TCS Biosciences Ltd. has donated to the following charities during the past year:
UCARE (Urology Cancer Research and Education) is an independent charity committed to improving the treatment and care of cancer patients through research and education.
In 2017 we are celebrating 10 years of finding new ways to fight cancer.
We work tirelessly to help communities around the world escape the very worst effects of poverty and disaster.
And we believe that the same people facing these troubles, also have the best idea as to how they can overcome them. Tearfund listens: helping people to rise out of their poverty, utilising their resourcefulness and determination. Tearfund works alongside local churches and other locally-based organisations to help realise these plans for a better future.
Disaster Emergency Commitee - Myanmar
In recent weeks, more than half a million people, mostly Rohingya women and children, have sought refuge in Bangladesh from violence in Myanmar’s Rakhine state.
The thirteen DEC member charities have come together to call for funds to respond to the severe humanitarian needs of those affected. Money raised will support their efforts to reach people fleeing Myanmar as well as their host communities in Bangladesh.
More than half of all new arrivals are children and one in every ten are pregnant or lactating mothers. The vast majority are living in makeshift shelters made from bamboo and thin plastic.
We support people out of homelessness for good. We do this through education, training and support with housing, employment and health.
We offer one to one support, advice and courses for homeless people in 12 areas across England, Scotland and Wales.
We are a volunteer-run home for orphaned and abandoned children in Bangalore, India. Our mission is to provide them with the safety, nutrition, education, medical attention and love that every child deserves.
Future Pillars Zambia
Future Pillars (Zambia) is a Charitable Incorporated Organisation registered in June 2017 number 1173534. We aim to build on the valuable work started by the CONTESA Charity since 2005 when Esnat Avon began to support AIDS orphans in Zambia.
Buckingham Young Carers
Young Carers Bucks is part of Carers Bucks and supports children and young people in Buckinghamshire aged 6-18 years old who have a caring role.
On average, every week, two families in the UK will learn that their child has neuroblastoma.
Our mission is to find a cure for neuroblastoma through funding leading research projects to deliver new, effective and kinder treatments for these children.
With your help we can give them and their families hope.
World Vision is the world's largest international children's charity, working to bring real hope to millions of children in the world's hardest places. And we do it all as a sign of God’s unconditional love.
Crohns and Colitis
We're the UK's leading charity in the battle against Crohn's Disease and Ulcerative Colitis. Founded as a patients’ association in 1979, we now have 35,000 members across the UK.
These aren't just people who have Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) – our members also include their families and friends, health professionals and others who support our work. They've helped us set up 50 Local Networks across the nation. These arrange educational meetings, generate publicity and organise fundraising.
Friends of Buckingham Hospital
The League of Friends of Buckingham Hospital was formed in 1967 to fight the threatened closure of Buckingham Hospital. The objectives of the League are to support the work of the hospital, its patients and staff, for which purpose we receive donations from individuals, businesses and clubs, almost all of which are local to Buckingham and the surrounding areas.
Our team seeks to save lives and improve outcomes for survivors of sepsis by instigating political change, educating healthcare professionals, raising public awareness and providing support for those affected by this devastating condition.
Our critical expertise is based on the charity’s grassroots origins – our doctors and nurses have front line, first-hand experience of the sepsis problem; their passion is born of a uniquely comprehensive understanding of what needs to be done.
Winter Night Shelter Milton Keynes
WNSMK provides supervised overnight accommodation to homeless and vulnerable people who would otherwise be rough sleeping during the extreme winter months between early December and and mid-March each year. It works in partnership with several Milton Keynes churches that provide their facilities free of charge. A large team of volunteers from across the city come together to cook nutritious meals and provide a friendly safe environment each evening.
We work for and with people of all faiths and none to fight injustice and pursue our vision of a world without poverty.
If you would like to get in contact with us about a charity we could help support please email firstname.lastname@example.org.