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Tuesday, 24 November 2020

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Formerly homeless Stoke man says charity volunteering helped battle with drug addiction

THIS International Volunteer Day (5 December), a Stoke-on-Trent man is thanking Hanley-based charity Emmaus North Staffs for helping him battle drug addiction and move...

Fighting hunger during lockdown 2.0 in partnership with Talbot Village Trust

POOLE Waste Not Want Not (PWNWN), a food charity located in the town centre, has supported low-income families throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, by providing...

‘Angels in disguise’ Roaming Nurse Service vital for end of life patients

Over 600 terminally-ill patients in Derbyshire have received vital end of life care at home from a new nursing service launched by Treetops Hospice...

Charities collaborate on new memorial garden at Rotherham Hospital

The memory of loved ones who have sadly died will live on thanks a new memorial garden currently being built at Rotherham Hospital. After months...

Gift Aid – The half billion-pound fund for Charities

Paul Butterworth writes LET'S fast forward to the new Chancellor’s first Budget speech. Amongst the inevitable headline-intended spending increases, below the radar tax rises and...
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Young carer gets a super track day to remember with Patrice Evra

It's not often a top football star turns up on your doorstep and reveals you're being whisked away for a super track day –...

New discovery shows that brain protein could be starting point for new treatments for pancreatic cancer

A researcher in the US part-funded by the Scottish cancer research charity, Worldwide Cancer Research, has found a protein in the brain that plays...

Thankful Edinburgh mum backs Sick Kids Christmas Appeal

An Edinburgh mum whose son has been in hospital at Christmas time every year since he was born is supporting a charity appeal to...
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