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Soccer Aid will be played behind closed doors this year in September

SOCCER Aid for Unicef has announced that the world’s biggest charity football match will take place this September at Old Trafford, the home of...

‘Holy Grail’ discovery to prevent disability in multiple sclerosis

A research programme spanning over a decade has discovered a 'Holy Grail' molecular target to protect nerves from damage in multiple sclerosis (MS). The paper,...

A new lifesaving vehicle launched in the middle of COVID-19

A new lifesaving 4x4 vehicle has been launched! Arrive Alive funds vital lifesaving vehicles and equipment for Community First Responder groups (CFR's) who attend life-threatening...

Meningitis Now provide accessibility & language support online

RECOGNISING that meningitis doesn’t discriminate and that there are real inequalities in access to vaccines and disease information in the UK, made the decision...

NEW celebration of gardens launched by Mary Berry to support nursing charities

MARY Berry, President of the National Garden Scheme is launching a major event that will celebrate the importance that everyone’s gardens have acquired during...

City Corporation thanks ‘invaluable’ volunteers maintaining London’s green spaces

An overwhelming number of volunteers flocked to open spaces across the capital to help out during the COVID-19 outbreak, says the City of London...

Support charity and bid on a chance to have tea with Joanna Lumley OBE

THE Gurkha Welfare Trust is giving people the chance to bid on a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to share afternoon tea with actress and national treasure...

British Armed Forces Charity launch nationwide concert of care homes

THE Not Forgotten, a British Armed Forces charity which supports serving and ex-servicemen and women is delighted to announce the launch of ‘Those Not...

‘Life-changing’ support for girls in abusive relationships with gang members

A women's aid charity facing a surge in cases of young girls exploited by gang members can offer 'life-changing' support thanks to new funding. Havering...

Better memory and thinking found to protect against later decline

A team of US researchers have found that those with better memory and thinking in later life are less likely to develop problems a...

The Harlequins Foundation’s Rugby Satellite Clubs Go Virtual

THANKS to funding from London Sport, The Harlequins Foundation have been able to take their satellite clubs online, ensuring young people are able to...

Sustainability Centre leads the way with green retrofit recovery in the South East

EARTHWORKS Trust, an environmental education charity based in Hampshire, is leading by example as it presses ahead with an ambitious £1.25 million eco-refurbishment of...
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Million-pound conservation project to recreate habitat for “ocean superheroes” around UK coast

INTERNATIONAL conservation charity ZSL (Zoological Society of London) along with partners Blue Marine Foundation (BLUE) and British Marine are celebrating a win for wildlife...

Beirut blast threatens to disrupt food imports to Lebanon

FOLLOWING the massive explosion in at Beirut's port yesterday which has killed at least 100 people and injured some 4,000, Christian Aid - which...

Landmark £10m housing fund to tackle shortage of quality housing for people with learning disabilities

NATIONAL charity United Response will this year draw from a landmark £10m social investment fund to help tackle the acute shortage of good quality...
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