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Improvement of Employer Attitudes Crucial for Disabled Jobseekers

New polling from the Centre for Social Justice showed that two thirds (63 per cent) of HR decision makers think there are barriers to...

#UKCharityWeek founder backs call to make first aid part of the school curriculum

The founder of #UKCharityWeek, Lee Rayment has offered his support to three leading UK charities in calling on the government to make first aid...

Battersea welcomes Government consultation on the use of cruel electric shock collars

Leading animal welfare charity Battersea Dogs & Cats Home has welcomed the Westminster Government's consultation around the use of electric shock collars on dogs...

Retiring charity CEO thanks public for their support in turning charity around

A retiring charity Chief Executive is thanking the local community for helping him to turn homelessness charity Emmaus Hertfordshire around. The St Albans-based charity provides...

Charity organises large protest in Birmingham to oppose disability cuts

Midland Mencap has announced plans for the coordination of a mass lobby of disabled and vulnerable citizens outside Birmingham City Council House on Monday, 16th January...

Charity funds fight against blood cancer

A charity dedicated to fighting blood cancer has awarded a grant of £6,600 to help fund innovative new research into Acute Myeloid Leukaemia (AML). Dr...

National Disability Charity, Sense, responds to Queen’s Speech

NATIONAL disability charity, Sense, has responded to the Queen’s Speech, in which the Government pledged to tackle disability discrimination and improve social care services. Richard...

Young man remembered at Westminster as new brain tumour report published

A bereaved woman whose son died at the age of 21 from a highly aggressive brain tumour was among other relatives and patients at...
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Young people’s charity calls on UK employers to give care leavers more opportunities

The National Youth Advocacy Service (NYAS) is calling on UK employers to offer more opportunities for young people leaving care after new figures showed almost one-third of...

Blind Veterans UK thanks “inspirational President”

It has been announced that Ray Hazan OBE has decided to step down after more than 13 years as President of Blind Veterans UK, the...

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THE MENTAL HEALTH FOUNDATION: Stressed nation: 74% of UK ‘overwhelmed or unable to cope’ at some point in the past year

A UK-wide stress survey commissioned by the Mental Health Foundation has found that almost three-quarters of adults (74%) have at some point over the...

THE GIVING MACHINE: A Most Precious Gift

As I write this article, we've experienced the events that have become cemented in the retail calendar as Black Friday with Cyber Monday following...

TSP is delighted to support #UKCharityWeek!

Our people give, volunteer and believe in Charity. The firm matches everything their employees donate pound for pound, and each employee benefits from two...