Month: March 2018
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A child’s life is his home, school, friends and community. It takes a positive experience in all arenas to build a healthy child. We’re a registered nonprofit Jewish organization who, together with Oorah, our sister charity, help thousands of children develop into productive members of the community.
Our vision is to give our children the ability to succeed in life. We focus on educational, mentorship and year-round programs for our children, their families and their communities. We rely on thousands of volunteers. be a mentor
A quality education is foundational to a child’s success in so many areas of life. This principle guides our many programs helping children access educational opportunities. volunteer
With over 40 locations, ChillZone is a growing weekly program giving children a safe space to learn, socialize and enjoy quality time with mentors during after school hours.run a program
As one of the largest car donation charities we accept donations throughout the entire USA.
Computers For Charities
Supporting Charities the Community 1994 – 2017
Corporate computer donations similar to Charities can provide cost savings for companies and provide invaluable community benefit. CfC offers a well established track record and first rate Corporate services. For more information please click this LINK to view our Corporate services page
Companies can utilise Corporate gift aid, providing companies with tax benefits from donations of goods or cash
How donations work
What we offer:
CfC is an established reuse charity, providing full assurances to donors in respect of “data”,”liability” and where indicated “end of Life disposal”. (including certification and audit documentation)
All systems are fully wiped, following which new educational licensed operating systems and software are installed, machines bench tested prior to despatch to worthy organisations.
- Established track record over 250,000+ donated systems
- Microsoft Authorised Refurbisher
- Utilising Approved Industry standard data wiping of hard drives
- Secure data disposal services available. Includes; Degaussing / Shredding services
- Assumes Legal liability of donated equipment
- Audit trail of donated equipment available to donor’s for reports, etc
- Certification of data removal and asset transfer provided post delivery / collection
- 95% of equipment donated by Companies, Police authorities, NHS,
- Services to Educational establishments, Government departments, etc
- Cost savings for companies, Environmental and Genuine benefits gained from donating to Charity
Collection information: Donations or enquiries can be made by phone.T: 01323 848588 or email
and via this website.
Please Note: Equipment can be delivered or dropped off at our workshop in Hailsham, East Sussex by appointment.
- Corporates, Universities, Local Government, Schools: We offer Nationwide European collection services for viable quantities of working and viable equipment.
- Home collection Services are not available at this time.
- Financial donations: CfC is a registered Charity and support is welcome to aid development and projects
What to Donate
Considering Donating? Please note.
Legislation requires: Donated equipment be fully working realistically aged five years or less for suitable reuse
- i3 + Laptops PC / Mac Book Pro OS 10.10.5 +
- iMac intel type OS 10.10.5 +
- i3+ Towers, Desktops
- Mac Pro OS 10.10.5+
- Foreign currencies: Please send us your loose change, Euro’s. etc
- Mobile Phones: “Phones for Vans” check this LINK
- Non Computing equipment includes: Digital projectors, AV equipment, Sports equipment, Medical equipment, Microscopes, Video / Digital Cameras, Sound and copying equipment, Outboard Motors, Tractors, Hand Power tools (electric Petrol), etc.
- Items we cannot accept: Non working and items including Scanners, Inkjet printers, Fax machines, Photocopiers, Colour Laser printers, Non intel Apple Mac’s Older computer (CRT) screens
What to dispose of
Equipment not suited for reuse, Older or faulty Computer IT equipment requires to be recycled properly. We advise the following;
- Domestic / Household electrical recycling – Please try the FREECYCLE website or Contact your local council for information / advice
- Corporate, Local government, Charities, Schools, Hospitals – Contact your local council for advice or speak to “Recycling for Charities” our sister charity specialising in IT WEEE recycling. Including bulk IT disposal.
Recycling for Charities, is the recycling arm of Computers for Charities, providing National WEEE IT recycling services for older or non working IT equipment. We offer environmental and community benefits with competitive pricing as an established “not for profit” organisation.
Implemented on 1st July 2007, EU Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment directive (WEEE). Electrical / IT waste is the fastest growing element in the municipal waste stream. Many hazardous substances are present in everyday IT equipment (including older CRT monitors) and the WEEE directives classify many such items as Hazardous Waste, effectively to safeguard against toxic landfill disposal and promote better recycling processes.
Please Note: The following items “Hazardous Waste” require appropriate disposal: CRT monitors including older iMac’s, UPS systems, battery waste, etc.
For more information regarding “Recycling for Charities” please click the LINK
What I Wish I Knew Before I Donated My Eggs
I’ve wanted to write this article for such a long time.
Egg donation tends to be a sensitive subject for many different reasons. I’m going to share my story here in all aspects – the good, the bad, and the things I wish I knew before I started.
A little back story: my parents split when I was very young. As it turned out, neither of my parents were cut out to be parents, so my older sister and I were mostly raised by my grandparents. When my grandma got Alzheimer’s, it became our job to raise each other. We worked it out, my sister and I, and we are better people because of it.
But it did leave a financial hardship between the two of us.
Knowing my life’s struggles, my coworker approached me one day with the idea of donating my eggs. She told me I would be a “high demand” donor egg candidate due to my natural light hair and blue eyes. Said the process would be rewarding not only for myself, but I’d be helping a family on the road to their dream. Long story short, I went through a whole lot of physical and physiological tests before I was approved, then became “live” on the website as an active donor.
I was so surprised at how fast I was picked up.
Before I knew it, I was assigned nightly injections. Self-administered injections. And, let’s be honest, I am not a shot person. I literally pass out every time I see a needle piercing through my skin. I had to have my best friend Bri, who was in school to be an nurse at the time, come to my house each night to give them to me the first couple times. (Bless her soul!)
The process is not fun; and that is just the honest truth. You have to inject into fat, and being 112 pounds, I really could only inject into my small cookie pouch on my tummy near my belly button.
Each injection would bruise, so the next day I’d be injecting into the bruise that formed the night before. Not the most pleasant feeling. Then the bloating started. I felt as though I could feel every egg inside my ovaries. Everything hurt. Peeing, running, and in the last few days, even walking hurt. I could feel my heartbeat in my abdomen with every step. The idea of removing all that bloat and discomfort is SO overwhelmed me to the point that when it was time for the trigger shot and surgery, I was actually EXCITED!
Recovery is in my opinion the hardest. It took a good 4-5 days for anything to really start moving again. And by anything I mean… anything.
Connect with past current egg donors
“I’m grateful to be a part of this community where I can speak to real women who underwent egg retrieval.”
Recovering from the surgery
Two days after the surgery, I could get up and move around but it was just very uncomfortable. I thought that the more I rested, the less likely I’d be to get Ovarian Hyperstimulation Syndrome (OHSS), a potentially dangerous condition where the body has taken on too many hormones and ovaries can become swollen and painful.
I was told that OHSS is rare and that recovery would be easy.
After my egg donation surgery was finished, a week had passed and I still hadn’t been able to recover the way I was told I should.
My stomach was so bloated that I looked five months pregnant. It hurt to the touch. I was acutely aware of where my ovaries were, and I could feel a pulsing pain every time I tried to pee. The bloating and pain concerned me after it didn’t go away two days after the surgery, so I called the center.
I had OHSS and my nurse didn’t sound too surprised.
As it turned out, I was suffering from moderate OHSS after the doctor removed 28 eggs. She told me that I would start to pee out the excess fluid causing the bloating in a few days, to drink lots of clear fluids and fiber high foods. I was told if I continued to throw up once I had “made a bowel movement” then I should immediately go to the ER and show them my donor card. I did stop throwing up after I finally did have a bowel movement — eight days later.
I told myself that I wouldn’t do it again. I couldn’t go through with it again.
But the coordinating nurse changed my mind.
Three months after my first cycle, I returned to the clinic for my post-surgery physical. I sat down with my coordinating nurse. I was about to tell her to remove me from the database and thank her for the opportunity, but then she told me of an Intended Parent’s status. This woman had struggled through two marriages due to her infertility. She had been trying to have a child and start a family for over 20 years. She was a breast cancer survivor and a part of traveling ministry to underprivileged towns and civilizations.
So I did it. I donated again. And I got OHSS again — 32 eggs were taken.
The Good Side of Egg Donation
Through my donation, she was going to give birth to beautiful twins in about six months.
At that moment, I couldn’t feel anything other than pure, unadulterated happiness.
Something I don’t think I had ever had the ability to feel before. Tears streamed down my cheeks without any control, and I didn’t want to control it. In that moment, I felt like I had done exactly what I was meant to do, and was where I knew I was making a real difference in life.
It was that feeling alone that drove me to a second cycle.
After my final egg retrieval, I was lucky enough to receive a Christmas gift from them at about mid cycle, with a handwritten card and pictures. I’ll never forget that feeling — the same feeling of happiness rushed over me. But I knew that my body could not handle another cycle. This was my last one.
That sort of appreciation in life is far and very few between and I see myself as blessed to be able to participate in something so amazing.
The Bad Side of Egg Donation
Sadly, the way we are ushered into the egg donation process as young women is NOT fair.
Today, I am suffering from medical issues due to the stimulation and surgeries from my egg donations. I had always been in perfect health. Never in my life had I ever even broken a bone, or sprained an ankle. I did dance my whole life. I went to the gym 3-5 times a week. I have always been an active person with a healthy body.
Two weeks after my period after the retrieval, I was getting out of bed when all of a sudden I had a surge of shooting, debilitating pain through my back and legs. It threw me to my knees. I was home alone, and scared. Once the vibrating pain ceased, I tried to pull myself back up, and sure enough it happened again. I had never in my life cried out in pain until that day.
My boyfriend was at work and not nearby his phone. My sister was in her third trimester and at a doctor’s appointment. No answer. I called my mother.
She drove over, and had to pick me up off my floor, and help me to the car to get me to the ER. Every bump in the road ripped through my back like knives. By the time we got there, my back had swelled and ballooned to one side, like I had a severe spinal deformity.
Once I got back home that day and saw myself in the mirror, I broke down in sobs of panic again, and my poor boyfriend had to do everything in his might to calm me down. The ER gave me an IV, Anti-Inflammatories, muscle relaxers, and pain killers — enough to get me through to my doctor’s appointment in two days. Those two days were miserable. Every moment when I wasn’t completely hopped up on the prescriptions, I was miserable.
I couldn’t walk to the bathroom alone. My boyfriend had to pick me up to bring me there, and even that caused the knifing vibration through my back and legs.
When my doctor looked at my x-rays, he couldn’t understand how I had sustained such nerve damage without any injury.
He asked me numerous times if I had fallen, or been working out. I hadn’t even returned to the gym yet. After explaining to him I had donated eggs about a month prior and undergone hormone treatment and surgery, he said that the retrieval is the only thing that could have caused such nerve damage leading what he diagnosed as “severe sciatica.”
A condition that will stay with my whole life, and I must constantly be aware of.
Running sets off those twinges in my back, heavy lifting and even just trying to fall asleep on my tummy — which used to be how I slept — can set them off.
Basically, my damaged nerve was unnoticed and untreated after the surgery. When I got OHSS and then my menstrual cycle, the damaged nerve flared up, causing permanent nerve damage to my lower back. Every period I have had since does not just include PMS and “cramps” anymore. On top of the usual cramps, I am hit with that knifing back pain. The anxiety about it happening again sets off a nervous phobia in me every month, because I am so scared to experience that pain again. Knowing it can just come back anytime is a lot to deal with.
Even to this day — six months after my second and final donation — sometimes during a cough, or in the middle of a workout, or even while adjusting my body in bed, I feel that sharp stabbing pain in my ovary for a split second before it disappears.
I have severe back issues now. Running will never be the same for me. The pressure of my body hitting the pavement brings my body back to the same pain and bloating feeling I had while I was administering the shots — sharp pains, shortness of breath, bloating.
E-donations make us : )
Out-of-date workstations and devices are worth a lot to Goodwill. In fact, we’ve partnered with Dell’s Reconnect program to help you easily and responsibly recycle household electronic wares. Bring computers and peripherals to any participating Goodwill collection location and we’ll give you a receipt. Helping your community and saving the planet isn’t just tax deductible. It’s free!
- Desktop Computers
- Laptop, Notebook and Netbook Computers
- Hard Drives – Internal or External
- Mice (not the live ones, please)
- Cords and Cables
- Ink and Toner Cartridges
- Microsoft Xbox
- Microsoft Zune
- Microsoft Webcams
It’s all valuable to Goodwill!
What’s the Reconnect program?
This Goodwill-Dell partnership is a residential computer recycling program that offers easy, convenient and planet-friendly recycling of computer equipment. All you do is simply drop-off items at a participating Goodwill donation center. It’s a 100% free hug for Mother Earth!
Does my local Goodwill store accept electronics?
You can drop computers and e-ware at any Goodwill location. We’re not picky either!
Is personal information secure if I donate a computer?
Consumers should remove personal data from hard drives and other storage media before donating to Goodwill. Dell also performs intensive third-party audits of its recycling program – more than 150 first-tier audits have already been performed to ensure the strictest standards are being followed.
We do refurbish and sell computers in our retail stores so people can purchase a system, complete with Microsoft Windows operating software, at an affordable price. Before we do that, we wipe hard drives cleaner than clean — to the standards of the United States Department of Defense to be exact.
Is it really worth my time to donate an old computer?
One working computer given to Goodwill is worth 5.3 hours of career counseling. To the person getting the counseling, your old laptop is important. Like, hey-I-got-a-job important.
How to Donate Eggs
Many women want to have a child but are not able to conceive for many reasons. Some women have medical conditions that cause problems with their ovarian function leading to problems with normal egg production. For these women, participating in the process of receiving an egg donated by another women is often the answer. Becoming an egg donor involves medical evaluations and legal advice. Know what is ahead should you choose to be an egg donor.
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Donating Your Eggs Anonymously or Directly Edit
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Undergoing the Screening Process Edit
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13 Places to Donate Clothing
Offering service in 22 different states, VVA will pick up your used clothes and use funds from re-sale to assist veterans with hospital bills, food, and housing. It’s as easy as visiting pickupplease.org or calling 800-775-VETS.
Sales from gently used clothing, shoes, toys, and electronics help fund job training programs and employment placement services for people who have disabilities, lack education, or face employment challenges. Join 79 million people by finding out where you can donate locally.
3. Donate My Dress
The first of its kind, this Hearst Teen Network-run organization gives your old prom dress new life by gifting it to those who can’t afford one. Make a donation at one of 180 country-wide locations or through the mail; head online to find a drop-off location near you.
An offshoot of Soles4Souls, this non-profit organization collects new clothes from manufacturers and gently worn clothes from you, then supplies them to impoverished countries around the world. With over 670 locations throughout the U.S., giving is a cinch. See more info here.
If you unearth household finds or children’s items that could use a new home, look no further. Give new or barely worn baby clothes, toys, and furniture to this family-friendly, non-profit charity to support those living in poverty. See information here for sending in donations or dropping off locally in NYC or Boston.
6. Salvation Army
With locations countrywide, this 147-year old organization accepts gently worn clothing, toys, furniture, and household goods to benefit the homeless and less privileged. Visit its website to find your nearest location or to organize a pick-up.
7. St. Vincent de Paul
After a full-home cleanse-and-sweep, donate gently used clothing and house wares to hundreds of locations across America (they’ll accept cars, too, if you’re really cleaning house). Profits from sales will help provide hot meals, medicine, housing assistance, and job training to various groups in need, including Hurricane Sandy victims. Visit svdpusa.org to drop-off at a thrift store near you.
No matter where you live, clothing and furniture you’re ready to pass on can help provide support for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities and their families. Click here to find a location in your area of the country.
And for any designer duds that you can’t quite give away just yet, Bib + Tuck lets you swap clothes and accessories from the comfort of your sofa with its invitation-only site. Simply upload photos of your own wares, then peruse other online “wardrobes” to purchase items using virtual dollars.
10. The Bridge To Success
This Chicago-based group accepts office-appropriate clothing for men and women, along with unused cosmetics and toiletries, to help those less fortunate embark on their career path. Head online or call 312-733-9742 for more information.
New York-Based Charities
11. Bottomless Closet
In NYC? Donate gently worn, office-appropriate clothing to support under-privileged women interviewing for new jobs. Drop off clothes at 15 Penn Plaza, B Level, Suite 40, NY NY 10001.
12. New York Cares
Join hundreds of New Yorkers helping to keep their fellow man warm by donating a gently used coat to New York’s largest volunteer organization. Visit them online to find out where you can drop your unwanted coat.
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We are not a medical facility and, therefore, we are unable to give medical advice. However, we would like to provide some basic medical information for our donors which is informative for our recipients as well. We recommend that you also review our Egg Donation Process page so you may see all the steps that will be required of our egg donors in a typical egg donor cycle.
Females are born with all of their eggs, about one to two million immature eggs, or follicles, in her ovaries. Throughout her life, the vast majority of follicles will die through a process known as atresia. When a woman reaches puberty and starts to menstruate, only about 400,000 follicles remain. Each month when a woman menstruates, an average of 10-20 eggs are produced, but this number differs with each female. There is a dominant egg selected by the body that will be used for ovulation and the other eggs are released or absorbed by the body. When a donor participates in an egg donation cycle, the fertility drugs that she takes will have her body develop the eggs that would normally be discarded by her body during that month s menstrual cycle.
The Egg Donor will work with the IVF physician selected by the recipient couple. Each physician has his or her own protocol for the cycle. Once the donor is medical cleared by the doctor (when all the pre-testing and medical/genetic testing results come back with excellent results), the doctor will draft up a medications calendar for the egg donor to follow. Donors typically take medications for about 3 weeks leading up to the egg retrieval. While on medications, donors will be medically monitored every couple of days to ensure the medications and dosage are correct for the best possible retrieval. The medical monitoring consists of a blood draw and an ultrasound. The medications protocol may change depending on the Egg Donor s reaction to the drugs.
As previously mentioned, the medications the egg donor takes helps develop all the eggs produced during the donor s menstrual cycle. The fertility doctor in charge of your cycle wants to have the best possible retrieval and has your safety and well being as a priority. The IVF physician should educate you and provide more details about the medications you will be taking and the exact medical procedures. When you are working with the primary IVF physician for your egg donor cycle, the IVF center should provide written information about the medications and procedures, as well as the possible side effects and risks associated with each medication and procedure.
As with any medications and medical procedures, there are potential risks that are assumed by the patient. Long term consequences of egg donation are not known, but we believe that the medical risks associated with egg donation are very low and that egg donation is a safe process. We are an egg donation agency and not a medical facility so we are not able to discuss the actual or potential side effects of medications or procedures as this may be deemed as practicing medicine. We are only able to share the knowledge that we have accumulated over the 20+ years of working in the infertility industry, but it is the donor s sole responsibility to research all such risks and to discuss all medical issues with your doctor. Two informative websites we recommend our donors to visit to investigate more about the medications, procedures and potential side effects are TheAFA.org and ASRM.org These are two non-profit organizations that are well-respected in the infertility field.
Typically, the first medication will be birth control pills to synchronize your monthly menstrual cycle with the carrier, who could be the aspiring mother or the recipient s surrogate. Next, you will take daily injections of hormones (most likely Lupron), to shut down your ovulation, putting you in a short-term menopausal condition. The daily injections are self administered and often administered in the thigh or belly with a small needle. The primary IVF physician or their nurse coordinator will show you how to do this. The injections are simple to administer. These daily injections will be for about 10-14 days.
After injecting Lupron, you will begin a series of injections using gonadotropin hormones such as Follistim, Gonal-F, Repronex or Menopur which assists in increasing the number of follicles developing in the ovaries. The reason for the follicles to develop is they contain the eggs that the physician is trying to grow for the retrieval. To time the egg retrieval and to bring the final stages of maturation to the eggs, the egg donor will receive an HCG injection to stimulate ovulation as the final injection. HCG is has been used safely for many years and is a natural hormone.
It is essential that you speak with the IVF physician to understand everything required of you prior to starting any medications. While on medications, the donor is extremely fertile and it is crucial to refrain from all sexual activity. If the donor becomes pregnant or contracts an STD while on medications, the cycle will have to be cancelled, and the donor will be in breach of contract and subject to reimbursement of all costs the recipient couple incurred for the screening, travel, medications, etc. for the donor cycle. Normal sexual activity may be resumed 8-10 days after the retrieval when the donor s menstrual cycle starts.
While on medications, there are other restrictions the donor must follow. The donor must refrain from consuming any medications not prescribed or approved by the IVF physician. The donor must also refrain from consuming alcohol. The other medications or alcohol may have an impact on the effectiveness of the stimulation medications, which in turn may affect the quality and quantity of your eggs and the resulting embryos. The donor will be in breach of contract if she consumes alcohol or take drugs during the medications stage.
Most egg donation cycles are free of complications, but if you are experiencing any side effects as a result of taking any medications prescribed by the IVF doctor, you should notify the doctor and the IVF center immediately. Failure to notify the doctor could result in severe complications. Your health and well-being is the most important thing so please monitor how you feel and contact the IVF doctor if you have any questions or are experiencing any symptoms or complications.
Some Christian Charities
“Each man should give what he has decided in his heart to give,
not reluctantly or under compulsion,
for God loves a cheerful giver.” 2Corinthians 9:7
General International Relief
for the Impoverished
World Vision is an international Christian humanitarian organization serving the world’s poor and displaced by providing programs that help save lives, bring hope, and restore dignity. This assistance is provided without regard to people’s religious beliefs, gender, or ethnic background.
Getting InvolvedFood for the Hungry
- Mission Statement:
Food For The Hungry is an international organization of Christian motivation, committed to working with poor people to overcome hunger and poverty through integrated self-development and relief programs. Relief efforts include famines in Africa, typhoons in Southeast Asia, floods in the United States, and earthquakes in Central America.
Christian Disaster Relief
- Mission Statement:
Develops transportation and distribution programs for disaster relief supplies through churches, missionaries and other Christian organizations in the affected areas. Coordinates with other responding agencies to ensure non-duplication of efforts while ensuring that all disaster-caused needs are met. Provides food service and medical assistance to victims in the disaster-affected areas
Mission of Mercy
- Mission Statement:
Mission of Mercy is helping to meet the physical and spiritual needs of hurting people in poverty-stricken areas of the world. Through emergency and support roles, people receive food, education, medical aid and hope in Jesus Christ.
Operation BlessingMission Statement:
Our mission is to demonstrate God’s love by alleviating human need and suffering in the United States and around the world. In efforts to relieve human suffering we combat hunger, deprivation and physical affliction with the provision of food, clothing, shelter, medical care and other basic necessities of life. We also help facilitate the development of healthy, vibrant and self-sustaining communities by addressing larger issues of education, food security, potable water, employment, community health, and disaster mitigation projects. In every endeavor, OBI seeks to exemplify Christian compassion and benevolence while conforming to the highest standards of integrity.
Adoption Helping Children
Christian World Adoption is an international adoption agency with programs in six countries.
Getting Involved Compassion International Mission Statement:
Compassion International is an evangelical Christian child development ministry dedicated to addressing the needs of children around the world, including those in the United States. More than a relief program, Compassion focuses on the real-life needs of children—spiritual, physical, economic, and social.
“World Missionary Evangelism, Inc.” is a worldwide, interdenominational, non-sectarian, missionary movement. WME reaches out to those in need through caring for Thousands of Orphans, Building Native Churches, Children’s Homes, Leper control centers, Schools, and Training centers for the blind in needy lands.
Helping Persecuted Christians
An inter-denominational aid and relief organisation encouraging Christians to support and pray for the suffering and persecuted church world-wide.
Getting Involved Christian Freedom International Mission Statement:
Christian Freedom International is an interdenominational human rights organization for religious liberty helping persecuted Christians through advocacy and direct aid.
World Wide Preaching of the Gospel
Our vision is to see Bible translation in progress among every language group that needs it by the year 2025
Getting Involved Gospel for Asia Mission Statement:
The mission of Gospel for Asia is to reach the unreached of Asia with the Gospel of Jesus Christ and fulfill the Great Commission through recruiting, training, sending and assisting qualified laborers to win the lost and plant local churches in partnership with the body of Christ.
Getting Involved The Jesus Film Project The JESUS Film Project seeks to give everyone in the world one chance to hear the gospel in their own language through the JESUS Film. Through use by The JESUS Film Project, and more than 835 has been seen by more than 3.3 billion people worldwide.