Donate a fancy coffee to Refuge!

Donate a fancy coffee to Refuge!

Hey, so we are back and still trash, however we are also still trying to be good people, as our content may or may not suggest, and as part of that we are continuing our monthly charity initiative where we ask our beloved readers (that’s you) to donate towards a different cause each month. In particular we ask, if you can afford it, to donate approximately the amount of just one of those expensive takeaway coffees that you know you spend too much on anyway, which is about £3 or so, although you can donate more or less. (We wouldn’t ask you to donate an actual cup of coffee to them, I’m not sure how useful that would be). You can also think of it as a meal deal, whatever suits you.

In honour of International Women’s Day, this month’s charity is Refuge, a charity which is the country’s largest single provider of specialist domestic and gender-based violence services, supporting over 6,000 women and children on any given day.

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Donate a Fancy Coffee to The British Heart Foundation!

Donate a Fancy Coffee to The British Heart Foundation!

Hey, so we are back and still trash, however we are also still trying to be good people, as our content may or may not suggest, and as part of that we are continuing our monthly charity initiative where we ask our beloved readers (that’s you) to donate towards a different cause each month. In particular we ask, if you can afford it, to donate approximately the amount of just one of those expensive takeaway coffees that you know you spend too much on anyway, which is about £3 or so, although you can donate more or less. (We wouldn’t ask you to donate an actual cup of coffee to them, I’m not sure how useful that would be). You can also think of it as a meal deal, whatever suits you.

This month’s charity is The British Heart Foundation, a charity which funds research into into all heart and circulatory diseases and the things that cause them, as well as providing support to those who are affected by heart disease.

This fundraiser is in memory of Trevor Showler, who passed away last year.

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Donate a fancy coffee to Mind!

Donate a fancy coffee to Mind!

Hey, so we are back and still trash, however we are also still trying to be good people, as our content may or may not suggest, and as part of that we are continuing our monthly charity initiative where we ask our beloved readers (that’s you) to donate towards a different cause each month. In particular we ask, if you can afford it, to donate approximately the amount of just one of those expensive takeaway coffees that you know you spend too much on anyway, which is about £3 or so, although you can donate more or less. (We wouldn’t ask you to donate an actual cup of coffee to them, I’m not sure how useful that would be). You can also think of it as a meal deal, whatever suits you.

This month’s charity is MIND, a charity which provides advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem as well as campaigning to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding.

We at trashfire figured this was a worthy cause as despite a (small) increase in mental health funding, services are still desperately stretched with patients unable to access timely help until their problems become more severe. Also, this time of year can cause more mental health problems with the financial stress of Christmas and the New year pressure of making ourselves “better” (whatever companies constitute that is). This means that any little help towards keeping us all healthy would be appreciated!

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Donate a coffee to Shelter!

Donate a coffee to Shelter!

Hey, so we here at trashfire at trash. We know this. However we are trying to be better people, as our content may or may not suggest, and as part of that we are starting a new monthly charity initiative where we ask our beloved readers (that’s you) to donate towards a different cause each month. In particular we ask, if you can afford it, to donate approximately the amount of just one of those expensive takeaway coffees that you know you spend too much on anyway, which is about £3 or so. (we wouldn’t ask you to donate an actual cup of coffee to them, I’m not sure how useful that would be). You can also think of it as a meal deal, whatever suits you. Ultimately however, if you want to donate more or less that’s fine too!

This month’s cause is Shelter, a homing and homelessness charity which helps millions of people every year struggling with bad housing
or homelessness through advice, support and legal services as well as campaigning on these issues. This cause is close to my (Ruby) heart for two reasons:

1. When my parents separated, Shelter helped my mum find affordable housing for us where she otherwise would have been homeless.

2. So in recent news, a private landlord’s alliance has come out campaigning for people to boycott shops raising money for Shelter, due to the charity’s supposed “negative” depiction of private landlords a.k.a. #NotAllLandlords. Now I don’t know about you, but most private landlords I have encountered are on a scale of useless to vindictive so screw those guys, let’s raise more money for Shelter.

If you want to give money you can do so through our Paypal pool (which allows you to choose the amount) here

DONATE HERE

or if you can’t afford to donate, even just sharing our campaign would be valuable!

Thanks so much and we wish you all a merry Christmas!

 
(If you want to read this more on this stupid story, check it here https://inews.co.uk/news/uk/landlords-boycott-businesses-support-shelter/ )