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Geordie Community Charities – Support Your Local Tyneside, Northumberland & Durham Charities

If you want the help of or alternatively want to help a charity based in your local area then the details we highlight in the section will help you to make contact with your local charitable organisations.

Perhaps your looking for ideas on who to support in the next Great North Run 🙂

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Local Charities A-Z

  • A.D.A.P.T. North East stands for – Action by Differently Abled People in Tynedale and is committed to the rights of people living in Tynedale & Hexham with disabilities.
  • Alzheimer’s Society Services Newcastle Upon Tyne for nearly three decades the Alzheimer’s Society has given hope to thousands of people affected by dementia in Newcastle Upon Tyne & the surrounding North East Engand areas.
  • Children North East enables and helps children and young people in the North East of England to reach their full potential and to ease the pressures of lifes inequalities.
  • Contact A Family North East for families with disabled children and offers help and information on rare syndromes and disorders as well as other disabilities which effect children.
  • North East Churches provides a single database all of the 1448 individual listed faith communities in the North East region.
  • North East Stroke Clubs provide a meeting place for stroke victims and their carers to come together and share experiences.
  • North Sea Volunteer Lifeguards Service provide extra volunteer cover supporting the lifeguard service in North Tyneside.
  • Pathways 4 All is a local charity (based in North Tyneside) which provides social opportunities and activities for children with disabilities/additional needs as well as their families. They currently run two youth clubs & arrange family days & seasonal parties.
  • Sir Bobby Robson’s Foundation helps fund the Sir Bobby Robson cancer trial and research centre at Newcastle Upon Tyne’s Freeman Hospital. The reseach centre focus is on early detection and treatment of cancer and the clinical trials of new cancer drugs with the main aim of helping people beat the killer disease.
  • St Oswald’s Hospice which is based in Gosforth in Newcastle Upon Tyne provides free hospice care for adults and children suffering from terminal illnesses & their purpose-built facilities offer a range of flexible services to North East families.
  • Tyneside Samaritans are available 24 hours a day to provide confidential support to those who are experiencing feelings of distress or despair.

We will be happy to highlight your particular local charity in this section & in other relevant sections, including a special post. Simply make contact in the reply box below and let us know relevant information about you, your charity or/and indeed any future charity events.

Please note: We will carry out checks to satisfy ourselves that the charities listed above are indeed a charity based in one of the areas of Geordieland before we highlight you in this section, however, we always advise givers to do basic checks before donating to any charity organisation.

2 comments

  1. Hi there, please would you add our North East Charity to the list.

    Saras Hope Foundation is a small North East based charity which was set up in 2007 in memory of Sara Hoburn who lost her battle with cancer in 2001 at 16 years old. Founded by Sara’s parents, the charity was officially launched and registered in 2008. The team work tirelessly to raise the funds and the profile of the charity so it is able to meet its main objective which is to manage a holiday retreat in Crete offering respite for the families of young people affected by cancer. Since June 2011 over 110 children and their families have visited, and we have 14 families who will be visiting in the coming months.
    Registered Charity No. 1123099

    1. Hi Carol, I will be updating the Geordie charities section asap. Until then I will leave you link and post here 🙂

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