Sunday, 20 November 2011

Feeling Charitable?



One of the sad resultants of being "nationalistically inclined" is the lack of trust that I now have when it comes to charities of all stripes.

It is not all that long ago when I used to loathe people who did not contribute to charities. Now, I am the one who does not really give to any. 

The only exceptions I still have are; giving whatever loose change (up to a couple of pound) for the Royal British Legion in November for a poppy (or as they tend to say now, "The Legion").......and the 'forced' charity I am giving through government grants and in foreign aid programmes via my taxes. I am stupid enough to still be in a National Lottery syndicate at work too.

Even then, when it comes to buying a poppy, although I still like to pay some kind of homage to the dead of this nation for their sacrifice and trauma (despite my unease about the first and second word wars, the resultant from it, the case for it etc), I am getting reluctant to keep on doing this when it is increasingly the case that all conflicts we seem to have been involved with since the Falklands have continued to have been spurious, neo-conservative and in the interests of others, etc. 

It is getting like the old adage of "loathe the sin, love the sinner", where I would like to see my own people "done right by" and am thankful for their courage etc - but annoyed at the escapades they find themselves embroiled in and brainwashed into carrying out. Primarily though, I think of my grandfathers and the men and women of this country who made it what it was and who gave themselves, so they thought, to protect it.

When it comes to general charity, at an early age I was imbibed with the sense of doing good deeds for charity. This was to the usual point where I did things many children do......such as collecting for charities as part of my Sunday School youth, bringing tins (and such) to school for thanksgiving harvests, doing the whole comic relief thing and children in need thing, plus various others which came along through the years. 

I remember things at my secondary school, such as a missionary giving a "special talk" - somebody who had been helping 'poor Africans' in Tanzania. We schoolchildren then helped raise more money for Africa as a result.

I would not say I was ever some kind of charity giving guru. I did not bust a gut, but I subbed in my pocket money, did a few odd jobs to raise a bit of extra pocket money, contributed tins and packets of food, put money in various buckets for comic relief (buying the various red noses over the years), non-uniform day, and that kind of thing.

I remember thinking of the people who did not give anything as being "mean", "hateful" and "selfish". I hated them. "How can you not afford a little something for the starving babies in Africa", I thought. Once again, youthful liberalism made me put emotion before logic and understanding. I knew nothing of the world or how it worked.

Now, through what I have learnt about the world and the negative impact of such charities, such as how it makes (and has made) many problems worse, how demographics are going to end up, how various charities are nothing more than communist front organisations serving a globalist agenda, how charities are often working to undermine my own country and my own people.........it has made me one of those people I always used to hate as a child.

Now that I see ourselves in this global game, this national survival game, this self survival game of my race and my people, my tune has changed towards charities -even the ones which are supposedly British or "British themed" like Children In Need.

They now make it clear on the TV broadcasts that the money raised cannot be diverted to be used abroad and that it is all for use in the United Kingdom. It almost sounds patriotic doesn't it, tapping into the public who are fed up with our own poor and needy being sidelined and who subscribe to the 'charity begins at home' ethos .......but, quite honestly, do people really know where it is going, even in this country?

I know it makes me very hard hearted - but I have become determined to cease helping the funding of our own demise as a people in this kind of way. 

When, or if, we see a reversal in our national decline, I may well contribute to things once again. Until that point, I am going to remain sceptical, distrusting and - as the opposition would no doubt say - "hateful" and "bigoted".

If those are the labels which must be applied in order for me to try and resist our replacement as a people here in Britain and Europe, then so be it. I can live with myself. I have a clean conscience. We have been one of the most altruistic races on the planet and given much more to the world than we have ever received back.

If I was going to give to charity, I would do it on a local basis or towards something specific that I know for a fact is legitimate and beneficial to my own people in some way.

Much of the need for charity in this country is - in my opinion -somewhat self inflicted anyway, especially at the hands of mass migration and liberal social policies. 

We have seen increased poverty in society (via immigration, blacks, Asians), lack of stable parenthood (often black men leaving their children and increased divorce rates), drug abuse getting rife (at the hands of black and Asian drug pushers), myriads of "ethnic" themed charities for "integration" and "refugee awareness" programmes. None of which we ever really needed before c.1960.

So, when Children In Need rocks up every year - I am feeling less than charitable these days. It is all "feel good stuff" - but I cannot even bring myself to watch it on the television. The smug-fest gets irritating.

Yes, the bulk of it probably does go to some very needy children - probably truly British children who deserve help and support - but unfortunately, much of it does not and I cannot bear being made "a chump" out of via financing programmes and groups which are not in my peoples or my nations interests. I guess I am living proof of Robert Putnam's observations on 'social capital'.

I spotted elsewhere that somebody posted up a link to the Children in Need funding site, so I decided to read through the linked PDF documents which noted where the money was being allocated. 

I have taken the time and trouble of wading through the majority of them (not all of them) to pick out some of the most obvious examples of what I am talking about.

If you were pro-British and under an illusion that your charity money was going to little British children who had fallen on hard times etc, then you are probably in for a wake up call when I list some of the places it has gone to.

Whilst some of them may be 'deserving cases' for bleeding hearts and some tragic situations, unfortunately the rights of my people to survive in their own homeland have to come first. If we are to help them at all, it should be in their own homeland - not mine. Especially when our acts of 'kindness' are slowly turning this country into a basket case and hell hole.

For the sake of "charity", I have tried not to include ones for genuine disabilities and the disabled, even though some of those charities are obviously specifically targeted at their own ethnic people's advancement. 

Here we go, from what I gather was last years Children In Need:-



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Harrow Association of Somali Voluntary Organisations - Harrow - £9,624

"This project will run a holiday club for young people from the Somali community which will involve creative writing, sports and arts".

Horn of Africa Youth Association  - Hayes - £16,500 

The project will provide support to children from an asylum seeker and refugee background, specifically around housing and employment.

Sahan Society Centre -  Hayes -  £51,230 

This project will provide a support service to children with special educational needs and their families, who are from the Somali community.

Somali Community Advancement Organisation - London -  £5,850 

This project will provide weekend lessons in Maths, English and Science for young people from the Somali or other East African communities, who face a range of disadvantage and who are struggling at school

Crossworld FC - London - £6,130 

This project will provide football training for young asylum seekers and refugees to improve their health and well being.

African Cultural Association Barnet - London - £6,135 

This project will provide cultural activities for disadvantaged young people including arts and crafts, jewellery making, textiles and design.

West London Moroccan Widadia -  London - £8,372 

This project will provide a homework club and reading support to young people from the Moroccan community who are struggling at school.


Shire Foundation - London - £8,835 

This project will work with children and young people from low income families. Through drumming, drama and dance workshops they hope to increase their confidence and self esteem while also encouraging them to engage with the local community.

Ivorian and African French Speaking Women Action Group - London - £9,000 

Through providing music workshops and tuition, this project will promote positive relationships between children and young people from other cultural backgrounds who face a range of disadvantage.


African Womens Care -  London -  £9,500 

This project will provide a programme of support to young people who have experienced some form of personal abuse or domestic violence.

Wings Of Hope Community Association London £9,910 

This project will deliver sporting activities, dance sessions and healthy living advice at weekends for disadvantaged young people from the North African community.

YouthSpace - London - £10,000 

This project will provide a two week residential for young boys from the orthodox Jewish community who live in over crowded conditions and who would not otherwise have this opportunity.

Beis Rochel Community Group - London -  £10,000 

This project will provide a summer holiday activity programme for girls from the Orthodox Jewish community who wouldn't otherwise have this opportunity.

Voice 4 Somali - London - £10,000 

This project will provide regular weekend classes to improve the educational attainment of young people from the Somali community who are failing at school.


African Women Group - London - £10,000 

This project will provide a weekly homework club for girls of African origin who face a range of disadvantage and are struggling at school.

Bromley Somali Community Association - London - £26,854 

This project will provide supplementary classes for children and young people from low income Somali families who are struggling at school. This will enable them to improve their educational attainment, aspirations and self confidence.
 

Somali and Somaliland Lewisham Community - London - £27,600 

Through the provision of supplementary classes this project will help children and young people who are struggling at school to improve their numeracy, literacy and increase their self confidence.


Helping Hands Support Association -  London  - £28,101 

This project will provide tuition in English, Maths and Science for children and young people from ethnic minority backgrounds and who are underachieving at school.


Dalgarno Neighbourhood Trust - London - £28,989 

This project will provide classes in drama, photography and video, music and art for disadvantaged young people who not otherwise have the opportunity to attend such activities.


Bikur Cholim Dsatmar Trust (Home Hospital Link) -  London -  £52,300 

This project will provide support to children and young people primarily from the Jewish community, who have a family member or sibling with an illness or disability.


Uganda Community Relief Association - London - £61,100 

This project will work with children and young people with HIV or AIDS through the provision of creative, sporting and leisure activities and supportive information to help them plan positively for the future and increase their confidence.


Fashion and Development Centre - Southall - £10,000 

This project will match young mentors with young people from refugee backgrounds to support them with their school work and help them achieve their goals for the future.


Blessing Family Association - Thornton Heath -  £9,405 

Through the provision of supplementary classes this project will help to integrate refugee children and young people into mainstream schools, improve their numeracy, literacy and increase their self confidence.


Nekh Welfare Foundation -  Barking -  £9,000 

This project will provide after-school classes for young people from ethnic minority communities in East London, to address issues of truancy, underachievement and language barriers at school.


Midaye Somali Development Network - London - £4,868 

This project will provide Saturday supplementary classes for children and young people from low income Somali families in Kensington and Chelsea.


Hackney Playbus - London - £9,101 

The Hackney Playbus will provide a range of activities for children from the traveller community in East London, giving them somewhere safe to play and helping them to access local services.


Bengali International - London -  £9,660 

This project will provide recreational activities in a safe setting for young people living on a deprived estate in East London.


St Peter's Community and Advice Centre - London - £9,875 

This project will provide healthy eating advice and sports sessions for girls from the Bangladeshi community living in low income families in East London.

Yismach Moshe Community Group London £10,000 

This project will provide a 12 day summer holiday programme for boys, aged 0-15, from low income Orthodox Jewish families, living in Hackney.

SAIL (Summer Adventure for Inner Londoners) - London - £10,000 

This project will provide a 2 week residential holiday to Manchester for100 young males, aged 13-16, who are from low income Orthodox Jewish families living in Hackney and Haringey.


Baraka Youth Association London £18,300 

This project will provide supplementary Maths & English classes, football and swimming sessions, for children and young people from refugee and asylum-seeking families in Kensington and Chelsea.


Community Music Ltd. - London - £20,238 

This project will provide music lessons for Bengali and Bangladeshi young people living in deprived communities in East London.


Sierra Leone Refugee Welfare Association London £25,950 

This project will provide an after-school club for children from refugee communities to help support them with their education and integration in to the UK.


Kongolese Centre For Information & Advice - London - £28,094 

This project will provide Saturday sporting activities for children and young people from refugee and asylum seeking communities in Westminster, enabling them to become physically active and improve
their communication skills.



Marylebone Bangladesh Society - London - £29,585 

This project will provide a supplementary school for children and young people from low income Bangladeshi families in Westminster.


Klevis Kola Foundation London £44,025

This project will provide an afterschool club for children and young people from refugee and asylum seeking families, living in Wandsworth, Lambeth and Merton, in order to improve their emotional
and social wellbeing.



J.A.N Trust -  London -  £60,100 

This project will provide English and Maths classes as well as creative writing, art classes, confidence building and day trips for children from Bangladeshi, Somali and Pakistani communities.

Roma Support Group - London - £80,962 

This project will provide support to Roma children in East London, encouraging them to attend school and providing after-school activities to improve their self-esteem and confidence.

Addington Afro-Ethnic Health Promotion Group -  Croydon - £29,414 

This project will provide a range of activities for young carers from asylum seeking/refugee families affected by illness and poverty. It will give them a break from their caring duties, reduce isolation, and improve confidence and self-esteem.

Friendship Society - Erith - £21,000 

This project will provide a range of educational and leisure activities for children from eastern European families, improving educational attainment and language skills, helping them integrate into British society with more ease.

Muslim Womens Assn - Southwark -  London £2,740 

This project will provide day trips for children from the Muslim community, most of whom are recent arrivals to the UK, some seeking asylum, and some from low income families. They hope to develop confidence, language skills and well being.

International Youth Centre - London - £5,668 

The project will provide workshops and outings for young refugees from French-speaking Africa. This will give them the opportunity to learn about the natural environment, wildlife and it's conservation and develop new skills and knowledge.

Gascoyne & Morningside Youth Clubs - London - £10,000 

This project will provide a youth club on two deprived estates for young people aged 8-18, predominantly from low income and ethnic minority families. They aim to improve their health, safety, well being and confidence.

Inspirations London - £10,000 

This project will deliver a 2 week activity holiday for boys aged 13-18 from low income Orthodox Jewish families to increase confidence, social skills and enjoyment of outdoor activities.

Centre For Armenian Information & Advice - London - £10,000 

This project will provide a youth programme to Armenian children aged 10-18, including a youth club, workshops and outings, reducing isolation and improving confidence.

Kongolese Children's Association-  London - £19,900 

The project will provide holiday and weekend arts activities for children and young people aged 8-18 from low income, migrant communities. These will enable them to have fun and gain new skills.

Katherine Low Settlement - London - £22,340 

The project will provide educational and fun activities for young people aged 6-14 from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds to raise educational achievement and increase social engagement.

Rainbow Film Society -  London - £24,360 

This project will provide film making workshops for children and young people from non English speaking, low income families, helping them learn new skills, grow in confidence and improve communication.

Turkish Education Group - London - £25,820 

This project will provide educational support and language lessons on Saturdays and Sundays for 7-16 year olds from Turkish-speaking communities who are struggling at school. This will improve their confidence and attainment.

East London Out Project London £26,274 

This project will provide an after school social and support group for lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender young people aged 13-18. The aim is to reduce isolation, provide a safe place to explore issues and build confidence.

British Somali Community - London - £28,120 

This project will provide study support & recreational activities for Somali young people aged 8-18 from low income and/or refugee families. This will improve school attainment & communication skills, helping them integrate into society more easily.

DreamArts - London - £28,227 

This project will use the arts to explore some of the issues that are of concern and interest to children aged 8-12 from low income households, many of whom have English as a second language. This will improve their confidence, self esteem and skills.

Thames Bengali Assn - London - £29,940 

This project will provide educational support and activities, mainly to children from Bengali and Somali communities, who have a low educational attainment and lack parental support due to language barriers. They aim to improve attainment and confidence.

Peckham Settlement - London - £92,505 

This project works with young people, aged 10-18, from the traveller community. They run activity and homework sessions to improve well being and skills. They also run sessions for those who have left school to encourage them into training or work.

Arabic Speaking Women's Association - Woodford Green -  £24,510 

This group provides English, maths and science tuition for children from refugee backgrounds. With support they will overcome the language barriers that make learning difficult, settle more easily into school, make friends and make educational progress.

African Family Project - Beckenham - £26,440 

This project will provide English, maths and science classes, and recreational activities, for children of African origin from deprived areas who are underachieving at school, to help improve their educational achievement.

Hounslow Asian & African Youth Association -  Hounslow - £45,900 

This project provides a range of educational, sporting, leisure and cultural activities for young people mainly from Asian and African communities who are at risk of social exclusion. They will focus on their educational welfare and physical development.

Kingston & District Welcare Assn Kingston upon Thames - £93,630 

This project will provide holiday playschemes and activities for children from low income areas who have English as their second language.

Asian Centre Waltham Forest - London - £7,120 

This Saturday club offers workshops in self-defence, aerobics, dance, crafts and ITC to girls from South Asian and Muslim communities in order to build self-confidence, and social and emotional skills.

London Saz School - London - £7,627 

This project will support disadvantaged children from the Turkish and Kurdish communities with low levels of educational achievement. They will use creativity and the natural world as an alternative way to engage them in maths, English and science.

Eritrean Saho Cultural Association -  London - £8,348 

This project will provide a series of workshops for Eritrean young people with refugee backgrounds addressing issues such as conflict resolution, identity, health and relationships, encouraging community cohesion and building confidence and self esteem.

Turkish and Kurdish Children's Group - London -  £9,000 

This project will provide maths, English and Turkish language, and arts classes to children of Turkish or Kurdish origin from low income families who are underachieving at school. The classes will improve confidence and educational attainment.

Synergy Centre - London - £9,985 

This project will provide support, activities and trips for young people with behavioural problems and those affected by gang culture, aiming to boost confidence and engagement in positive activities.

South East Elite FC - London - £9,993 

This project will provide a football club and training sessions for young people from areas of deprivation who are at risk of anti-social behaviour or with refugee backgrounds, helping them to develop football skills, and find a new network of friends.

Camp Simcha - London - £12,240 

This project will provide befriending services for Jewish children who have a life limiting or serious illness and their siblings.

Corecog -  London - £13,810 

This project will provide language classes for British born children from the Congolese community, helping family relationships and understanding of their cultural heritage.

Carenet - London - £14,070 

This project will provide dance sessions and interactive health workshops for teenage girls of Eastern African origin who are disadvantaged due social deprivation and exclusion.

Associates of Community Trust UK -  London - £18,220 

This project provides sports and health education workshops to disadvantaged children from ethnic minority communities who have poor health and fitness. This will help to improve their health and encourage an active lifestyle.

Association of Eritrean Jeberti in the UK London £18,440 

This project will provide weekly Saturday supplementary education classes in core subjects, to young people from refugee backgrounds, low income families and areas of deprivation, supporting them to improve their education attainment.

Afghan Community Organisation of London - London -  £19,722 

This project will provide educational support and activities for children with English as their second language from low income families. This will enable them to improve their language/communication skills and help to keep them focus at school.

Somali Bravanese Association In London London - £19,750 

This project will provide help in English, maths and sport to children and young people from the Somali community in order to improve their learning and encourage a more active lifestyle.

Aayatiin Foundation For Relief & Development (AFFORD) - London - £22,063 

This project will provide classes in maths, English and cultural awareness for 6-12 year old children from the Somali community who are underachieving at school, helping them to improve at school and integrate with more ease.

Barwaqa Relief Organisation - London - £23,200 

This project will provide support in English, maths and science, as well as music and dance workshops, for Somalian and other asylum/refugee children. The classes will improve confidence, develop aspirations and positive life goals.

Ileys Supplementary School - London - £23,700 

This project will provide extra classes in English, maths and science for children from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds, helping to improve their educational achievement and confidence.

Somali Women Support & Development Group & Somali Community Support Centre - London - £24,396 

This project will provide extra classes in maths, English and science for children and young migrants of Somali, Nigerian and Bangladeshi backgrounds in order to improve attendance, educational attainment and self esteem.

100 Black Men of London - London - £25,000 

This project will provide positive role-models, life-skills and peer mentoring for young people from low-income families who have low self-confidence and self-esteem. The project helps to increase their levels of ambition and self-worth.

Somali Community Centre - London - £26,160 

This project will provide extra classes in maths, English and science for children and young people, mostly from the Somali community, who are underachieving at school and have little support from their families.

Somali Integration Team - London - £26,397 

This project will provide mother and toddler sessions to improve the language and communication skills of Somali children who may struggle in ordinary toddler groups.

SERAD (Sills Education Research And Development) - London - £27,000 

This project will provide help in English, maths and science to young Somali refugees to support their learning, and improve their confidence and self esteem in and out of the classroom.

Bangladeshi Parents Association in Newham - London - £28,466 

This project will provide study support for young people from low income Bangladeshi families, from deprived areas, helping to support their education and develop their communication skills.

Rights and Equality In Newham (R.E.I.N) - London - £29,200 

The project will provide dance training, fitness and team building sessions for young people from diverse backgrounds to encourage the breakdown of cultural barriers.

Initiative - London - £29,613 

This project will provide drop-in sessions, exam revision groups, issue based workshops and manual trade skills, for young people from an area of deprivation with high levels of gang culture and anti-social behaviour.

Balik Arts - London - £29,700 

This project will provide an introduction to and experience of film making and training for young people from low income families within the Turkish community. They aim to develop their skills and give them confidence.

Black & Minority Ethnic Carers' Support Service (BMECSS) -  London - £29,850 

This project will provide support groups for young carers from ethnic minorities. This will improve their access to services, explore life skills, develop aspirations and positive life goals.

Westminster Bangladeshi Association - London - £29,976

This project will provide help with English, maths and homework, as well as offering swimming lessons, for disadvantaged Bangladeshi children and young people living in overcrowded, low-income homes.

Somali Well Women Project - London - £30,640 

This project will help improve the literacy and numeracy skills plus the confidence and self-esteem of children in the Somali community, by providing supplementary school activities and recreational activities.

African Health Network - London - £31,096 

The project will provide play and activity sessions for children affected by HIV/AIDS, helping build their confidence and skills.

Jubilee Community Education London £31,472 

This project will provide a Saturday Bengali language school for children with a disability and/or from low income families.

Westminster House Youth Club - London -  £31,663

This project will better inform young people about the consequences of knife crime. They aim to improve their social skills, by providing sports, arts and issue based sessions.

S.P.I.D. Theatre Company -  London - £32,040 

This project will provide training in all aspects of theatre production to young people living in inner city estates. These children are vulnerable to social exclusion and gang culture because of their environment and related poverty.

Action for Refugees in Lewisham -  London - £34,932 

This project will help young refugees to integrate into British society, especially with regards to their education, by providing learning support in English and maths, as well as creative and sporting activities.

Osmani Trust - London - £41,802 

The project will provide one to one mentoring for 120 young Asian women who are struggling with behaviour, lack of confidence and are falling into anti-social behaviour in Tower Hamlets.

East London Bangladeshi Parents & Families Forum - London  - £44,850 

This project will provide a programme of activities, advice and mentoring for vulnerable girls and young women of Bangladeshi origin from low income families. They aim to help them gain confidence and self-belief.

Clapton Common Boys Club - London - £44,904 

This project will provide an after school support group for Jewish Orthodox boys with mild learning disabilities. It will help the children to integrate with their peers and reach their potential.

Bengali Women's Group -  London - £49,763 

The project will provide a homework club to support children from the Bengali community who are underachieving at school, helping to raise their confidence and self esteem.

Streatham Drop in Centre for Asylum Seekers & Refugees (SDIC) - London - £49,862 

This project will provide crèche and play facilities for children and young people from refugee families.

Lewisham Somali Community Organisation - London - £49,896

This project will provide extra classes in English, maths and science for children and young people from refugee and asylum-seeking families, who are under-achieving at school and who cannot always get the support they need at home.

Jewish Council for Racial Equality - London - £51,683 

This project will improve the personal and emotional development of young unaccompanied asylum seekers by pairing them with a befriender from the Jewish community, helping them to adjust to life in the UK and encourage inter-cultural understanding.

Code 7 Ltd - London - £58,062 

This project will provide music workshops and competitions for young people affected by anti-social behaviour, school exclusion and gang culture.

Gheez Rite Chaplaincy & Community Association - London - £59,469 

This project will provide a Saturday school and recreational activities to Eritrean and Ethiopian children and young people, to improve their educational attainment and increase their self-confidence.

Newham Asian Womens Project - London - £60,000 

The project will provide play and activity sessions to help children and young people affected by domestic violence to re-build theirconfidence.

Blackfriars Settlement - London - £63,215 

This project will provide a Saturday night youth club to young people who live in overcrowded housing, are from low income families and who are at significant risk of knife/gang crime.

Somali Youth Development Resource Centre (SYDRC) - London - £67,604 

This project will provide a youth club, outreach work and a sports programme for Somali children and young people, helping to raise aspirations, engage in positive activities and develop key skills.

Women's Aid Latin American - London - £68,372 

This project will provide support and activities for children and young people from Latin American communities, who have been affected by domestic violence.

Community Centre For Refugees From Vietnam, Laos & Cambodia - London - £77,165 

This project will provide homework and activity sessions for children and young people from refugee communities, in order to improve educational attainment and integration into mainstream schools.

Ilamos Youth Actions - London - £79,997 

This project will increase the physical and mental well-being of young people from the local Somali and Turkish population. They will have access to physical training programmes, consultation and volunteering opportunities.

PATH (Play Association Tower Hamlets) - London -£80,496 

The project will engage young people from local estates with play and activity sessions helping them become healthier, more confident and more active.

London Gypsy & Traveller Unit - London - £81,028

This project will run groups offering activities and opportunities for young people from traveller communities, to help and encourage them to widen their horizons and reach their full potential.

Trinity Centre - London - £83,243

This project will provide social, learning and developmental opportunities to unaccompanied refugee children and young people who have arrived in the UK. This will enable them to create peer support networks, and create a sense of belonging.

Praxis Community Project - London - £83,316 

This project will work with 13-18 year olds from migrant communities. They will take part in music, theatre, story-telling, migration and civic engagement workshops, with the opportunity to share their experiences and influence policy makers.

Kiran Project - London - £84,051 

This project will provide a variety of supportive activities including an after school club, holiday playscheme and mentoring for young people from the Asian community who are affected by domestic violence and are or have been housed at a refuge.

Afghan Association Paiwand - London - £86,795 

This project will provide one-to-one support, media & arts activities, and trips for Afghan refugee and migrant children aged 10-16. They hope to reduce distress and isolation.

PACE - London - £87,482 

This project will provide a counselling service for young lesbian, gay, bisexualand trans-gendered (LGBT) young people who are experiencing isolation and psychological distress.

One World Foundation Africa - London - £88,685 

The project will run a youth club offering activities, advice and support for 15-18 year olds with a range of disadvantages from an area of deprivation.

Refugee Youth Project - London - £93,067 

This project will improve the social and educational opportunities of young refugees and asylum seekers. They will provide recreational and educational activities including sports, trips, language support and homework classes.

Ashiana Network - London - £96,992 

This project will provide one to one support and advice for young people affected by domestic violence. They aim to raise awareness & instigate early intervention. They will also provide a safe environment for young people to deal with their experiences.

Pan Centre For Intercultural Arts - London - £101,312 

This project will provide arts workshops, performances and days out for refugee and asylum-seeking children who are receiving therapeutic treatment.

Peabody Trust - London - £120,829 

The project will provide training in fashion design and mentoring for girls aged 10-18 affected by gang culture, culminating in the production of their own collection.

Arbour Youth Centre - London - £147,025 

This project will provide learning and play activities for young women from the Bangladeshi community in a deprived area to help improve their confidence and engagement with the wider community.

South London Refugee Association - Mitcham - £90,095 

This project will support asylum seekers/refugees/unaccompanied minors in the local area through representing and explaining their views and wishes, and helping them gain access to services they are entitled to, such as housing and education.

Orpington Kidz Klub Orpington £15,540 

The project will provide Saturday morning clubs, end of term outings and overnight trips for children and young people from the settled traveller community and local estate to help them improve confidence and learn to work as a team.

African Culture Arts & Sport Network - Romford - £27,175 

This project will provide music workshops, culminating in a public performance, for African children from refugee or asylum seeker backgrounds and from low income families, to improve their skills, life experience and confidence.

Golden Opportunity Youth Association - Southall - £56,000 

This project will provide after school arts and sports activities for children and young people who are from refugee and asylum-seeking families. This will help them develop aspirations, and encouraging inclusion and participation.

Womens Centre Sutton - Sutton - £10,052 

This project will provide a mother and toddler group for children of exoffenders, refugee or asylum seekers or those affected by domestic violence. This gives them the opportunity to learn through play,improve communication skills & grow in confidence.

Croydon Youth Support Services (CYSS) - Thornton Heath - £23,550 

This project will provide sports and craft sessions, for young people from refugee & asylum seeker backgrounds, to increase confidence and build social skills.

Polish Expats Association - Birmingham - £27,546 

This project will provide a weekly parent and children group for children aged 0-4 in a deprived area of Birmingham. The group will provide a place for children to play and learn, and to support them to adapt in a new culture.

ILIRIA - Birmingham - £28,800 

This project provides homework clubs to disadvantaged children from the Albanian communities in Birmingham, Sandwell, Wolverhampton, Derby and Coventry. This will help improve their school performance and increase confidence and self esteem.

Refugee Advice Group - Birmingham - £42,462

The project will provide weekend supplementary classes for refugee children from some of the most deprived areas of Birmingham. They aim to raise confidence, build social networks and encourage friendships.

UBAH Education & Training Centre - Birmingham - £24,750 

This project will provide tuition in maths, English and science, to improve English language skills. They are working with 10-15 year olds from newly arrived Somali families. This will improve their school work and ability to make friends.

Trident Housing (Care & Support) - Birmingham - £29,839 

The project will provide support and activities for children and young people from South Asian families affected by domestic violence, helping them grow in confidence and emotional well being.

Home-Start Saltley - Birmingham - £5,165 

The project will offer summer daytrips and outings, and multi-faith cultural celebrations to families from a deprived area, encouraging friendships, social skills and cross-community understanding.

Al Ansar Project -  Birmingham - £16,542 

This project will run an after school homework club for Yemeni children and young people in a deprived area. The club will provide homework and language support, and cultural activities.

Bangladesh Community Development - Birmingham - £29,188 

This project provides extra classes to ethnic minority children aged 5- 15 years from a deprived area and who are struggling at school.

Communities Youth Vision - Birmingham - £30,000 

This project will provide weekend sporting activities for young refugees and/or asylum seekers. This will promote a healthy, active lifestyle and teaching team-building skills.

Local Leagues Ltd Birmingham £45,800 

This project will provide sports sessions, mentoring and positive role models for vulnerable and disadvantaged young people at risk of getting involved with gangs.

Dorcas Club - Birmingham - £46,150 

The project will work with dyslexic boys aged 9-16, mainly from African Caribbean backgrounds. They will provide 1-2-1 support, and a range of educational and recreational activities to help them overcome the difficulties they face.

West Heath Youth Aware - Birmingham - £61,181 

This project provides detached youth work to young people in a deprived area of Birmingham.

West Midlands Somali Association (WMSA) - Birmingham - £64,655 

This project provides additional classes in curriculum subjects for refugee children in a deprived area.

Ashram Housing Association Birmingham £66,230 

This project will support vulnerable young people and children affected by domestic violence in Tyseley, Birmingham.

Roshni Birmingham - Birmingham - £90,099 

This project will provide a range of support and activities for children affected by domestic violence, the majority of whom are from the South Asian community.

Himilo Relief & Development Association (HIRDA UK) -  Leicester -  £29,925 

This project will provide extra classes in English, maths and science for underachieving Somali children aged 5-18 from a deprived area. Italso provides IT sessions and activities during evening and weekends for over 16's not in education or training.

Bristol Community FM - Bristol - £8,702 

This project will enable Asian and Somali young people to produce their own radio programme in order to increase knowledge of other cultures and offer work skills and experience.

Awaz Utaoh Ltd - Bristol - £11,000 

This project will provide days out, workshops and a festival for disadvantaged young people from ethnic minority backgrounds to broaden their horizons, learn new skills gain and confidence.

Bristol Refugee Rights - Bristol -  £29,676 

This project will run a creche for asylum seekers and refugee children under 4. This safe play space will help reduce distress and improve communication and language skills.

Bristol Muslim Cultural Society - Bristol - £65,038 

This project will provide an after school club offering maths and English support and activities, and optional classes in Arabic and Citizenship for 4-11 year olds from ethnic minority backgrounds who are struggling at school.

Tameside African Refugee Association Ashton-Under-Lyne £29,933 

This project is for deprived children from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds. By providing a weekly homework club they hope to improve their confidence, communication skills and educational attainment.

Pulling Together Young Asian Women's Group - Manchester - £4,850 

This project is for deprived children and young people from the Asian community. By providing a drama project which explores issues relevant to them the project hopes to increase their confidence and self-esteem.

Manchester Congolese Organisation(MaCO) - Manchester -£28,581 

The project will provide a homework club for young people from refugee or asylum seeker background offering the children have a safe space to meet friends and interact with others developing their communication skills and educational attainment.

Community Arts North West - Manchester - £74,990 

The project will improve the self-esteem and confidence of young refugees and asylum seekers in Greater Manchester, by offering participatory arts based workshops.

Fatima Womens Association Oldham £49,964 

The project will reduce the isolation and increase the confidence of deprived young girls from the Pakistani community in Oldham, by providing sports activities.

Aguda North West - Salford - £38,209 

This project is for deprived young people from the Orthodox Jewish community who have limited access to facilities. They will have the opportunity to enjoy challenging sporting activities encouraging positive behaviour and improving their fitness.

Manchester Nile Valley Conservation & Education Network - Manchester - £15,363 

This project will provide extra classes and mother tongue tuition for children and young people who are refugees . Many have experienced war and trauma, and all have had a disrupted education. The aim is to improve their attainment and self confidence.

Glodwick Care - Childrens Respite Group Oldham £2,000 

This project provides weekend and holiday breaks for children from Asian families who are facing multiple disadvantages. They aim to increase their confidence and self esteem whilst having fun and making friends.

Bolton Solidarity Community Association - Bolton - £9,500 

This homework club will improve the confidence and educational attainment of deprived young people from low income families, the majority of whom are from refugee/asylum seeker or migrant communities.

Eagles Wing - Bury - £30,000 

This project will improve the social & language skills and emotional well being of children from refugee and asylum seeker backgrounds, by providing a creche and family outings.

Humjoli Group Manchester £28,830 

This project will broaden the horizons and skills of young people from low income, migrant families by providing a range of arts and sports activities.

Eritrean Community Association in Greater Manchester -Manchester - £29,360 

This project will provide educational and language support, activities and cultural sessions for children from asylum seeker/refugee families living in poverty and struggling at school, helping their attainment, ability to communicate and integration.

Integration African French Speaking Community - Bolton - £29,931

The project will increase the confidence, self-esteem and creativity of refugee or asylum seeker children by providing evening and weekend dance, drama and arts activities.

Saath Saath Group - Manchester -  £25,800 

This summer playscheme will strengthen the community and promote cultural understanding among children in diverse and deprived areas.

Greater Manchester Somali Care -  Manchester -  £27,000 

This project will improve the communication skills and educational attainment of Somali young people who are underachieving, by providing after school tutorial sessions in maths, science and English.

North West Media Ltd -  Manchester - £87,565 

This project will provide activities based around hip hop culture, such as MC-ing and street art, to teach skills, and improve the confidence and aspirations of 12-18 year olds at risk of getting involved with gangs and crime.

Freehold Community Group - Rochdale - £28,436 

This summer playscheme is for children from low income families, many of whom are asylum seekers or refugees. They provide positive, fun activities and a chance to make cross-community friendships.

Pro-Contact - Salford - £88,110 

This project will provide family support and coordination of specialist services for children of Asian origin whose families are separated.

Ebony & Ivory Community Organisation - Stockport - £10,000 

This project will develop the self confidence and cultural awareness of low achieving young people from low income African and Caribbean backgrounds, by providing a performing arts and cultural youth group.

Burnley & Pendle Multi-Racial Playbus Association  - Burnley -  £21,750 

The project will increase the attainment and independence of deprived children, by proving a play bus service promoting educational development and engagement with local children's services.

Inter Madrassah Organisation - Blackburn - £29,160 

This project will improve the confidence and aspirations of deprived children and young people, the majority of whom are from the Muslim community. They will provide a drop-in youth club offering activities and information workshops.

Dhamak Burnley - £10,000 

This project will boost the confidence, cultural awareness and cross community relationships of deprived young people, by providing culture, music and performance workshops fusing the local brass bands traditions with Indian bhangra.

Southfield Community Action Forum Ltd - Nelson -  £72,795 

This project will increase the aspirations and quality of life of socially excluded young women of Asian heritage in Blackburn by providing a range of sporting activities.

Pendle Women's Forum - Nelson - £74,172 

This project will provide activities that will increase the skill levels of girls from Asian families who are facing economic disadvantage, and encourage them to participate in further education, training and employment.

Sangat Centre - Bradford - £80,640 

The project will improve the health and educational attainment of deprived young people from Keighley West Yorkshire by providing a range of activities to encourage healthier lifestyles and greater cultural awareness.

Bangladeshi Community Association Bradford (BCAB) - Bradford - £99,782 

This project will provide a range of sports activities and training and skills to improve the self esteem and aspirations of disadvantaged young people.

Kala Sangam - Bradford -  £129,814 

This project will increase the confidence, self esteem and skill set of disadvantaged children by providing after school and weekend educational activities.

Home-Start Calderdale Halifax £41,513 

The project will recruit bi-lingual staff to extend their family support service to include Urdu and Punjabi speaking families. They will work with families experiencing poverty who have no access to children's services because of the language barrier.

Gay & Lesbian Youth in Calderdale Todmorden £82,910 

This project will provide one-to-one and crisis intervention work with lesbian, gay and bisexual young people, aiding well being and self esteem.

Black Health Agency -  Manchester - £17,899 

The group will support young people aged 13-18 who are affected by HIV/AIDS, through peer and professional support, building confidence and reducing isolation.

SYCS (West Yorkshire) - Leeds - £24,484 

This creche for Sikh children under 5 provides learning through play, using both mother tongue and English, to help them prepare for English speaking nurseries and schools.

Urban Revolt Media - Liverpool - £10,000 

The project will build the self-esteem and social awareness of deprived young people and those effected by gang violence, by providing photography training and a high profile platform to exhibit their work.

Unity Community Association - Liverpool - £86,658 

This project will enhance the independence, confidence and self esteem of deprived children from ethnic minority communities in an inner city area by providing an activity-filled after school club.

Yemeni Community Association In Sandwell - West Bromwich -  £56,667 

This project runs a youth development programme providing educational and recreational activities to Yemeni young people aged 15 - 18 years in a deprived area.

Confederation of Bangladeshi Organisations - West Bromwich - £60,128 

This project will offer a homework club, learning resources and recreational activities to young Bangladeshi people from a deprived area.

West Bromwich African Caribbean Resource Centre - West Bromwich - £74,812 

The project will provide term time support in English and Maths alongside work in areas of black history, music and heritage for Afro-Caribbean/dual heritage children and young people from an area of deprivation who are not achieving at school.

Asphaleia Action - Worthing - £98,121 

This project will provide counselling, peer support, art therapy and drama workshops for unaccompanied asylum seeking children and young people who have been recognised as having mental health issues.

Kent Ethnic & Refugee Action Network - Dover - £91,617 

This project will provide life skills training and activities for unaccompanied asylum-seeking children and young people.

Icon Theatre - Chatham - £8,789 

This theatre project helps children and young people from refugee and/or asylum seeking families, and other disadvantaged backgrounds' to identify and resolve problems in a creative way and builds their self-confidence.

Coventry Somali Community Network -  Coventry - £29,700 

This project will provide core curriculum support as well as a range aof non curriculum activities e.g. drama, dance, public speaking, arts and crafts, which will improve their skills, creativity, self esteem and confidence of children in a deprived area

Sree Bharathalaya - Coventry - £10,000 

The project will provide educational and language support for children and young people from ethnic minority and newly arrived communities. This will help them achieve at school and settle into life here with more ease.

Somali Cultural Resource Centre Coventry Coventry £64,752

The project will run Saturday classes in English, Maths and science for Somali refugees having difficulty at school, and provide Somali language classes for British born children of refugees to help them communicate with family and the wider community.

Swindon West Indian Community Association - Swindon - £10,636 

This project will provide a Saturday School for African Caribbean and multiple heritage children, to teach core skills in English, maths, arts and music.

South Wales Islamic Centre - Cardiff - £28,980 

This project will provide a youth provision for deprived young people to socialise in a safe environment, take part in activities, and receive informal education, whilst having fun.

Ethnic Youth Support Team - Swansea - £82,998 

This project will support BME young people to better deal with the cultural, generational and linguistic gap which frequently exists between them and their parents, and society as a whole, in order for them to achieve their potential.

BAWSO -  Cardiff - £36,989 

The project will provide support and activities to children of BME origin who have experienced abuse in all its forms particularly domestic violence.

AWETU - All-Wales Black & Minority Ethnic Mental Health Group - Cardiff - £62,147

This project will support young carers from ethnic minority communities who have a parent/parents with mental health issues. They will give them the opportunity to participate in after school activities, courses and hobbies.

Displaced People in Action (DPIA) - Cardiff - £74,103 

This project will provide therapeutic play, activities, language classes, trips & support for newly arrived child refugees/asylum seekers & unaccompanied minors. This will help their physical & emotional well-being & help them integrate into life here.

Welsh Refugee Council Cardiff £85,332 

This project will offer a toy library and free, drop-in play opportunities for children aged 0-12 from refugee and asylum seeking families. This will improve their communication and language skills, and well being.

SEF Cymru - Cardiff - £86,884 

This project offers out-of-school, curriculum-based and culturally specific activities for young Somalis to promote integration and tackle disaffection.

Rainbow Group - Pontypool - £100,949 

This project will provide a youth club and counselling to young gay, lesbian, bi-sexual, trans-sexual or gender confused people, improving well being and quality of life.

Multi Cultural Family Base - Edinburgh - £48,439 

This project will help children from a variety of ethnic backgrounds to have fun, feel safe and included, learn about and mix with other cultures and increase confidence, by providing after school and holiday groups.

Pan African Arts Scotland LTD - Glasgow - £7,500 

This project will help children from mostly BME families build confidence and social skills by running dance, arts and crafts and drama workshops.

Fife Arabic Society - Kirkcaldy -  £7,000 

This project will encourage integration, remove the social isolation and raise the confidence of young people of Arab origin by providing football, swimming and other leisure activities.

CORE - Community Organisation for Race Equality Edinburgh - £45,878 

This project will increase the self esteem and confidence of young people from low income, minority ethnic communities by promoting integration and by providing a one to one advice and support service.

SCOREscotland - Edinburgh - £127,489 

This project will increase the self esteem, communication skills and emotional development of children from disadvantaged Black and Ethnic Minority communities in Edinburgh through a series of activities, trips and workshops.

LGBT Youth Scotland Glasgow £72,739 

This project will reduce feelings of isolation and exclusion for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender young people by providing support, group work and activities.

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Approx Total: £7,975,643

(Given many unidentifiable charities, this is the lowest estimate)
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Liberals claim to be good hearted people, but as can be seen from the list above, if it was not for their own ideological policies there would be no need for the majority - if not all - of the above charities and so called "struggling" communities in Britain that need "integrating" etc. 

Perhaps it is not that far fetched to suggest that they get a kick out of creating a problem and chaos and throwing money and effort into helping people because it makes them feel better about their white, liberal, western guilt. 

Forgive me when I do not chip in my hard earned money for dance lessons for Afghani refugees, canoe/boat trips for Somalians, cultural well-being and art programmes for Eritreans, health and fitness programmes for Afro-Caribbeans, "drumming workshops" for community integration;  or extra school and skill bases for all manners of interlopers which are pushing my own people into the history books of ancient civilisation. 

Also, forgive me when I suggest that the emotional needs of Lesbians, Gay, Transgender and "sexually confusued" others are not exactly charity emergencies either.

When there are some "English health and fitness, 'self esteem' and cultural well-being" programmes specifically for the "ethnic English community", or "extra education programmes for the white indigenous working classes".......give me a call or shake a bucket at me. I suspect that will be in around 20 years time when it is we English folk who will be the minority group.

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  1. As you say and it is pretty obvious anyway, quite simply we Ethnic Britons are being replaced at an alarming rate. This is self-evident in many other aspects of life on the island. There is no political will to even recognise these facts let alone correct the situation.There is only one way to restore a bit of sanity to this, violent revolution. I doubt if many Brits would go for this, they might have to turn the telly off, that would be denying them their human rights.

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  2. Thanks for the list. I didn't know where the money went or who benefited.

    Only speaking to the wife on the subject & put my suspicions to her on who benefits (apart from Wogan). Hence we refused to donate anything to this BBC farce of a charity. Let's hope, we can only inform & hope that the many others see the reality soon.

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  3. Thank's for the replies.

    It certainly needs something significant doing, but personally speaking, I cannot forsee the British people ever rising up to violently confront this situation head on either, whether it be against the establishment or enclaves of people themselves.

    For the moment, I see more sense in preparing all the other things we can do which is still in our control, in order to preserve some kind of future for ourselves as a distinct people whatever happens.

    When it comes to charities, it kind of annoys me really.

    This is because I would normally like to give to charities but now feel that through either waste, mismanagement, corruption, or as listed above, money going to things which are not in our own people's long term interests in this country, that I cannot do so any more.

    I am too cynical of them now.

    Unfortunately some very deserving cases are missing out by me not joining in with things like Children In Need - such as, for example, young white kids who are full time carers for their disabled mothers or whatever else and have no time for holidays or a real childhood, or young kids with cancer and such.

    Unfortunately, when the Children In Need lumps in "drumming workshops" for integration and emotional wellbeing of violent/disturbed Somalian "refugees" to those otherwise genuine home-grown and needy issues, it means I cannot contribute. They have forced my hand.

    It is a hard attitude to take and I do feel a little bit bad about it because it is not very nice on a wider humanitarian grounding, but then again, the situation we have been put in is not very nice either. We have been dealt a harsh scenario and that means not always playing nice and not always being taken emotionally advantage of.

    When charity becomes so self inflicting it is harmful to the whole. For example, many people might feel bad about the homeless - but once you start letting strange people stay in your house "for a few nights until they get on their feet", and then another comes, and another, eventually you will not have your own house or life any more.

    It is perhaps unkind to not let them stay under your roof, but the problem needs to be dealt with another way....such as in our case, not being a revolving door for the world's poor and needy as we lose our only house and home.

    It's a difficult situation and I think I resent those who have made it this way much more than the poor and needy who have done what most of us would have done in their shoes.

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  4. Reading the descriptions of the grants, this form of words appears common to many - variations of "improve self-esteem and social awareness". Funny, "esteem" is not a word in common usage, except when written by professional fund-raisers !

    And how many charities have English sounding names fronting for Muslim organisations. How about Southfield Community Action Forum Ltd(Charity Number 1108693). They are based in a Nelson mosque yet received £72,795 for dance lessons (see their annual report to the Charity Commission).

    Strange, because Children-in-Need state the do not give grants for "the promotion of religion".

    Was this charity once run by English people for the benefit of English people and has now been taken over by the asians.

    Anyway, it is a fake charity. Like so many others supported by Children-in-Need it relies on institutional funding, not voluntary public donations. Such charities do not give directly food, clothes, shelter, even toys, to those in need (the impression Children-in-Need likes to give) but employ tens of community workers as an extention of Local Authority Education and Social Services Departments.

    ... Sorry, it's becoming a rant so I'll stop

    Mike O.

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  5. No, you rant away Mike! lol.

    As you may know - I live in that area, but I have never heard of this charity. I know Southfield very well, or should I say, I used to know it well as a child, as it is VERY different now by what I have seen of it in recent years.

    Seeing as you picked that one and seeing as it is relevent to my immediate area, I thought I would do a little search myself.

    It gets even worse, lol.

    One of the "courses" they provide for this charity:

    "A course for leaners for who English is a second language. Designed to help learners develop their reading, writing and English speaking skills.

    The course also includes information and skills for gaining UK citizenship.

    An initial assesment will take place for each learner. Held at Southfield Community Action Forum. To enrol contact........."

    Great. Financing courses on how to let people stay in the country and claim their welfare.

    They appear to have spent £12,323 on computers in the last financial year. They really must be something special, perhaps NASA grade supercomputers? lol. Either that, or they are buying a lot of them or being careless and losing a lot?

    Surely you could buy around 80 second hand laptops off ebay for that kind of money. If it is a charity, surely they would not have to be brand new from the (no doubt asian owned) computer store?

    Anyway, You have to laugh, otherwise you'd cry.

    As I was sifting through the lists, many of them are non-descript. I only picked out the obvious ones and ones most likely to be ethnic ones (such as ones to 'tackle the risk of knife crimes').

    I bet the true £amount could be double that which I added up. Many are things like "community group and creche facilities in deprived area" and so on and so forth.

    Deprived and "disadvantaged" area is usually code-word for ethnic minority - but I thought I had better stick to the clear cut ones.

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  6. Ps.

    You said:

    "Like so many others supported by Children-in-Need it relies on institutional funding, not voluntary public donations. Such charities do not give directly food, clothes, shelter, even toys, to those in need (the impression Children-in-Need likes to give) but employ tens of community workers as an extention of Local Authority Education and Social Services Departments."

    I had never really given that aspect much thought before. Maybe that is what gnaws at me but never put my finger on - the network of things used as an extension of the state and the 'agenda' being waged.

    Charity for me, is people who are genuinely on the bread-line, cannot feed themselves, are disabled or ill, children with leukemia etc - not providing English lessons, dance classes or instructions on how to sucessfully gain permanent residence here.

    The support list on the charities site for this particular one even seems to include £500 from the local police force. Who gave them the right to do that? What was it for?

    More questions than answers, I suppose. Charities and their operation/rules are not really my forte, but just one of my irritants of modern Britain and the state we are in.

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