Care4free, an internet service provider designed to support charities and the fundraising community. The founding members of Care4free include representatives from the top UK charities and these include: Cystic Fibrosis Trust, Guide Dogs, Mencap, Muscular Dystrophy Campaign, NSPCC, Reuters Foundation, RSPB, RSPCA, Save The Children, Sight Savers International, Terrence Higgins Trust, The Cancer Research Campaign, The Guide Association, The Salvation Army, The Woodlands Trust, Variety Club of Great Britain, Women's Royal Voluntary Service, World Wildlife Fund, and Youth Hostel Association.
  The total number of Charities on the Register on the 31 December 1997 was just over 184,000 and during the past 10 years Charity Choice has kept pace with this growth by including more and more entries each year.

Charity Commission


The Charity Commission exists to give the public confidence in the integrity of charities. They are a UK government department responsible to the Courts for their decisions and to the Home Secretary for the way they use their resources. The details of all 180000 registered charities in England and Wales, updated daily, can be found on this site!

  CharityNet is the international umbrella site from CAF (Charities Aid Foundation) providing over 100,000 records of information on all aspects of charitable activity
  A Person with a Red and White Cane is a Deafblind Person. This is a very informative sight on this particular problem.
  The website of the charities consortium of users of Prosthetics, Orthotics, Wheelchairs, and Electronic Assistive Technology. emPOWER campaigns for a "national look" based on individual needs.
  The Hunger site offers information on hunger problems around the world and offers the opportunity for sponsorship.
  The mission of the Rainforest Foundation is to support indigenous people and traditional populations of the world's rainforests in their efforts to protect their environment and fulfil their rights by assisting them in: Securing and controlling the natural resources necessary for their long term well being and managing these resources in ways which do not harm their environment, violate their culture or compromise their future; and Developing means to protect their individual and collective rights and to obtain, shape and control basic services from the state. The foundation was started by Sting.
  It may surprise you to know that RNIB is here to help not only totally blind people, but also the one and a half million in the UK with serious sight problems. The kind of problems that could affect any of us. You never know when you might need them.
  YoungMinds is a children's charity with a difference - an alliance of individuals, groups and professional organisations in the fields of education, health, social services and youth justice, all committed to working together to promote the mental health of children and young people.

Last updated, Thursday, December 30, 1999 18:47