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Florida father who beat son's sexual abuser now wants donations

Daytona Beach - Some who applauded the Daytona Beach father who battered a man he'd allegedly caught sexually abusing his son last week are now starting to retract their praise after seeing that he later tried to capitalize off the situation via crowd sourcing.

Ozil donates World Cup winnings to help 'Brazilian kids'

Mesut Ozil decided to donate a decent chunk of his World Cup winnings to operations for 23 children in Brazil. Reports say the midfielder for Germany spent all of his winnings but have conflicting views on where the total sum ended up.

Enrique Iglesias asks fans to donate to victims of Typhoon Haiyan

Madrid - Half-Filipino Spanish superstar, Enrique Iglesias is urging his fans to donate to help the victims of the devastating typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, adding a link on his official website to the American Red Cross page.

Op-Ed: Typhoon Haiyan Day Five - 8 dead in food scramble

Tacloban - There are some reports that the death toll, from Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines, may not be as great as earlier reported but the humanitarian crisis in the Philippines continues to grow.

Channel 4 stops Help for Heroes charity donations

In a move highlighting Channel 4’s politically correct, left wing bias, it has taken steps to ensure that the ‘Help for Heroes’ charity does not accept any donations from an organisation which is against militant Islam.

U.S. Treasury Department — Americans may aid Syrian opposition

The United States government has announced that American citizens, business and banks can send money to the ragtag rebel opposition in Syria that are currently undertaking an armed struggle to oust the Assad regime.

Girl, 4, battles with Brittle Bone Disease — Family asks for help

Bella, who is 4-years-old, was born with a disease called Osteogenisis Imperfecta, which is also referred to as brittle bone disease. Bella's family is now trying to raise money to help with medical expenses.

South African orphanage 'too white' for donations

Pretoria - The Jakaranda Children's Home, a South African orphanage, said that it is losing funding due to the fact that 70 percent of its children are white.

September donations for Obama and the Democrats: $181 million

Washington - Obama and the Democratic Party have raised $181 million during September. This is the most money raised in a single month during his re-election campaign so far.

John Unger's arthritic dog Schoep undergoing laser treatments

Remember the viral photo of John Unger, floating with his elderly dog Schoep in Lake Superior? Thanks to kind donations, Schoep is now undergoing treatment for his pain. And ladies, John is actively looking for a relationship.

Op-Ed: Real heroes donate blood

Baker City - When people choose to donate blood to the American Red Cross, some give a few pints a year, while others have donated 100 pints in their lifetime. Father Julian Cassar of Saint Francis Cathedral in Baker City, Oregon is one of them.

Karen Klein abuse video: Nearly $600,000 donated to bus monitor

Hundreds of thousands of dollars had been donated by Friday to the New York bus monitor viciously taunted by seventh-graders from a middle school in the Rochester suburb of Greece aboard a bus operated by the Greece Central School District.

NGO focuses on poorest of the poor children in the Philippines

A US-based non-governmental organization (NGO) organized by a mother and daughter team in California four years ago has found fulfillment in their outreach efforts by focusing on the poorest of the poor children in slum areas of Manila.

Op-Ed: NGOs: The Parasitic Altruists

Some NGOs genuinely contribute to enhancing welfare, to the mitigation of hunger, the furtherance of human and civil rights, or the curbing of disease. Others are ideologically biased, religiously-committed and, often, at the service of special interests.

Donations for Slave Lake fire victims end up in city dump

Calgary - Dozens of boxes filled with clothing, toys and other items for the victims of the Slave Lake fire were recently discovered in a Calgary landfill site.

Harbourfront Community Centre enters Share Your Care contest Special

Toronto - The Harbourfront Community Centre in Toronto is part of the Share Your Care contest. Share Your Care is a community funding project from Evergreen and Fido to increase public green spaces for the entire community to enjoy.

PayPal blocks Wikileaks donations account

Online payment solutions provider PayPal blocked the account used by Wikileaks to collect donations. It comes just as the whistle blowing organisation suffered a set back after the wikileaks.org site had reportedly vanished from view for about six hours.

Samaritan's Purse says volunteers and donations needed in Haiti

Samaritan's Purse Canada is sending an appeal for help in combating the cholera outbreak in Haiti. Almost 600 people have died and more than 9,000 have been hospitalized.

Top charity list released for Canadians today

Toronto - Charity Intelligence released its fifth annual charity Top Picks report with 36 Canadian charities named as outstanding today ahead of the holiday season.

'Together We Can' aims to advance child health care

Toronto - Toronto's Hospital for Sick Children's new campaign "Together We Can" aims to inspire the community to come together advancing child health care through donations.

Charitiable gifts in US dropped 11 % in 2009, Canadian rose 5.2 %

While United States donations to nonprofit health care institutions fell by $944 million last year their northern neighbours in Canada rose with their donations by $56 million according to the Association for Healthcare Philanthropy (AHP).

Young boy holds garage sale to earn money for father's headstone

His dad is buried in Wilmer Cemetery, where he was laid to rest without a headstone. The non-marked grave site is unacceptable to son Blake McGinness, 9, who is willing to part with his belongings to raise money to purchase a headstone for his father.

Minute Maid gives back on 60th birthday

In 1950 the headlines rang Why Minute Maid beats any other Orange Juice you can Buy or Squeeze! Minute Maid, Canada's largest juice maker is celebrating its 60th birthday by giving to Breakfast Clubs of Canada.

Salvation Army sets up beverage station at Toronto's CNE Special

Toronto - This year the Salvation Army has a refreshment area set up at the CNE in order to get donations and to provide tired souls a spot to relax and get a drink.

Idol Gives Back helps those in need

Tonight Idol Gives Back took place during the show American Idol. The annual event has brought in over $140 million to benefit worldwide charities and across the United States. By 10 p.m. Wednesday evening EST this year's event had risen $15 million.

Telemarketers give up Van Gogh paintings, Bentleys in settlement

A New Jersey-based telemarketing firm will pay more than $18 million in a settlement case where they were accused of duping consumers' donations to pay police and firefighters.

Where have all the Haitian donations gone?

The devastating earthquake that killed an estimated 250,000, and displaced at least 1 million people in Haiti prompted an outpouring of generosity from people and businesses around the world.

Seven-Year Old Boy Raised 50,000 pounds in a day for Haiti

Charlie Simpson, a seven-year old British boy, raised 50,000 pounds in one day for the Haiti earthquake victims by cycling around a local park in London with his Dad. His efforts inspired people to donate to his 'JustGiving' Website for Haiti children.

Op-Ed: Continuing the quest of help for Haitians

There are many things that Torontonians and Canadians across this blessed land of ours can do to assist in the recovery and rebuilding of Haiti in the aftermath of last week's devastating 7.0 earthquake.

Rush Limbaugh tells America not to donate to Haiti

Rush Limbaugh told his audience not to give money to Haiti after it was hit by an earthquake. Limbaugh said the country is run by dictatorships and the U.S. has already helped it.
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