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RUNNING FOR CHARITY

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b-eat

B-eat is an eating disorder charity who aim to change the way in which people think about eating disorder and challenge the stigmas surrounding them. Over 750,000 men and women suffer from eating disorders in the UK alone and B-eat aims to help as many people who suffer from them as possible. They also raise money to improve the ways that treatment and support is provided across the country.

Mercy corps

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Scotland's largest International Non-Governmental Organisation (INGO), Mercy Corps is powered by a shared belief that a better world is possible. With our European Headquarters based in Edinburgh, we help people recover and rebuild from crisis in more than 40 countries.

In the past year, we have reached 30 million people world-wide with the help our supporters. We helped: Parents feed their children; Families grow more food; Young people gain employment; Communities recover after disaster; People start or expand their businesses

From Nepal to Niger, Sudan to Syria, Uganda to Ukraine – Mercy Corps gives families a hand up, not just a hand out. Join us!

Nightline

Nightline is an anonymous & confidential support and information service run especially for students in Edinburgh. Nightline's volunteers are there simply to listen, never to judge, and can also provide you with information such as phone numbers, exam times or locations of doctors surgeries.

Between 8pm and 8am every night of semester, you can call them on 0131 557 4444 or chat with them online at: http://ednightline.com/instant-messenger/

Edinburgh young carers

Edinburgh Young Carers Project works with young people aged 5 to 20 years old who care for or are affected by someone else at home - usually a parent or sibling.

They aim to make a positive difference in the lives and futures of young carers through support, information, respite and personal development and training.

We are extremely proud to be supporting Edinburgh Young Carers this year, and will strive to promote their incredible work in the young carers' community across Edinburgh.

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