Tuesday, 18 June 2019

The Fundraising Regulator celebrates its second birthday

The Fundraising Regulator has turned two years old, and to mark the occasion, has reflected on a strong year for the Regulator at its...

Essex charity committee celebrate 20th anniversary of family favourite fundraiser

CHILDREN'S charity Action Medical Research will be taking over Layer Marney once again on Tuesday 2 October. The twentieth annual ‘Action in the Autumn’ fundraiser...

New technology aims to fight Parkinson’s symptoms

THOUSANDS of people with Parkinson's will be able to manage their symptoms better thanks to a revolutionary apps and devices library launched by Parkinson's...

Child cruelty and neglect crimes double over five years

CHILD cruelty and neglect offences in the UK have doubled over the last five years, the NSPCC has revealed. There were 16,939 child cruelty and...

Women’s Aid previews early findings from Domestic Abuse Report

Women's Aid has previewed early findings from its forthcoming 'Domestic Abuse Audit 2018' at its inaugural public policy conference. New statistics reveal that domestic abuse services...

New Hospice build takes ‘the next step’

A new hospice for Southend, which will eventually be caring for thousands of local people, is taking 'the next step' as vital infrastructure begins...

MasterChef winner supports food classes for young people

Young people across Brighton with an interest in cooking attended a week-long course inspired by 2018 MasterChef winner Kenny Tutt. Children’s charity Barnardo’s worked in...

New research draws link between youth service cuts and rising knife crime

Research published today (Tuesday 7 May) suggests a growing link between cuts to youth services and the country's knife crime epidemic. Analysis of council youth...

Concerns under 5’s are becoming addicted to social media highlighted in report

Concerns under-fives are becoming addicted to social media and the impact of cyberbullying are highlighted in a new report published this week by Barnardo’s. ‘Left...

Could you be the National Trust’s new Farne Islands ranger?

Fed up with the rat race? With no running water and thousands of puffins as your only neighbours, a new National Trust vacancy promises...

Children’s hospices ‘a truly heart-warming example to us all’, says The Duchess of Cambridge

HRH The Duchess of Cambridge has said charities like East Anglia’s Children’s Hospices (EACH) provide 'a truly heart-warming example to us all, creating life-long...

Charities welcome urgent call to reverse public health funding cuts

The Richmond Group of Charities, 14 of the leading health and social care organisations in the voluntary sector, have united behind a call to...

Cross party call for action on charity lottery reform

Leading Conservative MP Priti Patel and Labour peer Lord Boateng have given their support for charity lottery reform and are urging the UK Government...

Dad of premature baby shares his story ahead of Father’s Day to support charity campaign

As Father's Day approaches, a Surrey dad shares his experience of having a premature baby to raise awareness of a local charity's campaign to...

Derby Half Marathon hailed a success as charities receive cash boost

Some came for a personal challenge, a few hoping to win and others to simply get round but all helped make the Derby Half...
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