£500 for Refugee Action

By Hamish Gill

I’m about to celebrate 500,000 “hits” to this websites. I’m sure that doesn’t mean anything to anyone else, but it’s a nice little statistic in my world so I thought I would celebrate by doing something positive. 

I would like to try and raise £500 for charity – £1 for every thousand times someone has looked at a page of this website over the last two years. 

I’d like to raise this money by the time I get to the 500,000th “hit”, which I estimate to happen sometime later this month. 

The charity I am going raise money for is Refugee Action. You can read about them here – but I suspect it is quite obvious why I have chosen this charity at this time. I like many have been quite moved by the plight of the all the people escaping war torn countries. I have also been a little disappointed by the UK government in terms of the actions they have taken. 

But politics aside – and there does seem to have been an awful lot of politics about this subject recently – these are just people that need all the support they can get right now, and thats what charities like Refugee Action are doing.

So if you have clicked here, why not click a few more times starting with the link below. Click through to my just giving page and donate some money. Even £1 would help. Over 500 individual people visit this website a day, so if everyone visiting in one day donates £1 I’d achieve my goal very quickly. 

Thanks in advance…

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About The Author

By Hamish Gill
I started taking photos at the age of 9. Since then I've taken photos for a hobby, sold cameras for a living, and for a little more than decade I've been a professional photographer and, of course, weekly contributor to 35mmc.
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