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WOLF WATCH UK   

www.wolfwatch.uk                                                                                      

Wolf Watch UK is a non-profit organisation dedicated to the rescue, welfare, and conservation of displaced wolves from captive situations across Europe. Aiming to set the standard for the care of captive wolves, and provide them with a close to natural habitat as is possible. Whist providing the opportunity to study, educate, and offer factual information to our visitors, allowing them to form their own opinions regarding this magnificent animal, and hopefully expel some of the myths and misconceptions that still exists around them.







PAGANAID                                                                                                         

paganaid.org

PaganAid is a registered charity run and funded by Pagans who want to support projects that protect the environment and help people lift themselves out of extreme poverty.


Maggies Cancer Care Charity   

URL: https://www.maggies.org/

 Maggie's legacy - A new kind of cancer care

Maggie's idea was that with the right support, nobody would "lose the joy of living in the fear of dying" when diagnosed with cancer.  Maggie was a writer, gardener and designer. When she was 47, Maggie was diagnosed with breast cancer and five years later, in May 1993, on a visit to the Western General Hospital in Edinburgh, she was told that it had returned.

After hearing this, Maggie and her husband Charles Jencks were moved to a windowless corridor where they were left to process the news. They discussed the need for somewhere 'better' for people with cancer to go, outside of but nearby to the hospital.

Maggie and Charles designed the blueprint for the centres together, enlisting the help of some of their friends from the architectural world. The first Maggie's opened in Edinburgh in 1996, and we now have centres across the UK and even some abroad.

Help support this worthy cause and get a beautiful book on gravestones here:  

URL: https://stoneletters.com/book