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Just when (one) some people are mostly in need, others (are) have their less to give. In this lean (meansly) time, greater numbers are relying on charity. But donations are getting harder to raise. Judy Nord hopes her card-making will (were) someday raise money for charity. Her cancer diagnosis forced her to give up paid (pay the) work. And when she’s not receiving treatment in hospital, she is at home. Often worrying about how to survive on benefit of less than (lesson) 60 pounds a week. The cost of (Because) living has risen (reason) sharply. And for the first time in her life, she is dependent on help from her family and from charity.

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Just when some people are most in need, others have less to give. In this lean time, great numbers are relying on charity, but donations are getting hard to raise.

 

Julie Nord hopes her card making will someday raise money for charity. Her cancer diagnose forces her to give up paid work. And wishing no receiving treatment in hospital, she is at home of worrying about how to survive on benefits less than 60 pounds a week. The cost of living has risen sharply. And for the first time in her life, she is dependent on help from the family and from charity.

 

There are a lot of people on there, and really, really do need that support. I won’t have the three phones I have stall. You know, that wound be gone, because I just for more mortgage , I wouldn't be out for the bills nothing ,I don't know ,I don't know where we will been.

 

Charities have been squeezed in two ways. Demand for that services increases by 72 percent in the last twelve months. But almost a third suffered falls in donations. That means many charities have to cut costs by making staff redundant.

 

If the government are bailing out the banks who has caused this problem, donator may think about the victims in recession. And out work, therefore, a financial package to support our work with the victims in recession is important.

Corporate donations from the city are shrinking and falling property values and value of legacies is diminishing. That means more pressure on individual to be generals.

 

Charity can be / at the moment. We can afford it. We can donate it. I think / volunteer as well and different ways probably just giving money. I still give now, not every month full like on /

 

It is tough time threaten. Charity just can’t afford to keep losing  

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Just when some people are most in need, others have less to give. In these lean times, greater numbers are relying on charity. But donations are getting harder to raise. Judy Nord hopes her card-making will some day raise money for charity. Her cancer diagnosis forced her to give up paid work. And when she’s not receiving treatment in hospital, she is at home, often worrying about how to survive on benefits of less than 60 pounds a week. The cost of living has risen sharply. And for the first time in her life, she is dependent on help from family and from charity.

 

 

I saw a lot of people out there that really really really do need that support. I wouldn’t have this roof over my head still, that, you know ,would have been gone, this, I just wouldn’t be out, afford the mortgage. I wouldn’t be out for the bills or anything. I don’t know. I don’t know where I’ll be.

 

 

Charity’s been squeezed in two ways-- demand for their services has increased by 72% in the last twelve months, but almost a third have suffered falls in donations. That means many charities are having to cut costs by making staff redundant.

 

 

If the governments are bailing out the banks who have caused this problem, they need to think about the victims of recession and our work and therefore a financial package to support our work with the victims of recession is important.

 

 

Corporate donations from the city are dwindling, and falling property prices in the value of legacy is diminishing. It means there’s more pressure on individuals to be generous.

 

 

Charity begins…I would think of it at the moment.

 

 

/We could afford it, we would ***donate it.

 

 

I think I would volunteer as well in different ways than probably just giving money.

 


 

Still give. You know, I give every month food like , I am on diet ? so now it didn't affect me much at all.

 

As tougher times threaten, charity just can’t afford to keep losing.


Sara Merchant Sky News

 

 

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Just when some people in most need ,others have less to give .in this lean times great numbers rely on charity, but donation get hard to rise . July nor takes her card making on Sunday for charity .Her cancer diagnosis forces her to give up paid work .And when she ‘s not receiving treatment work from hospital. She’s at home .Off mourning about how to survive on benefit blessing 40 pounds a week. Because of living has been sharply for the first time in her life .She’s depended on the help and familyand and from charity. There’s a lot of people the really, really due,need that support .I want to have this three of my hands to meet that stall. That would been gone . I just beard I ford the mortgage .I wouldn’t beard the bills of anything .I don’t know .Idon’t where it be. Charity is been squeezed in two ways ,Demand for that services is increased by 72 percent in the last 12mothes .That all made suffered force in donations .That means many charity have to cut cost by makingStuff redounded. What if the governments are bailing out the banks. So of course this problem .They need to think about the victims of the recession and our work can therefore financial package support our will come with the victims of recession is important. Copper donations from the city in Swenglin, and falling property in the value of legacy is diminishing ,it means more pressure on individual to be generous . Charity means they get a moment. We could ford ,we will donate. I think I will be the volunteer as well in different in ways , probably give them money . It’s still give ,you know I give every moth.I own sorry damn it so light beg me rush to school. It’s tough time threaten ,charity just can’t afford to keep losing . Sorrow manching ,Sky news.
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Just when some people are most in need, others have less to give. In these lean times, greater numbers are relying on charity. But donations are getting harder to raise. Judy Nord hopes her card-making will some day raise money for charity. Her cancer diagnosis forced her to give up paid work. And when she’s not receiving treatment in hospital, she is at home, often worrying about how to survive on benefits of less than 60 pounds a week. The cost of living has risen sharply. And for the first time in her life, she is dependent on help from family and from charity.

 

 

I saw a lot of people out there. They really really really do need that support. I wouldn’t have this roof over my head still, that, you know ,would have been gone, this, I just wouldn’t be out, afford the mortgage. I wouldn’t be out for the bills or anything. I don’t know. I don’t know where I’ll be.

 

 

Charities are being squeezed in two ways-- demand for their services has increased by 72% in the last twelve months, but almost a third have suffered falls in donations. That means many charities are having to cut costs by making staff redundant.

 

 

Say, if the governments are bailing out the banks who have caused this problem, they need to think about the victims of recession and our work and therefore a financial package to support our work with the victims of recession is important.

 

 

Corporate donations from the city are dwindling, and falling property prices in the value of legacy is diminishing. It means there’s more pressure on individuals to be generous.

 

 

Charity begins at home. I would think of it at the moment.

 

(I think it truly is.) 

If (貌似有嘴型,上下文也可以更有逻辑)we could afford it, we would, would donate it.

 

 

I think I would volunteer as well in different ways than probably just giving money.

 

 

Still give. You know, I give every month for like , a diet or debit? so now it didn't affect me much at all.

 

As tougher times threaten, charity just can’t afford to keep losing.


Sara Merchant Sky News

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"Charity begins at home"

 

"..so i don't get it affect me much at all"

[ 本帖最后由 xiaoli341 于 2008-10-7 14:04 编辑 ]

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Just when some people are most in need, others have less to give. In these lean times, greater numbers are relying on charity. But donations are getting harder to raise. Judy Nord hopes her card-making will some day raise money for charity. Her cancer diagnosis forced her to give up paid work. And when she’s not receiving treatment in hospital, she is at home, often worrying about how to survive on benefits of less than 60 pounds a week. The cost of living has risen sharply. And for the first time in her life, she is dependent on help from family and from charity.

 

I saw a lot of people out there that really really do need that support. I wouldn’t have this roof over my head still, that, you know, that would have been gone, cause I just wouldn’t be able to afford the mortgage. I wouldn’t be able to afford the bills or anything. I don’t know. I don’t know where I’ll be.

 

Charities are being squeezed in two ways-- demand for their services has increased by 72% in the last twelve months, but almost a third have suffered falls in donations. That means many charities are having to cut costs by making staff redundant.

 

Gee, for the governments are bailing out the banks who have caused this problem, they need to think about the victims of recession and our work and therefore a financial package to support our work with the victims of recession is important.

 

Corporate donations from the city are dwindling, and falling property prices mean the value of legacies is diminishing. It means there’s more pressure on individuals to be generous.

 

Charity begins at home, I think, at the moment.

 

(I think we will.) 

If we could afford it, we would donate it.

 

I think I would volunteer as well in different ways than probably just giving money.

 

I still give. You know, I give every month through like on direct debit, so now I don't get it affect me much at all.

 

As tougher times threaten, charities just can’t afford to keep losing.


Sara Merchant Sky News.

 

!. Charity begins at home: a phrase meaning that you should take care of your own family, country etc before you help other people

2. direct debit: an instruction you give your bank to pay money directly out of your account regularly to a particular person or organization.

[ 本帖最后由 jeanneleaf 于 2008-10-13 22:05 编辑 ]
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Just when some people are most in need, others have less to give. In these lean times, a great numbers are relying on charity. But donations are getting harder to raise. Judy Noda hopes her card making will someday raise money for charity. Her cancer diagnosis forced her to give up paid work. And when she is not receiving treatment in hospital, she is at home, often worrying about how to survive on benefit of less than sixty pounds a week. The cost of living has risen sharply. And for the first time in her life, she is dependent on help from family and from charity,

I saw a lot of people out there that really really do need their support. I wouldn’t have this roof over my head still. No, that would have been gone. I just wouldn’t be able to afford the mortgage. I wouldn’t be able to afford the bills or anything. I don’t know. I don’t know where I’ll be.

Charities have been squeezed in two ways—demand for their services has increased by 72% in the last twelve months, but almost a third has suffered falls in donations. That means many charities have to cut costs by making staff redundant.

If the governments are bailing out the banks who have caused this problem, they need to think about the victims of the recession and our work, and therefore a financial package to support our work with the victims of the recession. It’s important.

Corporate donations from the cities are dwindling. And falling property prices and the value of legacy is diminishing. It means there is more pressure on individuals to be generous.

Charity begins, I think I’ll donate at the moment.

If we could afford it, we would donate.

I think I will volunteer as well in different ways, than probably just giving money.

I still give. No, I give every month food and

As tougher times threaten, charities just can’t afford to keep losing. Sara Merchants, Sky news.

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just when some people are most in need,other have less to give.In these lean times,greater number are relying on charity.But donations are getting harder to raise.Judy Nord hopes her car making will some day raise money for charity.Her cancer diagnosis forced her to give up paid work.and when she's not receiving treatment in hospital,he is home,often worrying about how to survive on benefits of less than 60 pound a week.the cost of living has risen sharply.And for her first time in her life,she is dependent on help from family and from charity.
I saw a lot of paper out there really really do need their support.I won't have this roof over my head still,that,youknow,that would have been gone,cause I just wouldn't be able to afford mortgage.I wouldn't be able to afford the bill or anything.I don't where it'll be.
Charity are being squeezed in two way,demamnd for their services has increased by 72% in the last 12 months,but almost a third suffered falls in donations.That means many charity are having cut costs by making staff redundant.
For government are are bailing out the banks who have caused this problem,they need to think about the victims of recession and our work and thereforce a financial package to support our work with the victim of recession is important.
Corporate donations from the city are dwindling,and falling property price mean the value of legacies is diminishing.it means there's more pressure on the individuals to be generous.
Charity begins at home I think at the moment.
if we can afford that,we would donate it
i think I would volunteers as well in different ways than probably just giving money.
I still give,you know,I give every month through like on direct debit,so now I don't get it affect me much at all.
As tougher time threaten,charities just can't afford to keep losing.
Sara Merchant Sky News.
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