According to the Charities Act 2006 a charity must provide a, public benefit by offering relief to poverty, advancement of education, religion, health or community. Any charity with an income over £5000 must be registered according to UK law.
Christian and Jewish
Charities are active in our daily lives, solving issues we rarely think about, health, homelessness, child cruelty, animal cruelty, religious dispute and heritage preservation are just a few charitable topics. Depending on the organization, charities have varied purposes and subjects. While most aim to raise money in order to aid research, support community etc Others aim to raise awareness of problems not many people realize exist.