Mumsnet Giving Week

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Mumsnet users have always shown each other support in times of need, and we wanted to acknowledge this by recognising some of the external organisations that do the same. In our inaugural Giving Week, we shone a light on five great causes - two fantastic charities and three inspiring community projects - nominated by Mumsnetters, that are making a difference in people's lives.

Final total: £11,302.43 which when we matched, rose to £22,604.86. 

 


What's Mumsnet Giving week about?

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Find out what prompted the idea of a Mumsnet Giving Week in the first place and how we chose the final five charities we'll be supporting this year.

About our chosen causes

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Mumsnetters nominated hundreds of charities and organisations and it was our job to whittle them down to five. Here's more about our shortlisted good causes.


Mumsnetters' kindest moments

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Get in the mood for Mumsnet Giving Week by reading these examples of acts of great kindness experienced by Mumsnetters <blows nose noisily>.

Women's Aid

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"Mumsnetters will help us provide support to the tens of thousands of women and children who contact us every year as well as allowing us to campaign to keep the national network of local refuges open and available for every woman who needs them."


Woolly Hugs

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Woolly Hugs is a small charity with big ambitions but at the very heart of all we do is the desire to extend compassion, give comfort and make those going through very bleak and difficult times feel loved and looked after.

Free cakes for kids

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"As a community project, we create memories and build relationships with people who are struggling to make ends meet. Mumsnet's support will help us build a stronger network of people who care for their communities."


Haven House

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A children's hospice supporting families and caring for children and young people with life-limiting and life-threatening conditions. "By donating to the Mumsnet campaign, you'll be giving our families a well-earned rest."

PDA Society

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A society that offers support, advice and information to anyone involved with an individual with Pathological Demand Avoidance syndrome, whether suspected or diagnosed. "Working with Mumsnetters will help us to generate more awareness of PDA."


 
 

 
 

 
 

 
 

Last updated: 09-Jun-2014 at 10:59 AM