Charity Tuesday

Looking for a charity to support? Please take a look at any of the excellent good causes mentioned below, for more information about each one please click on the blue link.

If you want me to write a post about your charity – please get in touch x

MAGPAS – support this excellent charity by joining their lottery….win, win!

The Royal Institution – family fun days!

The Songwriting Charity – truly glorious – helping children via the medium of song!

UNICEF – highlighting poverty with their Live Below The Line Campaign; could you live on less than £1 a day?

Ellie’s Fund – raising awareness of brain tumours and asking for empty baby wipe packets!

Cake for CAFT – mum of 2 runs 180 miles to raise money for the Children’s Adventure Farm

Haven – a refuge centre for victims of domestic violence

Blurt – encouraging bloggers to add a badge to their blogs to help stamp out the stigma of depression

Eczema Support – to help raise awareness and understanding

Charity Greetings – who launched a card shop via Facebook in support of the Dogs Trust

Vanessa Riddle – an appeal for donations for operation that the NHS won’t provide

Dean Symmonds – a request for votes for him to carry the paralympic torch

Red Balloon – helping children who are a victim of bullying

Brainstrust – who offer support and care for brain tumour sufferers and their families

Light Up A Life – supporting St Helena Hospice

Treasure Boxes – a little girl who raises money by selling bracelets so that she can make donations to womens’ refuge

Blurt – a charity that offers mentoring for people suffering with depression

Dixon Hall – an incredible community service in Toronto.

Childline – asking people to give an hour of their salary to childline

Big Blue Cuddle – a childrens’ clothing store with a big difference!

Pillowcase Dresses – promoting Dress A Girl Around The World

Alexander’s Charity Ball – raising money for FSID

Colchester Hospitals Charity – promoting their Santa Fun Run

LEPRA – to help raise awareness of Leprosy

OnlyDads – in support of single dads

Marie Stopes – in support of a woman’s right to choose

Help4Heroes – in support of those wounded in Britain’s current conflicts

NHSBT – to appeal for more blood and platelet donors

NSPCC – to help raise awareness of their Christmas wishes campaign

ODEON – to promote an autism friendly screening

CCCS – for National Debt Day and free debt solutions

MLD – for a child suffering from Metachromatic Leukodystrophy

Save The Children – to raise awareness of the Press For Change campaign

If you would like me to consider running a charitable guest post for you, please let  me know in the comments box below.

12 Comments

  • Reply Metajugglamum 20th September 2011 at 12:05 am

    What a fabulous idea. I can’t think of a better host for this :-)

    MJM

  • Reply Sew Scrumptious 27th September 2011 at 9:51 pm

    Would you be interested in writing about a charity I am involved in called ‘Dress a girl around the world’? I am co-ordinating sewing bloggers to make pillowcase dresses for girls living in poverty in developing countries. So far we have collected over 300 in the UK and 150 have been taken to Malawi and Kenya. If you look at the last 2 posts on my blog you can see photos of the girls wearing the dresses and also a short video. http://sewscrumptious.blogspot.com/ Let me know if you are interested and I can write a short piece for you. Thanks Louise x

    • Reply CoffeeCurls 28th September 2011 at 7:30 am

      Hi Louise,

      Yes that sounds wonderful. I’ll find you on twitter so that we can follow each other – then I can DM you my email address! Lisa x

  • Reply Ruth Flanagan 17th October 2011 at 5:29 pm

    Hi what a great idea. wwe would really like to get more people involved in our campaign for a little Burmese boy with leaukaemia. I can send words and pics….
    see more here http://www.thaichildrenstrust.org.uk/getinvolved/help-zin-ko
    Will you let me know what you think?
    @thai_children AND @TCTfundraiser

    Thaks xx

  • Reply Ayesha 17th October 2011 at 8:18 pm

    Well the organization I work for could use any assistance with mentions, it would be wonderful!! Where can I send you the info? Please email me at ayesha.amin@dixonhall.org

    Thanks again!! :)

  • Reply Jayne Hardy 7th November 2011 at 6:09 pm

    Hi there, I would be over the moon if you’d consider writing about The Blurt Foundation. Whilst we’re not a charity, we are a not-for-profit, volunteer led organisation. We offer a mentoring scheme on our website http://www.blurtitout.org and I’m currently shortlisted for a TalkTalk Digital Hero award for the work I’ve done. Future plans are to roll out an education programme to promote understanding to teenagers and get them talking about depression which we hope will in time, tackle the stigma. We’re on Twitter @blurtalerts.
    If you’d like more info, please email me.
    Thank you for your time.

  • Reply Sarah Wolf 14th November 2011 at 9:46 am

    Good morning! I am working with a lovely charity called brainstrust (http://www.brainstrust.org.uk) which was set up when the founder’s daughter was diagnosed with a brain tumour. It’s a young, and fun charity and they are determined not to be sober and depressing about brain tumours. They have recently launched a fantastic resource, called the Brain Tumour Hub, which details all ongoing clinical trials in the UK.

    Sarah

    • Reply CoffeeCurls 14th November 2011 at 9:48 am

      Hi Sarah, I’ll DM you my email address x

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