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View Poll Results: The final vote to choose MHF's Charity to support for 2011
Mesothelioma Uk 50 25.13%
Cancer Research 47 23.62%
Help For Heroes 27 13.57%
RNLI 26 13.07%
Water Aid 9 4.52%
The Prostate Cancer Charity 14 7.04%
The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) 6 3.02%
Alzheimers Society 14 7.04%
NSPCC 6 3.02%
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post #1 of 137 (permalink) Old 02-12-2010, 09:31 Thread Starter
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Vote for the Charity MHF will support in 2011, The result!!!

These are the final 9 nominated charities which got the most votes in round one of the voting, all getting more than 2% of the vote.

This poll will be open for 2 weeks and the charity with the most votes will be the Charity MHF will support by fund raising throughout 2011.

Here are the web sites just in case you want to know more about any of them.

Mesothelioma Uk www.mesothelioma.uk.com
Cancer Research www.cancerresearchuk.org
Help For Heroes www.helpforheroes.org.uk
RNLI www.rnli.org.uk
Water Aid www.wateraid.org
The Prostate Cancer Charity www.prostate-cancer.org.uk
The Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen and Families Association (SSAFA) Forces Help www.ssafa.org.uk
Alzheimers Society http://alzheimers.org.uk
NSPCC www.nspcc.org.uk



Don't forget to remind your friends to vote

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There is still time to donate to this years Chosen "Charity Help for Heroes", unfortunately the paypal link is broken but you can pay in over the counter at your bank or via telephone or internet banking, please PM me for details.
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Thanks. I have moved my vote to meso as alz would not have made it through. Yorkshire freckles has been persuaded to follow suit as ms would not either.

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Tactical voting eh? Could be a late rush for any of them.........
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Im not going to say anymore just read Your's magazine Christmas edition in the shops now--- and my e-book is now out today.
Mesothelioma UK only gets 1% of cancer Charity money so Im donating the money from my e-book to them.
The Prime Minister of Canada is still allowing and expanding his Asbestos Mines so I have told him off as I was invited by a lady in Canada to write on his web site.

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This is why Mesothelioma UK exists.

Mesothelioma UK is a resource centre dedicated to Mesothelioma. We provide information and support for people affected by Mesothelioma. We have a national free phone helpline (0800 169 2409) that provides access to impartial, accurate and relevant advice specific to mesothelioma for patients, carers and health care professionals. Callers to the helpline can access specialist nurse clinical advice, booklets and factsheets and can also be put in touch with local sources of information and support including, for patients and carers, contact with their local nurse specialist and local or nearest support group (where available). For health care professional's we organise numerous training and educational events, regular news bulletins, have established a National Mesothelioma Nurse Action Team and generally support health care teams in the management of Mesothelioma patients. We collaborate with all other interested parties to raise awareness about Mesothelioma and the dangers of asbestos and coordinate events surrounding Action Mesothelioma Day in July each year.

Initially funded by Macmillan Cancer Support, Mesothelioma UK now relies totally on voluntary donations to our own independent charity; Mesothelioma UK Charitable Trust.
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I have voted again and again I am with Mavis and Mesothelioma!

I am a trustee for a small UK charity and know how hard it is to get any funding. Whatever MHF can manage to raise for any of the excellent causes listed above is worth it and will be appreciated.

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59 votes so far......

I am sure there are many of you still considering who to vote for, this poll will be open for 2 weeks so you have lots of time to make your mind up about the very deserving charities nominated.

Don't forget to remind your friends to vote.

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Voted again for Meso.

So sorry to all the other worthwhile charities.


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Is there anything to stop people voting more than once?
I think it is fairer if everyone only has one vote each.
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Yes have you tried

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Even though I've had problems with prostate cancer, I have voted for Mavis's Mesothelioma cause. Prostate cancer is a known quantity; Mesothelioma and asbestos related issues need much more research.
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