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#LocalCharitiesDay: Kent Community Foundation

Hannah Lawrence

, December 6, 2018 — Civil Society

Communications Executive, Kent Community Foundation

Local Charities Day is a great initiative for putting the spotlight on local groups and charities doing amazing work beneath the radar, something that, as the Community Foundation for Kent and Medway, is extremely close to our hearts.We provide financial support to hundreds of charities and deserving causes throughout the county each year – particularly…

#LocalCharitiesDay: Maidstone and Mid-Kent Mind

Thomas Fishenden

, November 26, 2018 — Civil Society

Marketing Apprentice, Maidstone & Mid Kent Mind

Maidstone and Mid-Kent Mind (MMKM) is delighted to be connecting with local charities across the county and blogging about our work across this past year. Last year, we found Local Charities Day to be an incredibly beneficial experience, providing us with an opportunity to learn all about other local organisations and groups who were working within…

Local Charities Day 2018

Mims Davies

, November 16, 2018 — Civil Society

Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Sport and Civil Society Further details on gov.uk

I am delighted to announce that Local Charities Day will be returning this year on Friday 14 December 2018! It is my first Local Charities Day as Minister for Sport and Civil Society and I could not be more excited about building on the success of the last two years, where people, communities and organisations…

#LocalCharitiesDay: Art from the hArt

Annie Jeffery

, December 15, 2017 — Civil Society

Art therapy forms the backdrop of this inspirational charity based in Hampshire.  Established in 2014 by Sculptor Annie Jeffery, hArt was born from a passion to nurture and encourage creativity within children and adults to help prevent and alleviate physical, mental and social problems. Art as therapy It is well known that many famous artists have used…

#LocalCharitiesDay: Something for everyone at New Forest Mencap

Liz Rolf

, — Civil Society

Chair, New Forest Mencap

As the voice of learning disabilities in the New Forest, we are delighted to be taking part in our first #LocalCharitiesDay. The Gateway Club New Forest Mencap provides leisure activities through our social club known as The Gateway Club, we host four sessions per week in two locations across the forest, New Milton and Brockenhurst. The…

#LocalCharitiesDay: Inspire Suffolk supporting young people onto a positive future

Sarah Rowe

, — Civil Society

Marketing and Communications Manager, Inspire Suffolk

Inspire Suffolk is a charity dedicated to supporting young people in Suffolk and North Essex onto a positive future. Each day, we work at the forefront of helping young people (16-25 years) to overcome multiple challenges and work to break down the barriers which they face into next steps in employment, education or further training.…

Making every day better through charity partnerships

Mark Evans

, — Civil Society

CEO, Telefonica O2 UK

I’m immensely proud to lead a company that defines its purpose as making every day better through personal experiences that count. Nowhere is this more true than in the diverse ways that our brand collaborates with partners and supports UK charities.For O2 charity begins at home, as it does for many people. We are proud…