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SiCare was created for the sole purpose of raising funds for charitable causes, we are big believers in sharing is caring and as a charity and not-for-profit, we keep our fees low and any surplus we make goes back into growing the giving market, not to shareholders.
Our simple, friendly and inventive approach has earned us a trusted reputation and firmly established us at the heart of corporate giving, we vet all charities on our vast database to ensure donations go to genuine causes and we take data privacy very seriously.
As a community 1.5% of the mining funds will be donated monthly to a cause voted by the community, we will be taking suggestions from the community of which charities to add to the shortlist and once all charities have been vetted a voting system will be in place each month.
It’s a well-known fact that 43% of people don’t trust charities but by using distributed ledgers to track transactions, cryptocurrencies to transfer funds and smart contracts to ensure donations are spent correctly, we are determined to make the non-profit sector more transparent.
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From hiring a wheelchair or dealing with loneliness, to adjusting to life in a new country - we’re there when you need us. Find out more about our work.Website
Foster carers provide children who are unable to live with their birth family a stable loving home, whether that’s overnight or for a number of years.Website
St Mungo’s outreach teams go out each night to meet people who are homeless and to help them off the streets. With 17 outreach teams we are one of the largest providers of outreach services in the country.Website
We are millions of people affected by cancer, supporters, professionals, volunteers, and campaigners. We all have one thing in common – our care and support for people living with cancer.Website
Their work included setting up shelters for people who were homeless, a family tracing service, running soup kitchens, helping people living in the slums and setting up rescue homes for women fleeing domestic abuse and prostitution.Website
We started in 1981, when several UK water companies came together at the Thirsty World Conference. Determined to find a solution to a global crisis that had left billions without water, toilets or hygiene, the idea for WaterAid was born.Website
Forgotten Animals is a registered charity in both UK and Russia with only 2 paid employees and over 60 volunteers spread across the former Soviet countries, the UK, Italy, the Netherlands and Australia has carried out or directly supported projects in 5 countries.Website
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Since 1988, St Luke’s has been providing palliative care to local people, supporting them in ways which go beyond the scope and funding of the NHS. Last year we supported over 1,000 local people with a huge range of support from end of life care on our ward to supporting carers, and from helping children cope with grief to helping patients return to work after an illness.
We are a charity and were established following a fundraising campaign in the mid 1980’s which was championed by local people, and 30 years later we continue to be supported in this way. In fact, nearly 85% of our care is funded by donations.
At St Luke’s Hospice, our ethos is one of service; being of service to our local people and community is central to all that we do. We believe the most important privilege any person can have is the opportunity to comfort and support one’s fellow human beings in their hour of need. This spirit of service at St Luke’s extends not only to the patients, but also to family and friends, and is not restricted by income, class, creed or gender.
Our strength as an organisation comes from the fact that all parts of the Hospice work together to maintain this ethos – administrative and domestic staff, volunteers, trustees and all those involved in caring for the patients and their families. The result is that the whole ‘business’ brings an enthusiasm into the work of the Hospice, motivated by this attitude of service to people at difficult times in their lives. We all share in the sense of privilege and honour that comes from being involved in an organisation doing such important work. It inspires us, day after day, to look for new and innovative ways to make a difference to the wider community.
The founding members of St Luke’s Hospice were driven by the same ideals that inspire us today; to reach out a warm and caring hand to those in need and to help relieve their suffering of mind, spirit or body. The founder of the Hospice movement, the late Dame Cicely Saunders, wanted hospices to remain a “beacon of hope with a message of care and community”. St Luke’s is a lively and vibrant Hospice that has a very powerful reason to be here.
St Luke’s provides and facilitates the provision of outstanding supportive, palliative and end of life care to individuals, those close to them and to communities. The Hospice is part of the social movement to normalise loss and grief, supporting a healthy response to the human life cycle. Working with our partners to deliver excellent, compassionate and sustainable care and support as people face the challenges of life threatening and progressive illness is at the heart of our work.
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As the UK’s leading fostering charity, we are the essential network for fostering and we bring together everyone who is involved in the lives of fostered children. We support foster carers to transform children’s lives and we work with fostering services and the wider sector to develop and share best practice.
We work to ensure all fostered children and young people experience stable family life and we are passionate about the difference foster care makes. We champion fostering and seek to create vital change so that foster care is the very best it can be.
Our mission is to support those who foster, improve opportunities for fostered children and young people and provide expert guidance to all fostering services.
Send your vote token to the below address to vote for The Foster Network.
Cancer Research UK is the world's largest cancer charity dedicated to saving lives through research. Our vision is to bring forward the day when all cancers are cured, from the most common types to those that affect just a few people.
We want survival in the UK to be among the best in the world. We’re focusing our efforts in four key areas – working to help prevent cancer, diagnose it earlier, develop new treatments and optimise current treatments by personalising them and making them even more effective.
We’ll continue to support research into all types of cancer and across all age groups. And we’re keeping our focus on understanding the biology of cancer so we can use this vital knowledge to save more lives.
We’re increasing our research in key areas such as early diagnosis, and hard-to-treat cancers including lung, pancreatic, oesophageal cancers and brain tumours. We’re developing new tests, surgery and radiotherapy techniques, and cancer drugs. We want to personalise prevention, screening and treatment and bring benefits to patients sooner.
To help accelerate progress, we’ll be investing an additional £50 million a year into new funding schemes for our researchers. These will encourage collaboration and innovation, and support research tackling some of the biggest scientific challenges in cancer research.
Smoking is the biggest preventable cause of cancer and we’ll work towards the day when no one in the UK smokes – in particular by protecting children and helping people to quit. We’ll campaign for the best cancer services in all parts of the UK, and give more people the chance to join the fight against cancer.
But we can’t achieve our mission alone. We rely on our dedicated scientists, doctors and nurses, and the generosity of our supporters across the UK. With your help, we can beat cancer sooner.
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Our vision is that everyone has a place to call home and can fulfil their hopes and ambitions. We are here to end homelessness and rebuild lives. Everything we do is underpinned by our values. Our values and vision underpin the practical, demonstrable steps we take every day towards helping people rebuild their lives and ending homelessness.
To do this, we:
Since our founding almost 50 years ago, we’ve developed a recovery based approach. At the heart of all of our services is our commitment to empowering individuals, to support people in their recovery journey and to prevent homelessness in the future.
Each of our clients comes to us with a unique set of skills and strengths and we use these as the starting point for moving towards a healthier, happier and more stable life.
Send your vote token to the below address to vote for St Mungo’s.
From the moment you're diagnosed, through your treatment and beyond, we're right there with you, offering emotional, physical and financial support. We are millions of people affected by cancer, supporters, professionals, volunteers, and campaigners. We all have one thing in common – our care and support for people living with cancer.
Step inside Macmillan and you’ll find talented people working together to improve lives. Discover what it's like to work here and how our corporate partners help us every day. If you or someone you know has been diagnosed with cancer, you’re not alone. Get information, advice and support and hear from other people who understand what you’re going through.
Did you know that more than 170,000 people are alive despite being diagnosed with cancer more than 25 years ago? Our report highlights historical advances in cancer treatment and care. You don't have to climb mountains to give something back. We've a host of opportunities from working in an information centre to helping people with their shopping.
Send your vote token to the below address to vote for MacMillan.
Founded in 2011 by a Russian-born trader Anna Kogan Nasser, Forgotten Animals (originally called Big Hearts Foundation) became the first international organisation to work in towns and regions of Russia. Unlike in the main cities Moscow and Saint Petersburg, animal welfare community there was virtually inexistent.
After getting a full picture of the scale of animal abuse, stray problem and lack of private or public organisations actually doing something about it, Anna decided to put her career in trading on hold and dedicate her life and resources to raising animal welfare standards in former Soviet countries. Instead of merely fighting the consequenсes, the approach is to target the root causes of the problems, whilst using Western animal welfare expertise and knowledge and understanding of local culture and mentality.
Since then Forgotten Animals, a registered charity in both UK and Russia with only 2 paid employees and over 60 volunteers spread across the former Soviet countries, the UK, Italy, the Netherlands and Australia has carried out or directly supported projects in 60 cities across 5 countries, and counting. We have come a long way and managed to extend our reach to help wild and captive animals as well.
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The Salvation Army, an international movement, is an evangelical part of the universal Christian Church. Our message is based on the Bible. Our ministry is motivated by the love of God. Our mission is to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ and to meet human needs in his name without discrimination.
Called to be disciples of Jesus Christ, The Salvation Army United Kingdom Territory with the Republic of Ireland exists to save souls, grow saints and serve suffering humanity. As disciples of Jesus Christ, we will be a Spirit-filled, radical, growing movement, with a burning desire to lead people into a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, actively serve the community, and fight for social justice.
Our identity and God-given mission as disciples of Jesus Christ are shaped by the values of the Kingdom of God. We love God with all our heart, soul, strength and mind, and we love our neighbour as Ourselves.
Send your vote token to the below address to vote for The Salvation Army.
WaterAid was founded in 1981. We welcomed HRH The Prince of Wales as President in 1991, and since then he has seen the impact of our work first-hand in Uganda and Tanzania. He is passionate about finding sustainable solutions to the water crisis, particularly in light of the current threats to our climate, which are already negatively impacting freshwater supplies in the countries where we work.
We're determined to make that happen within a generation – and we believe the best way to do it is by working with others. That's why we're part of an active global network. Advisors, debate shapers, policy makers, engineers, campaigners and fundraisers - all of us here at WaterAid are working towards a common goal: getting water, toilets and hygiene to the millions of people still living without these basic human rights.
By working together, we can enable entire communities to unlock their potential, break free from poverty and change their lives for good. Diena in Mali is one such community, where a women's group producing soap and shea butter helps women like Kadidia (above) make money for her family and gives her some financial independence. It's possible because of access to clean water - but there is still a way to go in making sure everyone, everywhere has the same.
With the help of amazing people like you, this is our strategy for making it happen.
Send your vote token to the below address to vote for WaterAid.
The fundamental principles were created in Vienna in 1965. They bind together the National Red Cross and Red Crescent societies, the International Committee of the Red Cross and the International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent societies. This makes the British Red Cross part of a worldwide movement.
The fundamental principles mean that people we help can trust that we’re neutral, independent and impartial. Our supporters know that we help those most in need both in the UK and internationally, and our staff and volunteers can see they’re a part of something unique.
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement was born of a desire to bring assistance without discrimination to the wounded on the battlefield. The Movement endeavours, in its international and national capacity, to prevent and alleviate human suffering wherever it may be found.
It promotes mutual understanding, friendship, co-operation and lasting peace amongst all peoples.
Send your vote token to the below address to vote for The British Red Cross.
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