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a trust created for charitable or religious or educational or scientific purposes


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After hunting for places to give her tonnes of bottle tops, she found a charity group in Bousher, which accepted them.
The Brothers of Charity group changed its euthanasia policy in March, about a year after a Catholic rest home was fined for refusing the euthanasia of a patient.
Now Tony's busy working with fellow fundraiser Neal Bullock to organise a golf tournament between Boro Real Fans and Neal's charity group Fats Lads on Bikes, to help get Marton youngster Finley Ingles to the USA for lifechanging treatment on a brain tumour.
According to the Guardian, the charity group, Karma Nirvana, advises people who ring its helpline to hide a spoon in order to set off metal detectors at British airports and the group said that its recommendation has indeed prevented some women from being spirited overseas.
Summary: A local charity group in Sidon Sunday started distributing food aid to people displaced from their homes by the Abra security incidents.
The Pont Charity Group has organised the concert in aid of the Great North Air Ambulance Service in Ponteland Memorial Hall on Tuesday, June 4, at 7pm.
A CHARITY group for children affected by homicide raised more than PS300 with a charity bike ride.
com)-- The author of the hit novel Justin Time will be sending an autographed copy to the highest bidder of an Ebay auction, benefiting The Blair Charity Group of Tucson.
A Birmingham accountancy firm which supports more than 100 notfor-profit organisations across the region has expanded its Midlands charity group.
Mike Quick and Bernard Savage who are both friends of SSFR'S treasurer, Des O'Neill, organised the event and decided that the proceeds from sponsorship should go to the charity group.
What if the Justice and Charity group in Morocco was to turn into a political party?
A TALK about podiatry services for people with diabetes is being held at a charity group meeting in Old Colwyn.
The recent auction of deeds to tiny plots of eastern Illinois land once owned by Abraham Lincoln raised $100,000 for a charity group, and the owner has plans for more.
The company is donating around KRW100m from new A6 sales to Good Neighbors, an international charity group.
The group has joined 'A Helping Hand,' a charity group from The American School of Dubai, to host a fund raising 'Dinner on the Greens' event on May 30 at The Montgomerie, Dubai.