- The Army Sport Control Board provide advice on benefits and housing grants for veterans, among their work in maintaining sports for the military at all levels.
- Veterans in Communities is a resource devoted to assisting former military personnel to rejoin civilian society, providing housing and financial advice for veterans in addition to community initiatives.
- The British Legion has a wealth of information on benefits and housing grants available to veterans and OAPs that many are unaware they are entitled to.
US College Scholarships
- The Coalition of Spirit-Filled Churches collates scholarship availability throughout the US, including a sustainable eco-friendly homes
- Philadelphia’s Lincoln University has a number of scholarships available, including one a program revolving around sustainable eco-friendly housing
Child Safety and Protection
- The Child Protection Hub for South East Europe provides links and advice on how to keep children safe in the home, alongside information and news on all matters pertaining to children and their parents.
- Homestart is a website dedicated to parenting advice, which includes a list of benefits and grants available to parents.
- RosPA have a number of tips on home renovations that will prevent accidents from occurring with young children.
- The NSPCC should always be consulted if you fear for the safety or wellbeing of a child.
- The Child Action Prevention Trust dedicate their time to keeping children safe at home and at play.
- Kidscape is a body that deals with empowering young people and helping them overcome challenges such as bullying.
- Child-Safe is an international organisation that works to take care of young travellers all over the world.
Workplace Health and Safety
- com lists suggestions for improving and renovating an office to keep it safe for employees and visitors.
- HS Direct offers a step-by-step guide to writing a Method Statement, or Risk Assessment, with details safe ways to work for employees and employers.
- NI Direct makes employees aware of their responsibilities when it comes to staying safe at work.
- workSMART summarises all information pertaining to health and safety in the workplace in one handy location.
- Healthy Working Life is a resource of information and tips to keep a workplace safe and ticking over.
- Health & Safety Executive provides up-to-date information on Health and Safety legal requirements of a workplace.
Help for Pensioners
- The Crime Prevention Website provides help to those Alzheimer’s and their carers so ensure that do not overpay for home improvements, protecting them from unscrupulous business practices.
- Care in Your Home offers advice to pensioners, including benefits and household grants as well as medical information.
- The website of Kent’s St. Andrew’s Medical Centre provides a number of helpful and socially aware links, including benefits and housing grants available to OAPs and wellbeing resources.
- St George’s NHS Hospital has advice for pensioners on home improvements they could make, and any benefits and grants they may be entitled to in order to finance these changes.
- Internet4Classrooms has a wealth of information dedicated to fire safety in the home, including how to improve and renovate your house in order to prevent accidents.
- The official website of the Maine town of Dexter features a raft of useful home improvement links, including fire safety, preparation for adverse weather and preparing for winter.
- The Fire Service provides detailed guides to home improvements that will enhance the fire safety in your house.
- The Shropshire Fire Brigade offers a template for a generic fire safety risk assessment that can be completed at any home or workplace.
- Fire Safe Kids offers child-friendly advice and games to keep young people safe from the risks associated with fire.
- Deddington is an Oxfordshire parish that takes recycling serious, offering advice on how to reduce our carbon footprint and leave a better tomorrow for our children.
- Carbon Footprint is a site dedicated to advising individuals on how they can reduce their impact on the environment through day-to-day activities.
- Go Green are leaders in good practice when it comes to recycling and avoiding our waste ending up in landfills.
- Info site How Stuff Works compiles ten ways in which we can all do our part to save the planet.
- Greenpeace work exhaustively to sustain the planet’s natural resources and improve the environment.
Disability and Chronic Illness
- We Care Too collates useful and helpful information for disabled people, including home improvement advice and benefit and grant advice among a number of other subjects.
- Lupus UK’s official website will help anybody suffering from this condition understand what benefits and housing assistance they may be entitled to, along with support networks for patients and their carers.
- Angus Carers is a support network for anybody struggling with an illness or disability, listing available resources such as benefits and grants available to cancer patients and medical information on a variety of health concerns.
- Reachout is a support group for people living with chronic illnesses.
- Support Groups for the Terminally Ill can be an invaluable source of comfort as somebody comes to terms with their sickness.
- The Tonbridge Historical Society provides some tips for genealogists looking to trace their family tree, especially if they were somehow prevalent to the town in question.
- The Genealogist is a one-stop-shop website that will inform newcomers to the hobby of everything they need to know to proceed.