A special register allowing people to prevent charities from pestering them for donations will be created following the death of Olive CookeRead the full story ›
People are being warned to be wary of bogus charity collectors operating in Bath city centreRead the full story ›
The extent to which Bristol poppy seller Olive Cooke was constantly contacted by charities has been revealed.Read the full story ›
At Christmas many vulnerable people will be spending Christmas alone.Read the full story ›
A man who is having his leg amputated is inviting people to enter a competition to guess the weight of his amputated leg for charity.Read the full story ›
A Taunton-based charity that supports male victims of domestic abuse may have to close its helpline - because it doesn't have enough funding.
The ManKind Initiative says there's not enough support for male victims of domestic violence - and the stigma attached to the issue means they struggle to raise enough in donations to keep the helpline running.
Volunteers in Bristol are making final preparations for an aid convoy to help Syrian refugees in Northern France.
Hundreds of boxes of donated food, toiletries and clothing will be driven across the Channel tomorrow. The group will also help build shelters.
A former Royal Marine who lost his leg in Afghanistan has raised hundreds of pounds for charity.Read the full story ›
Thomas Henderson allegedly ensured deals for camping and survival equipment were given to his 35-year-old son John's companiesRead the full story ›
Bristol city centre was closed off this morning to allow ten thousand people to run the 27th Bristol half marathonRead the full story ›