Have you read an article or a tweet recently with #GivingTuesday, but didn't know what it was referring to? Well then let us fill you in! The name Giving Tuesday pretty much describes exactly what it is, a national day of giving back to good causes that happens once a year on a Tuesday.
This week, more than 190 countries will gather in Paris to avoid the dangerous effects of global warming. How can you help? So far, 160 countries have pledged to reduce their emissions of greenhouse gases by 2025 or 2030.
Most of us don't even like to hear the word Christmas before December 1st, let alone start preparing for it. However, when loads of great charities start selling their own Christmas cards early it means that we also need to get buying so as to make sure that we don't miss out!
This week, associations, businesses, schools, organisations, institutions and individuals across the UK will celebrate Kindness Day UK (Friday 13th November). This joyful celebration aims to increase the value of kindness in society as well as increase the amount of kind acts that take place, making kindness a greater part in our daily life.
It's nearly Bonfire Night and what better way to celebrate than by watching a great firework display with your friends and family. There are lots of displays happening on the 5th November, plus some on the surrounding days too, so we've found a few of the best free ones from around the UK.