Friday, 24 May 2019

The real cost of cute: Battersea’s French Bulldog intake soars

FIGHTING for breath, with sore ears, infected skin and frequent vomiting, Piccalilli underwent hours of painstaking veterinary treatment at Battersea Dogs & Cats Home. Reading...

International mental health expert praises work of Northumberland-based charity

A local charity has been praised for its innovative day services by a leading international authority on mental health on a recent visit to...

Mayhew supporters raise funds to replace stolen animal ambulance

In August last year, one of Mayhew’s vital animal ambulances was sadly stolen and was never returned to them or reported as found. But this...

Former player to host festival to thank the rugby community

The inaugural Hearts and Balls Festival, which will take place in Glasgow’s West End on Saturday 23 June, is all down to Jim Taylor MBE,...

‘Human rights scandal’ – disability charity responds to CQC report

National disability charity, Sense, is calling on the Government to urgently review the restraint, seclusion or long term segregation of people with learning disabilities...

Charity Commission welcomes NAO report commending regulator’s significant progress and improvements

The Charity Commission, the regulator for charities in England and Wales, today welcomed a report from the National Audit Office (NAO) that recognises the progress it...

Tributes paid to ‘true humanitarian’ Owess Munir who died in crash

A respected young charity worker has been killed in a car crash in south Manchester. Humanitarian charity Islamic Relief received the devastating news on Monday...

Leading charity calls for government to confirm plans for dementia research

Alzheimer's Research UK, the UK’s leading dementia research charity, has called for the new government to renew its commitment to funding research into the...

Charity Today proud to once again support Big Chocolate Tea!

On your marks, get set, get chocola-tea! Big Chocolate Tea is back and both The Sick Children’s Trust and Charity Today News are asking...

Diabetes patient backing hospital charity’s campaign

A diabetes patient is encouraging donations to the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham (QEHB) Charity's diabetes fund during diabetes week, which takes place in June. Richard...

Join Shooting Star Children’s Hospices’ for their brightest event of the year this June

Leading local children’s hospice charity, Shooting Star Children’s Hospices are encouraging people to come together and shine bright at the Sunrise Walk to support...

Team 10 and their stories behind the Great Manchester Run 2019

10th BIRTHDAY celebrations kicked off in style at the weekend when a band of runners joined together for Team 10 at the Great Manchester...

Dining4Dementia initiative launched during Dementia Action Week

To herald Alzheimer's Society's Dementia Action Week, which starts today, restaurant chains across England and Wales came together, for the very first time, for...

ZSL raises over £375,000 to put a stop to wildlife crime

More than one million pangolins – the world’s only scaly mammals – have been illegally traded in the last 15 years, while the poaching...

Pension Credit changes will take money away from those who need it most

On 15 May, the Government started making it harder for couples to claim Pension Credit and Parkinson's UK estimate it could impact on hundreds...
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