A toddler with disabilities has walked for the first time with specialist therapy provided by a North East charity.Read the full story ›
The GWK Woodshed social enterprise is searching for a new home amid fears it may have to close in September when it's current lease ends.Read the full story ›
TV's Vicky Pattison and former footballer Kevin Ball took part in a charity 'sleep out' in Sunderland to raise awareness of homelessness .Read the full story ›
Thousands of people have turned out for the 35th annual Children's Cancer Run at Newcastle Racecourse.Read the full story ›
A North East charity is calling on people in Wearside to consider giving up their spare room to a homeless guest.Read the full story ›
The youngster's family say they're heartbroken as new scans show his treatment options are limitedRead the full story ›
A Billingham woman releases a single in memory of the brother she lost 14 years ago with all proceeds going to charity.Read the full story ›
44 players and 500 spectators have taken to the Riverside Stadium this afternoon.
It's part of a charity event to raise over £10,000 for both South Tees Renal Unit & Islamic Relief's work in Syria. Organisers said they wanted to help those in the local area, and those with acute needs abroad.
"Without the South Tees Renal unit, my late father would not have received the care and support that prolonged his life and gave us the opportunity to share so many precious moments.
It is impossible to express the gratitude we all feel, but I hope the money raised can go some way towards expressing how much the unit means to the people of Middlesbrough"
Islamic Relief is operating inside Syria and it provides support for civilians trapped by the on-going conflict.
Since the conflict began, Islamic relief says they have helped over 6.5 million people inside the country, and delivered an estimated £30 million in aid.
The money was collected from ticket sales of the final performance of Billy Elliot the Musical in London and donations from theatregoers.Read the full story ›
Local children’s Charity, Children North East, is warning other charities and businesses to be on their guard after phone lines at their head office in Newcastle were hacked at the weekend.
Fraudsters clocked up a bill of £680 calling premium numbers abroad.
The Charity, currently in the middle of its Christmas Appeal, learned of the intrusion when their telecoms provider, O2, contacted them on Monday morning.
We provide support to children, young people and families who are in desperate need of our help. It’s dreadful to think someone would steal from a charity especially at this time of year. Every Christmas we collect thousands of gifts, food, practical items and money for families in need. The £680 we are having to now pay for stolen phone calls should have provided support for children and families.
As an organisation we take security very seriously and we would like to thank O2 for looking out for us and bringing this to our attention before any more damage could be done.