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post #11 of 54 (permalink) Old 22-11-2011, 08:30
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One thing you could consider.

Larger and well known charities have the ability to advertise and also get corporate dontations and keep a high profile.

Cancer Research and British Heart Foundation (both of which I support in various ways as I need both orgs) along with other charities do a good job but have the volunteers and paid staff to promote them.

Smaller less well known / lower profile organisations have much more of a struggle nowadays to fund raise and I think would appreciate your donations more as they tend to have greater difficulty in getting volunteers to fundraise to the level they need.
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Hi
I have ask before,but
Can we have this made a sticky please and un stick the other charity post.
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I have ask before,but
Can we have this made a sticky please and un stick the other charity post.
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Sorry Scottie.

The Mods can't do it - they can't "interfere" with posts made by El Supremo.

Suggest you send Nuke a PM. He obviously hasn't noticed your request.

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I know I am a little biased having used them but I think Air ambulance again is my charity for 2012 Devon and Somerset do struggle with funding
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it already is a sticky ?
Hi Dave

from what i can see is "the Donations to Our Charity" it stays top I have to search for this post,it might say sticky but .
or am I just being thick.
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Smaller less well known / lower profile organisations have much more of a struggle nowadays to fund raise and I think would appreciate your donations more as they tend to have greater difficulty in getting volunteers to fundraise to the level they need.
OK here are a few lesser known organisations:

RADAR

Spinal Research

Spinal Injuries Association

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I'd like to see one of the animal charities receiving some funding, for example - RSPCA or Dogs Trust.
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