Sunday, 16 June 2019

OFFICIAL PARTNER COLUMNISTS

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We are delighted to provide you with commentary and insight from some of our proactive Official Partner Charities of UK Charity Week. If you would like to become an Official Partner Charity of the campaign and receive many benefits, please click here to register and for more details.

The Disabilities Trust: People supported by the Trust raise awareness for brain injury

Each year in May, Action for Brain Injury Week takes place. Launched by the brain injury charity Headway, the national campaign aims to raise...

CNI Network: A night in the life of Leeds Street Angels

Leeds Street Angels began in February 2012 and since then have been out on patrol on the city's streets Friday and some Saturday nights...

The Sreepur Village: Interview to mark Volunteers’ Week

With Volunteers Week taking place this week, we wanted to take the chance to say thank you to all those amazing volunteers in the...

FTCT: Commits to getting schoolchildren ready for the new academic year

For schoolchildren, the giddy excitement of the summer holidays is almost here for another year. We all remember these long, sunny weeks (in our...

TheGivingMachine: Flaws in the Charity Business Model

A conversation I had some years ago left quite a profound effect on me and it is worth revisiting with the benefit of hindsight....

Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund: Fantastic turnout for Superhero Fun Run!

Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund couldn’t have asked for a better response to our third annual Superhero Fun Run which took place on 19th May....

Suzy Lamplugh Trust: Commemorating Suzy’s 58th birthday

On Friday 3 May, the busy team at the Trust took a moment to commemorate the day that would have been Suzy Lamplugh’s 58th...

Adopt A Child: Medical and Dental Care

In Guatemala and Albania, the countries where we have programmes feeding and caring for children, there is no National Health Service as we know...

Strode Park Foundation: Celebrating Volunteers Week

As we approach National Volunteers’ Week at the beginning of June, here at Strode Park Foundation we are looking forward to celebrating the amazing...

Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home: A short history of the Home

Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home have been an integral part of the city since its founding in 1883. Originally named the Home for Lost...
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