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Background imageCharities Collection: Vivienne Whiteright, Mandy Clarke, and Phillipa Lewis, female crew members of

Vivienne Whiteright, Mandy Clarke, and Phillipa Lewis, female crew members of the Little and Broadhaven lifeboat operating the beat at St Brides Bay, Pembrokeshire. 3rd February 1990

Background imageCharities Collection: 'Boomtown Rats'On Tour. Bob Geldof and girlfriend Paula Yates

"Boomtown Rats"On Tour. Bob Geldof and girlfriend Paula Yates
" Boomtown Rats" On Tour. Bob Geldof and girlfriend Paula Yates. October 1979 P003859

Background imageCharities Collection: Live Aid Concert in aid of the Feed the World campaign for the starving millions in

Live Aid Concert in aid of the Feed the World campaign for the starving millions in Africa, Where music stars performed many songs for charity pictured is the finale of the show with George Michael

Background imageCharities Collection: Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon

Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon, showing biplanes flying in formation above the spectators. 1928

Background imageCharities Collection: Crew of the Barry lifeboat Arthur and Blanche Harris Frederick Batten and Eric Fry (right

Crew of the Barry lifeboat Arthur and Blanche Harris Frederick Batten and Eric Fry (right) at the tiller on board the boat. Standing left is Mr. Emlyn Davies. 14th March 1970

Background imageCharities Collection: Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon

Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon, showing a two-propeller plane nosediving. 1937

Background imageCharities Collection: Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon

Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon, showing a stylised biplane in flight. 1935

Background imageCharities Collection: Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon

Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon, showing two pilots in flight, with other planes in the background. 1936

Background imageCharities Collection: Sheffield Association in aid of the Adult Deaf and Dumb, sign language (I am thine, O Lord), 1908

Sheffield Association in aid of the Adult Deaf and Dumb, sign language (I am thine, O Lord), 1908
Sheffield Association in aid of the Adult Deaf and Dumb was established in 1862 with the aim of promoting the wellbeing of the deaf and dumb and assisting them in obtaining employment

Background imageCharities Collection: Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon

Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon, showing a biplane against a stylised red, white and grey background. 1933

Background imageCharities Collection: Crewmen of the Fishguard and Goodwick Lifeboat: left to right: Ken Bean, Ieuan Bateman

Crewmen of the Fishguard and Goodwick Lifeboat: left to right: Ken Bean, Ieuan Bateman, Noel Murrow, Roy Williams, Jack Jenkins, Glyn Bateman, Richard Fowles, George Bateman and Byron Nichols

Background imageCharities Collection: Francis Rossi lead singer with Pop Group Status Quo singing on stage at Live Aid concert

Francis Rossi lead singer with Pop Group Status Quo singing on stage at Live Aid concert, 13th July 1985

Background imageCharities Collection: Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon

Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon, showing a pilot in flying gear, gesturing towards three biplanes in flight. 1934

Background imageCharities Collection: Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon

Royal Air Force Display Poster, Hendon, showing red and black planes in the air, with stylised red and black trails of smoke. 1932

Background imageCharities Collection: John McDermott, coxswain of the Hoylake lifeboat with crew members Richard Martindale

John McDermott, coxswain of the Hoylake lifeboat with crew members Richard Martindale, Alan Tolley. Steve Armitage and Jeff Kernighan. 4th October 1990

Background imageCharities Collection: The Barry lifeboat RNLB Rachel and Mary Evans at Barry docks. Circa 1961

The Barry lifeboat RNLB Rachel and Mary Evans at Barry docks. Circa 1961

Background imageCharities Collection: Keeping a lookout during exercises of the Barry lifeboat in the Bristol Channel is crew

Keeping a lookout during exercises of the Barry lifeboat in the Bristol Channel is crew member Mr. Emlyn Davies. 14th May 1970

Background imageCharities Collection: Carving a wake in the winter grey waters of the Bristol Channel

Carving a wake in the winter grey waters of the Bristol Channel, the Barry lifeboat Arthur and Blanche Harris sets out on an exercise. 13th March 1970

Background imageCharities Collection: Live Aid Concert in aid of the Feed the World campaign for the starving millions in

Live Aid Concert in aid of the Feed the World campaign for the starving millions in Africa, Where music stars performed many songs for charity pictured is the finale of the show with George Michael

Background imageCharities Collection: The new lifeboat Augustus and Laura is named by Lady Frances Osborne at Newbiggin

The new lifeboat Augustus and Laura is named by Lady Frances Osborne at Newbiggin. 24th June 1939

Background imageCharities Collection: The new motor lifeboat Robert and Marcella Beck in Plymouth before its naming ceremony in

The new motor lifeboat Robert and Marcella Beck in Plymouth before its naming ceremony in Plymouth, Devon. 3rd July 1927

Background imageCharities Collection: A new lifeboat, the Will and Fanny Kirby, launched at Seaham Harbour to replace

A new lifeboat, the Will and Fanny Kirby, launched at Seaham Harbour to replace the George Elmy which capsized with the loss of eight men. 21st September 1963

Background imageCharities Collection: The naming ceremony of the new Barry Dock lifeboat the Arthur and Blanche Harris

The naming ceremony of the new Barry Dock lifeboat the Arthur and Blanche Harris, was performed on Saturday afternoon at Barry Docks by Lady Traherne, the wife of the Lord Lieutenant of Glamorgan

Background imageCharities Collection: Thirteen year old Denis Homer of Dudley, Worcestershire is visited by footballers of

Thirteen year old Denis Homer of Dudley, Worcestershire is visited by footballers of the West Bromwich Albion team at his home

Background imageCharities Collection: Music Artists gather for recording new version of Band Aid charity single

Music Artists gather for recording new version of Band Aid charity single, Do They Know Its Christmas?" at the PWL Studios in South London, Sunday 3rd December 1989. Pictured: Paula Yates

Background imageCharities Collection: Live Aid concert at Wembley Stadium, Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury on stage

Live Aid concert at Wembley Stadium, Queen lead singer Freddie Mercury on stage, Saturday 13th July 1985

Background imageCharities Collection: London Marathon 1982 Joyce Smith finishing the Marathon - The first woman home

London Marathon 1982 Joyce Smith finishing the Marathon - The first woman home

Background imageCharities Collection: WW1 poster, Red Cross recruitment

WW1 poster, Red Cross recruitment
Poster, Red Cross recruitment -- Join! The Greatest Mother. circa 1918

Background imageCharities Collection: Sheffield Hospitals Appeal egg collection poster, 1938

Sheffield Hospitals Appeal egg collection poster, 1938
Original at Local Studies MP 1917 L

Background imageCharities Collection: Salvation Army elevator

Salvation Army elevator
Men at work sorting waste paper in a Salvation Army Elevator. Elevators, which aimed to help the unskilled or unemployed, combined a factory space together with hostel accommodation for those working

Background imageCharities Collection: Red Cross Poster - World War I

Red Cross Poster - World War I
Poster asking for donations to the British Red Cross during World War I, stressing urgently that six pounds a minute is required to maintain the number of motor ambulances, hospital ships

Background imageCharities Collection: Silhouetted against the waters of Moelfre Bay, Anglesey, Wales

Silhouetted against the waters of Moelfre Bay, Anglesey, Wales, Captain Evans watches from the lifeboat house as the crew practice a launch. 20th June 1969

Background imageCharities Collection: Coxswain of the Barry Lifeboat Mr. Frank Tinsley watches the life line land on the rocks

Coxswain of the Barry Lifeboat Mr. Frank Tinsley watches the life line land on the rocks of the Barry shore after he had fired the rocket carrying the line set up a breeches buoy during an exercise

Background imageCharities Collection: Before the shortage: An historic photo of Oxfam worker Riva Flexer with last week

Before the shortage: An historic photo of Oxfam worker Riva Flexer with last weeks red nose consignment in 1988

Background imageCharities Collection: Eccleston Grange, St Helens, Merseyside, 19th October 1945, on the outskirts of St Helens

Eccleston Grange, St Helens, Merseyside, 19th October 1945, on the outskirts of St Helens, the property has been given to the boroughs Education Committee to use as a school for special needs children

Background imageCharities Collection: Former Ark Royal skipper Rear Admiral Wilfred Graham (second from left

Former Ark Royal skipper Rear Admiral Wilfred Graham (second from left) and secretary Stan Green (third left) with lifeboatmen at Newbiggin as they inspect the new Atlantic 21 semi inflatable inshore

Background imageCharities Collection: Coxswain of Mumbles Lifeboat Derek Scott, aged 43 of Mumbles Road, Southend

Coxswain of Mumbles Lifeboat Derek Scott, aged 43 of Mumbles Road, Southend, Gower pictured with the RNLI rescue craft at Mumbles Head. 14th August 1972

Background imageCharities Collection: The crew of the city of Bradford III at Humber Lifeboat Station at Spurn Point

The crew of the city of Bradford III at Humber Lifeboat Station at Spurn Point on the Humber Estuary in East Yorkshire. They are front coxswain Robertson Buchan

Background imageCharities Collection: John Stonehouse Postmaster General and MP for West Bromwich enjoys a cup of tea after

John Stonehouse Postmaster General and MP for West Bromwich enjoys a cup of tea after completing the West Bromwich Charity Walk in aid of the Mayors Holiday Home for the Aged Project

Background imageCharities Collection: Colin Gregg, headmaster of the Kings School, Tynemouth

Colin Gregg, headmaster of the Kings School, Tynemouth, and Chairman of the Childrens cancer run committee, handed over a bumper cheque for £ 124, 030 to consultant paediatrician Dr

Background imageCharities Collection: Lady Mae Hall, wife of Sir John Hall property developer (knighted 1991

Lady Mae Hall, wife of Sir John Hall property developer (knighted 1991) and life president and former chairman of Newcastle United football club (1992 to 1997), pictured at Wynyard Hall Estate

Background imageCharities Collection: Princess Diana and Prince Charles at Live Aid Concert, Wembley Stadium

Princess Diana and Prince Charles at Live Aid Concert, Wembley Stadium. 13th July 1985

Background imageCharities Collection: Two chimps and their girl friend model Anna de Cadenet went to the Booker Air Field High

Two chimps and their girl friend model Anna de Cadenet went to the Booker Air Field High Wycombe today to look over the plane which is being sent to the Meru Game Reserve in Kenya to help the World

Background imageCharities Collection: Royal Cornwall Museums activity table at the Royal Cornwall Show, Royal Cornwall Showground

Royal Cornwall Museums activity table at the Royal Cornwall Show, Royal Cornwall Showground, Whitecross, Wadebridge
Visitors enjoying Royal Cornwall Museums activity table in the heritage tent at the Royal Cornwall Show. One of a series of digital images documenting the Royal Institution of Cornwalls participation

Background imageCharities Collection: Royal Cornwall Museum staff enjoy afternoon tea at the Royal Cornwall Show

Royal Cornwall Museum staff enjoy afternoon tea at the Royal Cornwall Show, Royal Cornwall Showground, Whitecross
The Royal Cornwall Museums Individual Gifts Manager and Director enjoy afternoon tea following the Princes Countryside Parade at the Royal Cornwall Show

Background imageCharities Collection: The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall attend afternoon tea at the Royal Cornwall Show

The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall attend afternoon tea at the Royal Cornwall Show, Royal Cornwall Showground
The Duke and Duchess of Cornwall (centre) attend afternoon tea following the Princes Countryside Parade at the Royal Cornwall Show

Background imageCharities Collection: Preparing for the Princes Countryside Parade at the Royal Cornwall Show

Preparing for the Princes Countryside Parade at the Royal Cornwall Show, Royal Cornwall Showground, Whitecross
Royal Cornwall Museum staff and the Chairman of the Royal Institution of Cornwall prepare to take part in the Princes Countryside Parade at the Royal Cornwall Show

Background imageCharities Collection: Royal Cornwall Museums trade stand at the Royal Cornwall Show, Royal Cornwall Showground

Royal Cornwall Museums trade stand at the Royal Cornwall Show, Royal Cornwall Showground, Whitecross, Wadebridge
Royal Cornwall Museums trade stand in the heritage tent at the Royal Cornwall Show. One of a series of digital images documenting the Royal Institution of Cornwalls participation in the Royal



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"Charities: Uniting Communities and Changing Lives" From the historic Royal Air Force Display Poster at Hendon to the courageous crew of the Barry lifeboat Arthur and Blanche Harris Frederick Batten and Eric Fry, they have always been at the forefront of making a difference. Whether it's rescuing lives or entertaining crowds like Francis Rossi, lead singer with Pop Group Status Quo, who sang on stage at Live Aid concert, their impact is undeniable. In 1908, the Sheffield Association in aid of the Adult Deaf and Dumb showcased sign language as a powerful tool for communication with their heartfelt rendition of "I am thine, O Lord". This display highlighted how charities not only provide support but also foster inclusivity within society. The Royal Air Force Display Posters at Hendon serve as a reminder that charities extend beyond borders. They bring people together from all walks of life to carve a wake in even the harshest conditions. Just like the brave crewmen of Fishguard and Goodwick Lifeboat - Ken Bean and Ieuan Bateman - who fearlessly navigate through treacherous waters and can more than just organizations; they are beacons of hope that shine brightly amidst adversity. Their unwavering dedication to serving others has transformed countless lives across generations. From providing aid during times of crisis to championing causes close to our hearts, these selfless acts embody compassion in its purest form. So let us celebrate these remarkable charities that continue to inspire change every day. Together, we can create a world where kindness knows no boundaries and everyone has an equal chance for happiness.