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Charity Business News - Villages in County Durham will soon be awash with vibrant colour as the first phase of a community project goes live. Colourful rainbow craft activity packs have been designed by The Singing Elf Social Enterprise s creative team based in Pittington and produced by a small army of volunteers.


Durham Villages Filled With Hope and Colour

Charity Business News - Northumberland Freemasons have helped a Hexham charity carry out its work in the community. The Hextol Foundation in Hexham have received 20,000 to buy a new crew van that will help the charity carry out its important work in the community.


Northumberland Freemasons Donate Van to Charity

Charity Business News - 10,000 was given to The Hextol Foundation to help staff continue engaging with service users safely in person and remotely during lockdown when facilities and activities were forced to close. It also ensured that the Hexham-based charity could reopen its services to beneficiaries in the aftermath of the pandemic.


Charity Programme Continues To Be Delivered Thanks To Bernicia Foundation

Charity Business News - The Bradley Lowery Foundation is urging its supporters to take part in an initiative that is helping to raise money to complete Super Brad s Pad . The Great Northern Raffle was launched to offer charities an alternative to live fundraising events after most were cancelled or postponed at the start of the pandemic.


Bradley Lowery Foundation is urging supporters to text in

Charity Business News - Community organisation Active Families North East CIC will be delivering a pioneering fitness programme to teens across Sunderland. The organisation, which already supports families and older people with its range of programmes, has won funding to help over 22 teens get active and make healthier choices.


Pioneering Kangoo programme bounces into Sunderland

Charity Business News - Daisy Chain has unveiled a renewed clubs and activities plan as it reopens its services after lockdown.


Daisy Chain revitalises clubs offering post-lockdown

Charity Business News - Daisy Chain is inviting families across the Tees Valley to celebrate World Autism Awareness Week by taking part in its Festival of Colour. World Autism Awareness Week is held annually as a global campaign to promote awareness, understanding and acceptance of autism.


Celebrate the Festival of Colours at home with help from Daisy Chain








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Charity Business News - 10,000 was given to The Hextol Foundation to help staff continue engaging with service users safely in person and remotely during lockdown when facilities and activities were forced to close. It also ensured that the Hexham-based charity could reopen its services to beneficiaries in the aftermath of the pandemic.


Charity Programme Continues To Be Delivered Thanks To Bernicia Foundation

Charity Business News - The Bradley Lowery Foundation is urging its supporters to take part in an initiative that is helping to raise money to complete Super Brad s Pad . The Great Northern Raffle was launched to offer charities an alternative to live fundraising events after most were cancelled or postponed at the start of the pandemic.


Bradley Lowery Foundation is urging supporters to text in

Charity Business News - Daisy Chain has unveiled a renewed clubs and activities plan as it reopens its services after lockdown.


Daisy Chain revitalises clubs offering post-lockdown

Charity Business News - Northumberland Freemasons have helped a Hexham charity carry out its work in the community. The Hextol Foundation in Hexham have received 20,000 to buy a new crew van that will help the charity carry out its important work in the community.


Northumberland Freemasons Donate Van to Charity

Charity Business News - Villages in County Durham will soon be awash with vibrant colour as the first phase of a community project goes live. Colourful rainbow craft activity packs have been designed by The Singing Elf Social Enterprise s creative team based in Pittington and produced by a small army of volunteers.


Durham Villages Filled With Hope and Colour

Charity Business News - Community organisation Active Families North East CIC will be delivering a pioneering fitness programme to teens across Sunderland. The organisation, which already supports families and older people with its range of programmes, has won funding to help over 22 teens get active and make healthier choices.


Pioneering Kangoo programme bounces into Sunderland

Charity Business News - Daisy Chain is inviting families across the Tees Valley to celebrate World Autism Awareness Week by taking part in its Festival of Colour. World Autism Awareness Week is held annually as a global campaign to promote awareness, understanding and acceptance of autism. This year it takes place during week commencing 29 March, which coincides with the Hindu festival of Holi.


Celebrate the Festival of Colours at home with help from Daisy Chain








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