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Charity Business News - The winter months can be a particularly difficult time for older people, especially those living on their own. What might seem small incidents can threaten the independence of people wanting to stay in their own home e.g. a common cold, or a run-of-the-mill DIY job. There are though many adaptations that can be made to help older people remain independent. What can be done indoors Even the smallest of incidents e.g.


Ways to help older people remain independent in their homes

Charity Business News - A businesswoman who won a national award last month, for helping her community during the Covid-19 pandemic, has increased her charity s free meal deliveries by nearly a third following a recent surge in demand.


Charity Increases Food Parcel Deliveries By A Third

Charity Business News - An app-based ride hailing business is spreading some much-needed Christmas cheer for those who need it most after donating 250 worth of toys and goodies ahead of the festive season to Little Village.


Ride hailing business spreads Christmas cheer with toy and food donations

Charity Business News - Now more than ever, charities are relying on the generosity of the public and corporate sponsors to help them during the COVID crisis. One ground-breaking charity which was formed just two years ago has announced that it will hold a virtual ball online and everyone is invited.


Virtually Everyone Can Help Charlie Gard

Charity Business News - Freemasons Donate 20,000 for Square Meals - Major donation will help feed those in need. Northumberland Freemasons have donated 20,000 to The People s Kitchen in Newcastle thanks to financial support from the national Masonic Charitable Foundation MCF .


Meals from the Masons for People's Kitchen

Charity Business News - One of the North East s best loved charity s is inviting the kind-hearted North East public to bring festive cheer to the homeless and vulnerable. The People s Kitchen supports hundreds of friends across the city every day.


Making a Difference with a Fiver

Charity Business News - To kickstart the 12 month partnership, LSH Auto will be supporting the charity s new youth mental health fundraising campaign, Fight For All The Feels, which launched in October.


LSH Auto announces partnership with Birmingham Children's Hospital Charity

Charity Business News - The founder of Newcastle Homeless Commission, Bob Eldridge MBE, who established Street Zero in 2018 as a way to coordinate city-wide efforts to prevent homelessness and eradicate rough sleeping in the city by 2022, has praised their partners as latest figures reveal a significant drop in homelessness on the city s streets.


Rough Sleeping Figure Shows Significant Reduction

Charity Business News - Theatre group Made by Mortals has been awarded 15,000 from Arts Council England to carry on creating its interactive lockdown podcast Armchair Adventures. The funding has enabled them to commission three playwrights, as well as four professional musicians.


Lockdown podcast Armchair Adventures continues with extra funding

Charity Business News - Francis House Children s Hospice is inviting outdoor enthusiasts to put their best foot forward in 2021 and take part in the first ever Francis House New Year Winter Wander.


Francis House planning New Year Winter Wander








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Charity Business News - A businesswoman who won a national award last month, for helping her community during the Covid-19 pandemic, has increased her charity s free meal deliveries by nearly a third following a recent surge in demand.


Charity Increases Food Parcel Deliveries By A Third

Charity Business News - Creative agency Fluid Ideas has swelled the coffers of three good causes to the tune of 7,000. The charities to benefit are Alzheimer s Society, a children s hospice and YMCA Derbyshire. Fluid Ideas usually spends a total of 5,000 on Christmas gifts to clients and taking its staff on a city break in Europe at the end of each year as a thank you for their efforts.


Charity hat-trick for Fluid Ideas

Charity Business News - A business leader has warned that the Chancellor s latest financial package to help firms through lockdown will not be enough to save many small firms from going to the wall.


Chancellors support package not enough to ensure survival of SME sector

Charity Business News - The winter months can be a particularly difficult time for older people, especially those living on their own. What might seem small incidents can threaten the independence of people wanting to stay in their own home e.g. a common cold, or a run-of-the-mill DIY job. There are though many adaptations that can be made to help older people remain independent.


Ways to help older people remain independent in their homes

Charity Business News - Northumberland Freemasons have donated 8,000 to help restore the sound of church bells to an Alnwick church. St. Michael s Church, Alnwick is a Grade One listed building described as an architectural gem and apart from being a living centre of worship, it is in constant use for those marking important milestones in their lives.


Freemasons Ring In New Year

Charity Business News - Landau, which has its headquarters based in Wellington, Shropshire, is a leading provider of supported employment and training. Since becoming a registered charity in 1995, it has helped young people and adults across the UK to create meaningful and fulfilling futures for themselves by supporting them into long-term employment.


West Midlands charity marks 25 years with inspirational new book

Charity Business News - The Eat BMX Repeat initiative saw Liverpool-based social enterprise Food For Thought join forces with Peloton Liverpool s BMX Box L5, Transport Amateur Boxing Club and West Everton Community Council.


Eat BMX Repeat event gets Christmas off to a wheelie good start

Charity Business News - Staff at Kinaxia Logistics have brought festive cheer to hundreds of youngsters by supporting the Hits Radio Cash for Kids Mission Christmas Appeal. Kinaxia employees donated more than 600 toys and gifts and over 700 to the appeal.


Staff at Kinaxia Logistics bring Christmas cheer to disadvantaged youngsters

Charity Business News - Ninety-nine children across Merseyside who would have woken up to no presents under the Christmas tree will have gifts to unwrap, thanks to a new initiative for Liverpool.


National initiative Christmas Toy Appeal launches in Liverpool

Charity Business News - An app-based ride hailing business is spreading some much-needed Christmas cheer for those who need it most after donating 250 worth of toys and goodies ahead of the festive season to Little Village.


Ride hailing business spreads Christmas cheer with toy and food donations

Charity Business News - Today, the charity has vowed to continue to provide this essential support for as long as it is needed The official charity of Everton Football Club launched its Blue Family campaign in March to provide vital aid and assistance to struggling families in the wake of lockdown restrictions and increases in social isolation.


26,000 Liverpool families supported by Everton in the Community

Charity Business News - Bridgnorth-based website design agency Clickingmad will split the significant sum of money between Music Therapy Works, a West Midlands charity providing music therapy to children and adults with special needs the Stroke Association, which supports people s recovery following a stroke UK-leading vet charity, the PDSA and Cancer Research.


Music charity strikes a chord with Shropshire web agency

Charity Business News - Salford-based Empowered Conversations has joined forces with Age UK Salford s Dementia Support Services. The organisations had previously worked in partnership to deliver Empowered Carers, an innovative pilot offering one to one support for family carers of people living with dementia over the last two years.


Dementia Communications specialists join forces with Age UK Salford

Charity Business News - Francis House Children s Hospice is inviting outdoor enthusiasts to put their best foot forward in 2021 and take part in the first ever Francis House New Year Winter Wander.


Francis House planning New Year Winter Wander

Charity Business News - Freemasons Donate 20,000 for Square Meals - Major donation will help feed those in need. Northumberland Freemasons have donated 20,000 to The People s Kitchen in Newcastle thanks to financial support from the national Masonic Charitable Foundation MCF .


Meals from the Masons for People's Kitchen

Charity Business News - Dedicated to supporting local communities, The Hubb Foundation helps disadvantaged families across Stoke-on-Trent and Newcastle-under-Lyme. They work to provide nutritious meals and fun, educational activities for children and young people during school holidays.


Digital Agency Donates Hundreds of Gifts to Charity to Spread Christmas Cheer

Charity Business News - Theatre group Made by Mortals has been awarded 15,000 from Arts Council England to carry on creating its interactive lockdown podcast Armchair Adventures. The funding has enabled them to commission three playwrights, as well as four professional musicians.


Lockdown podcast Armchair Adventures continues with extra funding

Charity Business News - The charity, which is on a mission to normalise mental health and aims to make getting help as easy as possible, has undertaken an overhaul of its brand, including refining its mission, unveiling a new logo and launching a new website.


Rebrand Marks Chasing The Stigma's 4th Birthday

Charity Business News - A grant of 3000 from Northumberland Freemasons has enabled a community pantomime to go ahead and reach children in socially disadvantaged areas bringing a strong social message to help vulnerable people.


The Show Must Go On - Oh yes it will!

Charity Business News - A North East charity has launched a new service to help disabled people struggling to find the consistent support they need, especially during COVID. Disability North s new Personal Assistant Register makes it easier than ever for people to manage their own care and support staff direct, rather than rely on traditional council-funded or private care agencies.


Personal Assistant Register Launched








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