Archive | February 2012

The Honorary Doctors Association

The Honorary Doctors’ Association (HDA) is a charity based on a formal network of practitioners that spend a portion of their time providing unpaid medical help.

We are independent of political parties and, although we are not part of it, we completely support the National Health Service in every way we can.

We have every reason to believe that the number of participating doctors will continue to grow as will the number of patients seen.

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15 mile walk for Operation AJ The Appeal

Andrew (known as AJ) is five years old and has Spastic Diplegia Cerebral Palsy. AJ is unable to walk unaided and uses a k-walker frame to walk, He also wears splints on his legs and has physiotherapy daily and medication 3 times a day.

We have found an operation in America called Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy. This involves the cutting of nerves in the spine which will release the spasticity (tension) in AJ’s muscles. This will eradicate all pain caused by the CP and allow him to jump, hop, skip, and join in with his older brother’s playing football.

The drawback? It is going to have total costs of up to £50,000. This covers the cost of the surgery the flights and accommodation for one month.

Thats why on March 24, they are going to be walking from Darlington to Middlesbrough to raise money, you can help by donating here: say is for suzz walk

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150 mile walk for Harry Moseley

Following the sad news back in October 2011 that very inspirational Harry Moseley lost his long battle with his inoperable brain tumour it was a sad time for the City of Birmingham.

Harry raised over £650,000 for his charity which he setup himself by coming up with his own idea of customized bracelets.


A group of football fans will walk from Birmingham to East Anglian town of Norwich.

The event will be started at Villa Park on Tuesday 8th May 2012 at 8am where the 150 mile journey will depart and reach Norwich City’s FC Carrow Road on Saturday 12 May 2012.

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Help Jadeleigh raise money for Miscarriage

The Miscarriage Association is a national charity that offers support and information to anyone affected by the loss of a baby in pregnancy. We provide a UK helpline, a range of helpful leaflets, an online support forum and training and consultancy for health professionals.

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Barnardos: Believe in Children

Barnardo’s transforms the lives of vulnerable children across the UK through the work of our projects, our campaigning and our research expertise.

We believe we can bring out the best in every child whether the issue is child poverty, sexual exploitation, disability and domestic violence.

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Rainbows for Rachel

From Rachel family:  Our lives changed this past February 2nd, when Rachel suddenly lost motor control and her ability to speak.

We RUSHED to A. I. duPont Childrens Hospital, where Rachel underwent surgery the following day for a mass/tumor the size of a walnut

Rachel has one of the RAREST forms of cancer, usually found only in adults. Its ugly name was ANAPLASTIC GANGLIOGLIOMA – Grade 3. According to sources, there have only been 10 reported cases EVER in the U.S


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Ark of Hope For Children

Ark of Hope For Children is a mission based umbrella organization that will create awareness of, advocate for, and provide hands on care in a variety of ways for domestic orphans (previously abused and neglected children). Our unique programs will be aimed at providing compassion and care for children and youth from birth through 23 years old.

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