Welcome to my PETA fundraising Money Pot!Thank you for showing interest in my fundraising campaign. As you know I'm vegan and I've been campaigning for animal rights and working with PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) for a while now. I wanted get more “hands-on” in the fight against animal cruelty, hence the launch of this campaign. I'm counting on your support! 😘 🐶 Find out more from my YouTube video: PETA is internationally recognised as one of the leading and most influential animal charities in the world. They focus on campaigning against issues of animal cruelty that include topics such as factory farming, fur farming & animal testing. Any issue that involves animal cruelty is on PETA's radar and you can be rest assured that they will do everything in their power to put a stop to it. By campaigning regularly all over the world, they not only attract attention, but encourage people to educate themselves on topics they may not be aware of. They have created and continue to support a movement of compassion towards animals, one that is only growing stronger by the day.BUT, they need funds to do all this amazing work, funds that don't come from nowhere. If you are an animal lover, or want to help put a stop to animal suffering, please donate. * 100% of your donation will go to PETA UK charity* Give however much you want* All payments are secureThanks so much for getting involved and supporting this cause!Lucy Watson BTW: You can also help by sharing this money pot page on your social media (Twitter/Facebook/Instagram) to raise awareness and funds! When sharing it please use the hashtag #LWfundraiser to have a chance to win one of the lipsticks from my Basic Bitch cruelty-free makeup line!
Thank you for supporting Harm ! Merci de soutenir Harm!Harm fait l'objet d'un procès inéquitable et a été condamné en première instance à 12 ans de prison en Chine. Suite à la couverture médiatique de cette affaire aux Pays Bas et en France, j'ai créé une page Facebook ainsi qu'un site internet (www.fairtrialforharm.eu) où figurent toutes les informations. Chaque jour, toujours plus de gens rejoignent notre cause, et nous avons reçu des messages demandant comment soutenir financièrement Harm et sa famille. En effet, Harm est détenu depuis 20 mois et nous avons dû payer 150.000 euros de frais d'avocat! Et comme il est de coutume en Chine, nous allons également devoir payer la famille du défunt afin qu'ils retirent leurs accusations contre Harm. Donc si vous souhaitez nous aider, n'hésitez pas à contribuer sur ce site internet. Vous pouvez donner autant que vous le souhaitez. Tous les paiements sont sécurisés. Harm faces unfair trial and 12 years sentence in China.Following the media coverage of Harm’s story in the Netherlands, I created a Facebook page, Fair Trial For Harm (click here to see the page) to share these reports and articles. There is also a website www.fairtrialforharm.eu where you can see more information about the case. Everyday, more and more people join this page, showing much needed love and support to Harm and his family and friends. We also received some very nice messages from people asking how they could financially support Harm and his family. Indeed, Harm has been detained for 20 months and already had to pay more than 150.000 euros in lawyer’s fees! And as it is the custom in China to make sure the sentence is lowered, we could also have to pay a lot of compensations to the family of the defunct...So if you want to help a bit relieve this heavy burden, you can contribute on this website. Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you very much!By the way, I am Diane Vandesmet, Harm's girlfriend. I come from France. Harm and I were living together in the house in Beijing when the accident happened. After the accident, I have contacted his family, seen the Dutch consular department many times, visited the lawyers and done everything I could to help him out. After the appeal hearing, I launched the media and social media campaign to help raise awareness about his case. Here is a link to Eenvandaag news report where you can see me with Harm's parents and best friend : https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sHqCWQEIBKI&t=62sAnd here is a picture with Harm on the wall...
Let's help the families of those who died battling the fire in PlascoOn Tuesday, 19 January 2017, the Plasco building, an iconic landmark located in central Tehran collapsed following an immense fire.When the tower collapsed, firefighters were attempting to control the fire and extinguish the flames, outside of the building, on cranes, or inside Plasco.We've all been shaken by the dramatic images of the blazing fire and the collapse of the building.Many on social media have expressed widespread appreciation for the courageous and selfless efforts of the firefighters.The following weeks and months will be a difficult time for those who lost their loved ones on duty on that sad day. As any such tragedy, the media’s attention will fade and the families will be left to deal with their grief. As they will go through this rough period, your help could give them a little comfort.The amount we raise over the next 20 days will be divided evenly among the victims’ families. Any amount will go a long way.The amount gathered will be transparently donated as promised above, and we'll make sure to keep you updated.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secure.* Don't forget to share the link with your friends.Thank you!WHAT WILL HAPPEN TO THE DONATIONSThe Iranian Red Crescent Society has agreed to help us reach the families and distribute the entire amount of the raised money, as requested by us, evenly among the families of the firefighters who died in Plasco, in accordance with relevant international standards and principles. The Iranian Red Crescent Society, neutral and solely humanitarian, is a member of the International Red Cross and Red Crescent network.PERSON BEHIND THE CAUSEThis project was launched by Fatemeh Fannizadeh, an Iranian-Swiss lawyer based in Geneva, Switzerland. She was involved throughout her life in different local and international philanthropic projects.For the purpose of maximum outreach, this online crowdfunding website has been used to create a pot where money can be used to help the families involved.To find out more about Fatemeh, you can visit her LinkedIn page below:www.linkedin.com/in/fatemehfannizadehOr contact her directly at:firstname.lastname@example.org***************This fundraising is entirely free of any political or cultural agenda. It is solely an independent humanitarian project.
My dear friends, I am writing to ask you to help save my brother's life!!! My brother Alex Romaniuk is a year 3 dental university student, as well as a talented footballer, dancer and musician. Unfortunately, life has been unfair to him. Last year, shortly after his 18th birthday he noticed unusual tiredness, temperature, gums and nose bleeding and small bruises all over his body. Doctors confirmed a horrific diagnosis of Acute Promyelocytic Leukemia (APL) with 15/17 chromosome translocation. Basically this disease means that his body is generating abnormal immature white blood cells (blasts) filling the bone marrow and spilling into the bloodstream. Production of normal blood cells is affected, causing anemia, bleeding problems and serious infections. Healthy people also have blasts but only 2%, my brother’s blood contained 80%. Alex underwent a series of intense and extremely painful courses of chemotherapy. Doctors advised our family to get ATRA, the most effective and expensive tablets for this type of Leukemia. We funded these drugs ourselves as we thought that this was the answer for Alex. However, after less than a year and again shortly after his 19th birthday my brother’s symptoms returned and blood tests confirmed that the cancer had returned with blasts at 90%. This relapse was considered to be an aggressive secondary retractive form of APL. The next treatment involved us purchasing the expensive Trisenox injection however this then led to my brother developing the life threatening retinoic acid syndrome during the first week of the treatment. He got a high temperature, heart and lung complications, strong pain in the chest, back, arms and knees, very high Leukocytosis and Thrombocytopenia. He also suddenly lost his vision in both eyes. The Trisenox treatment had to been stopped. The only option left for us is to take Alex abroad for a bone marrow transplantation. The costs involved are extremely high. The airlift costing $13,000 and $40,000 to $50,000 for the initial treatment (info given by Bookimed) Alternative options are either more expensive or he would not be accepted due to the previous treatment that he has had. Please help to give my brother chance to live, please save my brother's life!!!!
Kitchen for homeless refugees and homeless locals in Thessaloniki, Greece.Our project is well established by now. We expanded our work. Kitchen now cooks 2 hot meals a day and distributes to streets and parks in Thessaloniki and to one of the camps nearby. Our Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/dirtybunch/ is the best source of daily updates on our work. We are a small private group and cooperate with several groups in order to make our entire operation possible. Winter in Northern Greece is severe and there are still about 61.000 refugees in Greece. Small volunteer initiatives such as ours are flexible and adapt to daily needs quickly and efficiently. We are doing our best to cook on daily basis and the need is not smaller but bigger every day. Please support us with as much donation as you can afford. We can provide a hot meal for as little as 30 cents. And daily need is for 100-400 people. Food, water, sometimes sweets for kids :) Ok, so much for now. Thanks to everyone, thanks for helping us feed the people.
Help us save the Barrington from closure. We need to fundraise £30'000 to keep our doors open for the entire community of Ferndown. The £30'000 will help us get into a position to stabilse the charity and be able to trade again. Please give generously as your donation will not only benefit the community now but also for generations to come. If the Council take back the building we will lose all aspects of the theatre. If you are a tax payer and have made a donation we can claim 25% back on your donation. Please message us email@example.com and we will forward you a gift aid form, if you fill it out and scan it back to us please. Thank you
Thank you for the many offers of charitable donations.The Cherry Foundation is set up to continue Cheran’s work of helping underprivileged, talented pupils to succeed and secondly to sponsor children facing poverty.Your donation would make a big difference to keeping Cheran’s dream alive.Thank you for your support.
Hiya, thank you for clicking the link all this money gets donated to teenage cancer trust, and helps more teenagers like Jorja. For every teenager they reach there's another they can't and we can't have that anymore! please donate as little or as big as you like thank you so very much you are helping by the day!!!
Welcome to this money pot !Hi everyone,We're Magdalena, Marie & Melissa, three volunteers at La Esperanza, Granada in Nicaragua. We teach in a school in one of the poorest neighborhood of Granada and we are witnessing a lot of poverty. We have decided to help the community by providing food boxes including also hygienic products & water. To be able to do this project, we would need your financial help. We will be grateful for any contribution, and if you want to see how the project is doing don't hesitate to check our facebook page. Thanks a lot for your cooperation. Bonjour à tous,Nous sommes 3 volontaires, Magdalena, Marie & Melissa, travaillant actuellement à La Esperanza Granada, Nicaragua. Par notre travail quotidien de professeur dans les quartiers pauvres de Granada, nous avons été témoins des besoins immenses que rencontre la population. Cela nous a poussé à vouloir aider la communauté à notre échelle par la distribution des vivres (eau, nourriture, produits hygiéniques). Pour mener à bien ce projet, nous aurions besoin de votre aide financière. Nous vous serions reconnaissant pour votre participation (quelqu'elle soit: les prix au Nicaragua étant très bas, chaque euro compte.) Pour suivre l'avancement de notre projet, rendez vous sur notre page Facebook!Encore un grand merci à tous.Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you!
Namaste!I am incredibly honored and excited to announce that I have been accepted, after a written application and two interviews as a Trek to Teach teacher.C'est avec grande fierté et enthousiasme que je vous annonce que j'ai été accepté, après une candiature écrite et deux entretiens, comme "enseignante" pour Trek to Teach. Next April, I will be leaving my parisian life and everything that goes with it to take part in a meaningful adventure with Trek To Teach, in the Himalayas of Nepal, where I will be helping create a positive change for Nepali children through the teaching of English.En Avril prochain, je quitte ma vie parisienne et tout ce que ça englobe pour prendre le chemin des Himalayas au Népal, dans le cadre de l'association humanitaire Trek To Teach, où je contribuerai à apporter un souffle positif dans la vie des enfants népalais grâce à l’enseignement de l’anglais. I will be teaching English for 5 months in a remote village in the middle of the Annapurna region. To get there I will trek 4-days in length. This trek is considered to be one of the most beautiful hikes in the world, but very challenging too : walking up, and sometimes down, steep hills, stairs, for 6 or more hours per day, with my belonging on my back.Did you know that some of these young children trek 2 hours to school and back every day?J'enseignerai l'anglais durant 5 mois dans un village reclus de la région des Annapurna. Mon challenge commencera par un trek de 4 jours consécutifs. Considérée comme l’une des plus belles rando du monde, mais physiquement… il faudra monter, descendre parfois, des pentes escarpées, des marches en continue, pendant 6 heures ou plus par jours, avec mon sac à dos bien rempli sur les épaules.Saviez-vous que certains de ces jeunes enfants marche 2 heures aller, et retour, pour se rendre à l’école?Because of these great distances, attendance rates are often much lower than they should be. This is where I, new foreign, interesting, and fun English teacher, come in.A cause de ces grandes distances, le taux d'absentéisme est plus élevé qu’il ne devrait l’être. C’est là où, ma présence en tant que nouvelle étrangère, intéressante et pleine d’énergie, intervient. English is increasingly important for Nepali children to gain opportunities in today’s globalized world. Currently, local teachers lack resources and training to help all students have their needs met, limiting the opportunity for growth and future success for the students in these villages. They need to learn English from speakers of English like me, whom will greatly improve their language skills and their lives. That is what I’m aiming for.Afin d’avoir la capacité de saisir leurs chances dans la société mondialisé d’aujourd’hui, l’apprentissage de l’anglais est un atout crucial dans la vie de ces petits népalais. Malheureusement, les enseignants locaux manquent de ressources et de formations pour subvenir aux besoins de chaque étudiant, ce qui limite les possibilités d’évolution et de réussite de ces jeunes vivant dans ces villages. Ils ont besoin d’apprendre l’anglais avec des personnes dont l’anglais est la langue maternelle comme moi, et qui pourront les aider à améliorer leurs compétences linguistiques et par conséquent leur vie. C’est mon but. You can also join the adventure and help me change these lives thanks to a donation.Vous pouvez vous aussi faire partie de cette aventure et m’aider changer ces vies grâce à un don.The 5 month project itself costs 5,000 USD (excluding flights, equipment, vaccination, insurance, visa), so please, take a moment to contribute. Make that difference with me.Le projet lui même coûte 5,000 USD (hors vols internationaux, équipement, vaccins, assurance, visa), donc s’il vous plait, prennez un moment pour contribuer. Participons ensemble à cette une belle action.Every penny helps!Chaque centime compte!Short of money? You can help by sharing this project around ;-)Pas trop de sous, n’hésitez pas à partager auto
We are a group of Language Assistants based in Santiago de Compostela (Spain) who are fundraising for an organisation called Utopia56. This charity raises money to support refugees with basic necessities in Paris, such as food, clothing, shelter, etc. We will be creating a series of fun events from the end of December until the end of February, when Orla and Lily will go to Paris to spend about a week volunteering with Utopia56. They will be self-funding their transport, accomodation and food during the trip; any donations made on this page will go directly to Utopia56. Please check out Utopia56 on their website http://www.utopia56.com/ and don't hesitate to ask for further information by contacting us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Welcome to this community money pot !The aim of this fund, organised by a group of parents, is to raise up to £500 to seek professional advice on the planning application submitted by WBC to expand Aldryngton Primary School. We need a minimum of £275 to get the basic offering. Any funds received in excess of our target/spend will be passed directly to the school's PTA to be used for general school resources as they see fit.We only have a matter of days to try and raise this, so if you do want to contribute, please do so today if possible so we can aim to proceed before 01-FebYour contribution amount will be hidden, please click to donate.* Please contribute as much or as little as you want* All payments are secureThank you !
Help Save Yamina (Version en français sous le texte en anglais)Our little two-year-old daughter, Yamina, has a malformation of the bile duct (common bile duct cyst), and the only cure is surgery, until then, her life is at risk. We need your financial support to pay for the surgery. Surgery should be performed early in order to limit the development of fibrosis / cirrhosis or hepatic complications of the cyst, such as pancreatitis or cholangitis (biliary tract infection). The surgery involves removing of all the dilated, and likely cancerous, bile duct, and reconstructing the bile duct using an intestinal loop to reach the liver.Today we live with the fear that the disease worsens, which is likely to happen since after childhood the cyst can easily degenerate into a carcinoma. Yamina follows a strict diet (no dairy products, little or no fat, no chicken, no eggs) to prevent a possible worsening of her condition, knowing that she already had pancreatitis.As you can see in the attachments, the cost of the operation and hospitalization amount to 10,387€ (See quote attached). My husband and I are from low-income families and are employees with average incomes. Unfortunately, we do not now have the means to pay for the surgery's fees.I resumed my work few months ago because we have to pay for her care. I have to leave my daughter with her aunt, when I would have preferred to stay close to her. The professor we consulted told us that we should not wait too long to avoid complications due to this malformation (fibrosis, cirrhosis, pancreatitis, cancer). This is why we come to you today; we put our hopes in you to help us save our daughter and allow our family to resume a normal life.Thank you for your contribution, however much you can give. Rest assured that all payments made through the collection platform are secure.To donate: https://www.leetchi.com/c/solidarity-yaminaYou can contact us with any queries you may have at the following email address: email@example.com.With our gratitude.Yamina's mumNotre petite fille de 2 ans, Yamina, présente une malformation des voies biliaires (kyste du cholédoque) et le seul remède pour une guérison totale est la chirurgie.La chirurgie doit être précoce afin de limiter le développement d’une fibrose/cirrhose hépatique ou des complications du kyste, comme une pancréatite ou une cholangite (infection des voies biliaires). La chirurgie comporte l’exérèse de toute la voie biliaire principale dilatée susceptible de cancériser, suivie d’une reconstruction de la voie biliaire par une anse intestinale montée vers le foie.Aujourd'hui nous vivons avec la peur que la maladie de notre enfant s’aggrave, car après l’enfance, le kyste peut dégénérez vers un carcinome. Yamina est sous régime alimentaire (pas de produit laitiers, pas de gras ou peu, pas de poulet, pas d’œufs) afin d’éviter toute aggravation de son état sachant qu’elle a déjà fait une pancréatite.Comme vous pouvez le voir dans les PJ, les frais de l'opération et de l'hospitalisation s'élève à 10 387€. Mon mari et moi sommes issus de familles modestes et sommes des salariés avec des revenus moyens, et malheureusement nous n'avons aujourd'hui pas les moyens de payer de tels frais. J'ai repris mon travail depuis plusieurs mois puisque je l'avais mis de côté pour être près de ma fille. Maintenant, je dois la laisser avec sa tante, car nous devons financer ses soins.Le professeur que nous avons consulté nous a expliqué qu’il ne fallait pas trop tarder pour éviter les complications dues à cette malformation (fibrose, cirrhose, pancréatite, cancérisation)C'est pour cela que nous venons vers vous aujourd'hui, que nous mettons nos espoirs en vous pour nous aider à sauver notre fille et permettre à notre petite famille de reprendre une vie normale.Merci pour votre contribution, quelle qu'elle soit. Sachez aussi que tous les payements fait à travers la plateforme de collecte sont sécurisés. Vous pouvez nous contacter à l'adresse mail: helpsaveyamin
Welcome to this money pot !When the volunteers at the Solidarity Kitchen heard me describing a young child in my daughter's class who came to school hungry and had nothing to eat all day,, they immediately offered to feed her. Within a very short time, the Solidarity Kitchen's founder Angeliki had visited the school, met with the headteacher and was delivering 25 meals to children in need. This year, the Solidarity Kitchen is providing meals to 60 children in need in Volos schools. What I find most moving about their efforts is Angliki’s dedication to the cause. For example, throughout the summer she slept overnight in her car to set up a stall of hand-knitted and crocheted gifts every morning at a local seaside resort—all to raise money for the children's meals. As a woman in her late sixties, this is no mean task. Additionally, this week I found out that Aggeliki and another volunteer had visited a bazaar in Thessaloniki to raise money for the Solidarity kitchen. Once again, Angliki had slept in her car in order to set up her stall in the morning..The Solidarity Kitchen needs to raise €3,500 to pay for the meals for the 2017 academic school year. While this seems like a lot of money, it will go a long way and be spread among many. As a mother, I would be very grateful for anyone able to help Angeliki, her team of volunteers, and the children of Volos who are in need of daily meals.Take a look at the Solidarity Kitchen's website to get a feel for the work they do.https://kouzinavolos.org/Of course, it's in Greek, but there are lots of photos and videos!! Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secure In Solidarity,Maria McCarthy.
You've heard the one about walking 500 miles, well in 2017 I will be running 500 miles and hopefully more, including the Barcelona marathon in March, to raise funds for The National Society for Phenylketonuria (NSPKU) that help families coping with children diagnosed with PKU.PKU is a rare genetic condition that causes an amino acid called phenylalanine to build up in the body. Our bodies normally break down protein in foods like meat and fish into amino acids, which are the "building blocks" of protein. These amino acids are then used to make our own proteins.Any amino acids that aren't needed are broken down further and removed from the body. People with PKU can't break down the amino acid phenylalanine, which then builds up in the blood and brain. In short it means that people with PKU have to have a very restricted diet with very few "exchanges" of protein. That means no meat, fish, bread, dairy products and a host of other daily food items we take for granted.My nephew Christy (pictured) was diagnosed days after his birth with PKU. Thankfully, he is a happy and healthy boy thanks to the family support network around him that know about and can help him deal with the condition as he grows older.Funds raised through this project will go helping families that aren't so fortunate and aiding research into advancements in how to treat the condition.Thank you so much to anyone who can donate anything. I will be thinking of you on the roads and treadmills for the next 12 months.Kieran
Welcome to Caring for Carers!Care workers contribute so much to the community, giving their time and energy to make lives easier for those in need. Now we want to give something special back to them! I am cycling February 2017 extreme Scotland solo cycling trip around the coast of Scotland. Cca. 1600 km/1000 miles in 3 weeks time during the extremely cold winter conditions, snow, ice and the wind. Just two wheels and myself. All trip outdoors - just myself and nature with sleeping in a wee capsule tent. Pray for me, please. Chase me at: Wikiloc - Le Tour de Moon Cyclist Follow me at: Facebook - Le Tour de Moon Instagram - Le Tour de MoonThis time, helping Health for Life, Spinal Wellness Centre, to help funding places for 100 carers at the health and wellness event Creating Wellness 2017, that's going to take place on the 8th April at Dynamic Earth in Edinburgh. The care workers will be guests of honour at this event!Thank you for your generous donations! There will be also big prizes for the biggest fundraisers, so I wish you very good luck in your kind donations.With gratitude,Your, Moon Cyclistand Health for Life Teamwww.healthforlife.co.uk
Welcome to this money pot !Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secureThank you! I will be running a half marathon on the 26th Feb 2017 @ Thorpe park.This is my first ever half marathon, so training hard to make sure I will complete this task, in order to helpCamberley All Night Café For The HomelessThe All Night cafe’ welcomes veterans and the homeless, a service to support people in need. The All Night Cafe’ opens again for winter 2016 on Saturday 5th November, from 10pm until 8am. The All Night Cafe’ provide delicious free home cooked meals, complimentary drinks and refreshments throughout the night and a hearty hot breakfast is served at 7am and customers are given a selection of free food or filled baguettes to takeaway. We also offer hot showers and a nearly new change of clothing exchange. The Cafe’ is safe and warm. With a zero drug and alcohol tolerance. All welcome! Thank you again for your kind donations in helping me to support this worthy cause, lets raise the roof and help our local homeless.Kind regardsAmanda
Welcome to Marcus and Leanne's money pot, raising money for Algarve dawgs - Mungo, Helen and Peggy!These hunting dogs were locked in a shed for years. Then they broke out and nearly starved to death on a barren hillside until they stumbled upon the mountain hideaway my mum built and where we were... well hiding away in.For a few weeks they lounged on cushions with full food bowls and cuddles, and they were the happiest, most grateful, most lovable and loving dogs you have ever met. All their Christmas's came at once.We then discovered the annual horror that occurs across Portugal and Spain as the hunting season comes to an end. Thousands of these poor hunting dogs are abandoned in the hills, left to starve to death, many more just shot, their replacement offspring waiting in line for the same fate and similar suffering.If they are lucky then the heart-worm or tick fever will end their slow starvation- which Helen and Peggy both had.The result is all the dog sanctuaries are far, far beyond full - we spoke to one who told us that 200 dogs had been put down that day from a single hunter due to the appalling state they had been found in and lack of room to look after them - another Sanctury told us they were set up for 200 but were housing 1000). Most sanctuaries will not open their doors if you turn up with a dog - not because they don't want to help; they are bursting at the seams. Hunters regularly throw unwanted dogs over the fences at night. These dogs are the 'lucky' ones...So now many sanctuaries just fund neutering programs and treat them if they can be sent abroad to be rehomed. Sometimes they just leave food out... at the local Intermarch (supermarket) we saw 7 dogs roaming around eating the rice that had been left out for the strays. This is the landscape in which our story sits. We homed them, SOS neutered them and started their treatment. SOS and Karen Breen provided spaces for them to convalesce until homes could be found... Helen, Peggy and Mungo are now waiting to come to the UK for rehoming by Birmingham Greyhound Rescue.It would tragic to take it all away from them and we want to raise hard cash to give back to the dedicated sanctuaries that have helped Mungo, Peggy and Helen and to help them continue their work helping these innocents (Karen Breens Sanctury, SOS Algarve and Birmingham Greyhound Rescue) - £800 makes a contribution towards treatment, kennelling, pet-passports and transportation to the UKThese are the easiest, most docile dogs you will ever find. Let's get them a nice comfy home where they can do what whippets do - lounge around in comfort. The pictures show how scarily thin they were I know, but they'll fill out.Chipped, vaccinated, spayed, health scanned, and being treated - could you perhaps offer them a nice, comfy home? They are in Portugal but can go anywhere.If not, can you make a contribution to our money pot? You can help by donating a small amount for our endeavours to raise funds in the coming months... we have already wild camped at Snowdon's base and climbed Snowdon... in January when it was -3 degrees at 11pm!!!The small print... Fee information etc. There are no fees passed onto you when you contribute to our money pot. There are also no set-up fees for us to use this site. When we transfer the money raised here by bank transfer (to be distributed to the sanctuaries and individuals that have helped rescue Mungo, Helen and Peggy) leetchi charges 4% for money pots under £2000 or 2.9% for money pots over £2000. We looked around - it's the best we can find. So that's the technical bit over!Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want* All payments are secureThank you so much! Marcus, Leanne, Mungo, Helen and Peggy x
Welcome to this money pot !Zion Intercessory Ministry is an international pentecostal church and a registered charity organisation, charity Number: 1157489.The church's visions are to:* Glorify God by loving Him and obeying His commands* Conduct services for the worship of God, the edification of the church and the administration of its ordinances* Supporting the homeless community in Birmingham* Intercede for those who are vulnerable and/or in need* Serve as a sanctuary; serving other individuals, families and churches by providing for physical, emotional and spiritual needs* Evangelise; bringing men and women into the Kingdom of God through preaching the Good News of Salvation, personal evangelism and any other means consistent with the teachings of the Holy Scripture* Equip believers for the work of the Ministry through bible instruction and study* Encouraging, supporting, and participating in missions work; local, domestic and internationalIn order to fully actualise the visions listed above, we are in need of some financial support in order to purchase a permanent resident for the body of christ to worship and fellowship together.please* Give however much you are able to.* All payments are secure We truely appreciate your supportThank you!Zion Intercessory Ministry
Hi everyone. The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) says that I am a critically endangered species. There are less than 340 of us left in the wild, which means that Malayan Tigers could easily become another extinct subspecies of tiger. We need help urgently.So, let me introduce Emma, she is a High School Student in Bordeaux, France and she wants to help me. It is an overused word, but Emma is passionate about wildlife conservation. She also loves my neighbours, some of whom are threatened too:
Thank you for visiting my page.In July I will be undertaking a 3 week unpaid volunteering project working on primate conservation in the amazon rainforest.I will be spending 3 weeks volunteering to help the scientists and conservationist from ARC Amazon, a non-profit organisation based in Peru. The objectives of the organisation are to "Increase the value of the amazon, to conserve and protect it, and to connect people with rainforests."As with lots of parts of the Amazon, the area I will be working in is under threat from logging industries and the growth of land for agriculture. As a result, many of the species native to the area are becoming increasingly under threat and closer to extinction. An example of one of these animals is the Peruvian black spider monkey (pictured). The organisation aims to protect this species of monkey, as well as 8 other endangered species by understanding the monkeys and making local communities and the rest of the world aware of the impact of them being wiped out. The research undertaken by the scientists working there helps Arc Amazon determine strategies for local conservationists in their aim to create a Biodiversity Corridor in an important river system in the north east of Peru on the border of Brazil and Bolivia.I am a second-year Chemical Engineering student at the University of Bath with a strong interest in conservation. Last year I participated in a 5 day volunteering residential to help the National Trust in the Brecon Beacons and this year I am leading the trip. I also have led other conservation activities with the National Trust in Bath and was nominated for the Bath Young Volunteer of the year award 2017. I enjoy adventures and being outdoors!The volunteering work that I will be involved with whilst I am there will include:* Following, observing and recording data about the wild monkeys.* Trekking through lowland Amazon rainforest in search of monkeys.* Recording and uploading data captured for analysis.* Assisting in the learning of the different monkey species and other fauna and flora species present in the monkey's habitat.* Helping protect the lands of the Indigenous people.I will also be witnessing first hand the deforestation, species loss and other threats to the rainforest as well as gaining an understanding of the successes and challenges of deforestation and thus be able to convey this message on my return.I would really appreciate it if you could help in this project by donating. It will really help with the vital research and assist in the conservation of the Amazon rainforest. As this is a volunteering trip, which is vital for the organisation as I am completely unpaid and have to pay the company to be there, I have to completely self-fund this trip. The money will be going towards paying for my food, water and travel whilst I am assisting the conservationists and scientists. Therefore your money will be going directly into helping conserve the Amazon and help everyone understand the amazing species of monkeys that live in the Amazon rainforest, so you will know exactly where your money is spent. Any money raised above the costs of participating in the projected will be donated directly to the organisation to help fund further research and conservation.Please click to make a contribution, or get in contact with me to learn more about the project, donate via paypal or bank transfer please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.For more information on the charity, please visit http://conservetheamazon.org/arcamazon/#missionThank you for your time :)
Welcome to this money pot !As a birthday present to myself (27th March) I'd like to be able to send some funds to the amazing not for profit organisation that is Rottie Friends Rescue. This team of amazing people based in Somerset supply endless amounts of love and affection to our beautiful black and ginger friends that didn't get the starts in life that they deserved. They also put countless hours in to assessing each dog and getting them to their optimum health (which can incur huge vet fees) as well as heavily vetting possible new family's to make sure these 4 legged beauties don't go to just anyone and can live out their lives getting all the love and attention they so deserved from day one!!I am not being so cheeky as to just outright ask for money I'm actually going to train myself to be able to do a 5k run, this isn't huge in the scheme of things but for somebody who hasn't excercised as such in over 6 years and only set foot on a treadmill for the first time in my life on the 3rd Jan this year it's pretty big for me! My aim is to complete this on a tread mill by the end of Feb and out in public (eeeek) by mid/late-March.This is their website if you'd like to take a look at some of their fantasic work http://www.rottweilerfriends.co.uk/Any contributions no matter how small will be greatly appreciated. Massive thanks in advanceLeanne Click to make a contribution.* Give however much you want.* All payments are secure
Welcome to my money pot!IF I RAISE £210 I WILL FULLY WAX MY LEGS FOR CHARITY AND POST A VID OF THE WHOLE THING!!! yayy fun...for everyone watching anyway:|Winter is coming and I thought "What better time to subject myself to shear pain and long term inconvenience for the sake of raising money for charity?"- pretty sure that's what the people want to see and I try to be a man of the people. So I'm setting a goal of raising £210 in legwax donations by the 9th January (first day back at uni so I can do it on the Parade). The sooner I reach my goal the sooner my legs get deforested and the longer I must endure bald winter months. So now there is a goal it's clear that every penny counts- LITERALLY. If you really want to see it happen sooner then spread the word!!You can donate now on my fundraising page, just think "how much would I pay to see it?":https://bathkili17.everydayhero.com/uk/tate-collins…In case you were wondering, £210 because that's exactly how much it costs to provide SIX of the worst suffering children with a 45 day food programme each- enough to save their lives (that's 6 lives) as well as nurse them back to good health.Here is a link to see exactly what you have helped make possible:http://fundraise.actionagainsthunger.org/#about-us