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Juvenile Diabetes Halloween fundraisers ongoing

Archived, 2 days ago From comoxvalleyrecord.com 

Courtenay, CANADA - The JDRF Halloween Glowstick and Haunted House Tour fundraisers are back and in full swing for the fourth year. Both fundraisers celebrate Halloween and raise money for Juvenile Diabetes research.

The Glowstick fundraiser sells package ...

Charity Christmas card shop pops up again

Archived, 2 days ago From walesonline.co.uk 

Cardiff, U K - A charity Christmas Card pop up shop is open again for business and marking a milestone silver anniversary serving its customers.

Cards for Good Causes has clocked up 25 years starting the countdown to Christmas as volunteers man the s ...

Red Cross assists in effort to stop spread of Ebola

Archived, 2 days ago From wbaltv.com 

Baltimore, MARYLAND - As Ebola spreads through west Africa, more than 150 volunteers from the American Red Cross stepped up to go over and help with efforts to contain the virus. They step in on a medical basis when necessary and do mostly outreach and education. The Red ...

Builders in the pink for charity

Archived, 2 days ago From tewkesburyadmag.co.uk 

Worcester, U K - Brickies and sales staff on a Worcester new homes development will be getting in the pink to help raise awareness of breast cancer.

Staff working for housebuilder David Wilson Homes Mercia at its Broadheath Meadows development in Newt ...

Royal Marine putting in extra effort to help charity

Archived, 2 days ago From portsmouth.co.uk 

Hampshire, U K - A Royal Marine who suffered a stroke at the age of 39 is hoping to inspire others by tackling the Bupa Great South Run.

Warrant officer Simon Tripp’s world was turned upside down four years ago when an arterial dissection in his neck l ...

Centre boss dresses loud for charity

Archived, 2 days ago From barrheadnews.com 

Clydebank, U K - The boss at the giant intu Braehead shopping mall has swapped the traditional pin-striped business suit for a coat of many colors.

Gary Turnbull was raising money for the XFM radio station’s Dress Loud charity event by turning up for w ...

The Grand Brighton raise £2,700 and counting with charity skydive

Archived, 2 days ago From incentivetravel.co.uk 

Wiltshire, U K - The team at The Grand, Brighton reached new heights on Sunday 12 October as they completed a 10,000ft skydive to raise money for Brighton-based organisation, Rockinghorse Children’s Charity.

The challenge saw 7 staff members at the lu ...

£40,000 raised in 'gruelling' 2014-mile feat

Archived, 2 days ago From burtonmail.co.uk 

Staffordshire, U K - Two brothers have raised £40,000 in memory of their father who died from Motor Neurone Disease.

Pete and John Collins teamed up with friend Ant Oxley at the start of the year and set themselves a target of running and riding 2,014 mile ...

Charity manager kicks off 130-mile exercise bike challenge in Hornchurch

Archived, 2 days ago From romfordrecorder.co.uk 

Romford, U K - The fundraising manager of a children’s charity is doing her bit by taking on a biking challenge to celebrate the organisation’s anniversary.

Michelle Mitchell is cycling 26 miles a day this week on an exercise bike to raise money for ...

Homeless charity appeal for winter clothing donations as number of rough sleepers continues to rise

Archived, 2 days ago From dailyrecord.co.uk 

Glasgow, U K - The Invisibles are looking to provide Glasgow's homeless with gloves, scarves, hats and socks to keep them as warm as possible during the winter months.

A homeless charity are appealing for donations of warm clothing as winter approach ...

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