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Sharon Ross

"To be able to do anything i can to help."

Sunderland, Washington,tyne & Wear, Unit
female, age 45
single, 2 children
Speaks: English only
What I Want to Do:
Activities: gardening

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My main interest is doing what ever I possibly can to help save the Tigers I have always had a great interest in tigers they have been my life time passion. I only wish now that i had pursued my dream and travelled to Asia, China etc and found a job relating to helping/saving the tigers

My other interests are: Animal Welfare; all animals: Wildlife Marine Wildlife, DomesticatedFarmEndangered Species! Helping to save the planetglobal warming, rainforest etc, Human Rights/Welfare
All animals deserve the right to be free from Abuse/Cruelty and to be able to live their lives peacefully
and naturally as possible. I will be their voice, a voice for all the voiceless animals in the world.
I do my clicks for causes everyday, send/sent letters and emails to relevant parties of concerns, i have signed a lot of petitions, took various actions and contributed to the care2 news submitting various stories, some of which made the front page, all down to the caring members of care2 who noted the stories.
Thank you everyone who made this possible. Since joining the site i have made new friends, joined various groups and made various contributions to help many causes. I am really happy and glad that i came across the Care2 site as now i do feel that i have made a differencealong with the other millions of members on the site, together we can all make a difference thanks to all the Care2 staff and caring members.
              My kitty Bailey, who i sadly lost & had to bury on Wednesday 16th September 2009, due to someone running her over God rest your little soul, my Bails, RIP xxxx In loving memory my Bailey, born 2/3/07 & sadly died 16/09/09. God Bless my Bails xxxx Bailey xxxx
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  Vote for your favorite shelter today!

With your help, your favorite shelter could win a $25,000 grant!  

 You can help choose which eligible animal rescue organizations will receive special funds to help animals! Participating is simple. You can cast one vote every day for your favorite rescue. Eligible organizations with the most votes could receive one of the grants below!

Grand Prize:  One $25,000 grant!
Runner Up:  One $10,000 grant!
State Winners*:  Fifty-four $1,000 state grants
Weekly Winners**:  Eleven $1,000 weekly grants

Voting begins on September 29th and ends at midnight (PST) on December 14th, 2008. The more friends you can rally to vote for your favorite rescue organization, the better its chances of winning. Get people involved! Your favorite rescue organization is counting on you!


*The organization with the most votes from each U.S. state, one in Washington D.C., and one in Puerto Rico, as well as the top two organizations in Canada, will receive a grant of $1,000 at the end of the Challenge.

**The organization with the most votes during a week will receive a grant of $1,000. Each weekly voting period begins on a Monday and ends at midnight PST the following Sunday. Participants are eligible for only one weekly prize during the Challenge. Winning a weekly prize does not preclude receiving a final prize.

Shelter+ ?
Wondering what Shelter+ means? The Petfinder network is full of many types of rescue organizations, including shelters, humane societies, and foster networks. All of these types of rescue organizations who have chosen to participate are included in the $100,000 Shelter+ Challenge.

April is National Child Abuse Prevention Month.

The image cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.A child's voice is small, ignored and unheard.
Raise the volume so that everyone hears their message.

Get BLUE and wear the Blue Ribbon as a national commitment to raise awareness to end Child Abuse. Wear a Blue Ribbon every day to support awareness for child abuse prevention.

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Join thousands of people who believe they can help end cruelty to children. I have joined, so come on everyone show you care and join. It takes less than 5 minutes, so go on join and get yourself on the map!
Also, please join the campaign as well.

Sign me up! Become a campaigner and join a 135,000 strong movement to effect change.
 Email your MP now. Send an email to your MP tell them that you believe the current situation is unacceptable and ask them to pass your concerns on. Read more about this campaign

 2,917 people are doing up to 7,658 things
to help end cruelty to children

 Why not join them?Sign up

 The We Campaign is a project of The Alliance for Climate Protection -- a nonprofit, nonpartisan effort founded by Nobel laureate and former Vice President Al Gore. Our ultimate aim is to halt global warming. Specifically we are educating people in the US and around the world that the climate crisis is both urgent and solvable. Stay informed. Show your support.
Be part of the solution.

Action alerts: Sign the petition for a global treaty on climate change. We need a global treaty to solve the climate crisis. The latest report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change gave the strongest evidence yet that we must take urgent international action in order to avoid the worst consequences of global warming. We need an international agreement on the climate crisis that is consistent with the IPCC's findings. It must cut global warming pollution sufficiently to ensure our children and their children inherit a healthy planet–not one severely damaged by the effects of climate change. Please add your name to our petition today. "I call on the elected leaders of the world to sign a global treaty that will solve the climate crisis."
Sign the petition for a global treaty on climate change
Email the housing minister to ask her to prioritise building social rented housing

 Email Caroline Flint to ask her to prioritise building social rented housing!

Caroline FlintThe Government has promised to build 3 million new homes. Now we need to persuade the Minister for Housing Caroline Flint MP that social rented housing should be prioritised to help those in urgent housing need.  Without this, millions will continue to suffer at the sharp end of the housing crisis.  Please email Caroline Flint MP to ensure as much pressure as possible is placed on her to prioritise social rented housing.

 We are the fourth richest country in the world, and yet millions of people in Britain wake up every day in housing that is run-down, overcrowded, or dangerous. Many others have lost their home altogether. Bad housing robs us of security, health and a fair chance in life. Shelter campaigns for new laws and policies aimed at ending this national scandal. You can help by joining us to campaign at a national, regional and local level.

 Become a Shelter campaigner.

Shelter campaigners If you want to take action to end bad housing and  homelessness, the first step is to become a Shelter campaigner. Sign up

What's involved?

 As a campaigner, you can choose how much you get involved. We will send you occasional emails inviting you to take part in the following sorts of actions:

Emailing central Government figures, MPs and decision makers.
 Actively campaigning in your area by taking part in local meetings, demonstrations and consultations.
 Writing letters to MPs, local papers and housing professionals.
 Meeting local politicians to discuss problems in your area.
 Undertaking surveys and questionnaires.
 Attending exclusive Shelter events, film screenings and conferences.
 Here is a copy of the letter i have just sent :

Prioritise social rented homes!

Dear Caroline Flint,

Congratulations on your recent appointment as Minister for Housing.

I think it is great news that the Government has committed to build 3 million homes by 2020, a proportion of which will be socially rented, as the first step towards addressing the housing crisis. I congratulate the Government on making this promise.

 When you begin to deliver these new homes, I am calling on you to prioritise social rented housing.
 We must move quickly to provide decent, affordable and permanent accommodation for those who are suffering at the sharp end of the housing crisis right now - the people who clearly need help the most.
I hope you agree that this is indeed a key priority and I look forward to reading your response.


Miss Sharon Ross.

Shelter - The Housing and Homelessness CharityHousing laws vary

To get the best advice in your area or to find out more about Shelter, click on the links below.



 Wales (Shelter Cymru)
Northern Ireland
(Housing Advice NI)

Shelter believes everyone should have a home. We help people find and keep a home. We campaign for decent housing for all.

Bad housing wrecks lives! Stick it to bad housing and turn the Wall of Shame into a Wall of Hope!
Shelter''s vision is that everyone should have a home - somewhere decent, safe, affordable and permanent. Yet one in seven children in Britain are growing up in bad housing, and thousands of homeless households are stuck in temporary accommodation. Add your name to the wall of shame, click on a brick and add your name and message. Total number of bricks in the wall so far is: 6056. I've put a brick in the wall! you can too.
Click the link below to see my brick in the wall.

Shelter wants the Government to invest in an extra 20,000 social rented homes each year, to help put an end to the misery of homelessness and bad housing. To build a better future for more than one million homeless and badly housed children in Britain, add a personalised brick and message to Shelter's online Wall of Shame at

Want to find out more about the campaign? Visit
Our warmest thanks for your support,
Shelter Campaigns Team, & thank you from me.

Getting rights and justice for every disabled child. Sign up to support the campaign! Matthew in EDCM T-Shirt
Every Disabled Child Matters is a new campaign to get rights and justice for every disabled child. It is a campaign by four national organisations working with disabled children - Contact a Family, the Council for Disabled Children, Mencap and the Special Education Consortium. One of the key objectives for Every Disabled Child Matters is to make sure that the government's child poverty targets are met for families with disabled children. For more information and to sign up to support the campaign, go to
Get involved!
Every Disabled Child Matters needs you to get involved in our campaign. We currently have 4 ways for you to get involved.
1. Help make disabled children a local priority
Get your local authority and PCT to sign up and deliver on our campaign Charters
and download our new supporter briefing 'Making Disabled Children Matter Locally'.
2. Have you signed up as a supporter?
3. Winter Fuel Allowance
Ask your MP to support our call for a winter fuel allowance for families with disabled children.
4. Donate securely online
Make a financial donation to EDCM through the Justgiving website

We want as many people as possible to sign up to support the campaign - so please ask everyone you know to sign up too! Thank you.

More links to go to:

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The Changing Places Consortium have launched a national campaign for Changing Places toilets. We want Changing Places toilets to be installed in all public places.

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The Disability Toolkit website is an information tool, providing essential resources, information and support that are needed by professionals supporting disabled children in decision-making and participation activities.
The website is fully interactive and encourages users to share their resources, practice and ideas.

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Don’t stick it, stop it! is Mencap’s campaign to stop the bullying of children and young people with a learning disability.

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The campaign to End Child Poverty represents many thousands of supporters across a wide range of sectors, campaigning to end child poverty.

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is a new campaign to get rights and justice for every disabled child. It is a campaign by four national organisations working with disabled children - Contact a Family, the Council for Disabled Children, Mencap and the Special Education Consortium. One of the key objectives for Every Disabled Child Matters is to make sure that the government's child poverty targets are met for families with disabled children. For more information and to sign up to support the campaign, go to


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This innovative project, run by Scope, aims to promote the inclusion of disabled children in early years' picture books.


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Take Action: Tell Congress to Support Children's Health!:

 Representative to co-sponsor the Global Child Survival Act.

 Tell Congress to Support Children's Health!

More than 9 million children under five will die this year -- and every year -- from preventable and treatable diseases like pneumonia. They die because they were born in poorer countries and don't have access to simple treatments that most of us in America take for granted.

We can do something to help save these millions of young lives, and so can Congress. Members of Congress have introduced legislation called the Global Child Survival Act (H.R. 2266, S.1418) that would recommit the United States to lead the way in improving children's health by expanding funding for proven solutions like antibiotics and immunizations.

Give these 10 million children a stronger chance to live by urging your Senators and Representative to co-sponsor the Global Child Survival Act.


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This group needs more members to join their group, if you are interested in joining please do, they are in need of more people to join. There is currently 667 members & so far a total of $67 has been donated to WWF.
This is an open group. Anyone can join and invite others to join.
 For every 10 people joining this group we will donate $1 to the WWF.

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