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Charity Round-up: The butterfly effect

“Charity” is such a wide subject. When we hear the word ‘charity’ what’s the first thing that come into our mind. Poverty? Hunger? Faith? Hope? Voluntary individuals or organisations helping others with kindness and tolerance in judging others? It is pretty much all of it. In this article I want to touch base on how individuals […]

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Charity Round-up: Together we can

I love my job. As a blogger, I have the freedom to do whatever I want where I see fit. And as Britmums Charity Round-Up editor I get to hear such wonderful stories that people have sent me. It’s so fulfilling that I can be the voice and pass on these good deeds for everyone […]

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Charity Round-up: Goodwill gestures

There are so many of you individuals out there doing charitable things however big or small over the Christmas and New Year period. It is so nice and warming when it comes from the heart. From fundraising, to giving support to others and giving something back to the community.   Lucy At Home has written […]

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Charity Round-up: The gifts of giving

As Christmas is looming nearer and nearer, we seem to think we all should be buying more and more things for your loved ones. But we must also remember that Christmas is a time for rejoicing and being grateful for all the wonderful things that have happened to us. It is also a time for […]

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Charity Round-up: Using our voice

Our newest round-up focuses on the spirit of giving and goodwill. There are many bloggers out there raising awareness for charities and good causes, taking part in fundraising, supporting others and rolling up their sleeves to make the world a better place. This round-up celebrates them all. There are so many charities out there doing […]

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2015 is the year to become a charity blogger

Make a new year’s resolution to lend the support of your blog to a good cause. Charity blogging is one powerful way to ensure your blog makes a difference. Let’s look at some examples of bloggers who did just that during the traditional season of goodwill. Liz shows us how we can jazz up some […]

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Raising awareness of charities through blogging

It is great to see so many people raising awareness of charities through blogging. My absolutely favourite post this month is perhaps not surprising seeing as I am a Yorkshire lass with a liking for our regional pudding. To be serious, I know I take communication for granted with my children and suspect I am […]

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Charity Appeals and Champions

I have really enjoyed putting together this month’s charity round-up partly because it features bloggers who I am honoured to call online friends. These are some of the bloggers who no matter what challenges they are facing in their own lives will be reaching out to raise awareness and/or funds whilst supporting individuals and families […]

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Charity round-up: Good hearts can make a huge difference

If you could help a good cause, why would you not do so? That makes me believe from the standpoint that most people have good hearts that what people tell themselves is … “But I can’t make a difference!” This month’s round-up challenges that belief system and demonstrates how simple actions can move mountains. Charity […]

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Charity Round-up: Walk, run or have coffee?

This month’s charity round-up is nothing if not diverse.  That reflects the sector itself which includes international and very local agencies, well-funded organisations and others that survive on a shoestring.  Some charities are run only by volunteers, some have paid staff and some have a mix of the two. Over to the blog posts that […]

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Charity Round-up: You can make a difference

I am sure you will join with the whole BritMums team in expressing our condolences to the family and friends of Susan Taylor who died during a charity swim across the English Channel this week.  Susan was raising money for two amazing charities so if you feel minded and able to do so, please do […]

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Charity Round-up: Exercising for charity

What is the connection between taking exercise and charity?  Taking part in a fitness challenge is a great way to capture potential supporters ‘ imaginations and to raise funds for good causes. Let’s start with Chloe and friends who are responding to the tragic loss of a special little boy by taking on a cycling […]

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Charity Round-up: Babies and children focus

There are thousands of charities in the United Kingdom working at local, regional and national levels. This month, I have decided to focus on charities that work in the field of babies and children. Did you see Nicola and her husband Ian on ITV This Morning talking about the loss of their son Alexander?  They […]

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Charity Round-up: Heartfelt vlogs & more

February is the month of love and I am delighted to see so many bloggers showing their concern for others by supporting good causes.  I have included some videos  and encourage you to consider using them on your blog as they are certainly a very effective way of getting your message across. Will you send […]

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Charity posts: Cervical cancer, saying goodbye and odd socks

  I want to start this charity round-up by saying how unhappy I was to read a tweet this week. It said that the person tweeting now thought that charities were full of people with suspect motives like Jimmy Savile. My take on this is that if we give up hope that there are good […]

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Bloggers, charities and the season of goodwill

  December is the season of goodwill to all so it is a good time to think about making an effort for charity. Before we show you examples of bloggers who are doing just that, let’s list the charities people might need most over Christmas. To obtain help with debt problems To get assistance if […]

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10 inspirational charity posts and 10 ideas for Christmas

  Christmas is coming and for many families times are tight. This month I have selected posts the majority of which help charity without you having to put your hand in your pocket at all. Enjoy and then read on for some ideas how to inject goodwill into the festive season this year. Watch a […]

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Charity Round-up: Raising awareness matters

  There are all sorts of issues in this world that don’t get talked about enough. Sometimes this means that the people who need help the most don’t get it. I don’t know what word you use for that but injustice springs to my mind. Bloggers can use their powerful voices to make a difference. […]

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