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      Amanda Powell | £50

      In recognition of all the winners and nominees at the online Wales Media Awards. Defending free speech and posing the questions readers and audiences want to ask. Also thinking about those who've fallen on hard times in the most difficult of years for so many.

      Carole Green

      All the very best to all nominees. Pob lwc! Carole Green ITV Cymru Wales

      Mel Doel | £50/M

      congratulations on a wonderful media wales award night

      Casandra | £50

      Michael Crozier | £50

      Quite simply for a great pioneering journalist

      Kerstin Jones | £10

      My friend gave me this little book that she has written called.Mattie Merrywinkle. Her name is Annie White. I would like to donate a small some to show my appreciation.

      George Moran | £50

      Eamonn Rafferty

      Caroline Brothers

      This donation is in honour of the courageous journalists of Mexico, who face extraordinary risks in their work

      S R | £50

      Donated at the request of Peter Brookes in lieu of his Christmas present this year.

      David Quy

      Annie White, one of the runners-up in your recent competition, is a good friend of mine. I thought her chronicles of Mattie Merrywinkle during lockdown absolutely superb and I am giving a couple of copies to appreciative family members for Christmas. Having finished the adventures of the aforementioned lady, I feel totally bereft! Perhaps Miss Mattie might be persuaded to make a reappearance sometime in the future!

      Bill Akass

      Jon Southgate

      This donation is from the late Mr Robert Southgate

      Lisa | £5

      Efrosyni Hobbs | £5

      I would like to thank Mr Charles Garside for his recordings of 150 stories, taken from the entries submitted to the Journalists' Charity /Dickens Fellowship 300-word story competition to mark the 150th anniversary of Charles Dickens' death. One of the stories was mine! I enjoyed writing it and it's a thrill to hear Mr Garside reading it!

      Rodney Hobson | £10

      Patricia | £100

      I’ve been lucky and everyone needs help at some time or another.

      New Normal | £15.84

      The proceeds of first run of satirical 'Scum Media' T-shirts bought by journalists. New Normal Clothing. Hopefully more to come.

      Terence Cant | £30

      Donated in connection with my three contributions to the Dickens competition.

      Natasha Stone | £10

      In memory of a fine journalist and brilliant mentor

      Ed | £20

      jane solan | £50

      Alice | £10

      Thank you for the opportunity to enter the Charles Dickens competition. Such a good cause, thank you.

      Maggie Bonnell | £10

      I want to support the Dickens Competition, great idea. We have so many interesting characters in this country. We need to celebrate them and this is a great way to do it.

      Rose Hilton

      This donation is in memory of journalist Graham Ball: raconteur, enthusiast, and one who grasped all that life had to offer, and more. He was in our lives for nearly half a century and will always remain a thread woven into our fabric. Rose and Gary

      Andrew Fumento | £11

      maggie

      To all my journalist colleagues and friends - keep asking those difficult and probing questions in these toughest of times.

      Robert Stowell | £50

      Your work has never been so important as at this time of global uncertainty.

      Liam Fitzpatrick | £6

      As a journalism student I understand the dangers the industry faces at a time where facts are needed to drown out the increasing barrage of so-called 'fake news'. While far from perfect, newspapers are vital to informing the public and will hopefully continue to play a part for many years to come.

      Rob Firth | £40