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(Just a Few) Charities That Could Use Your Help

The world is a sad place right now and many of us have been trying to spread some kindness and positivity in any way that we can. I wanted to write a post about just a few charities that could use your help. You can donate, fundraise or even shop from most of these charities.

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Prostate Cancer UK

Prostate cancer affects one in eight men in the UK. Prostate Cancer UK is conducting research into fighting this cancer and saving the lives of so many. They are looking into more effective treatments and tests that could have a huge impact. Prostate Cancer UK also has a shop here.

Cancer Research UK

Cancer Research UK
research the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of cancer. They are looking into ways to save more lives and hopefully one day, we can beat cancer. Cancer Research UK also has a shop.

Macmillan Cancer Support

Macmillan Cancer Support is an amazing charity that provides much needed physical, emotional and financial support to those suffering from cancer and their families. Their employees are truly wonderful people.

Alzheimer's Society

Alzheimer's Society supports those living with dementia and is conducting research into finding a cure. There is currently no cure for dementia, a disease that is diagnosed every 3 minutes.


PDSA offer pet insurance but they also look after injured and poorly pets. They provide treatment for all pets regardless of their owners' situations. Donations help to fund their amazing work to look after pets when they most need it.

Guide Dogs for the Blind Association

Guide Dogs for the Blind Association provide support to those with sight loss, train guide dogs and provide volunteers to help those with sight loss.

NHS Charities Together

NHS Charities Together are supporting NHS workers during this difficult time and as well for the longer-term impact. They are helping to provide things like meals and mental health support.

This post uses some information from the charity websites. 

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