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    Didn't know what subforum to put this in; apologies.

    Questions:

    - Which is the best organisation to donate through? And could you give me their address?

    - Is it OK to post cash? Is there a way of securing that the money doesn't get lost or something (we're talking over £1000).

    Cheers guys.
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    This is a good charity website, I believe set up especially for the Haiti earthquake victims

    http://www.dec.org.uk/


    I"ve donated via that website myself.Oh and dont send cash through the post as it may get lost.
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    I wonder if the post office will help, i have a feeling they might! Have a look on their website maybe
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    Cash the money yourself and then write a cheque from your account. Safer than sending money!
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    (Original post by Gemma :)!)
    Cash the money yourself and then write a cheque from your account. Safer than sending money!
    I don't have a chequebook. So is posting money a definite no?
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    (Original post by OGC)
    I don't have a chequebook. So is posting money a definite no?
    Bank draft?. Either way your bank or the post office will be able to assist you.
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    Urgh, how annoying.
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    (Original post by OGC)
    I don't have a chequebook. So is posting money a definite no?
    Don't do it under any circumstances. You'd never know if it'd get there.
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    (Original post by OGC)
    I don't have a chequebook. So is posting money a definite no?
    never send cash in the post. my nan recently sent a birthday card to my cousin in wales through the post with a £10 in it and the card got there but it had been opened, the money taken out and then resealed.
 
 
 
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