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World Vision Child Sponsorship

On our site we have information on how you can sponsor a child with World Vision.

New guide dog puppies you can sponsor - Ivy, Isaac and Hudson

Support Guide Dogs and help them train more amazing dogs to help those affected by sight loss. Sponsor a puppy today and help train the guide dogs of tomorrow.

Beautiful coast path walk

Learn how you can join the National Trust and get access to over 300 historic houses and gardens and 49 industrial monuments and mills.

Learn how you can sign up for RHS membership from as little as £39 per year.

Learn about annual or lifetime RHS membership. Information on prices for both single and joint memberships and the benefits of joining.

World Vision Child Sponsorship
Tuesday, March 26, 2013 - 15:52
New guide dog puppies you can sponsor - Ivy, Isaac and Hudson
Wednesday, March 27, 2013 - 11:52
Beautiful coast path walk
Thursday, March 28, 2013 - 14:08
Learn how you can sign up for RHS membership from as little as £39 per year.
Monday, January 6, 2014 - 09:55

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Lots of animal welfare charities encourage you to adopt an animal

The money you donate to adopt the animal is used in different ways depending on the charity.

For example, WWF uses some of your adoption money to...


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Trying to find the right gift for dad?

With Father’s Day this Sunday, it’s time to make dads feel special. However, they’re not always so easy to buy for!

Something fathers around the world may have in common is that they want to provide for their children and make sure they get the best possible start in life. 

Concern Worldwide offers the unique gift of a Mini Farmyard, including piglets and chickens, to provide a father living in poverty with the chance to support his family into the future.

Screenshots of the Guide Dogs pup-e-cards app and the Big Issue app
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Hey there,

Hot(ish!) off the heels of our first blog about charities and wearable tech we've come back to post number seven in our series of blogs that look at the various charity smartphone apps that are available to download.

The Big Issue

Asks for donations? No
Links to website donate form? No
Responsive giving forms? N/A
Text to donate? No
Has other monetisation? No
Has native iPad version? (N/A - it's an Apple Newstand download now)

Screenshot of WWF Google Glass video
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At want2donate we're not really sure about the much hyped and encroaching wave of wearable tech and what a drastic change this could mean (for better or worse) of our species.

This is ultimately dependant on the intent of the people who create, own and develop this incredible and increasingly powerful knowledge and ability to bring humans and technology closer and closer. It would probably be fair to say they already know how to do things that would 'blow our tiny minds', as they say!


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