Charities included in Telegraph's 101 most useful websites

Howard Lake | 1 April 2008 | Blogs

TimeBank and Age Concern are among the UK charities whose websites have made it into The Telegraph’s list of the 101 most useful websites.
The Telegraph’s recently compiled list attempts to make sense of the tens of millions of sites to visit by naming the essential ones including Google, ebay, Facebook, Flickr, Wikipedia and TimeBank.
TimeBank, Age Concern, Citizens Advice Bureau, and the Royal Horticultural Society’s websites are joined on the list by micro-lending website Kiva.
TimeBank has a good track record of appearing in other lists of top websites: it was included in the Guardian newspaper’s 100 most useful websites in December 2006 and was the winner of a Yahoo! Find of the Year 2004 award.
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