Recently I wanted to donate an old car to charity and when I looked online I selected CharityCar who made the whole process very easy

With CharityCar all you have to do is pick a charity to donate it to and choose between dropping your car off and having it collected.

The categories of charities include:

  • Children
  • Environment & Animals
  • Health
  • International Aid
  • Rescue
  • Welfare

Your chosen charity will receive 100% of the market value.

One of the scourges of the world that I abhor is bullying, especially when it affects children. Very often a child can suffer without the parents being aware of what is actually happening to their child. It is the same online as it is in the playground.

GetSafeOnline (there is a permanent link at the foot of the page) has a section dedicated to giving advice on keeping children of different age groups safe from potential dangers such as cyber-bullying and cyber-stalking. If you are a parent it may be beneficial to you to read the advice on offer.

Safeguarding Children

Other UK links:

NSPCC

Childline

International:

Childnet

In a thousand kisses
There is one that lives on,
The cherished moment
Neither dies nor fades.

In a thousand kisses there is one where the cherished moment lives on. It never dies nor fades; its recollection is banked in a secure vault.

You can take it out for a while whenever you want, but you must always put it back for safe keeping, for it is unique and priceless.

Look after it lovingly and it will always be there to give you a sweet moment on a cloudy day.

REBELLIOUS RULES BY KRISTINA GALLO

psychology, society, relations, business, sarcasm

 

 

 

 

Kristina is a Croatian blogger and indie author. Her inspirational sources are psychology and human relations.

I like what she has to say because she has the wisdom, knowledge and experience to know what she is talking about regarding human relations.

Check her out if you are interested at:  Rebellious Rules – Kristina Gallo

I have changed the link at the bottom of the page for The Captive Animals’ Protection Society (CAPS) because it is now Freedom for Animals.

Freedom for Animals began as the Captive Animals’ Protection Society in 1957 and is one of the UK’s longest-running charities working to protect animals.

Wikipedia link:  Captive Animals Protection Society

They believe all animals should live free from exploitation, harm and captivity, which is something I very strongly believe in.

 

 

Freedom for Animals

 

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