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CHARITIES

According to the Charities Commission there are currently more than 195,000 registered charities in England and Wales with a combined annual income of more than £80 billion.

Nearly 60 per cent of registered charities have an income of £10,000 or less, but the bigger charities provide many essential services in the health, community and education sectors - often providing services that complement and extend government and council run services.

My Advice Gateway provides a quick way to see what help is available from the charity sector. As well as free authoritative advice on a wide range of issues, charities provide help and support for the elderly, the disabled, those that are ill and people in need of housing help. 

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CHARITY COMMISSION

The Charity Commission is the independent Government department which registers and regulates charities in England and Wales to ensure that the public can support charities with confidence. 

To check if a charity is registered click here.

To register a complaint against a charity click here.

Charity Choice is the UK’s largest charity directory, listing over 160,000 charities to help people find charities and information about charities.

 

SHELTER
Shelter gives advice and advocacy to people in housing need. The charity provides information on homelessness, renting and leasing houses, repossession, repairs, neighbourhood issues, eviction and finding and paying for a home More ...
EMMAUS
Emmaus is a homelessness charity that offer a home for as long as someone needs it, as well as meaningful work and a sense of belonging in their social enterprises. More ...
THE SALVATION ARMY
The Salvation Army provides a range of services for homeless people throughout the UK - including housing services, combined with support activities, workshops and training to help with resettlement into the community. More ...
METHODIST HOMES
Methodist Homes for the Aged provides care homes, housing and support services for older people throughout Britain. More ...
HOOP
Housing Options for Older People is a website run by a charity designed to help older people with their housing needs. Its takes the form of a questionnaire and helps you identify your housing options and point you towards further useful information sources. More ...
CENTREPOINT
Centrepoint works to support young people who are homeless through the provision of accommodation and care. The charity provides health advice and support, financial aid and information, and learning, training and employment support. More ...
SSAFA
The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Families Association offers help to people with a connection to the Services. The charity provides free advice and assistance on housing needs to those that are eligible for help More ...
NACRO
nacro offers a range of services designed to help young people and ex-offenders to find positive alternatives to crime. The charity also provides a housing service to ex-offenders, ex-prisoners direct from prison, people with mental health problems, vulnerable parents and people with drug and alcohol problems. More ...
DISABILITIES TRUST
The Disabilities Trust provides care, rehabilitation and support for people with complex disabilities across the UK. The Trust provides specialist education and housing support to people with Autism, residential and sheltered housing, and respite care and day services to people with physical disability. More ...
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