Team Honk #LastingChange update after Kenya

BritMums were delighted to hangout with Team Honk earlier this week as they returned from their Comic Relief trip to Kenya full of news and enthusiasm to spread the word of #lastingchange as far and as wide as they possibly can. Annie Spratt, Tanya Barrow and Penny Alexander have been dedicating their time to Team…

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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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Special needs round-up: We’re in full Spring

Welcome back to the Special Needs round-up this month, again packed with inspiring and heart-warming stories from the SEN and disability community. Do link your posts below with any campaign, charity, awareness flags you are flying, or simply to release whatever bee happens to be buzzing around in your bonnet at the moment, to be included…

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Helping Cancer Research UK by giving up booze

With the New Year comes the time for fresh starts and personal challenges. Giving up alcohol for January is a common goal, and Cancer Research UK is harnessing that impulse with its “Dryathlon”, in which people can raise money by banning the booze for a month. Leading the charge in our community is BritMums’ social…

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Finding the right Christmas charity for you

Christmas is the time of year when so many of us want to give to others who would otherwise go without. Liz Jarvis from The Mum Blog talks about choosing a charity that fits with her philosophy. A few years ago, Rosie Shelley and I were invited to visit UNICEF’s headquarters in Copenhagen, where we…

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