The National Autistic Society
London Air Ambulance
London's Air ambulance (LAA) provides senior medical care to the victims of London's most serious incidents, ranging from road accidents and falls to shootings and stabbings. Each team consists of a specially trained trauma doctor, who can deliver life-saving procedures normally only found in hospitals, as well as a trained paramedic.
The charity, whilst part funded by contributions from corporate sponsors, is also dependent on donations from the general public. Based at the Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel, London E1, the LAA serves the 10 million people living, working and commuting within London. LAA's invaluable service has also been involved in responding to a number of London's major incidents including the Paddington Rail Crash and the July 7th terrorist attacks.
Camp Mohawk is a multi-functional day centre for children with special needs, set in beautiful countryside just outside Wargrave, Berkshire. Throughout the year the centre provides a range of activities, facilities and natural space to encourage children with a variety of special needs to play, socialise and learn in a secure, caring and non-judgemental environment.