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New guide dog puppies you can sponsor - Ivy, Isaac and Hudson
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Direct Debit is what it's more commonally known as

Direct giving is sometimes called regular giving and it means making a donation to a charity directly from your bank account.

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These days the places you consume information from the internet have changed wildly, and is no longer confined to looking at a computer while sitting at a desk. 

This is largely since the uptake of smartphones and increased connectivity to networks that can serve much larger amounts of data while people are on the move. 

These 3G and now 4G networks allow you to have usable (most of the time!) experiences when you are wanting to surf the web, wherever you are.

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Hi there, everyone, hope you are all doing well.

This is just a really quick blog post to announce that we are thrilled to be creating a page for a new charity over the next week.

The charity is called Practical Action, and their mission is to use technology to help end poverty.

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Boom! Is that what the kids are saying these days? Apparently. Well it feels a bit of a 'Boom!' moment as we hit the lucky number 3(rd) part of our guide to where you can buy some awesome charity gifts this Christmas.

Like part 1 and part 2 of this series we will feature another four amazing UK charity shops. This time we've a quick summary of the Cancer Research UK shop and Save the Children's Wishlist.


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