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Charity Shop a web site dedicated to Charities, Gardening Charity Shop, Children's Charity Shop, Research Charity Shop, Conservation Charity Shop, Rainbow Trust, Action Medical Research, women’s charity, girl’s charity, babies charity, cancer charity, Oxfam, Guide Dogs, Horticultural Society Charity. We also have a guide to the Top Charity Shops that we hope you find helpful.

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1. Rainbow Trust Children's Charity provides emotional and practical support to families who have a child with a life threatening or terminal illness. Rainbow Trust's Family Support Workers join the family in their own home and are there to provide practical support. We are contactable 24 hours a day for families in crisis from diagnosis, through treatment and even after bereavement. Rainbow relies almost entirely on voluntary donations and through the generosity of our supporters we are able to help around 1,000 families a year.

2. We are Action Medical Research, the leading UK-wide medical research charity dedicated to helping babies and children. We find and fund the very best medical research to help stop the suffering of babies and children caused by disease and disability. We put on an extensive range of fundraising challenge events including the largest charity London to Paris bike ride and international treks to destinations like Machu Picchu and Everest. We also run a selection of UK based challenges like a sailing race in the Solent, our ever growing series of 100 mile cycle rides and have places in runs such as the very popular Great North Run. 

3. Platform 51 is a national women’s charity that inspires and supports girls and women as they take control of their lives. Every year we empower thousands of vulnerable girls and women to turn their lives around and build a better future. We help them improve their confidence, overcome challenges in their lives and help them learn new skills. We give them a platform to have their say and challenge discrimination. We know there’s thousands more girls and women who desperately need our help, so we are looking at ways we can find new people who are interested in supporting our vital work with a financial donation. 

4. The World Land Trust is a conservation charity that has helped purchase and protects over 400,000 acres of rainforest and other threatened wildlife habitats worldwide. In some areas in South America it is possible to save an acre of rainforest for as little as £50. In other areas it is more expensive, but rest assured, donations are still used in the same way: to enable partner organisations to purchase threatened wildlife habitat and protect them as permanent reserves. 

5. Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading charity dedicated to beating cancer through research. We have discovered new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat cancer that together have saved millions of lives across the world.

6. Oxfam’s Online Shop is the number one destination for second-hand goods and ethical products. The Second-hand -Store sells goods at the same great-value and donated goods that you would expect from Oxfam’s high street stores but exclusively online! With over 100,000 items it’s the largest Oxfam Shop in the World. There’s a treasure trove of fantastic clothing & accessories, books, music, bric-a-brac, toys and loads more. There’s something for everyone, with all profits going towards Oxfam’s work in fighting poverty.

7. The Guide Dogs for the Blind Association ("Guide Dogs") is one of the UK's best-known, and best-loved, charities. Guide dogs have been bringing independence and mobility to blind and partially-sighted people for over 75 years, and today there are more than 4,700 guide dog partnerships in the UK. Each year Guide Dogs breeds around 1,000 puppies, which spend their first year in the homes of volunteers, before working with specialist trainers who teach them the skills needed to guide a visually-impaired person. This takes about six months, including several weeks' training with the new owner. A guide dog has a working life of around six-and-a-half years, and it's not unusual for someone to have five or more dogs over their lifetime.
8. Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) has been Britain's gardening charity since 1804 - when it was founded under the title 'The Horticultural Society of London' by Sir Joseph Banks and John Wedgwood; its aim was to collect plant information and encourage the improvement of horticultural practice.


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