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Charity Business News - A North East charity that works to combat loneliness for older dog lovers has turned to its volunteers and army of four-legged friends to come up with a way to raise much-needed funds, while providing a special gift to elderly people at the same time. Wag amp Company is launching its very own 2021 calendar that can be sent out as a heartfelt thinking of you gesture to its elderly friends whilst Covid-19 restrictions prevent physical visiting.


Dog owning volunteers stand in friendship to support charity

Charity Business News - The weekly sessions, held at the charity s day centre in Norton, offer adults with autism the chance to gain valuable skills and work experience, as well as an opportunity to connect with others and reduce loneliness and isolation.


Autism friendly gardening group formed for Teesside adults

Charity Business News - He has urged other local charities to come together to form a kickstarter cluster to enable around 30 local youngsters to work in the third sector.


Autism charity boss urges sector to support Kickstart Scheme

Charity Business News - The charity has estimated a shortfall of 400,000 compared with last year, and the online store has been created in a bid to recoup lost funds caused by the pandemic. In 2015, the charity opened its superstore on Portrack Lane with the objective of recycling pre-loved items.


Innovative online designer store launched by Teesside autism charity

Charity Business News - The Great Northern Raffle has been established as a way for the North East public and businesses to show support and raise money for many worthwhile causes. Charities can schedule the Great Northern Raffle into their future fundraising initiatives every month, or to suit their own timings.


Brand new charity fundraising initiative launched in North East

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.


Foundation cash boost helps tackle loneliness in Gateshead community








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Charity Business News - The weekly sessions, held at the charity s day centre in Norton, offer adults with autism the chance to gain valuable skills and work experience, as well as an opportunity to connect with others and reduce loneliness and isolation.


Autism friendly gardening group formed for Teesside adults

Charity Business News - A North East charity that works to combat loneliness for older dog lovers has turned to its volunteers and army of four-legged friends to come up with a way to raise much-needed funds, while providing a special gift to elderly people at the same time.


Dog owning volunteers stand in friendship to support charity

Charity Business News - The charity has estimated a shortfall of 400,000 compared with last year, and the online store has been created in a bid to recoup lost funds caused by the pandemic. In 2015, the charity opened its superstore on Portrack Lane with the objective of recycling pre-loved items.


Innovative online designer store launched by Teesside autism charity

Charity Business News - He has urged other local charities to come together to form a kickstarter cluster to enable around 30 local youngsters to work in the third sector. Neeraj Sharma is also encouraging larger employers who are considering taking on 30 or more individuals, to allocate at least one of those placements for a candidate with learning difficulties.


Autism charity boss urges sector to support Kickstart Scheme

Charity Business News - The Great Northern Raffle has been established as a way for the North East public and businesses to show support and raise money for many worthwhile causes. Charities can schedule the Great Northern Raffle into their future fundraising initiatives every month, or to suit their own timings.


Brand new charity fundraising initiative launched in North East

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