Thousands help out at the centres around the country run by Crisis, the homelessness charity, in their Christmas campaign
'The people of Syria need this aid - they have nothing, no water or anything'
The 96-year-old's home was auctioned off earlier this year to raise the money
The RSPCA said legacies in wills pay for one in two animals
An African infant saved from a malaria-induced death will not ask if the anti-mosquito nets come from 1 per cent of a banker’s salary
Having recently been accused in the media of being for 'attention seekers,' one iStudent argues why charity work is fun and important for fundraisers to get credit for their input
With a total combined donation amount of $106.8 billion, these 20 individuals are the top philanthropists in the world
If Black Friday feels like an alien invader from the homeland of consumer excess then today may be the perfect antidote
Evan Leversage may not live to see Christmas, so well-wishers in St George and around the world are moving it to Saturday
African Society of Cambridge University says it 'cannot entertain or host this kind of ignorance' regarding the lives of those in the developing world
Becky Clarke from Liverpool lost her sight aged 17
The girls want the tickets to go to domestic violence charity A New Leaf
A quarter of suicides occur within three months of discharge from hospital, a major study in Scotland has found.
Police searching for missing Megan Roberts have said the most probable scenario is that she "entered the river" while "heavily affected by alcohol".
An “unprecedented” number of those dependent on welfare were punished in the year to June 2013, according to a report into Jobcentre Plus published today by the Work and Pensions Committee.
The Chritsian group The Core Issues Trust has accused Boris Johnson of banning the advert for political gain