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May
8

World Ovarian Cancer Day

By admin

Today is World Ovarian Cancer Day, a day dedicated to creating and raising awareness about ovarian cancer. Ovarian Cancer has the lowest survival rate of all gynaecological cancers and is the fifth most common cancer in women. It is diagnosed annually in nearly a quarter of a million women globally and is responsible for 4,200 deaths in the UK each year. Very few people are aware of the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer, and that is one of the reasons behind World Ovarian Cancer day. ...

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Very few people are aware of the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer, and that is one of the reasons behind World Ovarian Cancer day.

The most common signs and symptoms of Ovarian Cancer are:

  • Persistent stomach pain
  • Persistent bloating
  • Difficulty eating or feeling full quickly
  • Needing to wee more frequently


  • World Ovarian Cancer Day Facebook

    So we hope that this helps towards raising more awareness about ovarian cancer and to help charities that surround it. Here at Giveacar we are here to fully support any great causes and we feel that this is one of them. If you would also like to show your support why not donate a car and donate the proceeds to an ovarian cancer charity.

    The money could go towards helping to raise awareness about ovarian cancer which is what needs to be done.

    If you would like to donate a car click here or call 0207 736 4242

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    Very few people are aware of the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer, and that is one of the reasons behind World Ovarian Cancer day.

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  • Persistent bloating

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  • Needing to wee more frequently
  • So we hope that this helps towards raising more awareness about ovarian cancer and to help charities that surround it.

    Here at Giveacar we are here to fully support any great causes and we feel that this is one of them. If you would also like to show your support why not donate a car and donate the proceeds to an ovarian cancer charity.
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    Very few people are aware of the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer, and that is one of the reasons behind World Ovarian Cancer day.

    The most common signs and symptoms of Ovarian Cancer are:

  • Persistent stomach pain
  • Persistent bloating
  • Difficulty eating or feeling full quickly
  • Needing to wee more frequently


  • World Ovarian Cancer Day Facebook

    So we hope that this helps towards raising more awareness about ovarian cancer and to help charities that surround it. Here at Giveacar we are here to fully support any great causes and we feel that this is one of them. If you would also like to show your support why not donate a car and donate the proceeds to an ovarian cancer charity.

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    Very few people are aware of the signs and symptoms of ovarian cancer, and that is one of the reasons behind World Ovarian Cancer day.

    The most common signs and symptoms of Ovarian Cancer are:

  • Persistent stomach pain

  • Persistent bloating

  • Difficulty eating or feeling full quickly

  • Needing to wee more frequently
  • So we hope that this helps towards raising more awareness about ovarian cancer and to help charities that surround it.

    Here at Giveacar we are here to fully support any great causes and we feel that this is one of them. If you would also like to show your support why not donate a car and donate the proceeds to an ovarian cancer charity.
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    May
    7

    Action on Stroke Month

    By admin

    The Stroke Association May is Action on Stroke Month Every year there are approximately 152,000 strokes in the UK. That's one stroke every three and a half minutes. Most people affected are over 65, but anyone can have a stroke, including children and even babies. The Stroke Association is here to change the world for people affected by stroke, and we at Giveacar are here to fully support The Stroke Association....

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    The Stroke Association

    May is Action on Stroke Month



    Every year there are approximately 152,000 strokes in the UK. That's one stroke every three and a half minutes. Most people affected are over 65, but anyone can have a stroke, including children and even babies. The Stroke Association is here to change the world for people affected by stroke, and we at Giveacar are here to fully support The Stroke Association.

    Action on Stroke Month


    Action on Stroke Month is now in its fourth year running. It is an action packed month and The Stroke Association and us at Giveacar are asking everyone to join in. We are hoping to get involved as much as possible, helping to make May 2015, its biggest year yet.

    Action on Stroke Month


    Not only are The Stroke Associationasking people to make May purple, they are also asking people to raise money which will go towards research in order to help prevent stroke and support people to live well after stroke and more importantly to have fun! The Stroke Association’s aim of ‘Make May Purple’ is to get more people talking about stroke. So here we are, supporting them and helping stroke get the attention that it deserves, and spreading important messages about stroke. You can have a stroke at any age, and you can recover from a stroke and continue to live a full life. The Stroke Association believe in life after stroke and that together we can conquer stroke.

    Yummy!


    Alongside, wearing purple, baking some yummy cakes, sipping some delicious tea, why not donate a car! The Stroke Association have been a registered charity with us since 2011 and so far we have raised an incredible £17,465.00 This is an incredible amount and we believe we can increase it even more. What better time to donate than during Action on Stroke Month. The team here at Giveacar will be getting involved in some of the purple awareness in May, so keep an eye out for what we get up to!

    So, during Action on Stroke Month let’s keep donating and get that figure growing.

    You can donate your car by simply clicking on this link here or calling us on

    0207 736 4242

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    The Stroke Association’s aim of ‘Make May Purple’ is to get more people talking about stroke. So here we are, supporting them and helping stroke get the attention that it deserves, and spreading important messages about stroke.

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    You can donate your car by simply clicking on this link here or calling us on 0207 736 4242

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    May is Action on Stroke Month



    Every year there are approximately 152,000 strokes in the UK. That's one stroke every three and a half minutes. Most people affected are over 65, but anyone can have a stroke, including children and even babies. The Stroke Association is here to change the world for people affected by stroke, and we at Giveacar are here to fully support The Stroke Association.

    Action on Stroke Month


    Action on Stroke Month is now in its fourth year running. It is an action packed month and The Stroke Association and us at Giveacar are asking everyone to join in. We are hoping to get involved as much as possible, helping to make May 2015, its biggest year yet.

    Action on Stroke Month


    Not only are The Stroke Associationasking people to make May purple, they are also asking people to raise money which will go towards research in order to help prevent stroke and support people to live well after stroke and more importantly to have fun! The Stroke Association’s aim of ‘Make May Purple’ is to get more people talking about stroke. So here we are, supporting them and helping stroke get the attention that it deserves, and spreading important messages about stroke. You can have a stroke at any age, and you can recover from a stroke and continue to live a full life. The Stroke Association believe in life after stroke and that together we can conquer stroke.

    Yummy!


    Alongside, wearing purple, baking some yummy cakes, sipping some delicious tea, why not donate a car! The Stroke Association have been a registered charity with us since 2011 and so far we have raised an incredible £17,465.00 This is an incredible amount and we believe we can increase it even more. What better time to donate than during Action on Stroke Month. The team here at Giveacar will be getting involved in some of the purple awareness in May, so keep an eye out for what we get up to!

    So, during Action on Stroke Month let’s keep donating and get that figure growing.

    You can donate your car by simply clicking on this link here or calling us on

    0207 736 4242

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    Not only are The Stroke Associationasking people to make May purple, they are also asking people to raise money which will go towards research in order to help prevent stroke and support people to live well after stroke and more importantly to have fun!

    The Stroke Association’s aim of ‘Make May Purple’ is to get more people talking about stroke. So here we are, supporting them and helping stroke get the attention that it deserves, and spreading important messages about stroke.

    You can have a stroke at any age, and you can recover from a stroke and continue to live a full life. The Stroke Association believe in life after stroke and that together we can conquer stroke.

    Alongside, wearing purple, baking some yummy cakes, sipping some delicious tea, why not donate a car! The Stroke Association have been a registered charity with us since 2011 and so far we have raised an incredible £17,465.00 This is an incredible amount and we believe we can increase it even more. What better time to donate than during Action on Stroke Month. The team here at Giveacar will be getting involved in some of the purple awareness in May, so keep an eye out for what we get up to!

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    Apr
    22

    World Earth Day

    By admin

    It is the 45th Anniversary of World Earth Day and what a beautiful day it is. One of the aims of Earth Day 2015 is about showing communities, the world and leaderships that action must be made on climate. This year, they believe it is their time to lead. ...

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    Humble Bee from Buglife

    One of the aims of Earth Day 2015 is about showing communities, the world and leaderships that action must be made on climate. This year, they believe it is their time to lead.

    Earth Day is here and has been for the past 45 years to promote a different way of viewing the Earth; that it is the object that sustains all living things found in nature. It is a day that is here to remind us to honour the Earth as a whole and our place within it.

    Here at Giveacar we are full supporters for Earth Day, we believe what we do is helping Mother Earth by getting those old, unwanted cars off the road and donating the money towards a good cause.

    Giveacar's Environmentally friendly Charities

    We have over 70 environmental registered charities with us at Giveacar all doing wonderful things for the environment. From trees to bees, land heritage to gorillas there is a charity for everything. Just have a look at our list of registered environmental charities here

    With one of our charities Trees for Cities we have managed to raise nearly £5,000.00.

    Trees for Cities

    We would love to have more environmentally friendly charities sign up with us at Giveacar, especially on Earth Day. It’s so easy to do and it’s completely FREE. Simply register your charity here

    In the meantime let’s keep those donations to our environmentally friendly charities coming in, if you have an old or unwanted car that needs to go, contact Giveacar on 0207 736 4242

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    Humble Bee from Buglife

    One of the aims of Earth Day 2015 is about showing communities, the world and leaderships that action must be made on climate. This year, they believe it is their time to lead.

    Earth Day is here and has been for the past 45 years to promote a different way of viewing the Earth; that it is the object that sustains all living things found in nature. It is a day that is here to remind us to honour the Earth as a whole and our place within it.

    Here at Giveacar we are full supporters for Earth Day, we believe what we do is helping Mother Earth by getting those old, unwanted cars off the road and donating the money towards a good cause.

    Giveacar's Environmentally friendly Charities

    We have over 70 environmental registered charities with us at Giveacar all doing wonderful things for the environment. From trees to bees, land heritage to gorillas there is a charity for everything. Just have a look at our list of registered environmental charities here

    With one of our charities Trees for Cities we have managed to raise nearly £5,000.00.

    Trees for Cities

    We would love to have more environmentally friendly charities sign up with us at Giveacar, especially on Earth Day. It’s so easy to do and it’s completely FREE. Simply register your charity here

    In the meantime let’s keep those donations to our environmentally friendly charities coming in, if you have an old or unwanted car that needs to go, contact Giveacar on 0207 736 4242

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    It is the 45th Anniversary of World Earth Day and what a beautiful day it is.

    Humble Bee from Buglife

    One of the aims of Earth Day 2015 is about showing communities, the world and leaderships that action must be made on climate. This year, they believe it is their time to lead.

    Earth Day is here and has been for the past 45 years to promote a different way of viewing the Earth; that it is the object that sustains all living things found in nature. It is a day that is here to remind us to honour the Earth as a whole and our place within it.

    Here at Giveacar we are full supporters for Earth Day, we believe what we do is helping Mother Earth by getting those old, unwanted cars off the road and donating the money towards a good cause.

    Giveacar's Environmentally friendly Charities

    We have over 70 environmental registered charities with us at Giveacar all doing wonderful things for the environment. From trees to bees, land heritage to gorillas there is a charity for everything. Just have a look at our list of registered environmental charities here

    With one of our charities Trees for Cities we have managed to raise nearly £5,000.00.

    Trees for Cities

    We would love to have more environmentally friendly charities sign up with us at Giveacar, especially on Earth Day. It’s so easy to do and it’s completely FREE. Simply register your charity here

    In the meantime let’s keep those donations to our environmentally friendly charities coming in, if you have an old or unwanted car that needs to go, contact Giveacar on 0207 736 4242

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    Earth Day is here and has been for the past 45 years to promote a different way of viewing the Earth; that it is the object that sustains all living things found in nature. It is a day that is here to remind us to honour the Earth as a whole and our place within it.

    Here at Giveacar we are full supporters for Earth Day, we believe what we do is helping Mother Earth by getting those old, unwanted cars off the road and donating the money towards a good cause.

    Giveacar's Environmentally friendly Charities

    We have over 70 environmental registered charities with us at Giveacar all doing wonderful things for the environment. From trees to bees, land heritage to gorillas there is a charity for everything. Just have a look at our list of registered environmental charities here

    With one of our charities Trees for Cities we have managed to raise nearly £5,000.00.

    Trees for Cities

    We would love to have more environmentally friendly charities sign up with us at Giveacar, especially on Earth Day. It’s so easy to do and it’s completely FREE. Simply register your charity here

    In the meantime let’s keep those donations to our environmentally friendly charities coming in, if you have an old or unwanted car that needs to go, contact Giveacar on 0207 736 4242

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    15

    Alzheimer’s breakthrough: Giving new hope to millions

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    Here at Giveacar we have four registered charities related to Alzheimer’s; Alzheimer's Society, Alzheimer's Research UK, Alzheimer Scotland and BRACE - Alzheimer's Research....

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    Here at Giveacar we have four registered charities related to Alzheimer’s; Alzheimer's Society, Alzheimer's Research UK, Alzheimer Scotland and BRACE - Alzheimer's Research. Two of which are in our top 20 most donated to charities, with Alzheimer’s Society in our top 10, and we are proud to say we have helped raise a staggering £38,868.00 for them so far.


    Alzheimer's Research UK

    Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia and affects around 500,000 people in the UK. The number of people living with dementia in the country is set to rise to above one million within 10 years. So we are very happy to hear about this morning’s news that scientists have broken new ground in their search for an Alzheimer’s cure.

    So what did they actually find?

    By discovering a new potential cause of the disease, it now means that it may be possible to target it with drug treatments. It was researchers at Duke, who announced that through their studies of Alzheimer’s using mice, a new process popped up that they believed contributed to the disease’s development.

    What the researchers observed was that in Alzheimer’s, immune cells that normally protect the brain instead begin to consume a vital nutrient called arginine. By blocking out this process with a drug, the researchers were able to prevent the formation of ‘plaques’ in the brain that are of the main characteristisc of Alzheimer’s disease, and also stopped memory loss in the mice.

    This discovery has brought some new light on to researcher's understanding and knowledge of Alzheimer’s and could now potentially lead on to future treatments. It’s great to know how far the research has come along for Alzheimer’s and that the car donations for an Alzheimer’s charity have gone a long way... so let’s keep them coming!



    To donate cars with Giveacar simply call us on 02077364242

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    Alzheimer's Research UK

    Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia and affects around 500,000 people in the UK. The number of people living with dementia in the country is set to rise to above one million within 10 years. So we are very happy to hear about this morning’s news that scientists have broken new ground in their search for an Alzheimer’s cure.

    So what did they actually find?

    By discovering a new potential cause of the disease, it now means that it may be possible to target it with drug treatments. It was researchers at Duke, who announced that through their studies of Alzheimer’s using mice, a new process popped up that they believed contributed to the disease’s development.

    What the researchers observed was that in Alzheimer’s, immune cells that normally protect the brain instead begin to consume a vital nutrient called arginine. By blocking out this process with a drug, the researchers were able to prevent the formation of ‘plaques’ in the brain that are of the main characteristisc of Alzheimer’s disease, and also stopped memory loss in the mice.

    This discovery has brought some new light on to researcher's understanding and knowledge of Alzheimer’s and could now potentially lead on to future treatments. It’s great to know how far the research has come along for Alzheimer’s and that the car donations for an Alzheimer’s charity have gone a long way... so let’s keep them coming!







    To donate cars with Giveacar simply call us on 02077364242

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    Here at Giveacar we have four registered charities related to Alzheimer’s; Alzheimer's Society, Alzheimer's Research UK, Alzheimer Scotland and BRACE - Alzheimer's Research. Two of which are in our top 20 most donated to charities, with Alzheimer’s Society in our top 10, and we are proud to say we have helped raise a staggering £38,868.00 for them so far.


    Alzheimer's Research UK

    Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia and affects around 500,000 people in the UK. The number of people living with dementia in the country is set to rise to above one million within 10 years. So we are very happy to hear about this morning’s news that scientists have broken new ground in their search for an Alzheimer’s cure.

    So what did they actually find?

    By discovering a new potential cause of the disease, it now means that it may be possible to target it with drug treatments. It was researchers at Duke, who announced that through their studies of Alzheimer’s using mice, a new process popped up that they believed contributed to the disease’s development.

    What the researchers observed was that in Alzheimer’s, immune cells that normally protect the brain instead begin to consume a vital nutrient called arginine. By blocking out this process with a drug, the researchers were able to prevent the formation of ‘plaques’ in the brain that are of the main characteristisc of Alzheimer’s disease, and also stopped memory loss in the mice.

    This discovery has brought some new light on to researcher's understanding and knowledge of Alzheimer’s and could now potentially lead on to future treatments. It’s great to know how far the research has come along for Alzheimer’s and that the car donations for an Alzheimer’s charity have gone a long way... so let’s keep them coming!



    To donate cars with Giveacar simply call us on 02077364242

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    Alzheimer's Research UK

    Alzheimer’s is the most common form of dementia and affects around 500,000 people in the UK. The number of people living with dementia in the country is set to rise to above one million within 10 years. So we are very happy to hear about this morning’s news that scientists have broken new ground in their search for an Alzheimer’s cure.

    So what did they actually find?

    By discovering a new potential cause of the disease, it now means that it may be possible to target it with drug treatments. It was researchers at Duke, who announced that through their studies of Alzheimer’s using mice, a new process popped up that they believed contributed to the disease’s development.

    What the researchers observed was that in Alzheimer’s, immune cells that normally protect the brain instead begin to consume a vital nutrient called arginine. By blocking out this process with a drug, the researchers were able to prevent the formation of ‘plaques’ in the brain that are of the main characteristisc of Alzheimer’s disease, and also stopped memory loss in the mice.

    This discovery has brought some new light on to researcher's understanding and knowledge of Alzheimer’s and could now potentially lead on to future treatments. It’s great to know how far the research has come along for Alzheimer’s and that the car donations for an Alzheimer’s charity have gone a long way... so let’s keep them coming!







    To donate cars with Giveacar simply call us on 02077364242

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    2

    Giveacar Featured Charity - ABF The Soldiers' Charity!

    By admin

    Charities Vehicle Collection

    Giveacar are very pleased to introduce our new featured charity for 2015: ABF The Soldiers’ Charity! Giveacar have been working with ABF for over 4 years as they were one of the first charities to register with us, but we wanted to take the time to celebrate the important work that they do for soldiers, veterans and their families alike. ...

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    Giveacar have been working with ABF for over 4 years as they were one of the first charities to register with us, but we wanted to take the time to celebrate the important work that they do for soldiers, veterans and their families alike.

    ABF Logo

    ABF was founded as the ‘Army Benevolent Fund’ in 1944 due to a need for a national army support charity, brought on by the impact of both World Wars. For over 70 years ABF have offered financial assistance in various forms to soldiers and their families when in need. This financial support can include:

    Annuities: Supplementing the pensions of older veterans or their widows.

    Bursaries: To help finance education or training.

    Care Home Fees: Top-up grants where local authority grants are insufficient.

    Holiday Schemes: Over 200 army families a year will benefit from a stress relieving break.

    Special Funds: Special assistance for those involved in operations in Northern Ireland, Falklands and the Gulf War.

    General Needs: These can be given for various purposes where a clear need is seen, such as mobility aids.

    Current Operation Funds: Funds that are specifically directed to injured soldiers or families of those killed during service in Iraq or Afghanistan.

    ABF also give grants to a number of other charities who compliment the work that they do.

    Andy Garthwaite

    We’d like to talk a little about Andy, whose image adorns our homepage banner. Andy was serving in Iraq in 2010 when his unit came under heavy fire. In helping his unit Andy lost his right arm to a rocket propelled grenade. Due to the brave and rapid actions of his team Andy was removed by helicopter only 10 minutes later and this undoubtedly saved his life.

    Some years down the road to recovery, Andy has been fitted with a state of the art bionic arm that is powered by the brain. He has also received two grants from ABF: One of which paid for much needed adaptations to his bathroom, the other paying for an iPad to help Andy search for a job despite nerve damage to his remaining hand making it very difficult to use a pen.

    This aid clearly made a big difference to Andy’s life at a time when he needed it the most, and he described the charity as: ‘a cushion for our soldiers and veterans who may not have any stability and need help. The charity relieves so much stress; they are simply there to help those in need.’

    At Giveacar we are hoping to raise more money to help soldiers like Andy through our partnership with ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. Check out their website for more information, or if you’d like to donate a car to their cause, fill in the donation form here.

    Lastly, check out this video for The Soldiers’ Charity ‘Big Curry’ event, which is a great way to host a curry evening and raise some money for the charity!

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    ABF The Soldiers’ Charity!


    Giveacar have been working with ABF for over 4 years as they were one of the first charities to register with us, but we wanted to take the time to celebrate the important work that they do for soldiers, veterans and their families alike.

    ABF Logo

    ABF was founded as the ‘Army Benevolent Fund’ in 1944 due to a need for a national army support charity, brought on by the impact of both World Wars. For over 70 years ABF have offered financial assistance in various forms to soldiers and their families when in need. This financial support can include:

    Annuities: Supplementing the pensions of older veterans or their widows.

    Bursaries: To help finance education or training.

    Care Home Fees: Top-up grants where local authority grants are insufficient.

    Holiday Schemes: Over 200 army families a year will benefit from a stress relieving break.

    Special Funds: Special assistance for those involved in operations in Northern Ireland, Falklands and the Gulf War.

    General Needs: These can be given for various purposes where a clear need is seen, such as mobility aids.

    Current Operation Funds: Funds that are specifically directed to injured soldiers or families of those killed during service in Iraq or Afghanistan.

    ABF also give grants to a number of other charities who compliment the work that they do.

    Andy Garthwaite

    We’d like to talk a little about Andy, whose image adorns our homepage banner. Andy was serving in Iraq in 2010 when his unit came under heavy fire. In helping his unit Andy lost his right arm to a rocket propelled grenade. Due to the brave and rapid actions of his team Andy was removed by helicopter only 10 minutes later and this undoubtedly saved his life.

    Some years down the road to recovery, Andy has been fitted with a state of the art bionic arm that is powered by the brain. He has also received two grants from ABF: One of which paid for much needed adaptations to his bathroom, the other paying for an iPad to help Andy search for a job despite nerve damage to his remaining hand making it very difficult to use a pen.

    This aid clearly made a big difference to Andy’s life at a time when he needed it the most, and he described the charity as: ‘a cushion for our soldiers and veterans who may not have any stability and need help. The charity relieves so much stress; they are simply there to help those in need.’

    At Giveacar we are hoping to raise more money to help soldiers like Andy through our partnership with ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. Check out their website for more information, or if you’d like to donate a car to their cause, fill in the donation form here.

    Lastly, check out this video for The Soldiers’ Charity ‘Big Curry’ event, which is a great way to host a curry evening and raise some money for the charity!

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    ABF The Soldiers’ Charity!


    Giveacar have been working with ABF for over 4 years as they were one of the first charities to register with us, but we wanted to take the time to celebrate the important work that they do for soldiers, veterans and their families alike.

    ABF Logo

    ABF was founded as the ‘Army Benevolent Fund’ in 1944 due to a need for a national army support charity, brought on by the impact of both World Wars. For over 70 years ABF have offered financial assistance in various forms to soldiers and their families when in need. This financial support can include:

    Annuities: Supplementing the pensions of older veterans or their widows.

    Bursaries: To help finance education or training.

    Care Home Fees: Top-up grants where local authority grants are insufficient.

    Holiday Schemes: Over 200 army families a year will benefit from a stress relieving break.

    Special Funds: Special assistance for those involved in operations in Northern Ireland, Falklands and the Gulf War.

    General Needs: These can be given for various purposes where a clear need is seen, such as mobility aids.

    Current Operation Funds: Funds that are specifically directed to injured soldiers or families of those killed during service in Iraq or Afghanistan.

    ABF also give grants to a number of other charities who compliment the work that they do.

    Andy Garthwaite

    We’d like to talk a little about Andy, whose image adorns our homepage banner. Andy was serving in Iraq in 2010 when his unit came under heavy fire. In helping his unit Andy lost his right arm to a rocket propelled grenade. Due to the brave and rapid actions of his team Andy was removed by helicopter only 10 minutes later and this undoubtedly saved his life.

    Some years down the road to recovery, Andy has been fitted with a state of the art bionic arm that is powered by the brain. He has also received two grants from ABF: One of which paid for much needed adaptations to his bathroom, the other paying for an iPad to help Andy search for a job despite nerve damage to his remaining hand making it very difficult to use a pen.

    This aid clearly made a big difference to Andy’s life at a time when he needed it the most, and he described the charity as: ‘a cushion for our soldiers and veterans who may not have any stability and need help. The charity relieves so much stress; they are simply there to help those in need.’

    At Giveacar we are hoping to raise more money to help soldiers like Andy through our partnership with ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. Check out their website for more information, or if you’d like to donate a car to their cause, fill in the donation form here.

    Lastly, check out this video for The Soldiers’ Charity ‘Big Curry’ event, which is a great way to host a curry evening and raise some money for the charity!

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    ABF The Soldiers’ Charity!


    Giveacar have been working with ABF for over 4 years as they were one of the first charities to register with us, but we wanted to take the time to celebrate the important work that they do for soldiers, veterans and their families alike.

    ABF Logo

    ABF was founded as the ‘Army Benevolent Fund’ in 1944 due to a need for a national army support charity, brought on by the impact of both World Wars. For over 70 years ABF have offered financial assistance in various forms to soldiers and their families when in need. This financial support can include:

    Annuities: Supplementing the pensions of older veterans or their widows.

    Bursaries: To help finance education or training.

    Care Home Fees: Top-up grants where local authority grants are insufficient.

    Holiday Schemes: Over 200 army families a year will benefit from a stress relieving break.

    Special Funds: Special assistance for those involved in operations in Northern Ireland, Falklands and the Gulf War.

    General Needs: These can be given for various purposes where a clear need is seen, such as mobility aids.

    Current Operation Funds: Funds that are specifically directed to injured soldiers or families of those killed during service in Iraq or Afghanistan.

    ABF also give grants to a number of other charities who compliment the work that they do.

    Andy Garthwaite

    We’d like to talk a little about Andy, whose image adorns our homepage banner. Andy was serving in Iraq in 2010 when his unit came under heavy fire. In helping his unit Andy lost his right arm to a rocket propelled grenade. Due to the brave and rapid actions of his team Andy was removed by helicopter only 10 minutes later and this undoubtedly saved his life.

    Some years down the road to recovery, Andy has been fitted with a state of the art bionic arm that is powered by the brain. He has also received two grants from ABF: One of which paid for much needed adaptations to his bathroom, the other paying for an iPad to help Andy search for a job despite nerve damage to his remaining hand making it very difficult to use a pen.

    This aid clearly made a big difference to Andy’s life at a time when he needed it the most, and he described the charity as: ‘a cushion for our soldiers and veterans who may not have any stability and need help. The charity relieves so much stress; they are simply there to help those in need.’

    At Giveacar we are hoping to raise more money to help soldiers like Andy through our partnership with ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. Check out their website for more information, or if you’d like to donate a car to their cause, fill in the donation form here.

    Lastly, check out this video for The Soldiers’ Charity ‘Big Curry’ event, which is a great way to host a curry evening and raise some money for the charity!

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    ABF The Soldiers’ Charity!


    Giveacar have been working with ABF for over 4 years as they were one of the first charities to register with us, but we wanted to take the time to celebrate the important work that they do for soldiers, veterans and their families alike.

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    ABF was founded as the ‘Army Benevolent Fund’ in 1944 due to a need for a national army support charity, brought on by the impact of both World Wars. For over 70 years ABF have offered financial assistance in various forms to soldiers and their families when in need. This financial support can include:

    Annuities: Supplementing the pensions of older veterans or their widows.

    Bursaries: To help finance education or training.

    Care Home Fees: Top-up grants where local authority grants are insufficient.

    Holiday Schemes: Over 200 army families a year will benefit from a stress relieving break.

    Special Funds: Special assistance for those involved in operations in Northern Ireland, Falklands and the Gulf War.

    General Needs: These can be given for various purposes where a clear need is seen, such as mobility aids.

    Current Operation Funds: Funds that are specifically directed to injured soldiers or families of those killed during service in Iraq or Afghanistan.

    ABF also give grants to a number of other charities who compliment the work that they do.

    Andy Garthwaite

    We’d like to talk a little about Andy, whose image adorns our homepage banner. Andy was serving in Iraq in 2010 when his unit came under heavy fire. In helping his unit Andy lost his right arm to a rocket propelled grenade. Due to the brave and rapid actions of his team Andy was removed by helicopter only 10 minutes later and this undoubtedly saved his life.

    Some years down the road to recovery, Andy has been fitted with a state of the art bionic arm that is powered by the brain. He has also received two grants from ABF: One of which paid for much needed adaptations to his bathroom, the other paying for an iPad to help Andy search for a job despite nerve damage to his remaining hand making it very difficult to use a pen.

    This aid clearly made a big difference to Andy’s life at a time when he needed it the most, and he described the charity as: ‘a cushion for our soldiers and veterans who may not have any stability and need help. The charity relieves so much stress; they are simply there to help those in need.’

    At Giveacar we are hoping to raise more money to help soldiers like Andy through our partnership with ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. Check out their website for more information, or if you’d like to donate a car to their cause, fill in the donation form here.

    Lastly, check out this video for The Soldiers’ Charity ‘Big Curry’ event, which is a great way to host a curry evening and raise some money for the charity!

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    ABF The Soldiers’ Charity!


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    ABF Logo

    ABF was founded as the ‘Army Benevolent Fund’ in 1944 due to a need for a national army support charity, brought on by the impact of both World Wars. For over 70 years ABF have offered financial assistance in various forms to soldiers and their families when in need. This financial support can include:

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    Bursaries: To help finance education or training.

    Care Home Fees: Top-up grants where local authority grants are insufficient.

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    Some years down the road to recovery, Andy has been fitted with a state of the art bionic arm that is powered by the brain. He has also received two grants from ABF: One of which paid for much needed adaptations to his bathroom, the other paying for an iPad to help Andy search for a job despite nerve damage to his remaining hand making it very difficult to use a pen.

    This aid clearly made a big difference to Andy’s life at a time when he needed it the most, and he described the charity as: ‘a cushion for our soldiers and veterans who may not have any stability and need help. The charity relieves so much stress; they are simply there to help those in need.’

    At Giveacar we are hoping to raise more money to help soldiers like Andy through our partnership with ABF The Soldiers’ Charity. Check out their website for more information, or if you’d like to donate a car to their cause, fill in the donation form here.

    Lastly, check out this video for The Soldiers’ Charity ‘Big Curry’ event, which is a great way to host a curry evening and raise some money for the charity!

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    18

    Introducing the UK’s No1 Recycling Directory

    By admin

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    Recycleaid Website

    Give a car is excited to be featured in a brand new recycling directory that has just been launched this month. RecycleAid is a new initiative that brings like-minded companies and people together in one place. Searching the internet to find a recycling company that handles a specific type of waste can be quite a tedious thing to do, so by using this brand new portal one search does it all. The aim of this brand new website is to connect people, not just on a business to business level but on a personal level too.

    Everything from recycling a battery to a whole car or van can be found in one quick search and that’s not all, the owners of the website have also created a blog space where you can read loads of information on recycling related issues. If you have a great story on the subject or just want to write about an environmental issue that you feel strongly about then you can use the blog pages to post your story and have your say.

    RecycleAid invites users to search its database to find companies and charitable organisations that are actively involved in recycling all manner of waste streams. If you are a recycling company or work for one and would like to be featured on the website then contact them direct to be included.

    If you are a charity or not for profit organisation that is actively using recycling of any waste stream to generate much needed funds then you are also welcome to join.

    The recently launched website is still in its infancy and is looking to add new companies on a daily basis, it won’t take long before it is fully populated and the will be the only place you need to be for all things recycling.

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    Give a car is excited to be featured in a brand new recycling directory that has just been launched this month. RecycleAid is a new initiative that brings like-minded companies and people together in one place. Searching the internet to find a recycling company that handles a specific type of waste can be quite a tedious thing to do, so by using this brand new portal one search does it all. The aim of this brand new website is to connect people, not just on a business to business level but on a personal level too.

    Everything from recycling a battery to a whole car or van can be found in one quick search and that’s not all, the owners of the website have also created a blog space where you can read loads of information on recycling related issues. If you have a great story on the subject or just want to write about an environmental issue that you feel strongly about then you can use the blog pages to post your story and have your say.

    RecycleAid invites users to search its database to find companies and charitable organisations that are actively involved in recycling all manner of waste streams. If you are a recycling company or work for one and would like to be featured on the website then contact them direct to be included.

    If you are a charity or not for profit organisation that is actively using recycling of any waste stream to generate much needed funds then you are also welcome to join.

    The recently launched website is still in its infancy and is looking to add new companies on a daily basis, it won’t take long before it is fully populated and the will be the only place you need to be for all things recycling.

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    Everything from recycling a battery to a whole car or van can be found in one quick search and that’s not all, the owners of the website have also created a blog space where you can read loads of information on recycling related issues. If you have a great story on the subject or just want to write about an environmental issue that you feel strongly about then you can use the blog pages to post your story and have your say.

    RecycleAid invites users to search its database to find companies and charitable organisations that are actively involved in recycling all manner of waste streams. If you are a recycling company or work for one and would like to be featured on the website then contact them direct to be included.

    If you are a charity or not for profit organisation that is actively using recycling of any waste stream to generate much needed funds then you are also welcome to join.

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    If you are a charity or not for profit organisation that is actively using recycling of any waste stream to generate much needed funds then you are also welcome to join.

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    9

    Driving donations to fight for every heartbeat

    By admin

    Here at Giveacar we are very pleased to announce our new featured charity partnership with the British Heart Foundation! The work that BHF do, and specifically the research element, have resulted in life-changing breakthroughs for heart disease detection and prevention and come with huge funding implications. We felt that a celebration of the work they do, as well as the relationship we have enjoyed to date, would be a great way to start ...

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    BHF


    Heart Matters at BHF

    Most people know that the BHF are the number one heart charity in the UK, and that they offer advice and community support to those who live with heart disease in one form or another. What is less well known is that they have pioneered some of the most important breakthroughs in heart-based medical science! Did you know that:

    BHF funding resulted in the UK’s first pacemaker implant in 1961.
    BHF funding helped lead to the first UK heart transplant operation in 1968.
    • In 1976, BHF professor Michael Davies proved that blood-clots are the key cause of heart attacks, paving the way for new treatments such as thrombolytic medicines that are used to treat heart attacks.


    BHF
    BHF funding led to the UK's first pacemaker implant in 1961


    It is clear to see that BHF funding and research has been instrumental in the development of our understanding of heart disease and how it might be treated. It also becomes clear that what they do is incredibly important, with world-class doctors, scientists and volunteers alike fighting for every heartbeat! Some of the work they are currently engaged in shows how their research has developed; looking at ways to regenerate damaged heart muscle even after a heart attack has taken place.


    Mending Broken Hearts

    Giveacar were honoured to be invited to The BHF Centre of Regenerative Medicine at Imperial College, London earlier this year. This was an opportunity to meet with some of the scientists conducting ground-breaking research on how to repair damage caused by heart attacks, by growing new heart muscle cells and ultimately searching for a cure for heart failure. This research conducted at Imperial College has been funded by a £2.5 million investment by the BHF.


    BHF
    A BHF research centre laboratory


    Headed up by Professor Sian Harding, the team are growing heart muscle cells from stem cells that can potentially be grafted onto damaged hearts. It was deeply impressive work to experience first-hand, and rewarding to see what Giveacar donations can help to fund!



    Footage of a beating heart cell under a microscope


    Giveacar and BHF

    We are proud to have been working with the BHF since very early on in the life of Giveacar. The first BHF car donation came in February 2010, only a month after Tom Chance founded our car donation service. Now in July 2014 we are closing in on £30,000 raised! This means that Giveacar donors could have funded a BHF research project for up to 4 months, including salaries for research staff, laboratory equipment and materials! Help us to continue donating to the biggest independent funder of heart research in the UK.


    BHF


    Heart disease affects everyone: from mums and dads to grandparents and young children. If you would like to donate a car to British Heart Foundation please call Giveacar on 02077364242 or visit http://giveacar.co.uk/charities/british-heart-foundation.


    BHF have a Heart Helpline staffed by Cardiac Nurses and Heart Health Advisors which is open Monday-Friday, 9-5 so call them on 03003303311.


    For further information on the BHF and the work they do, visit www.bhf.org.uk


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    Here at Giveacar we are very pleased to announce our new featured charity partnership with the British Heart Foundation!

    The work that BHF do, and specifically the research element, have resulted in life-changing breakthroughs for heart disease detection and prevention and come with huge funding implications. We felt that a celebration of the work they do, as well as the relationship we have enjoyed to date, would be a great way to start


    BHF


    Heart Matters at BHF

    Most people know that the BHF are the number one heart charity in the UK, and that they offer advice and community support to those who live with heart disease in one form or another. What is less well known is that they have pioneered some of the most important breakthroughs in heart-based medical science! Did you know that:

    BHF funding resulted in the UK’s first pacemaker implant in 1961.

    BHF funding helped lead to the first UK heart transplant operation in 1968.

    • In 1976, BHF professor Michael Davies proved that blood-clots are the key cause of heart attacks, paving the way for new treatments such as thrombolytic medicines that are used to treat heart attacks.


    BHF

    BHF funding led to the UK's first pacemaker implant in 1961


    It is clear to see that BHF funding and research has been instrumental in the development of our understanding of heart disease and how it might be treated. It also becomes clear that what they do is incredibly important, with world-class doctors, scientists and volunteers alike fighting for every heartbeat! Some of the work they are currently engaged in shows how their research has developed; looking at ways to regenerate damaged heart muscle even after a heart attack has taken place.


    Mending Broken Hearts

    Giveacar were honoured to be invited to The BHF Centre of Regenerative Medicine at Imperial College, London earlier this year. This was an opportunity to meet with some of the scientists conducting ground-breaking research on how to repair damage caused by heart attacks, by growing new heart muscle cells and ultimately searching for a cure for heart failure. This research conducted at Imperial College has been funded by a £2.5 million investment by the BHF.


    BHF

    A BHF research centre laboratory


    Headed up by Professor Sian Harding, the team are growing heart muscle cells from stem cells that can potentially be grafted onto damaged hearts. It was deeply impressive work to experience first-hand, and rewarding to see what Giveacar donations can help to fund!




    Footage of a beating heart cell under a microscope



    Giveacar and BHF

    We are proud to have been working with the BHF since very early on in the life of Giveacar. The first BHF car donation came in February 2010, only a month after Tom Chance founded our car donation service. Now in July 2014 we are closing in on £30,000 raised! This means that Giveacar donors could have funded a BHF research project for up to 4 months, including salaries for research staff, laboratory equipment and materials! Help us to continue donating to the biggest independent funder of heart research in the UK.


    BHF


    Heart disease affects everyone: from mums and dads to grandparents and young children. If you would like to donate a car to British Heart Foundation please call Giveacar on 02077364242 or visit http://giveacar.co.uk/charities/british-heart-foundation.


    BHF have a Heart Helpline staffed by Cardiac Nurses and Heart Health Advisors which is open Monday-Friday, 9-5 so call them on 03003303311.


    For further information on the BHF and the work they do, visit www.bhf.org.uk


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    The work that BHF do, and specifically the research element, have resulted in life-changing breakthroughs for heart disease detection and prevention and come with huge funding implications. We felt that a celebration of the work they do, as well as the relationship we have enjoyed to date, would be a great way to start


    BHF


    Heart Matters at BHF

    Most people know that the BHF are the number one heart charity in the UK, and that they offer advice and community support to those who live with heart disease in one form or another. What is less well known is that they have pioneered some of the most important breakthroughs in heart-based medical science! Did you know that:

    BHF funding resulted in the UK’s first pacemaker implant in 1961.
    BHF funding helped lead to the first UK heart transplant operation in 1968.
    • In 1976, BHF professor Michael Davies proved that blood-clots are the key cause of heart attacks, paving the way for new treatments such as thrombolytic medicines that are used to treat heart attacks.


    BHF
    BHF funding led to the UK's first pacemaker implant in 1961


    It is clear to see that BHF funding and research has been instrumental in the development of our understanding of heart disease and how it might be treated. It also becomes clear that what they do is incredibly important, with world-class doctors, scientists and volunteers alike fighting for every heartbeat! Some of the work they are currently engaged in shows how their research has developed; looking at ways to regenerate damaged heart muscle even after a heart attack has taken place.


    Mending Broken Hearts

    Giveacar were honoured to be invited to The BHF Centre of Regenerative Medicine at Imperial College, London earlier this year. This was an opportunity to meet with some of the scientists conducting ground-breaking research on how to repair damage caused by heart attacks, by growing new heart muscle cells and ultimately searching for a cure for heart failure. This research conducted at Imperial College has been funded by a £2.5 million investment by the BHF.


    BHF
    A BHF research centre laboratory


    Headed up by Professor Sian Harding, the team are growing heart muscle cells from stem cells that can potentially be grafted onto damaged hearts. It was deeply impressive work to experience first-hand, and rewarding to see what Giveacar donations can help to fund!



    Footage of a beating heart cell under a microscope


    Giveacar and BHF

    We are proud to have been working with the BHF since very early on in the life of Giveacar. The first BHF car donation came in February 2010, only a month after Tom Chance founded our car donation service. Now in July 2014 we are closing in on £30,000 raised! This means that Giveacar donors could have funded a BHF research project for up to 4 months, including salaries for research staff, laboratory equipment and materials! Help us to continue donating to the biggest independent funder of heart research in the UK.


    BHF


    Heart disease affects everyone: from mums and dads to grandparents and young children. If you would like to donate a car to British Heart Foundation please call Giveacar on 02077364242 or visit http://giveacar.co.uk/charities/british-heart-foundation.


    BHF have a Heart Helpline staffed by Cardiac Nurses and Heart Health Advisors which is open Monday-Friday, 9-5 so call them on 03003303311.


    For further information on the BHF and the work they do, visit www.bhf.org.uk


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    The work that BHF do, and specifically the research element, have resulted in life-changing breakthroughs for heart disease detection and prevention and come with huge funding implications. We felt that a celebration of the work they do, as well as the relationship we have enjoyed to date, would be a great way to start


    BHF


    Heart Matters at BHF

    Most people know that the BHF are the number one heart charity in the UK, and that they offer advice and community support to those who live with heart disease in one form or another. What is less well known is that they have pioneered some of the most important breakthroughs in heart-based medical science! Did you know that:

    BHF funding resulted in the UK’s first pacemaker implant in 1961.

    BHF funding helped lead to the first UK heart transplant operation in 1968.

    • In 1976, BHF professor Michael Davies proved that blood-clots are the key cause of heart attacks, paving the way for new treatments such as thrombolytic medicines that are used to treat heart attacks.


    BHF

    BHF funding led to the UK's first pacemaker implant in 1961


    It is clear to see that BHF funding and research has been instrumental in the development of our understanding of heart disease and how it might be treated. It also becomes clear that what they do is incredibly important, with world-class doctors, scientists and volunteers alike fighting for every heartbeat! Some of the work they are currently engaged in shows how their research has developed; looking at ways to regenerate damaged heart muscle even after a heart attack has taken place.


    Mending Broken Hearts

    Giveacar were honoured to be invited to The BHF Centre of Regenerative Medicine at Imperial College, London earlier this year. This was an opportunity to meet with some of the scientists conducting ground-breaking research on how to repair damage caused by heart attacks, by growing new heart muscle cells and ultimately searching for a cure for heart failure. This research conducted at Imperial College has been funded by a £2.5 million investment by the BHF.


    BHF

    A BHF research centre laboratory


    Headed up by Professor Sian Harding, the team are growing heart muscle cells from stem cells that can potentially be grafted onto damaged hearts. It was deeply impressive work to experience first-hand, and rewarding to see what Giveacar donations can help to fund!




    Footage of a beating heart cell under a microscope



    Giveacar and BHF

    We are proud to have been working with the BHF since very early on in the life of Giveacar. The first BHF car donation came in February 2010, only a month after Tom Chance founded our car donation service. Now in July 2014 we are closing in on £30,000 raised! This means that Giveacar donors could have funded a BHF research project for up to 4 months, including salaries for research staff, laboratory equipment and materials! Help us to continue donating to the biggest independent funder of heart research in the UK.


    BHF


    Heart disease affects everyone: from mums and dads to grandparents and young children. If you would like to donate a car to British Heart Foundation please call Giveacar on 02077364242 or visit http://giveacar.co.uk/charities/british-heart-foundation.


    BHF have a Heart Helpline staffed by Cardiac Nurses and Heart Health Advisors which is open Monday-Friday, 9-5 so call them on 03003303311.


    For further information on the BHF and the work they do, visit www.bhf.org.uk


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    The work that BHF do, and specifically the research element, have resulted in life-changing breakthroughs for heart disease detection and prevention and come with huge funding implications. We felt that a celebration of the work they do, as well as the relationship we have enjoyed to date, would be a great way to start


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    What one old car can actually do!

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    Charities

    On average, every scrap car donation that Givecar receives raises a fantastic £100 for a UK charity! But what does that actually mean for the wonderful causes that our Giveacar donors support? Here are some facts and figures about just a few of our partner charities that demonstrate the wonderful things your old and used cars can do ...

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    Here are some facts and figures about just a few of our partner charities that demonstrate the wonderful things your old and used cars can do:

    Stroke Association-One car can buy four specialist sets of cutlery to help four stroke survivors regain their independence!
    Stroke Association
    Home Start-One car can help support a four families in crisis for a week!
    Home Start
    Hillside Animal Sanctuary-One car can buy 25 bales of hay for rescued animals!
    Hillside Animal Sanctuary
    Keep a Child Alive-One car can buy four months worth of the essential HIV care and treatment necessary to keep a child or adult with HIV healthy and alive!
    Keep a Child Alive
    Kidney Research UK-One car can pay for ten hours research for a non-clinical student researching better treatments into kidney disease!
    Kidney Research UK
    Book Aid International-One car can send 50 books to a slum library!
    Book Aid International
    Adoption UK-One car can enable an adoptive parent to attend a specialised training course!
    Adoption UK
    Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research-One car can support a PhD student for one day to conduct vital research. Supporting PhD students ensures the future of cutting edge UK cancer research!

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    But what does that actually mean for the wonderful causes that our Giveacar donors support?

    Here are some facts and figures about just a few of our partner charities that demonstrate the wonderful things your old and used cars can do:




    Stroke Association-One car can buy four specialist sets of cutlery to help four stroke survivors regain their independence!

    Stroke Association

    Home Start-One car can help support a four families in crisis for a week!

    Home Start

    Hillside Animal Sanctuary-One car can buy 25 bales of hay for rescued animals!

    Hillside Animal Sanctuary

    Keep a Child Alive-One car can buy four months worth of the essential HIV care and treatment necessary to keep a child or adult with HIV healthy and alive!

    Keep a Child Alive

    Kidney Research UK-One car can pay for ten hours research for a non-clinical student researching better treatments into kidney disease!

    Kidney Research UK

    Book Aid International-One car can send 50 books to a slum library!

    Book Aid International

    Adoption UK-One car can enable an adoptive parent to attend a specialised training course!

    Adoption UK

    Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research-One car can support a PhD student for one day to conduct vital research. Supporting PhD students ensures the future of cutting edge UK cancer research!




    What could your old car do? Find out by calling 0207 736 4242 or by filling out our online form!

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    Here are some facts and figures about just a few of our partner charities that demonstrate the wonderful things your old and used cars can do:

    Stroke Association-One car can buy four specialist sets of cutlery to help four stroke survivors regain their independence!
    Stroke Association
    Home Start-One car can help support a four families in crisis for a week!
    Home Start
    Hillside Animal Sanctuary-One car can buy 25 bales of hay for rescued animals!
    Hillside Animal Sanctuary
    Keep a Child Alive-One car can buy four months worth of the essential HIV care and treatment necessary to keep a child or adult with HIV healthy and alive!
    Keep a Child Alive
    Kidney Research UK-One car can pay for ten hours research for a non-clinical student researching better treatments into kidney disease!
    Kidney Research UK
    Book Aid International-One car can send 50 books to a slum library!
    Book Aid International
    Adoption UK-One car can enable an adoptive parent to attend a specialised training course!
    Adoption UK
    Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research-One car can support a PhD student for one day to conduct vital research. Supporting PhD students ensures the future of cutting edge UK cancer research!

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    But what does that actually mean for the wonderful causes that our Giveacar donors support?

    Here are some facts and figures about just a few of our partner charities that demonstrate the wonderful things your old and used cars can do:




    Stroke Association-One car can buy four specialist sets of cutlery to help four stroke survivors regain their independence!

    Stroke Association

    Home Start-One car can help support a four families in crisis for a week!

    Home Start

    Hillside Animal Sanctuary-One car can buy 25 bales of hay for rescued animals!

    Hillside Animal Sanctuary

    Keep a Child Alive-One car can buy four months worth of the essential HIV care and treatment necessary to keep a child or adult with HIV healthy and alive!

    Keep a Child Alive

    Kidney Research UK-One car can pay for ten hours research for a non-clinical student researching better treatments into kidney disease!

    Kidney Research UK

    Book Aid International-One car can send 50 books to a slum library!

    Book Aid International

    Adoption UK-One car can enable an adoptive parent to attend a specialised training course!

    Adoption UK

    Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research-One car can support a PhD student for one day to conduct vital research. Supporting PhD students ensures the future of cutting edge UK cancer research!




    What could your old car do? Find out by calling 0207 736 4242 or by filling out our online form!

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    But what does that actually mean for the wonderful causes that our Giveacar donors support?

    Here are some facts and figures about just a few of our partner charities that demonstrate the wonderful things your old and used cars can do:

    Stroke Association-One car can buy four specialist sets of cutlery to help four stroke survivors regain their independence!
    Stroke Association
    Home Start-One car can help support a four families in crisis for a week!
    Home Start
    Hillside Animal Sanctuary-One car can buy 25 bales of hay for rescued animals!
    Hillside Animal Sanctuary
    Keep a Child Alive-One car can buy four months worth of the essential HIV care and treatment necessary to keep a child or adult with HIV healthy and alive!
    Keep a Child Alive
    Kidney Research UK-One car can pay for ten hours research for a non-clinical student researching better treatments into kidney disease!
    Kidney Research UK
    Book Aid International-One car can send 50 books to a slum library!
    Book Aid International
    Adoption UK-One car can enable an adoptive parent to attend a specialised training course!
    Adoption UK
    Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research-One car can support a PhD student for one day to conduct vital research. Supporting PhD students ensures the future of cutting edge UK cancer research!

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    On average, every scrap car donation that Givecar receives raises a fantastic £100 for a UK charity!
    But what does that actually mean for the wonderful causes that our Giveacar donors support?

    Here are some facts and figures about just a few of our partner charities that demonstrate the wonderful things your old and used cars can do:




    Stroke Association-One car can buy four specialist sets of cutlery to help four stroke survivors regain their independence!

    Stroke Association

    Home Start-One car can help support a four families in crisis for a week!

    Home Start

    Hillside Animal Sanctuary-One car can buy 25 bales of hay for rescued animals!

    Hillside Animal Sanctuary

    Keep a Child Alive-One car can buy four months worth of the essential HIV care and treatment necessary to keep a child or adult with HIV healthy and alive!

    Keep a Child Alive

    Kidney Research UK-One car can pay for ten hours research for a non-clinical student researching better treatments into kidney disease!

    Kidney Research UK

    Book Aid International-One car can send 50 books to a slum library!

    Book Aid International

    Adoption UK-One car can enable an adoptive parent to attend a specialised training course!

    Adoption UK

    Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research-One car can support a PhD student for one day to conduct vital research. Supporting PhD students ensures the future of cutting edge UK cancer research!




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    Children in Need - Help us Reach our Target of 50 Cars!

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    The BBC Children in Need appeal night is coming up on the 15th November, and we’ve launched an exciting campaign to help raise money for it.

    We want to reach a target of 50 cars by 15th November, and you could help us do this! Just call up, donate your old, unused cars to us and name Children in Need as the charity you want to donate to.

    On the night of the appeal we will even keep our office and phone lines open to keep receiving donations whilst Children in Need are live on air.

    Giveacar offers the British public a unique way of contributing to the Children in Need appeal aside from donating cash. If you have an old or unused car sitting in your drive, why not give us a call and donate it today rather than paying someone to get it scrapped? We take away and scrap/auction your car for free, and at the same time you are donating to a worthy cause!

    Children in Need are such a great charity, helping fund projects all over the UK dedicated to empowering children and giving them equal opportunities in life. Last year we raised £7300 for the charity, and in 2013 we want to TOP THAT!

    Please be a hero and help us make it happen!

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    On the night of the appeal we will even keep our office and phone lines open to keep receiving donations whilst Children in Need are live on air.

    Giveacar offers the British public a unique way of contributing to the Children in Need appeal aside from donating cash. If you have an old or unused car sitting in your drive, why not give us a call and donate it today rather than paying someone to get it scrapped? We take away and scrap/auction your car for free, and at the same time you are donating to a worthy cause!

    Children in Need are such a great charity, helping fund projects all over the UK dedicated to empowering children and giving them equal opportunities in life. Last year we raised £7300 for the charity, and in 2013 we want to TOP THAT!

    Please be a hero and help us make it happen!
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    On the night of the appeal we will even keep our office and phone lines open to keep receiving donations whilst Children in Need are live on air.

    Giveacar offers the British public a unique way of contributing to the Children in Need appeal aside from donating cash. If you have an old or unused car sitting in your drive, why not give us a call and donate it today rather than paying someone to get it scrapped? We take away and scrap/auction your car for free, and at the same time you are donating to a worthy cause!

    Children in Need are such a great charity, helping fund projects all over the UK dedicated to empowering children and giving them equal opportunities in life. Last year we raised £7300 for the charity, and in 2013 we want to TOP THAT!

    Please be a hero and help us make it happen!

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    We want to reach a target of 50 cars by 15th November, and you could help us do this! Just call up, donate your old, unused cars to us and name Children in Need as the charity you want to donate to.
    On the night of the appeal we will even keep our office and phone lines open to keep receiving donations whilst Children in Need are live on air.

    Giveacar offers the British public a unique way of contributing to the Children in Need appeal aside from donating cash. If you have an old or unused car sitting in your drive, why not give us a call and donate it today rather than paying someone to get it scrapped? We take away and scrap/auction your car for free, and at the same time you are donating to a worthy cause!

    Children in Need are such a great charity, helping fund projects all over the UK dedicated to empowering children and giving them equal opportunities in life. Last year we raised £7300 for the charity, and in 2013 we want to TOP THAT!

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    9

    Tommy's - Giveacar's new featured charity!

    By admin

    About Giveacar Charities

    Everybody knows someone who has been affected by stillbirth, miscarriage or premature birth. One in four women experience complications during pregnancy or birth; a startling statistic. ...

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    Everybody knows someone who has been affected by stillbirth, miscarriage or premature birth. One in four women experience complications during pregnancy or birth; a startling statistic.


    Giveacar has teamed up with Tommy’s, the fantastic charity that was set up to fund research and prevention of pregnancy complications. Tommy’s takes its name from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London, where two obstetricians founded the charity in 1992. Driven by a frustration at the lack of research into these common problems, funding and support was gathered and Tommy’s was born!



    Now, over 20 years on the charity is the UK leader in pregnancy and birth complication research with 3 research centres across the country. The costs of developing such an effective research program are very high, which is where Giveacar comes in!



    Giveacar has been working with Tommy’s since 2010, and through the disposal of old and unwanted cars we have raised over £3,000 for the charity. These cars have been kindly donated from all over the country; from London to Aberdeen! Funds raised by each car has ranged from £50-£350 but every donation helps Tommy’s with their vital research. We would love to raise further funds for what we feel is a charitable cause close to so many people’s hearts.


    Tommy’s has been chosen as the official charity partner for the Scumrun 2014, a 4 day charity rally across Europe with a view to raising £100,000. Would it not be a fantastic idea if the £500 vehicles were donated through Giveacar at the end of the race? Just another way for competitors to help Tommy’s reach their target. Who knows, maybe Giveacar will be entering a team for this epic jaunt across the continent and if you'd like to enter too, you can sign up at www.tommys.org/scumrun.



    To donate an old car to Tommy’s through Giveacar, please call us on 02077364242 or visit www.giveacar.co.uk/donate to complete the online form, mentioning Tommy’s as your chosen charity. To read more about the fantastic work that Tommy's do visit their site at www.tommys.org.

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    Now, over 20 years on the charity is the UK leader in pregnancy and birth complication research with 3 research centres across the country. The costs of developing such an effective research program are very high, which is where Giveacar comes in!




    Giveacar has been working with Tommy’s since 2010, and through the disposal of old and unwanted cars we have raised over £3,000 for the charity. These cars have been kindly donated from all over the country; from London to Aberdeen! Funds raised by each car has ranged from £50-£350 but every donation helps Tommy’s with their vital research. We would love to raise further funds for what we feel is a charitable cause close to so many people’s hearts.


    Tommy’s has been chosen as the official charity partner for the Scumrun 2014, a 4 day charity rally across Europe with a view to raising £100,000. Would it not be a fantastic idea if the £500 vehicles were donated through Giveacar at the end of the race? Just another way for competitors to help Tommy’s reach their target. Who knows, maybe Giveacar will be entering a team for this epic jaunt across the continent and if you'd like to enter too, you can sign up at www.tommys.org/scumrun.



    To donate an old car to Tommy’s through Giveacar, please call us on 02077364242 or visit www.giveacar.co.uk/donate to complete the online form, mentioning Tommy’s as your chosen charity. To read more about the fantastic work that Tommy's do visit their site at www.tommys.org.

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    Giveacar has teamed up with Tommy’s, the fantastic charity that was set up to fund research and prevention of pregnancy complications. Tommy’s takes its name from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London, where two obstetricians founded the charity in 1992. Driven by a frustration at the lack of research into these common problems, funding and support was gathered and Tommy’s was born!



    Now, over 20 years on the charity is the UK leader in pregnancy and birth complication research with 3 research centres across the country. The costs of developing such an effective research program are very high, which is where Giveacar comes in!



    Giveacar has been working with Tommy’s since 2010, and through the disposal of old and unwanted cars we have raised over £3,000 for the charity. These cars have been kindly donated from all over the country; from London to Aberdeen! Funds raised by each car has ranged from £50-£350 but every donation helps Tommy’s with their vital research. We would love to raise further funds for what we feel is a charitable cause close to so many people’s hearts.


    Tommy’s has been chosen as the official charity partner for the Scumrun 2014, a 4 day charity rally across Europe with a view to raising £100,000. Would it not be a fantastic idea if the £500 vehicles were donated through Giveacar at the end of the race? Just another way for competitors to help Tommy’s reach their target. Who knows, maybe Giveacar will be entering a team for this epic jaunt across the continent and if you'd like to enter too, you can sign up at www.tommys.org/scumrun.



    To donate an old car to Tommy’s through Giveacar, please call us on 02077364242 or visit www.giveacar.co.uk/donate to complete the online form, mentioning Tommy’s as your chosen charity. To read more about the fantastic work that Tommy's do visit their site at www.tommys.org.

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    Now, over 20 years on the charity is the UK leader in pregnancy and birth complication research with 3 research centres across the country. The costs of developing such an effective research program are very high, which is where Giveacar comes in!




    Giveacar has been working with Tommy’s since 2010, and through the disposal of old and unwanted cars we have raised over £3,000 for the charity. These cars have been kindly donated from all over the country; from London to Aberdeen! Funds raised by each car has ranged from £50-£350 but every donation helps Tommy’s with their vital research. We would love to raise further funds for what we feel is a charitable cause close to so many people’s hearts.


    Tommy’s has been chosen as the official charity partner for the Scumrun 2014, a 4 day charity rally across Europe with a view to raising £100,000. Would it not be a fantastic idea if the £500 vehicles were donated through Giveacar at the end of the race? Just another way for competitors to help Tommy’s reach their target. Who knows, maybe Giveacar will be entering a team for this epic jaunt across the continent and if you'd like to enter too, you can sign up at www.tommys.org/scumrun.



    To donate an old car to Tommy’s through Giveacar, please call us on 02077364242 or visit www.giveacar.co.uk/donate to complete the online form, mentioning Tommy’s as your chosen charity. To read more about the fantastic work that Tommy's do visit their site at www.tommys.org.

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    Giveacar has teamed up with Tommy’s, the fantastic charity that was set up to fund research and prevention of pregnancy complications. Tommy’s takes its name from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London, where two obstetricians founded the charity in 1992. Driven by a frustration at the lack of research into these common problems, funding and support was gathered and Tommy’s was born!



    Now, over 20 years on the charity is the UK leader in pregnancy and birth complication research with 3 research centres across the country. The costs of developing such an effective research program are very high, which is where Giveacar comes in!



    Giveacar has been working with Tommy’s since 2010, and through the disposal of old and unwanted cars we have raised over £3,000 for the charity. These cars have been kindly donated from all over the country; from London to Aberdeen! Funds raised by each car has ranged from £50-£350 but every donation helps Tommy’s with their vital research. We would love to raise further funds for what we feel is a charitable cause close to so many people’s hearts.


    Tommy’s has been chosen as the official charity partner for the Scumrun 2014, a 4 day charity rally across Europe with a view to raising £100,000. Would it not be a fantastic idea if the £500 vehicles were donated through Giveacar at the end of the race? Just another way for competitors to help Tommy’s reach their target. Who knows, maybe Giveacar will be entering a team for this epic jaunt across the continent and if you'd like to enter too, you can sign up at www.tommys.org/scumrun.



    To donate an old car to Tommy’s through Giveacar, please call us on 02077364242 or visit www.giveacar.co.uk/donate to complete the online form, mentioning Tommy’s as your chosen charity. To read more about the fantastic work that Tommy's do visit their site at www.tommys.org.

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    Everybody knows someone who has been affected by stillbirth, miscarriage or premature birth. One in four women experience complications during pregnancy or birth; a startling statistic.


    Giveacar has teamed up with Tommy’s, the fantastic charity that was set up to fund research and prevention of pregnancy complications. Tommy’s takes its name from Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital in London, where two obstetricians founded the charity in 1992. Driven by a frustration at the lack of research into these common problems, funding and support was gathered and Tommy’s was born!



    Now, over 20 years on the charity is the UK leader in pregnancy and birth complication research with 3 research centres across the country. The costs of developing such an effective research program are very high, which is where Giveacar comes in!




    Giveacar has been working with Tommy’s since 2010, and through the disposal of old and unwanted cars we have raised over £3,000 for the charity. These cars have been kindly donated from all over the country; from London to Aberdeen! Funds raised by each car has ranged from £50-£350 but every donation helps Tommy’s with their vital research. We would love to raise further funds for what we feel is a charitable cause close to so many people’s hearts.


    Tommy’s has been chosen as the official charity partner for the Scumrun 2014, a 4 day charity rally across Europe with a view to raising £100,000. Would it not be a fantastic idea if the £500 vehicles were donated through Giveacar at the end of the race? Just another way for competitors to help Tommy’s reach their target. Who knows, maybe Giveacar will be entering a team for this epic jaunt across the continent and if you'd like to enter too, you can sign up at www.tommys.org/scumrun.



    To donate an old car to Tommy’s through Giveacar, please call us on 02077364242 or visit www.giveacar.co.uk/donate to complete the online form, mentioning Tommy’s as your chosen charity. To read more about the fantastic work that Tommy's do visit their site at www.tommys.org.

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