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A charity was an organisation dedicated to social well-being.

Shelter was a charity set up following the broadcast of Cathy Come Home. It opened a number of halfway houses for the homeless in London, one of which Dodo Chaplet regularly stayed at. (PROSE: Who Killed Kennedy)

In 2000, when the influence of the Cyberon drug gave them a loathing of their gold jewelry, the Cyberon test patients at St John's Hospital decided to gather all their gold jewels and have them deonated to a charity of her choice by carer Karen. (PROSE: Cyberon)

Dorothy McShane ran A Charitable Earth (TV: Death of the Doctor) to help troubled orphans. (AUDIO: In Remembrance)

Freedom and Liberty was a US charity. (TV: The New World)

Gary was active with charities, doing ten kilometres for cancer and a triathlon. (AUDIO: Forgotten Lives)

The Thirteenth Doctor's companion Dan Lewis volunteered for his local food bank in Liverpool. Due to his considerate nature, he'd refuse to take food home out of pride, knowing he had no food at home. (TV: The Halloween Apocalypse)

The Master did "charity" work that he wished he got more recognition for, however he didn't like to talk about it in case if he got the attention of the Time Lords; one such instance involved the Master giving jobless Earth colonists work placements in the Sabre-Toothed Gorilla House of the Galactic Zoo as "humanitarian aid" - what he meant was, that he fed the colonists to the Sabre-Toothed Gorillas. (PROSE: A letter from the Master)