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Sporting Chance announces charity of the month and partnership with Collection Pot

FINTECH Collection Pot has announced a partnership with sports mental health charity Sporting Chance, which includes Sporting Chance being named as Collection Pot's first Charity Partner of...

E-scooter operator partners with app for visually impaired to offer greater protection to vulnerable pedestrians

E-scooter operator TIER has partnered with Lazarillo, the world’s leading GPS app for the visually impaired, to offer greater protection and improve safety standards...

Cats Protection: eLearning can be as effective as training

LAURA Shaw says that eLearning is a popular alternative to training at Cats Protection. The charity’s award-winning, blended Volunteer Champions Programme is also as...

Digital payment app runs competition to raise £1000 for charity

THE world's first image-based payment brand has been launched in partnership with a number of UK charities. ImageNPay, who offer a plastic-free prepaid charge card,...

RSA launches Community Grant Programme

RSA has announced it is awarding more than £280,000 worth of small grants for community organisations struggling because of COVID-19. The programme directly responds...

Video production company offers lifeline to charities struggling in the pandemic

A London-based video production company is offering to create a two-minute animation for a registered charity, completely free of charge. Dragonfly founder and creative director,...

£40k boost for automotive charity, Ben, from UK’s largest dealer group

LAST year, the automotive charity Ben faced a significant increase in demand for their services but also battled a reduction in donations. To help...

TripHunters donates 100,000 trees to Trees for the Future

THE partnership between prize platform TripHunters and Trees for the Future has reached a milestone: TripHunters has donated 100,000 trees to Trees for the...
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