Our imagination is a gift

Imagination is a gift

We’re told from the Dickens’s Victorian Christmas tale that sometimes even the most unlikely of donators make the biggest change. If there’s one thing we’ve learnt from Scrooge and Tiny Tim, is despite institution donations, from churches, councils and schools, the biggest impact comes from the community, our neighbours and friends.

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Drowning Morals

Drowning morals of the animal world

There are so many charities to support, it’s a case of picking a cause you’re passionate about and tell others of the opportunities out there

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Why we love fundraising (And you should too!)

Why We Love Fundraising - Givey

Have you ever thought why it’s important to you, to be on the fundraising bandwagon? Well that is one thought I definitely had myself recently. So I am going to share some of my own ideas around ‘Why we love fundraising’.

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Help in Egypt Charity Story

Help in Egypt Charity Story

Help: Here is the story of Moamen a very sick young boy…
About a month ago, we met a man working in a local restaurant. After chatting to him for a short while we discovered he has a 14 year old son, Moamen who is very sick.
This man was not aware of our work

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Read 20 Year Old George’s Story of Survival Post Ebola Tragedy!

Y Care International: George Kollie’s Story!

Continue reading for the story of George S. Kollie, a 20 year old Ebola survivor and a resident of West Point Community Zone 407 who is telling his story about the impact of Y Care International.

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