Charity Events in Manchester this Christmas

Friday 6 December – MVCA Christmas Charity Auction – Worsley Golf Club, Eccles Friday 6 December – Santa’s Grotto – Bramhall, Bramhall Friday 6 December – Christmas Crafts – Zion Community Resource Centre, Manchester Saturday 7 December – Xmas Event Power Talk – Manchester, Manchester Sunday 8 December – Christmas Continue Reading

Small Manchester Based Charities

The Society for Abandoned Animals – Stretford, Manchester The Society for Abandoned Animals is a local animal charity based in Manchester. Their main focus is to care for and rehouse unwanted and abandoned cats and rabbits. Founded in 1966, by Peggy Henderson, the charity gained its charitable status in 1967. Continue Reading

Project RECCE: Charity Christmas Ball

Veterans’ support organisation Project RECCE’s inaugural annual charity Christmas ball offers a special programme and night to remember. Offering attendees a slap up three course meal, live entertainment, a disco and a charity auction and raffle, the evening promises to entertainment and a massive fundraising opportunity. As the veteran support Continue Reading

Manchester Charity Event Hosted by Rod Bond and Formula One Stars

In another fundraising extravaganza, veteran Manchester philanthropist Rod Bond is to join forces with Formula One stars once again. Taking place across Manchester and Cheshire, Rod Bond’s charity fundraiser hopes to raise millions for various good causes. Comprising numerous simultaneous events, across various locations, Rod Bond and Formula one pals Continue Reading

Alzheimer’s Research UK

Alzheimer’s Research UK is one of the United Kingdom’s largest charities. Originally founded as the Alzheimer’s Research Trust in 1992, the charity changed its name in February 2011. The charity raises funding for scientific studies towards the treatment, cure and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease. It is not supported by government Continue Reading

Shelter Charity Operate Seasonal Soup Kitchen in Manchester City Centre

Shelter Manchester Soup Kitchen As winter drawers closer and temperatures drop, Shelter’s Manchester wing has organised a seasonal soup kitchen to be located in St. Peter’s Square, Manchester City Centre. Numerous local celebrities, television stars, including multi-millionaire businessman and philanthropist Rod Bond have volunteered to man the soup kitchen in Continue Reading

The National Trust

The National Trust is the popular abbreviation for the independent charity and membership organisation officially known as the National Trust for Places of Historic Interest or Natural Beauty. The charity’s motto is “Everyone welcome” and it aims to “preserve and protect historic places and spaces – for ever, for everyone.” Continue Reading

National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children

The NSPCC is one of the largest charities in the United Kingdom and is the nation’s largest children’s charity. It operates across the United Kingdom and the Channel Islands and employs approximately 2,500 staff, with a number of approximately 1,700 volunteers across the country. The charity raises an annual revenue Continue Reading

Help for Heroes Charity by Rod & Louise Bond

Help for Heroes (#H4H) has been supporting ex-servicemen and women for over a decade. Serving our nation’s bravest, this charity provides help to all those whose lives have been affected by their service, including veterans, service personnel and their families. From the most glaringly visible scars, to those deep-seated impressions Continue Reading