We would like to take this opportunity on behalf of the team here at Charity Today and all of our Official Partner Charities of the campaign to thank the following organisations for their support. It may be a cliché by saying that this would not take place without their help, but that really is the case, and to have these businesses behind us gives us the confidence and resources to ensure it is a campaign that will go from strength to strength in the years to come.
Thank you very much for your kindness
Third Sector Property
Abigail Bridgland, Associate Director at TSP said: “TSP are happy to be supporting #UKCharityWeek! Charity is at the very heart of our organisation and we are proud to help raise awareness for so many fantastic causes! #UKCharityWeek is a great platform to raise funds and celebrate the hard work of everybody in the sector.”
For more information, please visit: https://tspuk.com/
Mike Hughes, managing director of Latcham Direct, said: “Latcham Direct is thrilled to support #UKCharityWeek and the fantastic job it does raising awareness of charities large and small throughout the UK. We are proud to work with a range of charities and individual giving departments throughout the UK, helping them to deliver meaningful and impactful communications that promote the great work they do, securing their future and the great causes they represent.”
For more information, please visit: www.latchamdirect.co.uk
The Good Exchange
Marina Stedman, Head of Marketing at The Good Exchange said: “We have recently celebrated a successful first year of operation, as well as the dispersion of £4.7 million to good causes, using our funder-fundraiser matching cloud platform. The Good Exchange team are looking forward to working with Charity Today News during #UKCharityWeek to raise awareness for charities and other good causes.
“The #UKCharityWeek campaign is a fantastic initiative by a very forward-thinking and highly respected national publication. We cannot wait for it to start.”
For more information, please visit: www.thegoodexchange.com
Neil Chadwick, a director of Liberty Accounts, said: “We provide our software to both commercial business and charities. Our specialised support for the charity sector has led to a large number of organisations relying on us. Not-for-profits face the same regulatory pressures as commercial enterprises with regard to payroll, expenses, pensions and VAT. In addition, charities must also deal with complex sector-specific reporting requirements that are intended to demonstrate good stewardship of community resources to supporters and regulators alike.
“We are committed to prioritising the needs of the UK Not-for-Profit sector in Liberty Accounts. We have introduced powerful fund and activity analysis along with SORP 2015 compliant SoFA reporting, budgeting at fund level, an integrated Donor Ledger, and Gift Aid preparation with online filing.
“We are therefore excited to be part of the Charity Today’s #UKCharityWeek to show our ongoing support for charities in the UK”
For more information, please visit: www.libertyaccounts.com
Utilitywise Head of Internal Communications Lesley Fenwick said: “The whole Utilitywise team are proud to support #UKCharityWeek, a campaign making such a difference to charities through raising awareness as well as much needed funds. Well done and thank you to the Charity Today News team.”
For more information, please visit: www.utilitywise.com.
William Baker of Fabrik said: “We all get by with a little help from our friends, right?
“At Fabrik, we believe in the power of non-profits, and we’re offering our support to #UKCharityWeek as part of our on-going initiative to give something back to the groups that make our world a better place. In fact – you might already have heard of some of the altruistic endeavours we’ve been involved with in the past.
“Last year, we were the people responsible for creating the hugely successful “Brave the Shave” campaign for Macmillan – which raised more than £6 million in 2016 alone! This year, we’ve just been involved with the wonderful – a non-profit that offers help and support to neglected and abandoned animals throughout London.
“Now, we’re on the lookout for our next big non-profit project!
Fabrik cannot wait to do their bit in support of #UKCharityWeek!
For more information, please visit:www.fabrikbrands.com
Emily Ball of Yoyo Design said: “Yoyo Design are delighted to show their official support for #UKCharityWeek. As an organisation that works in close collaboration with the charity sector, we are proud to be part of a campaign that helps raise awareness and fundraising for such important causes.”
For more information, please visit: www.yoyodesign.com.
Photo Cutouts (Connected Shopping Ltd)
David Hill of Photo Cutouts (Connected Shopping Ltd) said “We are so happy to be supporting #UKCharityWeek! Our giant cheques help fundraisers to make a big splash and encourage others to give too.”
For more information, please visit: www.photocutouts.co.uk/charity-toolkit.htm.