Listed below are some sites that fit in with the ‘Do Good’ ethos that Help From Home is just a small part of. We hope you will support their efforts to make the world a better place to live in, by visiting their sites.
Do No Harm – Consider how your actions will affect others and ‘do no harm’
Support4Charities – Help and advice for charities, fundraisers, community groups and non-profits. Sign up to their Charity Chatter newsletter to receive chatter about the funny, the serious, & the strange side of the charity sector.
GoVolunteerIndia – GoVolunteerIndia is a non-profit charity that provides volunteer
opportunities & volunteer programs in India to individuals who want to volunteer abroad in India or become a volunteer in India to help India meet its developmental challenges.
Kindness Search Engine – ‘Great kindness stories plus more kindness stuff!’
The Smile Tribe – The Smile Tribe is a Global Peace Initiative committed to Connection, Compassion, Collaboration and Fun! They believe that EVERYONE can contribute to creating change in the world by connecting with others through the simple act of Smiling!
Twixtmas – Do 5 things to change your world for the better between 27th – 31st December, ie. Twixtmas!
Frank and Honest – Frank and Honest is dedicated to providing valuable information in a way that can be easily digested. It is hoped that it can help to improve the health and outlook for thousands of visitors by challenging and motivating them into making small but significant life changes for themselves and their communities.
we are what we do – We Are What We Do attempts to inspire individuals to make a difference to the world through everyday actions such as recycling waste paper, saying thank you, shopping locally and walking to work. They have a section for actions at school and in the workplace as well.
Give More – Give More encourages people to share their passions for the causes they care about by making a public commitment to give more time, energy or money.
Changing The World on a Tuesday Night – ‘Changing The World on a Tuesday Night’ is a book which features the profiles of 50 people from around the country who work full-time jobs or have otherwise busy lives, but find time once a week or once a month to volunteer on a consistent basis for a cause that they are passionate about.
BigSmallCharity – Marvellous consultancy service to help small charities grow via fundraising and communications
Hearts and Minds – Information for change
Give What You’re Good At – They match professionals who want to give their skills pro-bono with charities and social enterprises that need their help