Charity & Donations from
Lie Detectors UK
Charity Donation to Cancer Research
This month we have made a £100 donation to Cancer Research as part of our on-going charity campaign.
Charity Donation to Crohns and Colitus UK
We received an email from Peter Federico this month asking if we could consider making a donation to Crohns and Colitus UK. Its a worth charity so £100 donation ws made.
Charity Donation to Pancreatic Cancer Action
This month we were asked by David Clark to make a donation on behalf of his late father in law Mike Andrews who passed away with the awful disease. We make donation from this referral page here
Charity Donation to Animal Care Uzumlu
ACU is registered animal charity based in Uzumlu, Fethiye and provides daily care for approximately 150+ local street animals. There aim is: A reduced but healthy population of street animals. This work is done entirely by volunteers and funded by donations. Lie Detectors UK was asked by Brenda Singleton to make a donation towards a dog that needed surgery.
January Charity Donation to Prostate Cancer
This month January 2021 we have made a £100 donation to Prostate Cancer UK. Richard Facer contacted us to nominate this charity for a donation in behalf of his father John Facer. Its such a great charity, especially when you realise its the most common men’s type of cancer, more is needed to research and find better treatments and cures.
Decembers Charity Donation to the Maidstone Winter Shelter for the Homeless
This month being December we have donated £100 to the Maidstone Winter Shelter Project for the homeless in Kent, they intend to buy the meat for the Xmas Dinners with the money. As they are based in the same building as Lie Detectors HQ we see all the good work they do.
Charity Donation to National Autistic Society
This month March our chosen charity that has received £100 donation is the National Autistic Society. Matt Ryan and his son Sammy suggested the worthy charity, Sammy is a great supporter and even goes as far as selling his old toys to raise money for the Society, we could all learn a lot from young Sammy, keep up the good work young man. Proof of the donation below and a thumbs up from Sammy.
Charity Donation to the Lupus UK
Today we made £100 donation to Lupus UK in memorandum of Andra Krishnan after being contacted by her son, Demetrius. You may not have heard of Lupus however its more common than your realise and is a incurable immune system illness, probably genetic in origin and mainly suffered by females. It can affect any part of the body and that’s the danger. Lupus can produce many symptoms and family doctors often fail to recognise it. Meanwhile, a number of major organs can be damaged in an irreversible way.
Arthur Colin Creed and Group B Streptococcus
Arthur was born this month with Group B Streptococcus, which is the UK’s most common cause of life-threatening infection in new-born babies, and of meningitis in babies under age 3 months. Its a wonder why we don’t test for the infection, fortunately Arthur is a fighter and with the help of the NHS and his parents and grandparents has pulled through after giving them all a fright. So this month in honour of Arthur we are making a small donation to Group B Strep Support Charity. Receipt below and a picture of the lovely Arthur.
Octobers Charity Donation to the Alzheimers Society
After switching to Octopus Energy using our link Maggie Hastings emailed and asked Lie Detectors UK to make the next donation to the Alzheimers Society in memory of her mother who passed from this terrible and cruel disease. We were more than happy as its such a rewarding charity.
November Charity Donation to Marie Curie
This month we received an email from Raymond asking if we would consider making a charity donation to Marie Curie Charity. What a deserving charity, so we have sent £100 plus gift aid so its £125.
Charity Donation for the MS Society
Johns wife Florence bravely suffers from Multiple sclerosis a disease of the central nervous system (your brain and your spinal cord). It is estimated that there are more than 130,000 people in the UK diagnosed with MS, that’s one in 500, with about 130 people diagnosed every week on average. MS is commonly diagnosed in people between the ages of 20 and 30 . There are roughly three times as many women with MS as men. Read below for what John is doing to raise money for the MS Society. Lie Detectors UK has made a small donation to help this worthy cause.