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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.

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

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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.
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Carefully bred working dogs

Guide dogs are working dogs, and they are carefully bred to make sure they have the right temperament and skills. As puppies, they are house trained, taught basic commands, and taken to different...


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We wanted to put together a list of things we think charities should be thinking of digitally over the next year and a few tips on and links to bits of software we like that might make your digital planning and measuring go a bit smoother!

It's certainly not all-encompassing, but it's some of the stuff we're particularly interested in right now and feel it can beneft charities to start thinking about. We can write more blogs like this if you like them, there's much more digital, marketing and backend stuff we could give your charity heaps of advice about.

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Hey there, everyone,

It's been a few months since we set up our charity Pinterest pages back in October 2013 and we have been really bowled over with the amount of interaction and how well people are responding to the content.

At the time we wrote the initial blog we only has seven boards and a handful of pins.

We have been working really hard to build this up and now have 25 boards and almost 300 pins. We are thrilled to see that we get several repins on a daily basis as well as a growing number of followers. Why not join them by following us on Pinterest too.

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We’re probably about halfway through our reviews of apps that have been created by UK charities.

The last review was part five, where we covered apps by the National Trust, Breast Cancer Care and the (US wing) of the Stand Up To Cancer campaign.

And in posts prior to that we also covered many other charities including Macmillan, Dog's Trust, Save the Children, WellChild, UNHCR, Battersea Cats and Dogs Home, Meningitis Trust the British Heart Foundation and many more. 


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