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The Day Of The Girl Is A Reminder To Redouble Our Efforts To Keep Girls In School And Out Of Child Marriage
Alice with Faith (not her real name), one of the girls she mentors and supports to go to school. Photo: Eliza Powell/Camfed
Right now, there is a mental health crisis among children and young people in the UK. According to new polling by HuffPost
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I was privileged to attend the summer ball held at Grosvenor House by Care After Combat, a wonderful charity which helps
The donations were as varied as they were generous. One Muslim-led charity estimated its work over last Ramadan to have helped at least one million people. Other efforts helped those suffering drought in Somaliland and conflict in Syria. There were also local, community focused acts, including soup kitchens for the homeless and aid for those affected by last year's floods in Carlisle.
Whether you're inspired to wear a Christmas jumper, take part in a charity bake off, buy charity Christmas cards, give your
Support Refuge's Wish Of Giving A Gift To All Women And Children Fleeing Domestic Violence This Christmas
The wishes made by the women and children Refuge supports are quite different. Women might wish they could wake up safe in their own home. Children might wish they didn't have to leave their school, their friends or their beloved pet to go into a refuge; or that their mum would stop blaming herself for the abuse she has experienced.
As we approach the end of 2016 and we begin to look back over the past twelve months, it can certainly feel like this year's been a particularly tough one.
Rough sleeping, as with homelessness in general, is a particular problem in London. According to the Combined Homelessness and Information Network (CHAIN) database 8,096 people slept rough at some point in London during 2015/16, an increase of 7% compared to 2014/15.
This Christmas, instead of buying those extra gifts for yourself, why not put your money towards improving the lives of these vulnerable people? Here are a list of five charities in need of your help this Christmas.