A snapshot of a few more of our latest clients using the goDonate platform!
As the UK’s leading end of life charity, Marie Curie provides frontline nursing and hospice care, a free support line and a wealth of information and support on all aspects of dying, death and bereavement.
From its earliest days, the Marie Curie Memorial Foundation helped patients who needed nursing at home, starting off in London, and extending further by the end of the 1950s, Marie Curie home nursing was available in nine areas of the UK.
Opening its own research facility in 1962, the charity not only provides the frontline support but as the UK’s leading charitable funder of palliative and end of life care research, Marie Curie works to improve the care and support that people affected by death, dying and bereavement receive.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People
Transforming deaf people’s lives, the charity trains dogs to alert deaf people to important and lifesaving sounds which they would otherwise miss e.g. alarm clocks, door bells, smoke alarms etc. But that’s not all, the trained dogs also offer love, companionship and emotional support to what can be a lonely and isolating disability.
Having helped thousands of deaf people so far, the charity aims to help many more. With over 1,100 working hearing dog partnerships across the UK, the charity also helps through personalised services such as their Helpdesk and support groups.
Hearing Dogs for Deaf People offers the opportunity to sponsor a puppy through the goDonate platform as well online donations.
Blood Cancer UK
Working tirelessly for over 60 years, Blood Cancer UK has invested more than £500 million in blood cancer research which has led to a long line of breakthroughs that have improved treatments and saved lives and is striving to beat blood cancer in a generation. The charity also provides ongoing support services and a wealth of information covering the many different types of blood cancer, as each have different symptoms, treatments and prognoses.
The charity also connects people in the same situations to create the community of support and understanding as well as offering confidential help. Covering all aspects the charity offers advice on living well, from exercise and dietary nutrition to emotional well-being to financial and workplace support.