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Unicef and Oxfam are important charities working to help the world's most vulnerable people. Learn more about the differences between them.

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The Royal British Legion and Help for Heroes are two UK charities who help with the repatriation of soldiers.

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Antarctica is very important to all environmental charities that are trying to protect the planet.

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Charities and not for profit organisations (NGOS) working to stop climate change include Greenpeace, Friends of the Earth, WWF, and the Stop Climate Chaos Coalition.

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The NSPCC Helpline is operated by professionally-qualified, paid members of staff who are carefully selected for their skills and experience.

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PDSA Pet Insurance starts from about 12p a day and is a good way to protect your animals from illness and accidents while supporting the charity's work


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Tax exempt status of registered charities and online security

All of the charities listed on this website are registered with the Charity Commission in the United Kingdom. Like any business, charities have to submit Tax Returns to HM Revenue and Customs, but all donations are declared and the charities do not have to pay tax on them. This means all your donation to charity will help to further their vision and goals.

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Each charity's registered number can be seen prominently displayed on the bottom of their respective pages on this site and underneath their logos.

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