International Day of Charity
The aim of the global event is to increase social responsibility, as well as to expand the public’s support for charitable causes.
Charity is defined as the generous actions and donations given to aid the poor, ill, helpless and most vulnerable members of society. Today (5 September) is known globally as the ‘International Day of Charity’.
The aim of the global event is to increase social responsibility, as well as to expand the public’s support for charitable causes. It is seen as an opportunity to raise awareness and provide a platform for charity events to take place globally.
We know that 2022 has been a tough year for everyone, with very little to spare financially. Getting involved in charity doesn’t necessarily have to be in the form of monetary donations. There are so many ways to help, no matter how much time you have, or how much you can afford financially. If you're looking for a charity that supports children in out-of-home care, a couple of organisations we encourage you to support are: