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13. Give at least £10 to a different charity per month

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I’ve spent a lot of time procrastinating about which charities I’m going to give to over the coming year (I’m a sucker for the TV ads!) and after much deliberation, whilst realising I can’t be all things to all (wo)men, I have come up with this list – this is for two reasons: 1. to make me stick to it, and, 2. to take the pressure off as ‘the list’ (#40b440) is taking over my life a little!

So here goes…

May

June

July

recross anxietyuk dalailama
British Red Cross is a volunteer-led humanitarian organisation that helps people in crisis, whoever and wherever they are. The Nepal Earthquake Appeal will support communities currently affected and those potentially affected in the future by this crisis. Anxiety UK is a user-led mental health charity established in 1970 that provides direct support services (including psychological therapies) to individuals affected by a range of anxiety disorders. The charity undertakes a campaigning and awareness function; representing those with personal experience of anxiety in the UK. The Dalai Lama Trust was founded in 2009 by His Holiness the XIVth Dalai Lama. The Trust was established to support the advancement and welfare of the Tibetan people, the culture and heritage of the ancient civilization of Tibet, and the promotion of the deep rooted values associated with its culture and people.

August

September

October

me2club ageuk

dbarc

The Me2 Club Committee was formed in 2001 as a response to consultation. Parents of children with special needs were asked to identify the services they needed to improve the quality of their life and that of their child. Age UK is the leading organisation providing integrated health and wellbeing services for older people across Berkshire, a local independent charity and part of the Age UK brand.They provide a source of advice, information, support, companionship and enjoyment. The Diana Brimblecombe Animal Rescue Centre (DBARC), founded over 50 years ago, is a fantastic facility for the care of animals. It has grown into this due to the inspiration of Mrs Brimblecombe and due to the hard work, generosity and dedication of so very many people over the years.

November

December

January

http://www.britishlegion.org.uk/ cancerresearch redballoon
The Royal British Legion helps the whole Armed Forces community through welfare, comradeship and representation as well as being the Nation’s custodian of Remembrance. Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research. The charity has saved millions of lives by discovering new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer, and survival has doubled over the past 40 years. Red Balloon supports young people who self-exclude or are isolated at school because of bullying or other trauma. They provide an academic and therapeutic programme to enable our students to get back on track and reconnect with society.

February

March

April

biaag-logo headway youngminds
Plan’s Because I am a Girl campaign aims to support millions of girls to get the education, skills and support they need to transform their lives and the world around them. Headway promotes understanding of all aspects of brain injury and provide information, support and services to survivors, their families and carers. In addition, Headway will campaign to reduce the incidence of brain injury. YoungMinds is the UK’s leading charity committed to improving the emotional wellbeing and mental health of children and young people.
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