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Liverpool-based musician Cal Ruddy performs from home for UK Charity Week

CHARITIES taking part in this year’s UK Charity Week have received a special performance from one of the campaign’s ambassadors. Musician, Cal Ruddy, recorded the...

Bringing support to life – charity ScotsCare launches short films collection

LONDON charity ScotsCare has launched a range of short films, bringing to life the different ways their services improve the lives of clients. From...

Charity urges people to support local causes and businesses this Christmas

A Northumberland based mental health and learning disability charity is urging people to support local businesses and charities in the lead up to Christmas. Despite...

Warwickshire firm’s recruitment drive is a step ahead of the rest

POTENTIAL recruits looking for a 'shoe-in' at a job-creating online property letting agency would be advised to do just that – take an extra...

Primary school offers Hand of Friendship to Adults with Learning Disabilities

CABRINI House, based in Orpington, a residential home for 23 adults with learning disabilities is run by the charity Diagrama. During the pandemic safely...

BLG Mind launches user-friendly and innovative new website

WITH COVID-19 creating an unprecedented rise in local residents seeking support for mental health issues, as well as increasing isolation for many people living...

Christmas without family tops concerns for Samaritans callers

CHRISTMAS will be a tough time for some even without a global pandemic to deal with, say Samaritans, as the charity’s latest research shows...

Lord-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire donates winter fuel payment to charity

The Lord-Lieutenant of Hertfordshire has pledged his support to the Hertfordshire Surviving Winter appeal by donating his winter fuel payment. Mr Robert Voss CBE is backing the...

The sky’s the limit for ex-RAF technician turned author

INSPIRED by his daughters, former Royal Air Force Weapons Technician Brian Taylor has put pen to paper and written his second children's book to...

Leeds Freemasons answer call to bring festive cheer to city’s children’s charities

FREEMASONS from across Leeds have answered a call to ensure hundreds of children across the city will receive at least one present this festive...

144 pairs of wellies laid out to show puddles are for splashing in, not for drinking

WATERAID laid a striking tribute of 144 pairs of brightly coloured wellington boots in the garden of London's Victoria and Albert Museum this week...

Older population concerned they won’t see friends and family this Christmas

AGE UK North, South & West Dorset calls for vital donations so it can be there for those who have no one to turn...
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People with Parkinson’s lose 2.5 hours every day as medication fails to control symptoms

PEOPLE with Parkinson's are losing an average of two and a half hours a day to debilitating symptoms when their medication wears off, a...

VIDEO | UK Charity Week makes Embrace’s single its campaign theme tune

A charity single, written in lockdown to raise money for Embrace Child Victims of Crime, has been adopted by UK Charity Week 2020 as...

Dementia UK Launches ‘Only together’ campaign

'Only together,' the charity's first-ever influencing campaign, highlights the low level of specialist support currently available to families affected by dementia, and how access to quality care could...
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