Thursday, 13 December 2018

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Charity Today is delighted to welcome a number of new contributors to the blog section of the website. Here you will find the latest submissions from both our charity and corporate partners.

THE SREEPUR VILLAGE: Turning over a new leaf….

Ripa is in grade two at The Sreepur Village School and she said, “For me, a library is a place where books are kept...

THE SREEPUR VILLAGE: A Thirst for Chari-TEA…

Tea is the most popular beverage all over Bangladesh.  It is, in fact, a Bengali tradition that when guests visit someone’s house they are...
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MENTAL HEALTH FOUNDATION: I’m Fine Campaign

A study of 2,000 adults commissioned by the Mental Health Foundation has found that the average adult will say "I'm fine" 14 times a...

Jolly Good Communications proud to support #UKCharityWeek

Jolly Good Communications is a social enterprise specialising in providing a full range of communications, public relations and related services for charities, social enterprises...
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THE GIVING MACHINE: Fundraising – without it costing you or your supporters a penny.

SIMPLY ensure your cause is registered with TheGivingMachine and your supporters can raise free donations for you each time they shop online. TheGivingMachine is the...

STRODE PARK FOUNDATION: Fundraising: it only takes one great idea…

FOUNDED in 1946, Strode Park Foundation is a Kent charity, providing vital care and support services for children and adults with a range of...

THE MINTRIDGE FOUNDATION: September update

THE Mintridge Foundation has had a busy start to September and has welcomed the start of a new academic year. At the start of...

THE SREEPUR VILLAGE: Why #Swimsafe schemes are vital in The Sreepur Village

We know that water is vital for survival, yet in Bangladesh, water also has the power to kill. From June to October approximately 80% of...

IWF: Helping young men to navigate the internet safely

DID you know that 22% of men aged 18-24 do not agree that children in child sexual abuse images are harmed by the experience?...

The Mintridge Foundation: October update

It has been an incredibly exciting month for The Mintridge Foundation. This month saw us reach and impact our 40,000th student since the Foundation...