They are a charity who help children in need, help to keep them safe from abuse
The NSPCC's local services concentrate on seven important issues and groups of children most at risk:
- those who experience neglect
- physical abuse in high-risk families (those families with violent adults, alcohol and drug abuse and mental health issues
- those who experience sexual abuse
- children under the age of one
- disabled children
- children from certain black and minority ethnic (BME) communities
- looked after children.
You would want the best for your children in life, So please help Save the children in our country who aren't as lucky as you and me.
I completely agree with the NSPCC.
I'm not nomininating but I wanted to know is this a reply or kudos based poll?
And am I ok to vote for more than one?
This is reply based. You will need to post the name of your chosen charity in a response on this thread.
You can only nominate 1 charity, and it can't be a charity that has already won before (you can check the list of previous winners in the first post)
Phew almost missed this just saw the banner in Announcements while checking my PMs.
I'd like to nominate the British Heart Foundation
The British Heart Foundation was founded in 1961 by a group of medical professionals that wanted to fund extra research into the causes, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of heart and circulatory disease. For 50 years a dedicated team have been fighting for every heartbeat. The more money that you donate the more research can be conducted and more research = more lives saved. Just check out their heart research and also explore other parts of the website. I have full faith in this charity and they try to collect as much through money donations and charity shops so that they can facilitate their research.
Please vote for British Heart Foundation.
I nominate St Catherine's Hospice, based in Preston, Lancashire. http://www.stcatherines.co.uk/
It is a lesser known charity so doesn't receive anywhere near as many donations as the more common ones.
St Catherine's provides 'end of life' care for petients with terminal illnesses such as cancer and they also support people with other conditions, (such as heart failure, motor neurone and Parkinson's disease). This care is provided free of charge.
The hospice costs £5m to run each year and £3.7m has to come from charity donations. I would like us to help keep the hospice providing this essential care to the people who need it the most.