by April Humble
A lot of the shops in the west coast of Turkey are sold out of real life jackets- now that. . . . .
by Andrea King
On Saturday 27th February, I am having my head fully shaved to raise money for the 'Love of Maisy'. This. . . . .
by Paul Genesse
“Zach loved going home, because his sweet wife, Kenzie was there.” –those words are from Glenda, the mother of Zachary. . . . .
Salt Lake City, US
by Catherine Butterfield
There are up to 4,000 people living in squalid conditions in Calais, mostly men but including women, young children and. . . . .
by Claire Bender
Things don't seem to be getting any easier, and following the news recently, it doesn't appear that they will get. . . . .
by Sophie Preston
We have set this up as a memorial fund to help Jamie's family with funeral costs. As you know Jamie. . . . .
by Diana Milstein
Supporting refugees arriving in Lesbos Greece Inspired by a friend who spent 3 weeks at Christmas volunteering there, I am. . . . .
by Matthew George Mitchell
My name is Matthew Mitchell and I am an ex-pat New Zealand jazz guitarist and music teacherteacher living in Hungary.. . . . .
by Faraday Fearnside
On the 15th February Open Hearts Open Borders and One Nation are sending a container of aid from Plymouth over. . . . .
Plymouth , UK
by Tracy-Ann Peacock
Roxy had the first opportunity this year in April to attend her first Geography trip with her grade and certainly. . . . .
by Johannes Jacobi
This might be the last one!The truth about Winterclash today. I was hoping never having to do this, but here. . . . .
by Cherie Van Aswegen
My name is Cherie van Aswegen and my dream is to take part in a pageant overseas. I have been. . . . .