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REGISTERING A CHARITY The Charity Commission have published a leaflet for those who are considering registering a charity. This document explains everything you need to know about registering a charity.
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Knitters urgently required for Charity Clowns Hope and Aid Direct need lots more knitted clowns to take on their regular convoys of aid to Kosovo. These are distributed to the poor children who have often never had a cuddly toy to love
Founded in 1999 Hope and Aid Direct is a 100% voluntary, humanitarian aid charity whose team members raise their own funds, obtain donations of aid, transport that aid in convoys of lorries twice a year, and give it out directly into the hands of the people who need it the most. The donations are made by the public, churches, clubs, schools and companies. The convoys often carry out humanitarian work whilst they are away. Hope and Aid Direct has been involved in projects such as rebuilding bombed schools, renovating orphanages, and delivering aid for third parties who would not be as welcome in some areas. Registered UK Charity No. 1077146
Nottingham Focus on Wellbeing helps services, groups and activities being decommissioned by the NHS and Local Authorities, to continue to survive in today's difficult climate. NFOW are creating a collaboration of like minded individuals and groups working together supporting the needs of the membership. The ultimate aim of NFOW is to promote recovery and wellness within the membership and the community.
Nottingham Focus on Wellbeing Aspley Community Centre Nottingham NG8 5PN Tel: 01158 37 44 95
FILMS THAT COUNT Providing a gateway and opportunity for humanitarian charities or NGO's (Non Government Organisations) along with those promoting human rights issues, to make their films available to a wider audience and to link with their web sites for those who would like more in-depth information.
This is a completely free service for filmmakers or charities with suitable humanitarian videos they want to promote.
Canterbury Horse Rescue is situated in Badlesmere, Faversham. Set amidst beautiful, unspoilt Kent Countryside, it boasts 23 acres of pasture and 19 stables with associated facilities to cater for the individual needs of every horse, mule, pony or donkey. With the help of our extensive network of field officers, every rescued animal takes on a new purposeful role, according to its assessed abilities. They may spend their days helping our NVQ training students or just happily grazing until their rehabilitation, into a new home. The Centre is supported entirely by income generated from "Friends of Canterbury Horse Rescue", NVQ training, annual subscriptions and a variety of Fund Raising events. More info here Phone 01233 740730