CNF ARTICLES

This page contains articles written by representatives of Charity Needs Foundation or volunteers so named.
All articles on this page have been approved by the featured organisation where an organisation is specifically featured.

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  • K-Lea Clyne - Charity Liaison Officer
    You can find out more about K-Lea on the reps page

    This article is written by K-Lea Clyne for Charity Needs Foundation

    Neighbors Helping Neighbors
    The world witnessed unprecedented times when COVID-19 became a global pandemic, although many communities rallied for each other, our author, K-Lea Clyne, wanted to write about one that was helped by all its neighbors and a man who suffered the effects of the virus and pulled through to help this his suffering community.

    Author K-Lea Clyne


  • Hazel Arnold - Trustee
    You can find out more about Hazel on the reps page

    These are all articles written by Hazel Arnold for Charity Needs Foundation

    Sudden Death of Horses (Update 3)
    This is about an ongoing saga that has death, mystery and intrigue:
    It’s been 2 years of trouble, 2 years of toil, 2 years of questions with no answers to oil. It’s been 2 year of pressure pressing on their brains and 2 years of worry that could turn them insane...
    In this update we ask for expert help to bring this story to an end.
    Image by: horseprotection.it

    Grazing The Green
    This is about a new charity being setup to provide rehabilitated horse's with the possibility of getting adoped into a new home in Switzerland.
    Following on from our article "From The Horse's Mouth" about the rescues and care of abused horses in Spain by the charity “Easy Horse Care Rescue Foundation”, former long stay volunteer Jasmin Infeld has set up "Easy Horse Care Rescue Switzerland" where rehabilitated horses may find a suitable home.

    Author Hazel Arnold
    Photographers: Hazel Arnold, Elaine Warnock and easyhorsecarerescueschweiz.com

    From The Horse's Mouth
    This is a bit of a chilling story for you to read, but it's not for us to tell you ourselves and have you believe it, that’s why we’re going to let you understand it in the only way that makes sense: From The Horse’s Mouth.

    Author Hazel Arnold
    Photographers: Ian Russell & Hazel Arnold

    The Outstretched Outreach .
    This is an article about brilliant minds that the charity Goa OutReach are developing through their education program during COVID-19.

    Author Hazel Arnold
    Photographer: Goa Outreach

    South East Spain Gota Fria Fund
    This is the appeal for funding to help communities in South East Spain who were hit by the worst weather phenomena to hit the region in 100 years — the Gota Fria of September 2019.

    Author Hazel Arnold
    Photographer: Ian Russell

    The Budapest Street Sleepers
    This is the story of an organisation that feeds homeless people living on the streets of Budapest, Hungary.

    Author Hazel Arnold
    Photographer: Ian Russell

    A Life Saving Mandate
    This is the story of an organisation that is trying to get defibrillators into schools and other public places.

    Author Hazel Arnold
    Photographer: Ian Russell

    Safety for Vulnerable Girls
    This is the story of an organisation that protects and shelters vulnerable girls at high risk of falling into trafficking or sexual exploitation.

    Author Hazel Arnold
    Photographer: Ian Russell

    Neglect of Italian Horses
    This is the story of an organisation trying to save horses from abuse in one of the worst countries in Europe for such mistreatment.

    Author Hazel Arnold
    Photographer: Ian Russell

    The Pen, A Case And The Sewing Machine .
    This is the story of an organisation needing a sewing machine to make school bags for the children (street and slum kids) they supported and got back into education, though with a decree of financial difficulty.

    Author Hazel Arnold
    Photographer: Ian Russell


  • Ian Russell - Charity Liaison Official
    Ian has worked on all the articles that Hazel Arnold has written as the accompaying photographer.
    You can find out more about Ian on the reps page


  • Andrea Arnold - Trustee
    You can find out more about Andrea on the reps page

    These are all articles written or edited by Andrea Arnold for Charity Needs Foundation

    Virtual Kickboxing for WellChild
    This is an article about an ongoing online sporting contest to help young sports people be active during COVID-19 lockdown, whilst at the same time helping a children's charity that provides support at home for sick children instead of in hospital.
    The competition is open to kickboxers and martial artists around the globe. Article has registration details.

    Andrea Arnold
    Image by: Cimac Superleague

    Virtual Kickboxing for Young Minds (Update)
    This is an update article bringing the results of the first ever online kickboxing contest which was to help young sports people get some sort of mental activity out of the inactivity that COVID-19 lockdown had brought on.
    The event raised funds for the charity 'Young Minds' an organisation that covers all aspects of mental health issues amongst young people.

    Andrea Arnold
    Image by: Cimac Superleague

    Virtual Kickboxing for Young Minds
    This is an article about an online sporting contest to help young sports people get some sort of mental activity out of the inactivity that COVID-19 lockdown brought on.
    The competition was a kickboxing tournament to raise funds for Young Minds a charity that deals with and promotes mental health issues amongst young people.

    Andrea Arnold
    Image by: Cimac Superleague

    Wings — A Community Taking Off
    This is an article about a lockdown community art project donated to, Chestnut Tree House, the only children's hospice in Sussex, UK, to bring smiles and creativity to life limited kids after raising the enthusiasms of a COVID-19 depressed community.

    Author Sarah McBrearty, edited by Andrea Arnold

    Holiday With Purpose
    So you want to do something that helps others and gives you a purpose, but let's face it, we also want to do something that is right for us; ourselves.
    Guess what? The best of both worlds starts here.
    To fully appreciate what purpose you can serve, read this article.

    Author Andrea Arnold

    Ability To Achieve
    The Thai/Dutch registered charity founded in 2004 that helps disadvantaged and special needs students has an amazing team of local people, who have been working full-time at TCDF (Thai Child development Foundation) since 2006.
    To fully appreciate their service, read this article.

    Author Andrea Arnold


  • Jonathan Fleming - Trustee & Founder
    Jonathan is the founder of Charity Needs and looks after the IT services provided by CNF and can also be approached on all aspects of the organisation.
    You can find out more about Jonathan on the reps page

    These are all articles written by Jonathan Fleming for Charity Needs Foundation decending from the latest

    Jailed For Caring.
    This is a not a totally fake news story about an activists stand against wildlife caged as pets or used and abused within the tourist industry.
    His antics led him to a caged life of his own.

    Author Jonathan Fleming

    Sudden Death of Horses Update 2.
    This is the second update to the mysterious sudden death of 9 horses shortly after Italian Horse Protection Association's move to their new 600 acre home, where the horses were supposed to roam wild and free, but tragically 4 more horses have since died.
    Total count of these sudden mysterious death of horses is now 13.

    Author Jonathan Fleming

    A Special Need.
    Special needs are all around the voluntary sector, but one such special need is providing activities for autistic children and their families, this is what the charity 'Family Autistic Spectrum Support' does really well with resounding results.
    Author Jonathan Fleming

    Friends of Notre-Dame.
    The friends of Notre-Dame are the fund raising organisation of the cathederal and have been doing so for a number of years, only to see their work go up in smoke. This was a devastating blow.
    Author Jonathan Fleming

    Sudden Death of Horses Update 1.
    This is an update to the mysterious sudden death of 9 horses shortly after Italian Horse Protection Association's move to their new 600 acre home, where the horses were supposed to roam wild and free.

    Author Jonathan Fleming

    Hit By Cybercrime.
    This is about cybercrime impacting on the voluntary sector. It happened to our charity and it could happen to yours...
    Cybercrime is on the rise and it is a horrible experience to go through, especially for the voluntary sector, so we explain how to get through it or prevent it.

    Author Jonathan Fleming

    Sudden Death of Horses.
    This is about the mysterious death of 9 horses shortly after Italian Horse Protection Association's move to their new 600 acre home, where the horses were supposed to roam wild and free.

    Author Jonathan Fleming

    IHP On The Move.
    This is about the Italian Horse Protection Association getting a surprise phone call about a new home for their horses just when they needed it.

    Author Jonathan Fleming

    Podcast Interview With Heartmath Institute by Hiking In Heals.
    This is a feel good article about how you can condition the heart to connect with your brain to send it good feelings.

    Author Jonathan Fleming

    The Point of Giving.
    This is article the tries to demystify why we might feel guilty not giving to a charitable cause.

    Author Jonathan Fleming

    The Sensational Thames Sailing Barge Parade 2017.
    This article is about the second Thames Sailing Barge Parade on the river Thames just before it was announced to became a biannual event.

    Author Jonathan Fleming

    The Hit Parade.
    This article is about the first Thames Sailing Barge Parade, the obstacles and ultimate success of getting it on the river.

    Author Jonathan Fleming