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Boxing charity helps over 600 young people in the South West and Wales during lockdown

As the UK gradually comes out of lockdown, Empire Fighting Chance has continued to punch above its weight throughout the pandemic, supporting 636 young people with...

Vulnerable children missing out on vital support due to COVID-19

Lockdown has isolated vulnerable children and young people from services and means they are missing out on vital support, Barnardo's frontline workers say. In the...

Macular Society achieves nationally-recognised quality standard for patient information

LEADING sight loss charity the Macular Society has joined an elite band of organisations by receiving accreditation from the Patient Information Forum (PIF) for...

Milwaukee postcard amongst 400 received by Sheffield charity’s popular pen pal scheme

A pen pal postcard that's winged its way nearly 4,000 miles around the globe is amongst hundreds received by one of Sheffield's leading older...

Charity poster boy gains recognition from the Queen

A fundraiser for the Rotherham Hospital and Community Charity has received the royal seal of approval from the Queen. Mick Britton, of Woodlaithes, Rotherham, is...

A hero is for life, not just for lockdown

SINCE launching their ‘Be a Rockinghorse Hero’ campaign in March, Rockinghorse Children’s Charity has had some wonderful support but it’s important to remember that...

Peter Andre drops in for video call with children’s hospice

PETER Andre was planning to visit Chestnut Tree House during Children’s Hospice Week (22-28 June), but sadly that wasn’t possible. So instead, he dropped...

Seafarers Hospital Society extends mental health support in response to COVID-19

The Seafarers Hospital Society (SHS) has renewed its contract with Big White Wall for another year, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This is one...

New Urban Garden planned for Birmingham Botanical Gardens

PEOPLE wanting to try gardening for the first time or makeover their small outdoor spaces will be able to find inspiration at the Birmingham...

Local inequalities highlighted in new report

A new research report published by local grant-making charity Hertfordshire Community Foundation (HCF) identifies some of the key challenges facing Hertfordshire residents and highlights...

Deaf 11-year-old and his MP ask Boris Johnson for see-through face masks

An 11-year-old deaf boy has written to Prime Minister Boris Johnson asking him to introduce see-through face masks across the country. Austin Goddard, 11, from...

Children’s Hospice Week reveals incredible work done in the face of COVID-19 pandemic  

CHILDREN'S Hospice Week 2020 is taking place this week between 22 and 28 June to celebrate and raise vital funds for the 54 children's hospices across...
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One million bereaved – Marie Curie announces plans for a day to reflect on 23 March 2021

WITH the news that there have been more than 204,209 UK deaths, equating to one million people bereaved since lockdown started, end of life...

People with neurological conditions have missed out on vital treatment and support

In a recent survey of more than 1600 people with neurological conditions, over 7 in 10 respondents said they had experienced delays to their...

Hestia crowned Charity Today Awards’ Health & Social Care Award winners

CRISIS charity Hestia, a housing and support charity, is the first of our finalists to win one of this year’s ten Charity Today Award...
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