The Seamen’s Hospital Society is a long-established maritime charity dedicated to meeting the health, welfare and advice needs of seafarers and their families.
The Royal Free is a large London teaching trust with a wide range of specialist and general services which sees around 750,000 patients a year and is part of a groundbreaking research partnership.
Established in 1890, the British Deaf Association provides community advocacy, development, empowerment and training to deaf people of all ages, and campaigns for better service provision and access to deaf people.
Sound Seekers is dedicated to helping deaf and hearing-impaired people, especially children, in the developing world. They develop and support projects that improve access to education, lessen the impact of hearing loss and raise awareness of deaf people’s abilities and… Read More
Greenwich Hospital was established in 1694 for the relief and support of seamen who could no longer serve in the Royal Navy, and their dependent families. It does so today through the provision of charitable funds to support ex service… Read More
The College champions excellence in the practice of ophthalmology for the benefit of patients and the public.
Fight for Sight funds pioneering research to prevent sight loss and treat eye disease.
Intensive rehabilitation and recuperation for injured and ill, serving and retired Police Officers.