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Charity Business News - Feel-good fundraising platform TapSimple has today announced the launch of TapSimple Virtual Events and Ticketing, an integrated video conferencing, ticketing and donation service designed to help charities engage with stakeholders, volunteers and individuals online. Unlike other video conferencing options, the new TapSimple service enables supporters to donate at the moment of maximum engagement, with donation buttons embedded within the virtual event page.


TapSimple launches Virtual Events and Ticketing service for charities

Charity Business News - Established in 1875, East Cheshire Eye Society offers an essential support service to blind and partially sighted people in East Cheshire. Some of the charities core services include a full range of equipment and resources, technology and equipment training, emotional support and a range of social activities.


East Cheshire Eye Society refreshes brand and website

Charity Business News - The Liverpool-based charity provides essential services to over 8,000 people who are affected by Huntington s disease across England and Wales, alongside offering education and training to support the families and professionals that care for Huntington s patients.


Liverpool Science Park names their inaugural Charity of the Year

Charity Business News - A partnership of three perinatal mental health charities across England will benefit from a three-year funding programme from The National Lottery Community Fund to connect community-led pre and postnatal wellbeing support services across England.


Perinatal charity partnership funded by The National Lottery to help new parents

Charity Business News - Initially two computer tablets were donated by the Rotary Club of Alnwick to Abbeyfield House but when the benefits of using them were apparent to Chairman Jim Thompson he applied for a grant to Northumberland Mark Masons and was delighted to be able to purchase a further 22 devices thanks to their donation of more than 4000.


Residents Take Their Tablets

Charity Business News - BGF has announced that it will make donations totalling 100,000 to support local community-based charities across the UK and Ireland following the onset of Coronavirus. Each BGF regional office has nominated a charity that does vital work to support vulnerable people within the communities BGF s teams live and work in.


BGF's North of England team donates £12,500 to Variety

Charity Business News - A generation that claims to feel misrepresented by media and brands have launched their own news site - and are experiencing a spike in readership since lockdown began.


Over 50s news team challenging the way the media represents their generation

Care Packages For Jura Residents

By Hop PR

Jun 04 2020 11:26AM

Charity Business News - One of the least densely populated islands of the Inner Hebrides, Jura has just 212 inhabitants and has been closed to visitors since lockdown measures were announced in Scotland at the beginning of March.


Care Packages For Jura Residents

Charity Business News - It s been a sorry tale for many North East charities during this coronavirus outbreak but one regional organisation a friendship dog charity refuses to roll over and has changed focus to get through this difficult period.


North East charity calls for 'Friends of Wag'

Charity Business News - Sheffield based digital marketing agency The SEO Works has been chosen to create a new B2B website and portal for Great Places Housing Group.


The SEO Works to launch new B2B platform for Great Places Housing Group








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Charity Business News - Age Concern Central Lancashire is calling on ambassadors to pledge their support as it kicks off its 40th anniversary celebrations with an ambitious fundraising campaign.


Age Concern Central Lancashire kicks off 40th Year Celebrations

Charity Business News - Teams and Bensham Community Care has received 6000 from The Bernicia Foundation s Inclusion Grant to support its activities that bring together lonely and isolated people aged 65 or over. The organisation, which is celebrating its 30th year, hosted around 90 people each week pre-lockdown and is aiming to resume its clubs again in September.


Foundation cash boost helps tackle loneliness in Gateshead community

Charity Business News - Feel-good fundraising platform TapSimple has today announced the launch of TapSimple Virtual Events and Ticketing, an integrated video conferencing, ticketing and donation service designed to help charities engage with stakeholders, volunteers and individuals online.


TapSimple launches Virtual Events and Ticketing service for charities

Charity Business News - TV presenter Maya Jama joined Savera UK Youth on Friday 31 July to host a youth-led quiz speaking out against honour -based abuse HBA .


Maya Jama Joins Forces with Savera UK Youth for Awareness Event

Charity Business News - After a week of activities, including a cycle ride the distance of Dorset to London, a six-hour football tournament and a 24-hour sponsored walk, the school and the charity raised an impressive 1,877.


Autism Wessex celebrates raising £9828.39 for new playground

Charity Business News - Sheffield based digital marketing agency The SEO Works has been chosen to create a new B2B website and portal for Great Places Housing Group.


The SEO Works to launch new B2B platform for Great Places Housing Group

Charity Business News - An entrepreneurial mum of three from Preston has been shortlisted as a finalist amongst Britain s finest business people for the Entrepreneurial Spirit Award in the Great British Entrepreneur Awards 2020 recognising her incredible fundraising achievements, inspirational mentoring and entreprenurial spirit she has shown.


Preston Entrepreneurial Mum Shortlisted for Great British Entrepreneur Award

Charity Business News - The Field Studies Council, which welcomes 150,000 school pupils each year to its network of residential centres, lost 9.7million of business overnight when it was forced to close all of its sites in March due to the nationwide lockdown.


UK charity calls on PM to cut the Gordian Knot on overnight school trips

Charity Business News - The Liverpool-based charity provides essential services to over 8,000 people who are affected by Huntington s disease across England and Wales, alongside offering education and training to support the families and professionals that care for Huntington s patients.


Liverpool Science Park names their inaugural Charity of the Year

Charity Business News - Age Concern Central Lancashire has been awarded a special grant to help cement its post-Covid future, thanks to emergency Government funding from The National Lottery Community Fund The award-winning charity has been given 144,000 from the Coronavirus Community Support Fund, distributed by the National Lottery Community Fund, the largest funder of community activity in the UK.


Age Concern Central Lancashire given emergency funding

Charity Business News - The charity s day centre, farm and recently refurbished sensory play area based on Calf Fallow Lane, Norton, have undergone health and safety adaptations to enable families in the local area to return to the services.


Autism lifeline reopens services

Charity Business News - Established in 1875, East Cheshire Eye Society offers an essential support service to blind and partially sighted people in East Cheshire. Some of the charities core services include a full range of equipment and resources, technology and equipment training, emotional support and a range of social activities.


East Cheshire Eye Society refreshes brand and website

Charity Business News - 22 Year Old Entrepreneur, Javed Khan JKMT went from making pizzas in East London to getting dough in Dubai.... this young millennial self-made millionaire views his success as a blessing that he wants to share.


Meet the Young Millionaire Using His Business Success for Good

Charity Business News - It s been a sorry tale for many North East charities during this coronavirus outbreak but one regional organisation a friendship dog charity refuses to roll over and has changed focus to get through this difficult period.


North East charity calls for 'Friends of Wag'

Charity Business News - Government backed honour based abuse helpline received over 12,000 contacts in 2019The helpline has seen increased reporting during the lockdown by up to 200 Leeds-based award-winning human rights charity Karma Nirvana https karmanirvana.org.


Award-Winning Human Rights Charity Shines Spotlight on Honour-based Abuse

Charity Business News - The Bernicia Foundation, which is led by North East housing association Bernicia, awarded 130,000 among 14 organisations from the first round launched in January this year, as well as releasing 200,000 in April for local authorities to help charities and organisations tackle hardship caused by the Coronavirus crisis.


Bernicia Foundation launches second round of funding

Charity Business News - Initially two computer tablets were donated by the Rotary Club of Alnwick to Abbeyfield House but when the benefits of using them were apparent to Chairman Jim Thompson he applied for a grant to Northumberland Mark Masons and was delighted to be able to purchase a further 22 devices thanks to their donation of more than 4000.


Residents Take Their Tablets

Charity Business News - Liverpool-based social entrepreneur and internationally leading voice on women s enterprise, Maggie O Carroll, has accepted the role at the University of Strathclyde Business School SBS , in the Hunter Centre for Entrepreneurship.


Social entrepreneur to use new academic role to promote business for good

Charity Business News - After the death of her best friend from teenage bone cancer, Lian Cunliffe knows only too well the importance of having positive memories during the most difficult of times. For six weeks throughout the lockdown, sales manager Lian, picked up her camera and started taking photographs - adhering to government guidelines - of her friends and family on the doorsteps outside their homes.


Photographer captures happy lockdown memories

Charity Business News - A report by IPSE the Association of Independent Professionals and the Self-Employed also says disabled self-employed people are more likely to need financial support during the crisis because, in normal times, their average daily pay rate is 12 lower than freelancers who do not report having a disability.


Thousands of disabled self-employed missing out on pandemic support