Charities




Changing Faces supports and represents people who have disfigurements of the face or body from any cause.





Cleft - Bridging the gap aims to improve the care of patients with cleft lip and palate in the UK and overseas.




Comprehensive Rehabilitation Services in Uganda is a charity providing medical and surgical treatment for children and adults with disabilities in Uganda.


The Face Trust is a charity that has been set up to fund
continuing research and surgical treatment for people with severe facial injuries. It supports the UK face transplant team.




Facing Africa - Noma is focused on treating Noma (cancrum oris). It is an acute and ravaging gangrenous infection affecting the face.






Facing the World is a children's charity. It was set up by some of the UK's leading craniofacial surgeons so that children in desperate need, living without hope, in the world's poorest countries can have access to the very best surgery to transform their faces and radically change their futures.


Operation Smile is a charity that provides free surgery to repair cleft lips, cleft palates and other facial deformities for children around the globe.

RAFT (Restoration of Appearance and Function Trust) is a charity carrying out pioneering research into practical and affordable ways to save and repair skin.
Resurge Africa (formerly Ghana Plastic Surgery) is establishing reconstructive surgery and burns provision in West Africa.




The Healing Foundation is a national fundraising charity championing the cause of people living with disfigurement and visible loss of function, by funding research into pioneering surgical and psychological healing techniques. Through research, we also raise awareness about the cause and provide information about the sources of support.

The Smile Train mission is focused on solving a single problem: cleft lip and palate.