Saturday, 27 February 2021




Latest news

- Public Notice -

Fundraising News

Showcasing your charity fundraising news, tools, tips and advice.

Great news for eight Thanet charities

EIGHT charities were notified this week that their applications for financial support had been approved and that they would be receiving grants to support...

Funding boost for groups helping COVID hit communities

A housing trust has given community groups in Birmingham and Telford that are working to help those hit hardest by the impacts of COVID-19...

Charity grants £3m to Groundwork’s Green Doctors to help those in fuel poverty

COMMUNITY action charity, Groundwork, has been awarded a £3million grant from the Cadent Foundation to support the expansion of its Green Doctors programme as...

YEF announce £20m fund to keep children out of the criminal justice system

THE Youth Endowment Fund announces a fund worth up to £20million to find out what works to keep children out of the criminal justice...

CHUF donates over £10,000 to The Sick Children’s Trust to help keep families together

THE Sick Children's Trust has received £10,740 from the Children's Heart Unit Fund (CHUF) to give families with a child on the cardiac unit...
- Public Notice -

Charity Today Awards | Latest News

More from Charity Today

Face masks in classrooms ‘devastating’ for deaf children

The National Deaf Children's Society has responded to reports...

WWII Veteran and London cabbie form great friendship

PETER Carey has been a London licensed cabbie for...

The UK’s only baby-specific hospice launches ‘Pay for a Day’ campaign

THE UK's only baby-specific hospice is calling on businesses...
- Advertisement -

UK Charity Week | Latest News

- Advertisement -

Official Partner Charities

Official Partner Businesses

Appointments & Employment News

- Public Notice -

Latest Instagram Posts

About us

Stay connected

Terms of use

Partner Websites

Copyright © 2020 Charity Today. The Charity Today publication is not responsible for the content of external sites.