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CNI Network: Community Heroes

Each month in 2020 CNI Network and Inspire Magazine are to feature a Community Hero. These are individuals or groups within CNI Network's family of local projects who...

Suzy Lamplugh Trust appoints Suky Bhaker as Chief Executive Officer

The Suzy Lamplugh Trust has appointed Suky Bhaker as its Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Suky commences the role on 2nd March 2020 building on the...

TheGivingMachine: Ditch the Guilt and go for Win-Win

By Richard Morris – CEO TheGivingMachine One of the things our sector can be really good at is highlighting a need via a distressing image...

Embrace Child Victims of Crime launches T@3 Tea Party

Everything stops for tea, or so the words of the famous song lead us to believe. Now, Embrace is helping to make the afternoon tea...

Together for Animals: She can barely move, let alone work

A lifetime of backbreaking work with no hope of retirement. That’s the heart-breaking reality for most working animals in the countries where Together for...

Francis House: Jim rocks his way to 200k

It's one for the money, two for the show, DJ and Elvis impersonator Jim Nicholas, has rocked up a staggering £200,390 in donations for...

Clear Sky supporters get our Fundraising year off to a cracking start!

Here at Clear Sky we never cease to be surprised by the generosity of people in our community who want to support young children...

Strode Park Foundation: New Year, New Ways to Support Charity

We’re now a few weeks into not only a new year, but a new decade, so if you’re still undecided on your resolutions for...

Adopt-A-Child: Christmas in Guatemala and Albania

The months of November and December are very busy ones for our Adopt-A-Child teams. In our National Offices, the volume of mail received increases...

The Sreepur Village: I am Nargis Akhter

You may wonder what happens when our mothers and their children leave The Sreepur Village. After three years in the village and then a...
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