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easyfundraising.org.uk is a great way to raise money for charities, schools, sports clubs, community groups, and other good causes just by shopping online. You don’t pay anything extra. So far we’ve raised over £6 million for causes throughout the UK.

To view the poster that we got with the information in it "Click Here" in MS Word.

Therapy Directory www.therapy-directory.org.uk

What is alternative and complementary therapy?

Complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) is the term used to describe a variety of health care systems and practices which are currently not considered to be part of standard healthcare. Standard healthcare often referred to as 'conventional medicine' is that which is applied by medical doctors and their associated health professionals such as psychologists and registered nurses.

More specifically, complementary medicine is that which is used alongside conventional medicine and is aptly named as it is intended to 'complement' and enhance the standard healthcare treatment an individual is already receiving. For example, acupuncture is often used to ease the unpleasant side effects of breast cancer treatments such as hot flashes, nausea, vomiting and pain and the purpose of the treatment is not to cure the cancer but to improve its side effects.

Contrastingly, alternative medicine is that which is used in the place of conventional medicine and in many cases is used because other methods have proven unsuccessful. Choosing alternative therapy means deciding not to use conventional care and instead involves the sole use of an alternative therapy.

Integrative care is another approach which is often mentioned in the same spectrum as complementary and alternative healthcare. It offers complementary therapies and conventional treatments alongside one another, often delivered by a team of health professionals from both fields. For example in the case of cancer care, individuals may be offered complementary programs such as massage therapy as a way to help patients manage their stress and create an overall sense of well-being.

Definitions aside, no alternative or complementary healthcare practitioner will suggest that individuals cease or refuse standard medical treatment. Instead, what most practitioners are striving for is the development of a working relationship with an individuals doctor with the patients health and well-being as their shared primary goal.

CAF online

"Charities Aid Foundation"

CAF: Charities Aid Foundation

Helping donors and charities to be effective

We are a charity dedicated to getting the best for other charities and their donors. 

For over 80 years, we have found the most effective and efficient ways to connect donors to the causes that matter to them and for money to get where it’s needed.

For charities, we provide not only financial services and advice but also donation processing, freeing them up to concentrate on the real work of making a difference.

Making an impact in the charitable sector is what drives us. That's why we have spearheaded many of the changes that make the UK one of the best giving environments in the world.

For an overview of our work and services, case studies and in depth financial reporting as well as the independent auditors’ report, please download a copy of our annual report here. 

Want to know more? Visit the links below for more information on our: 

Hypnotherapy Directory

Hypnotherapy Directory


The purpose of the site is ultimately to provide the UK with a huge hypnotherapy support network, enabling those in distress to find a hypnotherapist close to them and appropriate for their needs. This is a free, confidential service that will provide those seeking support with all the information they need. Every hypnotherapist on the site who has submitted their profile has either sent a copy of their qualifications and insurance cover to us, or is registered with a professional body with recognised codes of ethics and practice, this way we can be assured of their professionalism.

Benefits and Work Disability Living Allowance (DLA), Employment and Support Allowance (ESA) or Incapacity Benefit (IB) claim or appeal?
If so, use our expert guides and give yourself the best possible chance of getting the right decision.
No matter whether it’s your first claim or you’ve been turned down before. We’ll warn you of the pitfalls, offer you expert tips and tactics and guide you through every part of this complex process. Don't lose out just because the system isn't fair.
DisabilityNow Online Disability Magazine
Able Magazine online Disability Magazine


Information on how to reclaim Bank Charges and more


uSwitch.com is an impartial switching service. It can help you find the best gas & electricity deals by matching your requirements to our comprehensive and accurate list of suppliers and plans.
It`s not just for
gas & electricity, it looks into other thing aswell.

The Geocaching Association of Great Britain

At Workwithus.org we actively help, advise and support over 700 charities and a range of public sector bodies, providing an invaluable range of specialist fundraising and marketing services.

We provide integrated solutions; training and advice that help organisations raise funds and communicate with their supporters online, and manage their operations more effectively

The Scottish Countryside Access Network

The Scottish Countryside Access Network brings together over 200 people who work across Scotland on outdoor access and related issues. A committee of representatives organises two national conferences every year on topical access issues. In addition SCAN organises occasional local workshops and other networking events.

Travel Line Scotland

Traveline Scotland website, where you can plan any public transport journey within Scotland and from Scotland to main points in the UK.

The Energy Saving Trust

The Energy Saving Trust is a non-profit organisation, funded both by government and the private sector. We are one of the UK's leading organisations set up to address the damaging effects of climate change and we have offices in England, Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales. Our aim is to cut emissions of carbon dioxide (CO2) by promoting the sustainable and efficient use of energy.

The Met Office

We are one of the world's leading providers of environmental and weather-related services. Our solutions and services meet the needs of many communities of interest... from the general public, government and schools, through broadcasters and online media, to civil aviation and almost every other industry sector - in the UK and around the world.

HowStuffWorks and the web

Just as the left hand text say`s this website hold information on how things work.


FunderFinder is a small UK charity producing software and other resources, mainly for grant-seekers. Some of the things we produce are free, some cost - though many people use the software we sell at no cost in a library or resource agency.

We specialise in information and advice about charitable trusts and foundations that fund in the UK. If you're not looking for charitable funding, or you're not based in the UK, this website may not be of much use to you. Also, you can't use this website to do a search for trusts that match your need; you need to use our software somewhere for that.

Some of what we do is aimed at those people looking for funding for an individual. Charitable funding for individuals can be for education (in its widest sense) or because of social need - poverty, disability, ill health etc.

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