All donations support people living in Northern Ireland

Charities Involved

(click on the charity logos to find out more)

Age NI Logo

Age NI

028 9024 5729

Registered with the Charity Commission for
Northern Ireland NIC104640

Age NI is the leading charity for older people in Northern Ireland. Our mission is to help people enjoy later life, and our vision is a world where we can thrive as we age. Our work is centred around enabling older people to make the very best of their later life and creating a society that truly values, supports, and welcomes them. We believe that older people should be enabled to stay well and feel good, to access the services they need, to have enough money and the opportunity to play an equal and valued role in society.

Cancer Focus Northern Ireland Logo

Cancer Focus Northern Ireland
028 9066 3281

Registered with the Charity Commission for
Northern Ireland NIC101307

Cancer Focus Northern Ireland has been working for over 50 years to reduce the impact of cancer on local people’s lives. We provide care and support services for cancer patients and their families; offer a range of cancer prevention programmes to help people lessen their risk of getting cancer; fund scientific research into the causes and treatment of the disease and campaign for better health policy to protect our community and its future. 90% of our work is funded through donations and fundraising so we couldn’t do it without the public’s support.


Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke
028 9032 0184

Registered with the Charity Commission for
Northern Ireland NIC103593

Northern Ireland Chest Heart & Stroke provides expert care and support services to anyone at risk of or currently living with chest, heart and stroke conditions. We work with people of all ages throughout Northern Ireland, along with their families and carers. We are the only local charity in Northern Ireland dedicated to preventing chest, heart and stroke illnesses; informing and educating people about the early warning signs of these conditions and supporting healthy lifestyle changes. We also fund research projects that advance how we prevent, treat and care for cardiovascular and respiratory illnesses to ensure fewer people develop them, and more people than ever survive them with an enhanced quality of life and greater independence.

Childline and NSPCC NI

Telephone: 028 9035 1135

Registered with the Charity Commission for
Northern Ireland 216401 & SCO37717

Together, we can stop child abuse and neglect. Through the collective power of our staff, volunteers, supporters and partners, and our 100 years of experience; we will move closer to achieving that goal.At Childline we want to make sure every young person who contacts us has a space where they feel safe and listened to.


Royal National Institute of Blind People
Northern Ireland
028 9032 9373

Reg. Charity No: 226227

The world has changed beyond recognition since RNIB was born 150 years ago, but for blind and partially sighted people too much has stayed the same. We’re taking a stand against exclusion, inequality and isolation to create a world without barriers where people with sight loss can lead full lives. A different world where society values blind and partially sighted people not for the disabilities they’ve overcome, but for the people they choose to be.


Young Lives vs Cancer NI
0300 330 0803

Reg. Charity No: 1107328 & SC039857

When a child is diagnosed with cancer it threatens everything, for them and their family. At a time when they should be busy being children, enjoying their rollercoaster teenage years or finding their feet at uni, life becomes full of fear. Fear of treatment, but also of families being torn apart, of overwhelming money worries, mental health stretched to breaking point, of having nowhere to turn, no one to talk to. At Young Lives vs Cancer, we get that. We are the charity that helps children and young people (0-25) and their families find the strength to face whatever cancer throws at them. But every day 12 more children and young people hear the devastating news they have cancer.