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Salvation Army and the CAB

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If anyone in the UK has any money and is wondering where it would be well donated, I have a couple of suggestions.

The Salvation Army, on the basis of a single phone call from me, have just given me two large carrier bags filled with food, toiletries and kitchen equipment as well as a GBP12 voucher to spend on clothes and household goods in their charity shop. All free, gratis and de nada. Wondering where your next meal is coming from is a cliche but it is also quite seriously unpleasant so thank God for that organisation.

The Citizens Advice Bureau have taken control of dealing with my debts, offered me no end of advice, are sorting me out a Debt Relief Order (cost GBP90 but money does not go to them) again free, gratis and de nada. They are also mainly funded by charitable donations.

In all my life, I have never found two charitable organisations as practical, genuine and sincere. If I am ever solvent again, I will certainly give them each what I can afford and I've already offered to be the Salvation Army's on-call PC fixer for their community for free.

In other news, I've started writing a 3D modelling program in the style of MilkShape. More to follow on this shortly.
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