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Two awards of excellence won by Wiltshire Air Ambulance

A DEDICATED volunteer and a successful fundraising campaign for its new airbase have resulted in Wiltshire Air Ambulance winning two prestigious awards. The charity enjoyed...
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Children’s hospice charity creates alternative Christmas advert

This Christmas, one of the country’s leading children’s hospice charity’s Shooting Star Chase has launched its alternative Christmas advert. Featuring ten-year-old Summer as she...

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...

The Mayor of Greater Manchester supports a new vision for social enterprise in the region

MAYOR of Greater Manchester, Andy Burnham, has supported a new vision for social enterprise in the region at The Greater Manchester Social Enterprise Summit this week. The new...

Young people want to learn about social activism at school

MORE than 80% of young people believe activity focussed on philanthropy and social activism should be part of the core secondary curriculum. A nationwide survey...

Dog injured after being run over twice has Battersea vets worried

EARLIER this year, a dog was brought into Battersea Dogs & Cats Home after being hit by a car, not once, but twice -...

Tributes paid to Stourbridge charity champion Geoff Hill

TRIBUTES have poured in for respected businessman and charity champion Geoff Hill, who has died aged 91. His son, Nigel Hill, led the tributes to...

Charity offers a £10,000 reward to catch 98-year-old’s attackers

A £10,000 reward has been offered to catch the attackers of a 98-year-old man left fighting for his life after being robbed in his...
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New Guide Dogs video highlights positive impact of intergenerational volunteering

A new video released this week by the charity Guide Dogs shines a light on the positive impact of its volunteer service, My Guide. With reports of isolation and...

Latest sleep in shifts guidance does not go far enough to protect essential care services

FOLLOWING months of campaigning and nearly four months after the Court of Appeal judgement, the Government has revised its guidance on sleep in payments....

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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...