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Economic Downturn Hits Charities


Just about every sector of the economy and every household has been hit by the global economic downturn. But spare a thought for those who rely on charity to get by. The squeeze has spelt disaster for them too. Sara Merchant has more.



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【整理】Issue 127---jeanneleaf

 

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.

 

 

 

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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 benefit 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  that really really do need that support. I wouldn’t have this roof over my head still, that, not that would have been gone, it’s, I just wouldn’t be out, afford 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 only 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 twinkling, 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 for a moment.

 

If 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 on Sorta and now I just give a lot to the school

 

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

 

Sara Merchant 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 benefit 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, not that would have been gone, it’s, I just wouldn’t be out, afford 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 only 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 twinkling, 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 for a moment.

 

If 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 on …

 

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

 

Sara Merchant 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 benefit 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, that ..that wouldn’t’ been gone, it’s, I just wouldn’t be out, afford 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 only 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 twinkling, 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 wanna get it for a moment.

 

If 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 on …

 

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

 

Sara Merchant Sky News. 

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just when some people are most in need ,others have less to  give .
it means the time great numbers  rely on charity,the donations are getting harder to raise.
July notes her card  making someday rouse money for charity. her kind (没听清)pay the work.when she is no receiving  treatments of hospital she is at home of worrying about how to survive on  benefit of less than sixty ponds a week.
that causes she is living sharply.and for the first time in her life,she is dependent on farming family under from charity.
with a lot of people really,really need that support.I wouldn’t have this roof over my head still, without that what would i have been gone, I just wouldn’t be out, afford mortgage. I wouldn’t beg for bills or anything.  i don't know,i don't wanna to be.
 charity has been squeezed  in two ways. the one among them the service are increase by 72% in the last twelf months.but then they suffered a fall in donations that means many charities have to cut costs,but making the stuff remain on it.
 it's  for the government  and the banks to cause the problem they ought to think the victims' reception.and i will work for  financial package to support our with victims reception,it's important.
Corporate donations from the city are twinkling, and falling property prices in the value of legacy is diminishing
it means that more preesure on the individual to be generous.
charity, we thought, had got a problem
i think our volunteer is while in different ways than probably to just give money
still to give ,you know .give every months food
it's tough time to listen charity just can't keep foot  to losing.
sara merchant,the sky news.

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Just when some people are most need, others’ have less to give. In these ling times, great numbers are relying on charity, but donation’s getting hard to raise.

 

Judy now takes a card making will someday raise money for charity. Her con diagnoses forced her to give up paid work. And when she’s not receiving treatment in hospital, she’s at home. Often worrying about how to survive on benefits of less than 60 pounds a week. Because of living is very sharply, and for the first time in her life. She’s dependent upon her family and from charity.

 

Was a lot of paper that rarely, rarely do need that support. I won’t  have this refer to my head store. That, that wouldn’t be gone. This is I just wouldn’t afford the mortgage. I wouldn’t be out full, the bails or everything. I don’t know. I don’t know where are they.

 

Charity’s been squized in two ways. Demands that service’s increased by 72% in the last 12 months, but all make a third suffered falls intonations. That means many charities haven’t cut costs by making stuff redundant.

 

Then if the governments are bailing out the banks, so it causes the problems. They need to think about the victims of the session. And our work there for financial package to support our income with a victims of recession, it’s important.

 

Cooperal donation from the cities is dwindling and falling properties prices in the value of legacies is diminishing. It means that’s more pressure on individuals to be generous.

 

We could afford. We will donate too.

 

I think that I will be volunteer as well different ways than probably just giving money.

 

Still give, you know, I give every monthly like on, so I didn’t give. Sorry I’m.

 

 

It’s a tough time threaten the charities just can’t afford to keep losing.
Be self-confident!
Be optimistic!
Be flexible!

economic downtown hits charities

Homework Just when some people are most in need ……. great numbers are rely on charity. Donation are getting hard to raise .﹡someday make money for charity.﹡to give out paid work. And when she was not receiving treatment in hospital ,she is at home ,often worrying about how to survive on benefits of less than sixty pounds a week. Because of living really sharply and for the first time in her life she is dependent from her family and from charity . There is people really really do ,need that support. I wouldn’t have that ﹡I had ﹡ you know that would be gone , I just wouldn’t be a full morgage﹡ the bill ...nothing I don’t know, I don’t know where it will be Charity has being squeezing in two ways ,demands for that services increased by 72℅the last twelve five months .﹡ suffered falls in donations . that means that many charities have to cut cost by making stuff redundant The government are bailing out and the banks should causes of the problem .they need to think about the victims of the recession. And our work in that fall financial package supports our work with victims recession is in pop. Corporation donations from city in Winklin and falling property prices in the value of legacy is diminishing and that means more pressure on individual to generate. If tough times threaten,charity fall can just can’t keep losing.
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Just when some people are most in need, others have less to give. In these lean times, great numbers are relying on charity, but the donations are getting harder to raise.

 

Judy Nord hopes her card-making were some day raise money for charities, her cancer diagnoses forced her to give up paid work, when she’s not receiving treatment in a hospital. She is at home, often worrying about how to survive on benefits of less than sixty pounds a week. The cost of living has risen sharply, and at the first time in her life, she depends on help from family and from charity.

 

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

 

Charity’s being squeezed in two ways. Demand their services increased by 72% in the last twelve months, but only a third have suffered falls in donations. That means many charities haven’t cut costs by making staff redundant.

 

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

 

Corporate donations from this city is / and falling property prices in the value of legacies is diminishing, it means there’s more pressure on the individuals to be generous.

 

Charity begins

 

If we could afford it, we would donate it.

 

I think I would be a volunteer as well in different ways, then probably just giving money.

 

It still gives, you know, I give every moocher food like on /, so

 

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

Sara Merchant, 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 that really really really do need that support. I wouldn’t have this roof over my head still, that, that ..that wouldn’t’ been gone, it’s, I just wouldn’t be out, afford 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 only 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 income 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 wanna get it for a moment.

 

If 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 on …

 

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

 

Sara Merchant Sky News. 

Be self-confident!
Be optimistic!
Be flexible!
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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 shes not receiving treatment in hospital, she is at home, often worrying about how to survive on benefit 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 wouldnt have this roof over my head still, that, not that would have been gone, its, I just wouldnt be out, afford the mortgage. I wouldnt be out for the bills or anything. I dont know. I dont know where Ill be.

 

 

Charitys 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 theres more pressure on individuals to be generous.

 

 

Charity beginsI would think of it for a moment.

 

 

If 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 on direct ? so now i don't get enough what i need in shcool

 

As tougher times threaten, charity just cant afford to keep losing.

 
Sara Merchant Sky News

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Just when some people are mostly need ,others have less to give .it links  great tie to a great numbers are relying on charity ,but donations are getting hard to raise .Julie told her card making would someday raise  money for charity . Her concerns ***to give up paid work .when she is not reveive treatment from hospital .she is at home. of worrying about how to survive on benefit less than 60 pounds a week.Because her living has risen sharply and for the first time in her life she is indenpend on help for her family and

for charity ."There are a lot of people really really down,need our surport, i will  three phone my head stall that would be gone i just for more  mortgage , i wouldn't out for the bills nothing ,i don't know ,i don't know where we will been "

Charity has  been squeezed in two ways ,demand of their services is increased by 72% last 12 month , below may suffer fall in donations ,that means manyt charities have to cover the costs by making staff redundant "     **    the governments have *ing  out ,the banks cause this problem ,they need to think about the victims of  this  resection ,and out work for their  financial  package to support our  and victims of this  resection is important " Corporations in city is weak  and falling property prices value of the legency is dinemishion.

it means that more pressure on the individual to be generous "Charity has to be hold for the moment " we  ca't afford it ,we can't donated

i think i would  volunteers as well in different ways than properly ways just giving money ."  "it still give on debateso i can't get  much soar"

it is tough time threaten charity can;t afford  to keep losing

Sara Merchant sky news

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Just when some people are most inneed, others have less to give. In this mean time, great numbers are living on charity. But the donation is getting hard to raise. Judy note her card making would some day make for charity. Her cancer diagnoses forced her to give up paid work. When she is not receiving treatment in hospital, she is at home of worrying about how to survive on benefit of less than 16 ponds a week. The cost of living has raisen sharply and  for her first time in her life she have to live depending the help of family and charity.  “There arelot of people there that really really do need support and//////but,you know, that would be gone, I just live on a food mortgage, //////I don’t know, I don’t know where are they.”

    Charity is been sc/// in two ways. Demond for that survices increases 72% in last 12 month but also one-third suffered  fall in donations. That means many charities has to cut costs by making stuff redundont.

    “When the government is /// banks,// cause this problem, they need to think of the victims in this ressesion. And ///////finacial.with victims in this ressesion is important.”

    Corporations of donation in this city/////////falling //values ////is diminishing. It means more pressure on individual to be generous.

    “”, “if we could afford it, we will donate”, “I think vulunteer is well, and in different ways probably than just giving out money”./”///food…”

        This tougher time threaten charity funds just can’t afford to keep losing.

Hope is a good thing,may the best of things,and no good thing ever dies

Homework

 

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 treatments in hospital, she’s 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. “There are 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, that would have been gone. I just couldn’t be able to afford the mortgage. I wouldn’t be able to go through the bills or anything. I don’t know, I don’t know where I’ll be.”

 

Charity has 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 have to cut costs by making staff redundant. “If the governments are bailing out the banks who have caused these problems, they need to think about the victims of recession and our work. And therefore a financial package to support our work come with the victims of recession is important.”

 

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

 

“Charity begins hammer at at this moment.”

 

“If we could afford it, we would generously donate it.”

 

“I think I would volunteer as well, uh, in different ways than probably just giving money.”

 

“Still give. You know, I give every month through, like on // David. So now that don’t get affect me about the store.”

 

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

 

Sara Merchant Sky News.

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Just when some people are most in needs, others have less to give .In this lean times, great numbers are relying on charity, but donations are getting hard to raise. Julie Nord told her card-making would someday raise money for charity. Her cancer diagnosis forced her to give up paid work. When she is not receiving treatment from hospital, she is at home. Of worrying about how to survive on benefit less than 60 pounds a week. Because of her living has risen sharply and for the first time in her life, she is indenpendent on help from her family and from charity.

"There are a lot of people really really do, need our surport, I will  have three phone my head stall, that would be gone 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 "

Charity has been squeezed in two ways, demand of their services is increased by 72% in the last 12 months, but only a third may suffer falls in donations. That means many charities have to cut the 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 this recession, and out work for their financial package to support our victims of this resection is important. " Corporations from the city are twinkling and falling property prices in value of the legacy is diminishing.

It means that more pressure on the individual to be generous. "Charity has to be hold for the moment." “If we could afford it, we would donate it.”

I think I would volunteer as well in different ways than properly ways just giving money ."  "Still give, you know I give every month ……"

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

Sara Merchant sky news

 

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