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  • Big Issue, The - How-to-do tick lists in the form of downloadable PDFs that help people in both the practical and very personal parts of their lives. Half the revenue generated by this website goes to The Big Issue to help people. more
  • Oxfam - Oxfam GB is a development, relief, and campaigning organisation dedicated to finding lasting solutions to poverty and suffering around the world. They believe that every human being is entitled to a life of dignity. more
  • RSPB - Royal Society for the Protection of Birds are a charity that already has over 1 million members in the UK. Memberships costs from as little as £30 a year for adults and, as well as helping protect the UK’s birds. more
  • Sight Savers - An international charity that works to prevent needless blindness and rehabilitate the blind in the developing world. For over 50 years, we have changed the lives of a great many people. more

  1. British Red Cross - Red Crescent Movement is the largest independent humanitarian network in the world, with more than 100 million members across the globe. One of the most active members of this movement. more
  2. Deafblind UK - National charity providing support services to, and campaigning on behalf of, deafblind adults and their carers. In the UK today an estimated 24,000 people are deafblind or dual sensory impaired.
  3. Mencap - Works to gain support, education, housing, jobs, and recreational opportunities for people with learning disabilities. Also offers supportive services to their families and care givers.
  4. Mind- Extensive collection of information about mental health and related topics. Mind is a national UK charity with many regional branches.
  5. N.E.D.D.I - The New European Distressed Donkey Initiative is a non-profit making company, limited by guarantee. Established in 1990 it offers care and safety to donkeys (and to a lesser degree, ponies) within Britain and Europe.
  6. RSPCA - UK society with the aim of preventing cruelty to animals was first formed. On the evening of the 16th June 1824, a number of distinguished people, including William Wilberforce, assembled at the 'Old Slaughters' Coffee House'.
  7. Sue Ryder - A charity which supports people with disabilities and life-shortening diseases, their families, carers and friends. Provides long-term and respite residential care. Well-known chain of charity shops.

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