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Stars shine at Natural History Museum fundraiser

This week, famous faces from the world of television, music, entertainment and politics came together for an evening of fundraising at the first ever...

Emeli Sandé performs for Scotland’s young philanthropists

GLOBAL superstar Emeli Sandé performed to more than 1000 young people who were being recognised for the difference they have made to their communities...

New fund will support people who can’t afford HIV prevention drug PrEP

TERRENCE Higgins Trust, Britain’s leading HIV and sexual health charity, has announced it will launch a PrEP Access Fund this autumn to support people...

GroceryAid’s Impact Report shines light on working poor

This month GroceryAid published its first Impact Report revealing that employers have become the charity’s primary referrer – an important milestone as awareness in...

Former RAF wing commander appointed chief executive

A long-serving former senior Royal Air Force officer has been appointed the chief executive of Broughton House, the Salford home for ex-servicemen and women. Chris...

National hospital helipad charity appoints new chairman

MICHAEL Henriques, the former deputy chairman of Cheltenham Racecourse for 22 years and Jockey Club member, has been appointed Chairman of The County Air...

Pensioners urged to act now to avoid loneliness

A national military charity is urging pensioners who served in the RAF to act now to avoid future loneliness. The RAF Association, the charity that...

Majority oppose FGM in countries where practice persists

Approximately two-thirds of men, women, boys and girls in countries where female genital mutilation is common say they want the practice to end –...

£1.5m funding boost for grassroots football

Underrepresented groups in grassroots football will soon have more teams to play in. The FA are investing £1.5m into the Grow the Game scheme...

Report shows Government must not turn a blind eye to NCS failings

Ahead of the final stages of the National Citizen Service Bill tomorrow, Labour's Shadow Minister for Civil Society Steve Reed has warned the Government...
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