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12 min ago | The Aiken Standard
Submitted photo From left, Ken Starnes, Sonita Redmond, Dick Mashall, Eddie Elkins, Wendy Gilbert, Scott Hayes, Jack Morrison, Kenneth Brodie and Nita Roberts.
1 hr ago | Messenger Newspapers
AN emotional song inspired by the experiences of cancer patients is turning into a hit for country singer Sue James from Sale.
1 hr ago | Daily Echo
The international superstar's stunning sell-out show has seen donations double to the Two Saints organisation, which helps homeless and vulnerable people.
2 hrs ago | USA Today
To prevent rape, India charity unveils ... toilets Charity says girls were raped, murdered when they went to relieve themselves in the woods.
2 hrs ago | Thewestmorland Gazette
A KENDAL wholesale business which sells meat to butchers shops and the public is expanding into the online world with a charitable twist.
2 hrs ago | Patch.com
From the organization's Web site: The race was born from an idea to start a road race after two Arlington County Police Officers had returned from a similar road race in Buffalo, New York.
4 hrs ago | Harrow Times
The founder of a charity giving disabled people the freedom to visit a town centre has thanked the Harrow Times for its coverage.
4 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News
Bridge the Gap, organised by the News, takes place in 11 days' time, on Sunday September 14, and the team getting the charity walk together are looking for volunteers to help out on the day.
4 hrs ago | Kidderminster Shuttle
CHARITABLE DONATION: From left, Denise Carson of Kidderminster Foodbank, councillor Fran Oborski, Peter Picken, Maureen Lewis, and Tina Woolridge and Nicola Wade of Kidderminster Hospital.
8 hrs ago | This is Wiltshire
The ninth Emergency Services Show takes place on Sunday and the organisers say it promises to be the biggest and best yet.
8 hrs ago | Texas Tribune
The siren and flashing red sign on the bridge into this border town meant a car loaded with donations from charitable Texans had to undergo a secondary inspection.
Organizers of the 2014 Best in the West Rib Cook Off could have not have been happier with this years event as it's good business for the casinos but also the community.
Children continue to flee to the United States, from Mexico, to reunite with family and get away from a country where some say they are faced with difficult situations.
What a nice surprise to see Ann Corcoran of RefugeeResettlementWatch being interviewed by the ever-curious Ginni Thomas at the DailyCaller.com.
Fairlop Waters, in Forest Road, Fairlop, hosted a charity event where stalls selling things such as homemade cakes and, jewellery were set up, children were racing each other to get to the inflatable bouncy castles and everyone got the chance to play a game of bubble football.
The fun starts at 11am on Sunday at the home of South Staffordshire Horse Show on A449, Prestwood Drive, opposite Prestwood Nursing Home, in Stourton.
Charities are benefiting from fashionistas' attraction to pre-loved pieces from bygone eras, with shoppers of all ages picking up bargains at op-shops and vintage clothing stores.
Updated: Tue Sep 02, 2014 01:15 pm
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