You can make an amazing difference at any of the small local charities that we support by giving a little of your time to volunteer. Whatever your interests, experience or skills, we are sure they have a role for you.
Haslemere Youth Hub is the realisation behind the dream to build a bustling community centre for preschoolers, up to teens and young adults including rental studio and office space. The Haslemere Youth Hub is a registered charity (Charity No 1182842) headed up by Karen & Nadeana, who will manage all the activities and make sure there is plenty of variety in the Hub. The Haslemere Youth Hub is a safe place for teens to study, socialise and chill after school.
The Hub Grub Cafe is in the centre of the building where fresh coffees, teas, hot chocolates and cakes will be served daily. There’s a miniature role play area “Caterpillar Cafe” for your little ones to enjoy with an ice cream cart, market stall and kitchen for them to make their own teas and cakes.See more
DogWatch UK rescue and rehome dogs. Registered Charity no 1118841. They are a small rescue, based and operating in the UK, and we were registered as a charity in 2006.
They have a small team of excellent compassionate volunteers (more always welcome!), who get involved in everything from updating the website, to transporting dogs across the country, to fostering in their own homes, to vet runs, to home checks and helping at fundraising events. You will see by their pages that they help any dog that needs help, they don’t discriminate, and they do our best to help all dogs. They don’t have their own kennels they have a small number of foster homes, where dogs waiting for their forever home live as part of the family.See more
We donate £1 on behalf of each annual member every year to our choice of charities. We will keep you all updated on the website with what we have all managed to accomplish.
We try and help spread the word amongst the local community and encourage others to support, volunteer and donate. Join together and get things done
We aim to raise money in house by organising a summer raffle with the kind support of our independent partners. All proceeds to be donated to local animal charities.
On the 16th of July 2011, I walked out of the RSPCA with a little white and brown dog at my heals, following and trusting me like I’d known him since the day he was born. Little did I know that he was going to often need me like a son, occasionally pick me up like a father and always be at my side like a best friend. At age 14, on the 7th May 2019, George very suddenly passed away and it has left me with a void that I cannot imagine I will ever be able to totally fill. He was a part of everything that I did, by my side every hour I worked to create The Mustcard and for that very reason, I want him to remain an integral part of what started out as a joint venture. In his honour and memory, I have created ’Doing Good For George’ – a way for The Mustcard to do good in the honour of his name.
We donate £1 on behalf of every annual member every year to our choice of charities.
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