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Accountants (U.K. Service) We offer a full recruitment service to find your organisation the best accountant to suit your needs. Please mark e-mail Ref.: D. Peachell.
Abbeyfield Society Abbeyfield House, 53 Victoria Street, St Albans, Herts AL1 3UW
Ability Well organised charity with good site promoting suitable equipment free to charities.
Action against Breast Cancer
Action against Depression
Action Aid Helping the starving in the third world.
Action for Blind People
Action for Dysphasic Adults
Action for ME
Action for Peoples in Conflict
Action on Addiction
Action with Communities in Rural England - ACRE
Action for Sick Children
African and Caribbean Elders
African Services Committee, Inc.
Age Concern England
Age Concern Norfolk
Age Concern West Glamorgan
AIDS Community Alliance, Inc.
AIDS Medicine & Miracles, Inc.
AIDS Resource Foundation for Children
Aid to Russian Christians
Aids Service Agency of North Carolina, Inc.
Aids Resource Center of Wisconsin, Inc.
Albert Kennedy Trust
Albertina Kerr Centers
Alcohol Counselling and Prevention
Alliance for Animals, Inc.
Aloha United Way, Inc.
African Services Committee, Inc.
Amherst H Wilder Foundation
Alzheimer's Disease Society
American Field Service Youth Development
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Anna Freud Centre
American Anti-Slavery Group, Inc.
Audubon Canyon Ranch, Inc.
Autism Society of America, Inc.
American Foundation, Inc.
American Friends of the Israel Free Loan Assn., Inc.
American Friends Service Committee
American Horticultural Society, Inc.
American Institute for Cancer Research
American Livestock Breeds Conservancy
Animal Aid Society, Inc.
Animal Health Trust
Animals in Mind
Animal Picture Gifts
Anne Frank Educational Trust
Ann's Neurological Trust Society
Anthony Nolan Bone Marrow Trust
Arise and Walk Ministries of New Mexico
Arts Council of England
ASH: Action on Smoking and Health
Association for the Advancement of International Education
Association of American Indian Physicians, Inc.
Association of Breastfeeding Mothers
Association of Chief Executives of National Voluntary Organisations - ACENVO
Association of Children's Hospices
Association for Couples in Marriage Enrichment
Associated Examining Board
Association for Spina Bifida/ Hydrocephalus
Association of Health
Assoc.of Health Authorities and Trusts
Association for International Cancer Research
Association for Jewish Youth
Association of Medical Research Charities
Association of Wheelchair Children
Association of Youth with ME
Aston Charities Trust
Appalachian NE Tennessee Resource Conservation & Development Council
From: Evelyn, Downsview School Parent Teacher Association, Kent.
Our school are always looking for new ideas to raise money so I think your site is a great idea. I'll look forward to keeping an eye on the ideas from around the world. Could anybody tell me how a Prom works? I believe it's where the children dress up as posh grown ups! And does it make money? If it does not, could anybody tell us how it could be made to make money? Thanks, and good luck to everybody working hard at charities partnership.
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From: Ross Kittelty, 2nd Swanley Scouts
I raised loads of money for my trip to Chile. From the U.K. that's quite a trip and expense. One of the many things I did to raise the doe was, I had 1000 badges made for me. My Dad lent me the money. They were the round button badge type, with a pin on the back. They cost me about 20p each. I had the event logo on the front they looked excellent I asked people to sponsor me by buying a badge from me for £1 or any affordable donation. It was nice to see loads of people actually donated more. I then got my Dad to take some and do the same, and also my Mum, Brother, Aunts, Uncles and just about everybody that knows me. I had a fantastic trip it was really cool. I would like to thank my Mum and Dad and everybody that helped me.
From: Dave Quinn St Anselms School Association Dartford Kent. CVOP@AOL.COM Co founder of Charitiespartnership.com
The foundations. Every builder Knows without the proper footings or foundations, the building they are about to build, would not last long. It may start with good intention and excitement but would soon subside, crack or worse still fall down. For it to be a successful long lasting building there are specific ways to build it that must be adhered to for it to be a rewarding venture and withstand the test of time. The same principles also apply to fundraising. Without a solid committee working together most fundraising would never get off the ground. All to often will you see the same old few familiar faces doing all the hard work for many associations, with to many people prepared to say they are on the committee without actually doing anything at all other than "pooh poohing" the idea and telling you it can't be done. These people I call "negs" in other words, negative people that you really do not need on your committee. If you are starting up a committee look for positive people. The sort of people that don't look at problems and say it cannot be done. Look for people that see no problems only hurdles. Remember hurdles can be jumped. If you find these sort of people try not to loose them, they are an indispensable core for success. I'm not suggesting for one minute that you try and recruit people that go around telling everybody there indispensable. They would probable be a waste of time. What I'm saying is the people that are not afraid to "have a go" and are prepared to ad there positive and enthusiastic input toped with a keen interest on learning about there new venture will be invaluable.
Now you have established a committee of people that are ready to "have a go" you must establish everybody's talents. Everybody that is keen to help will have a talent and it is essential that there part within the committee is a part that they like. If they like there job within the committee, then they are sure to put there heart and soul into it. Make sure that the job they have taken on within the committee is not to time consuming for them. Remember if you have an active team, in other words where everybody does there share, the amount of time involved for any one individual should not need to be excessive. However, everybody that has made a commitment to assist your cause should do everything within there power to fulfil there obligations. Anybody that shows any interest at all in helping your cause with there time even though they cannot say exactly how much time they can give or are perhaps scared to committee themselves, should still be noted because when the going gets tough they may be able to help even for a short while.
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