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New guide launched to help community organisations diversify and future-proof their volunteer base

THE Centre for Ageing Better has launched a new guide to help voluntary organisations support and engage over-50s volunteers, including those who typically face...

‘Inspirational’ charity founder included in UK influential disabled people list

A Royston woman who has a 'superhuman level of determination' has been included in a list of the most influential disabled people in the...

One in four deaf children’s teachers are wearing face masks in class despite Government advice

ONE in four deaf children across the UK could struggle at school because their teachers are wearing face masks or coverings in class, new...

Report of families crushed under pandemic pressure while caring for a life-threatened child

The immense pressures on families caring for a life-threatened or terminally ill child during the COVID-19 pandemic are revealed in a new report launching...

£2m funding to support communities re-imagine a future against backdrop of COVID-19

MORE than 50 community organisations across the UK have received a share of more than £2million in funding from The National Lottery Community Fund...

People with Parkinson’s still face avoidable and ‘frightening’ hospital experience as vital medication is missed

MEDICATION is a lifeline for people with Parkinson's. However for thousands each year, the reality of going to hospital remains frightening and unsafe as...

Coalition calls on Chancellor to make the £20 a week increase to Universal Credit permanent

OVER 50 signatories representing leading organisations across the United Kingdom have come together in a joint letter to call on the Chancellor to make...

Coalition of children’s charities win recognition for work to end physical punishment of children

A campaign by three children's charities which led to Scotland becoming the first country in the UK to end physical punishment of children in...

Charity on a mission to prevent 1,074,000 rabies deaths by 2030

MISSION Rabies, the charity dedicated to eliminating Rabies worldwide, has announced its new campaign "The Final Rabies Generation" that will launch on Monday 28th...

Alzheimer Scotland launches UK’s first virtual dementia resource centre

ALZHEIMER Scotland, the country's national dementia charity, has announced the launch of the pioneering Alzheimer Scotland Virtual Resource Centre which will provide a digital...

Over 88,000 students may be problem gamblers, warns charity as universities return

THE Young Gamers and Gamblers Education Trust (YGAM) has warned that the drastic change to student life this year could increase the risk of...

Cancer patients to benefit from pioneering CyberKnife radiotherapy

THE Royal Marsden Cancer Charity has funded a brand-new state of the art CyberKnife treatment unit, the first model of its kind in the...
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VIDEO | National Poppy Appeals declare a state of emergency

ONE of the UK's most symbolic fundraising initiatives, the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal and the Scottish Poppy Appeal is facing an unprecedented crisis...

The Duke of Cambridge lays foundation stone for state-of-the-art cancer research and treatment facility

THE Duke of Cambridge today attended a groundbreaking ceremony to mark the start of building works for The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust’s Oak...

Heart Heroes celebrated by star-studded attendees at virtual charity awards event

THE British Heart Foundation (BHF) tonight celebrated inspirational ‘Heart Heroes’ who have shown courage, resilience, compassion and bravery in the face of debilitating heart...
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