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Dansicality would like to thank the all our dancers, parents and families for your continued support of each charity Dansicality chooses to support. There are a few we would like to mention specially for giving your time, thought and skills to add to any funds Dansicality manages to raise. Many thanks to the Lam family for your kind donations every show you are amazing!

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Kidscape - March 2016

Our philosophy
Since 1985, we have worked tirelessly to promote the anti-bullying message and shine a spotlight on child protection issues.

We believe that all children should be able to grow up in a world free from bullying and abuse, and that all adults should keep children safe and help them to reach their full potential.

Our mission is to ensure children live in a safe and nurturing environment. By providing training, support and advice to children, parents, schools and those in professional contact with young people, we enable them to gain knowledge and develop the confidence and skills to challenge abuse and bullying in all its forms.

Our values are based on the following beliefs.
  • All children have the right to lead their lives free from bullying and abuse.
  • All adults have a responsibility to support, nurture and care for children to enable them to reach their full potential.
  • All children should have the opportunity and confidence to report bullying and abuse.
  • Bullying and abuse in all forms is not acceptable and should not be tolerated.
  • Children, confidentiality and trust are at the heart of everything we do.
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Stroke Association - December 2015

Our vision
Our vision is for a world where there are fewer strokes and all those touched by stroke get the help they need.

Our mission
Our mission is to prevent strokes and achieve life after stroke through providing services, campaigning, education and research.

Our values
Our five key values are:
  1. Professionalism – we have the credibility and drive to deliver against expectations.
  2. Passion – we are passionate about the cause we represent and the importance of improving the lives of people affected by stroke.
  3. Innovation – we provide solutions, innovate and are driven to do the right thing.
  4. Respect and openness – we demonstrate integrity and respect in everything we do and are open-minded, inclusive and approachable.
  5. Working together - we seek to build successful partnerships in pursuit of common goals.
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Meadow House Hospice - December 2014


Ealing Hospital NHS Trust is responsible for providing NHS services in the Ealing, Brent and Harrow community areas(and Hounslow for SPCS).
Meadow House Hospice will deliver a high quality community health service by promoting excellence in service provision, improving patient experience, reducing health inequalities and promoting well-being and independence. The service will continue to deliver added public value.   

  • Care and respect for the people we serve
  • Willingness to listen to peoples needs
  • Commitment to professional development and being a good employer
  • Partnership with all organisations that contribute to health and wellbeing 
  • Flexibility, collaboration and mutual support
  • Energy and creativity     
The underlying objectives are the improvement of health, the reduction of inequalities and the improvement of service quality. Particular challenges lie in: responding to the demands of a diverse and mobile population, offering consistently high standards of primary care, developing flexible and sensitive options for the management of long-term conditions, and reducing reliance on acute provision. Achieving all these objectives requires a sophisticated approach to commissioning, which recognises the importance of partnership and collaboration as well as the benefits of competition and choice.
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The Brain Tumour Charity - March 2014

The work we do

The Brain Tumour Charity is the UK’s largest dedicated brain tumour charity, committed to fighting brain tumours on all fronts. We fund scientific and clinical research into brain tumours and offer support and information to those affected, whilst raising awareness and influencing policy.

Our aim is to improve understanding, diagnosis and treatment of brain tumours.

The Brain Tumour Charity is the result of the merger of The Brain Tumour Charity (formerly Samantha Dickson Brain Tumour Trust), Brain Tumour UK and The Joseph Foote Trust. Our work is inspired by Samantha and Joseph, who sadly lost their lives to a brain tumour, and every person who has been affected.
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Lola's Journey - December 2013

Lola's Journey is a family and friends run charity raising funds for Lola Stockdale to have Stem Cell Therapy to help her combat her Cerebral Palsy. Our first goal is to raise funds for Lola to receive Stem Cell Therapy and to provide all that is required to make her life as comfortable and as enjoyable as is possible. Please do not think this is our only goal as the more we raise the more we can help others who are just like Lola. Although we are a new charity we plan to be around forever and to grow as big as we possibly can, and with your help we whole heartedly believe that the sky is the limit.
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Sands - Stillbirth and Neonatal Death - March 2013

Sands is an organisation which can offer you support when your baby dies during pregnancy or after birth. The death of a baby is a devastating experience. The effects of grief can be overwhelming and parents, their families and friends can be left feeling dazed, disorientated, isolated and exhausted. It can be hard to take in information, to make decisions or to imagine how you are going to cope. At Sands there are people who understand what it's like because many of us have been through this experience ourselves, and we are here to help offer support and information when you need.

Sands is a national charity, established by bereaved parents in 1981.

We have 3 core aims which are to:
  • Support anyone affected by the death of a baby;
    • To work in partnership with health professionals to improve the quality of care and services offered to bereaved families; and
    • To promote research and changes in practice that could help to reduce the loss of babies' lives
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Princess Alice Hospice - December 2012

Princess Alice Hospice is a charity which provides all patient care and support free of charge. We give outstanding end of life care to adult patients and support to their families and friends across a large part of Surrey, south west London and Middlesex.

As a leading UK Hospice, learning, teaching and research are also central to our work, and we deliver innovative care programmes to both local and national audiences.

Fundraising and community support are crucially important to our continued work as a charity and in supplementing our modest NHS grant.

Patients are referred to the Hospice by GPs and Hospitals including Epsom and St Helier, Ashford and St Peters, Kingston and The Royal Marsden.

Our Mission:
Princess Alice Hospice is here to provide free, holistic palliative care for patients with advanced illness and those approaching the end of their lives. We aim to enable all patients to have the best possible quality to the end, responding quickly to their needs and wishes.
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Three Wings Trust - March 2012

Work locally in Richmond and Hounslow with children with range of additional needs such as autism, Down’s Syndrome, Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and learning difficulties. The Three Wings Trust run after school clubs, creative activities and summer camps and also provide individual befriending. They take an inclusive approach so that any young person with additional needs can participate and where possible we also include their brothers and sisters. The charity work with families and provides respite for parents, advice on schooling and transitions, learning around developmental play and working with challenging behaviour. We hear from our families just how much our work means to them with comments such as ‘this club has been a life-saver!’ which they have been told recently.
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Multiple System Atrophy Trust - Dec 2011

  • MSA is a progressive neurological disorder
  • MSA affects movement, co-ordination, and automatic body functions
  • At present no known cure exists

  • Research the condition to move closer to a cure
  • Offer information and education
  • Support to all those who have contracted MSA
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Great Ormond Street Hospital - Feb 2011

Great Ormond Street Hospital is full of remarkable children whose bravery touches everyone. With the help of supporters, we help keep the magic alive for thousands of children who need our help every year. We face an incredible task – to raise over £50 million every year.
The charity exists to support Great Ormond Street Hospital so that it can remain at the forefront of international paediatric medicine and continue to offer specialist, world-class care to thousands of patients every year.
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The Salvation Army - Nov 2010

The Salvation Army is one of the largest, most diverse providers of social services in the UK after the Government. Founded in East London in 1865. As a church and registered charity, they demonstrate their Christian principles through social welfare provision. Worldwide there are over 1.6million members, with programmes including homeless centres, drug rehabilitation centres, schools, hospitals and medical centres, as well as nearly 16,000 church and community centres. The work of The Salvation Army is funded through donations from its members, the general public and, where appropriate, local authority and government grants.

The Alison Luke Research Fund - Dec 2009

The fund was established eleven years ago at the Royal Marsden Hospital in memory of Alison Luke. Alison was Vickie's elder sister and was diagnosed with Thyroid Cancer when she was 12 1/2 years old. With support from the wonderful team at the Royal Marsden she was able to lead a relatively normal life between operations and treatment. However, in spite of her fighting spirit she developed secondaries and died in October 1998 aged 25.
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Born Too Soon - Nov 2008

Born Too Soon is a registered charity established in 1985 by parents and staff to offer support to parents who had a baby or babies being cared for on the Neonatal Unit at Kingston Hospital NHS Trust. It is an amazing fact that 10 percent of all babies born require some form of care on a Neonatal Unit.