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The Charities Neville and Marilyn Wright support

he British Dyslexia Association The ADHD Foundation Lend With Care The Phoebe Research Fund Sue Ryder

The British Dyslexia Association

This is my dad in 1990 aged 74, he was presenting a cheque for £200, money he had raised by organising a vintage bike ride and collecting money for the charity by entertaining the public who were fascinated with his vintage cycles.

My dad was a very skilled carpenter and cabinet maker, he also had the ability to organise people whether it was for work or in a social environment, he was able to get the best out of people despite being dyslexic.

I am very pleased to say that I have inherited these traits from him.

The British Dyslexia Association (BDA) has been the voice of dyslexic people since 1972. They are a membership organisation working to achieve a dyslexia-friendly society for all. About dyslexia Dyslexia is a neurological difference and can have a significant impact during education, in the workplace and in everyday life. …

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Lend With Care

I joined Lendwithcare on 6 April 2012 because this ‘microfinance system’ of giving is a lot different from the number of other charities that I have given money to in the past. For me not seeing any results from my gifts did not encourage me to give more…

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ADHD Foundation

The ADHD Foundation works in partnership with individuals, families, doctors, teachers and other agencies to improve emotional well being, educational attainment, behaviour and life chances through better understanding and self-management of ADHD, ASD and related learning difficulties such as dyslexia, dyspraxia, Irlen’s Syndrome, dyscalculia and Tourette’s Syndrome…

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The Phoebe Research Fund

Ten year old Phoebe Crowson has Recessive Dystrophic Epidermolysis Bullosa (RDEB). This is a rare genetic inherited lifelong skin condition in which the skin is fragile and will blister and shear at the slightest touch which causes the equivalent to a third-degree burn…

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Sue Ryder

Sue Ryder supports people living with life-limiting and long-term conditions including brain injury, cancer, dementia, strokes, multiple sclerosis, Huntington’s disease, Parkinson’s disease and motor neuron disease. The doctors, nurses and carers give people the compassion and expert care they need to help them live the best life possible…

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