Charity Fraud on the Rise during Pandemic

Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, charities have reported being victims of fraud and cybercrime six hundred and forty-five times. According to the Charity Commission, this uptick in fraudulent activity targeting charities has resulted in losses of around £4 million. A fortnight ago, during Charity Fraud Awareness Week, the Continue Reading

The Biggest UK Children’s Charities

Save the Children Save the Children International is one of the world’s largest children’s charities. Its UK arm, Save the Children UK is one of the country’s largest children’s charities, generating an income of around four hundred million pounds. Barnardo’s Over the course of the last decade, Barnardo’s has been Continue Reading

Former Nurse’s 102nd Birthday Charity Walk

102-year-old former nurse has completed her 102nd charity walk on her 102nd birthday. During the coronavirus lockdown, retired nurse Joan Rich set herself the goal of marking her milestone by completing a charity fundraising challenge. The goal was to complete one hundred and two laps of her local park on Continue Reading

Unicef: Save Generation Covid

Describing the coronavirus pandemic as the biggest global crisis for children since World War Two, Unicef has warned six thousand children could die daily. Weakening national health systems and disrupting vital services, the global pandemic has left the lives of countless children already affected. Places where health infrastructure is damaged, Continue Reading

The Langford Trust for Animal Health and Welfare

The Langford Trust for Animal Health and Welfare is a registered charity that is based in the Department of Clinical Veterinary Science in the University of Bristol’s Veterinary School at Langford, near Bristol. The charity works towards relieving suffering and furthering animal welfare. The Langford Trust for Animal Health and Continue Reading

How to Help People in Lebanon: Charities You Can Donate to for the Support of People Affected by Beirut Explosion

Earlier in August, an explosion occurred in Beirut, Lebanon that devasted the city and killed at least 200 people and injured around 5,000 others. The blast, caused by unsafely stored ammonium nitrate, sent a mushroom cloud into the air over the Lebanese capital city of Beirut and shockwaves from the Continue Reading

Rod Bond Formula One Trust Supported by the Stars

Established just over a month ago, the Rod Bond Formula One Trust charity was founded to support British motorsport. Led by Hollywood A-list actor Roderick Bond, numerous stars have lined up to support the cause. Following an initial substantial contribution by the founder, other doyens from the world of cinema Continue Reading

The Royal Osteoporosis Society

The Royal Osteoporosis Society is a charity dedicated to ending the pain and hardship caused by osteoporosis. It is the only UK-wide charity that is solely devoted to osteoporosis and promoting healthy bones for all. What is Osteoporosis? Osteoporosis is a condition which causes your bones to lose strength, making Continue Reading

Where Next: A Charity Nurturing Potential

Where Next is a local charity based in Redditch that provides support to individuals with moderate and severe learning disabilities to enable them to reach their full potential. The Where Next charity was established in 1984 with the aim of offering work experience, life skills and social opportunities to people Continue Reading

Cystic Fibrosis Holiday Fund

The Cystic Fibrosis Holiday Fund is a national fund that purports to provide children with Cystic Fibrosis and their families with an opportunity to spend quality time together. The national charity fund provides support and funding towards family holidays, breaks and outings for those with Cystic Fibrosis up to the Continue Reading