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Manchester Evening News
Great Britain's amputee football team are heading to the World Cup – after funding the trip themselves.
Gareth Jones wonders if charities could be working with the web giants to raise money as well as fighting against them.
Who reading this, can squat? A stupid question? Maybe. But give it a go. Feet shoulder width apart, and squat all the way down with your feet flat on the ground.
Lord Mayor's Appeal.
Here's a new easy way to raise money for THE LORD MAYOR'S APPEAL 2010 that does not involve parting with extra cash.
What better way could there be to celebrate your 70th birthday than walking 102 miles from Braunston to London along the Grand Union Canal?
For those of us on the ground building businesses, a new reality is emerging as the recovery sets in.
Recession, layoffs, high unemployment — all can make it hard for people to think about donating to charity.
A fund-raising challenge to climb Mount Everest has been given some unusual support for Wearsiders to get their teeth into.
A £5,000 donation from Takeda UK to the England Amputee Football Association (EAFA)...
Wearside businesswoman Anne Ganley is going up in the world.
|TR24 Donisthorpe Scouts||£25.00|
|Angela's Walk for The Samaritans||£20.00|
|The Hands Around The World Charitable Tr...||£66.06|
|St Michael's Church, Dines Green, Worcester||£20.00|
|Animal Free Research UK||£93.85|
|JT Swims The Solent||£20.00|
|MERCY CENTRE UK||£50.50|
|The Thomas Read Bursary||£20.00|
|Andy's Ironman Challenge||£20.00|
|RSPCA - West Gwynedd Branch||£25.15|
|Greek Animal Rescue (UK)||£240.00|
|Andy's Ironman Challenge||£10.00|
|Cruelty Free International Trust||£8.11|
|African Lion Environmental Research Trust||£5.00|
|The Old Mill Foundation||£496.31|