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Help for Heros – Charity of the month (July)

Help for HeroesHelp for heros was launched on 1 Oct 2007 by Bryn and Emma Parry and a group of friends to support the wounded in the current conflicts in Afghanistan and Iraq. It is a registered charity.

Over a million people have responded to their requests to date and millions of pounds have been raised to buy much needed services. To read more about the founders and why they set up the charity click here.

To donate click here.

The Law Centres Federation – Charity of the month (June)

Law Centres Federation

My charity of the month for June is the Law Centres Federation, which may not be an organisation you have ever heard of.  However no doubt you will have heard of Law Centres.  Some of you may have used one.  The Law Centres Federation is the organisation which supports and promotes them. Law Centres areContinue Reading

Unlock – charity of the month (May)

Unlock - help for ex offenders

My charity of the month for May is the ex offenders charity Unlock.  Often ex offenders find it hard to lead a normal life when they come out of prison with every mans hand against them.  Unlock is there for them.  Its current objectives include : Improved access to bank accounts, insurance and financial capabilityContinue Reading

Amnesty International – Charity of the month (April)

Amnesty International

Amnesty International are a campaigning organisation, whose purpose is to protect people wherever justice, fairness, freedom and truth are denied. Current campaigns campaigns are Stop Violence Against Women and Terrorism, Security and Human Rights. See all the campaigns here. If you want to help, for example by donating or volunteering, click here. To read theContinue Reading

Crisis – Charity of the month (March 2010)

Crisis - supporting homeless single people

Crisis is the national charity for single homeless people. They are dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change. Services include : employment services help get more single homeless people back into meaningful, sustainable employment education through training and employment centres, offering practical and creative workshops in a supportive and inspiringContinue Reading

ActionAid Sponsor a child – Charity of the month (February 1010)

actionaid logo

ActionAid, the charity dedicated to fighting poverty has a sponsor a child scheme, which is part of their program of working with local communities. When you sponsor a child, in reality you are supporting the local community in which that child lives.  However you are giving information about the child and can write to himContinue Reading

Nightstop (Greenwich and Lewisham) – Charity of the month (January 2010)


Greenwich and Lewisham Nightstop is committed to challenging youth homelessness. The project tackles homelessness in two ways; firstly by providing emergency accommodation for young homeless people in the homes of volunteers on a one-night-at-a-time basis; secondly by challenging homelessness proactively through an education and outreach programme. The web-site has a video with more information aboutContinue Reading

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