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UK Charity Week Founder Lee Rayment expresses gratitude and unveils 2024 hopes

As the curtains draw on UK Charity Week 2023, Lee Rayment, the founder of the esteemed annual event, has penned a heartfelt open letter expressing immense gratitude to the Charity Champions who made this year’s campaign a success.

In his letter, Rayment extends sincere thanks to the countless individuals whose collective efforts during the week showcased the unwavering spirit of generosity that defines the nation. Whether through donations, volunteering, or amplifying charity messages, the diverse contributions made a profound impact, highlighting the prevailing sense of shared humanity.

Rayment’s sentiments echo through his words, underscoring the importance of unity and compassion in the charitable community. Here is his letter in full:

Dear Charity Champions,

As UK Charity Week 2023 slowly subsides, I am overwhelmed with a sense of gratitude and deep pride for the incredible spirit of generosity that defines our nation. I extend a heartfelt thanks to all of you for your unwavering support throughout the week.

To every individual who contributed in some form, a donation to a charity, volunteered, or took a moment to share and amplify the messages of our charities, your collective efforts make a profound impact. Your compassion and commitment have uplifted us all and sent a powerful message—that in times of crisis, our shared humanity can prevail.

A big congratulations is in order for the UK charities that have tirelessly worked towards their fundraising and awareness goals. Your dedication to so many diverse causes, ranging from health and education to environmental sustainability and social justice, is a testament to the incredible compassion that defines our charitable landscape. Your efforts have not gone unnoticed, and I applaud you for being a driving force behind positive change.

In these challenging times, the role of volunteers has become more critical than ever. So, to those who step up and lend a helping hand, I extend my thanks.

Reflecting on the accomplishments of UK Charity Week 2023, I am filled with a sense of responsibility and determination for the future. If my health and fortunes allow, I make a solemn promise—a promise that next year’s UK Charity Week will be the best and most interactive yet. It will be a week of greater impact, unity, and heightened awareness of the challenges in our society and sector.

Keep up the great work!

Merry Christmas, and thank you again,

Lee Rayment
Founder, UK Charity Week


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