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Meet the Russian musicians taking a stand against the war in Ukraine
Noise MC and his touring partner - electronic music star Monetochka - have so far raised more than €200,000 for a Polish charity helping refugees with their "Voices of Peace" concert series.
This 81-year-old man has climbed more than 200 Scottish mountains
After 636 days of climbing mountains, Nick Gardner is now halfway through his challenge.
The Lebanese dynamic duo helping frontline workers this Ramadan
"The story of the crisis transformed our relationship with this country. These people in this country are heroes to sustain this current situation."
Pink Floyd reunite to release new song 'Hey Hey, Rise Up’ for Ukraine
Pink Floyd are back with a new song titled 'Hey Hey, Rise Up'. The group sampled BoomBox's Andriy Khlyvnyuk singing a patriotic Ukrainian song in St. Sofia Square, Kyiv, at the start of the invasion.
Should A-listers use their Oscars speeches to rail against Russia?
Ahead of the ceremony on Sunday and amid outrage over the ongoing war, long-time observers predict "almost every speech" will mention Ukraine.
This is how to donate your air miles to Ukrainians
People are coming up with some inventive ways to get money to Ukrainians but which are genuinely helping?
$4m in crypto donations pour into Ukraine following Russian invasion
Ukrainian organisations and even the government have set up crowdfunding appeals - but some have fallen foul of platforms' terms and conditions.
This family got a 3D printed home in the US for Christmas
NGO Habitat for Humanity has helped the single mother and her son get their first home.
Banksy designs t-shirts to help Bristol's Colston statue defendants
The world-famous street artist sold the design in stores across the city for £25 each to raise money for the four protestors charged with criminal damage over the disposal of a slave trader statue during a Black Lives Matter march.
Stuck for ideas? Why not give a seagrass meadow this Christmas?
These 10 environmental and climate action charities need your support to continue their vital work into 2022.
U2's Edge to sell rock memorabilia to help struggling live music scene
The guitarist is raising money for his charity Music Rising, set up in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.
Why are energy providers telling customers to ‘put a jumper on’?
UK households are being encouraged to reach for the wardrobe, not the boiler switch, after research reveals 13 million tonnes of CO2 is wasted every year in excess heating.
Emmanuel Macron scores penalty during charity football match
Goal! French President Emmanuel Macron scores a penalty kick after a few minutes of play while participating in a gala football match of the Variété Club de France in Poissy
Gino Strada: Italian surgeon and Emergency NGO founder dies aged 73
The Milan-born medic's humanitarian agency has treated more than 11 million people in 19 war-torn countries since it was founded in 1994.
This 24-hour wildlife watch is funding a hospital for Europe’s otters
Expert Ross Lawford is raising funds with an otter watching marathon to help the comeback of these elusive creatures.
MacKenzie Scott, citing wealth gap, donates $2.7 billion
MacKenzie Scott, citing wealth gap, has given $2.7 billion (€2.2 billion) to 286 organisations.
This biker gang are changing perceptions one rev at a time
Bikers from Libya's Mediterranean city of Benghazi, the cradle of its 2011 revolution and a one-time Islamist bastion, rev up their motors to show another side to their country and their gang.
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Commemorating 100 years of the Royal British Legion
The Royal British Legion will recreate the moment of its creation at an event at the Cenotaph. "Since that moment in May 1921, the Legion has been working tirelessly for the rights of the armed forces community in Britain," Royal British Legion spokesman Alex Owen said.
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Charity auction featuring artworks by Mandela raises €8.2 million
Art-loving philanthropists dug deep into their pockets to support the 100 Million Meals campaign — the biggest food drive in the MENA region.
Islamic aid group banned in Germany over 'terror financing'
Police searched 10 offices of Islamist aid group Ansaar International on Wednesday as the group was banned by the German Interior Ministry for allegedly funding terror overseas