Donate To UK Charities Online:
Making a donation to charity is very
easy and can be done online. Listed are
some of the more well known UK charities
where your donation could make a
Aid is one of the UK’s largest
international development charity,
helping poor children, families and
communities in over 35 of the world’s
poorest countries. Child sponsorship
helps a child’s whole community by
providing access to safe, clean water,
healthcare, education and an escape from
a life of hardship and disease. Sponsors
will see how their money is working
through regular updates from local
fieldworkers and personal messages from
the child they sponsor.
Sight Savers is an international charity
that works to prevent needless blindness
and rehabilitate the blind in the
developing world. You can make a
WWF offer six animal adoptions – tiger,
dolphin, panda, orang-utan, rhino and
elephant. By adopting an animal you can
help to safeguard the future of their species, and help WWF
to seek long-term sustainable solutions
for the benefit of people and nature.
The world's species are facing their biggest crisis since the age of the dinosaurs. Threats from pollution, habitat destruction and climate change are so severe that a recent UN report says 25 per cent of the world's mammals face extinction within 25 years. If you feel passionate about preserving the incalculably precious heritage that is the natural world, please join WWF. With so much at stake, you'll be glad to know you're supporting the world's most effective independent conservation charity.
British Heart Foundation
The BHF is committed to winning the war
on heart disease by funding 30
professors and 100's of scientists and
doctors working in universities and
hospitals across the UK.
Cancer Research UK's site has a wealth
of information about the charity and
about cancer. They also have many ways
for you to make a donation or to support
their vital cancer research.
British Red Cross
The British Red Cross is a leading
member of the largest independent
humanitarian organisation in the world –
the International Red Cross and Red
Crescent Movement. Providing relief to
people in crisis – both in the UK and
UK, the association of deafblind and dual sensory
impaired people in the UK. Deafblind UK is a national
charity which provides a range of support services to
deafblind adults and their carers. It also campaigns
on behalf of deafblind people.
working for the Five Freedoms for
animals through legislation.
Investigates complaints of cruelty and rehomes animals through local branches.
The RSPCA works tirelessly to promote kindness and prevent cruelty to animals.