday Bible Study 6.30pm 7.30pm
Church, Charity, Place of Worship
Muslim Global Relief
Nelson, Lancashire, BB9 7WB
Muslim Global Relief (MGR) is a registered UK charity set up to help those most in need around the world, irrespective of creed, caste, color or political affiliation. Our motto is United We Stand to Serve to work together to serve humanity, where help is most needed. MGR provides immediate help in times of disaster whether caused by natural causes or conflict to help alleviate the suffering of the needy and destitute members of society anywhere in the world. MGR also helps rebuild local communities through self sustaining long term projects. Throughout our short history of operation, Muslim Global Relief has relied only on the help and support of those who believe in helping others. Continuing disasters and conflicts wreak havoc on the lives of so many people. It is the generosity of those who care that allows us to alleviate their suffering. It is your kindness that has turned around so many lives, restoring hope and providing new opportunities.
Health, Relief, Poverty, Death, Emergency
The Pop In Charity Shop
Oldham, Lancashire, OL1 3PA
A Charity Set up in OLDHAM to support People & Groups Buying SPECIALIST Equipment needed for different people, plus any other GOOD causes that are brought to our attention. Within OLDHAM & SURROUNDING DISTRICTS. (Forms for Funding NOW available) Donations of ANYTHING will be gladly received LARGE or Small. The Charity section Will NOW be DOWNSTAIRS. (and as soon as building work is finished i will put my own clearance stocks Upstairs) of which i donate 20%. We are Open EVERYDAY inc Sunday''s If you are having a Clear Out For Christmas we will Gladly take any items from you. I can arrange to collect if needed. Volunteers URGENTLY Needed to arrange shop, Display, check and price goods,We are also Looking for LADIES to join the Trust, if you have time on your hands and think you could help'' in box me PLEASE
Donations Wanted, Clothes, Books, Cd''s Wanted, Volunteers, Charity
Wigan Borough Veterans Council
Wigan, Lancashire, wn2 5eg
A veteran is a term that means someone who has served in the UK Armed Forces (whether regular or reserve), but our commitment is inclusive to their widows/widowers and their dependants. It is also inclusive of members of the Merchant Navy who have played a vital role in legally defined military operations as part of the wider veterans'' community. It is estimated that the wide and disparate veterans'' community is a population of 10 million people in the UK. The majority of veterans go on to lead very productive and useful lives after leaving the Armed services. They utilise their transferable skills and knowledge acquired from their time served occupations making an ongoing positive contribution to wider society. However at different stages in our lives we may need that bit of advice or guidance in moving forward. Sometimes others are less fortunate and need support after leaving the Services. This is where the Wigan Borough Veterans Council can assist you. Our role includes providing practical advice and guidance for veterans and their dependants of all ages; backgrounds and military services. We can provide you with signposting to the services that will support you when you need them. We can also be there for veterans and their dependants if they need a shoulder to lean on or a listening ear.
charity, borough, veteran, council, wigan

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