Charity B Bennett, the UK’s biggest charity, is offering to waive all fees if anyone wants to donate £1,000 to the charity.
It’s a move that’s drawing praise from critics and supporters of charities such as the Red Cross and the Red Crescent.
The charity announced the news on Twitter, adding the hashtag #FreeBennett.
The announcement came as the charity announced it had raised £3.8 million to support the recovery of British troops from Afghanistan.
Charity B was founded in 1876 and has raised over £50 million in aid from donors.
It was founded by Sir Walter Raleigh in 1857 and is now the largest charitable organisation in the UK, with more than 100,000 members across the country.
It runs a range of projects including education, disaster relief and relief projects.
The latest donation is part of a £5 million funding round announced earlier this month.
The money will be used to support projects in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, and Yemen, as well as the NHS.
CharityB said: “We’re very proud of the amazing work we’ve been doing, and we’re really looking forward to raising this new cash for British troops who have fallen in battle, for those who need it, and for those still trying to get back on their feet.”
We hope this will be a significant contribution to the recovery efforts and rebuilding in Afghanistan and Iraq.
“The charity’s president, James Trew, said the move was “just the beginning”.
He added: “It’s a real victory for charity, because it shows that we are not only the best at doing good things, we are also the best for doing them well.”
It shows the charity can be more than just the people who give us the money.
It shows us that we can be trusted, and that we should be allowed to do what we love, even if it means risking our lives.”
The announcement was made as the BBC announced it would be scrapping its flagship charity series, Doctor Who, for the foreseeable future.
Doctor Who has been seen as a success in its home country of England.
It won three Emmys, and was nominated for five Emmys in the US and Canada.
However, its popularity has also been challenged by the rise of online platforms such as Netflix and Amazon Prime, which have helped make it more accessible to younger audiences.
This has led to calls for the show to be brought back.