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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. The Greater Manchester-based Talking About My Generation news site launched by and for the over 50s has grown its readership since the pandemic hit by reporting on stories that focus on how this age group is playing active roles in combatting the current Covid-19 crisis rather than being portrayed as victims.


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

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.


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

Charity Business News - LCR Pride Foundation has today opened applications for a 20,000 Community Fund, for projects that support the LGBT community in the Liverpool City Region.


LCR Pride Foundation Launches Brand New Community Fund

Charity Business News - While its no longer business as usual for thousands across the City Region, The Women s Organisation is offering entrepreneurs and SMEs a vital lifeline through its programme of online and virtual business advice, training, and webinars.


The Womens Organisation steps up support for female entrepreneurs in lockdown

Charity Business News - More people than ever are being supported by Salford dementia services during the COVID19 health crisis thanks to new online sessions from virtual meetups to quizzes, sofa sing-a-longs and a disco.


Salford dementia services join forces to increase online support during lockdown

Charity Business News - After her trip to Disneyland was cancelled, Michelle Mcglasson cycled the distance of 473.5 miles between Paris and her parents home in Stockport on an exercise bike raising 315 for Francis House Children s Hospice. The hospice appealed for help to assist with the 250,000 shortfall in income from cancelled fundraising events.


Francis House hospice supporter swaps Disneyland trip with cycle challenge

Charity Business News - New mothers who took maternity leave within the last assessment period are being unfairly disadvantaged in the Government s Self Employment Income Support Scheme SEISS , says The Women s Organisation.


Women entrepreneurs unfairly penalised for taking maternity leave in COVID-19

Charity Business News - An entrepreneurial mum of 3 from Preston is on a mission to have done her bit during Covid-19 and in just over 3 weeks she has organised a 12-hour charity event that has attracted over 20 global entrepreneurs and celebs supporting small business owners amp entrepreneurs whose livelihoods are being threatened.


Self Made Millionaires and Celebs Link Arms with Entrepreneurial Mum








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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

Charity Business News - LCR Pride Foundation has today opened applications for a 20,000 Community Fund, for projects that support the LGBT community in the Liverpool City Region.


LCR Pride Foundation Launches Brand New Community Fund

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

Charity Business News - An entrepreneurial mum of 3 from Preston is on a mission to have done her bit during Covid-19 and in just over 3 weeks she has organised a 12-hour charity event that has attracted over 20 global entrepreneurs and celebs supporting small business owners amp entrepreneurs whose livelihoods are being threatened.


Self Made Millionaires and Celebs Link Arms with Entrepreneurial Mum

Charity Business News - After her trip to Disneyland was cancelled, Michelle Mcglasson cycled the distance of 473.5 miles between Paris and her parents home in Stockport on an exercise bike raising 315 for Francis House Children s Hospice. The hospice appealed for help to assist with the 250,000 shortfall in income from cancelled fundraising events.


Francis House hospice supporter swaps Disneyland trip with cycle challenge

Charity Business News - Age Concern Central Lancashire with the help of local businesses has organised a Night in at the movies for older people across Lancashire who remain in lockdown. Complete with popcorn, pizza and snacks Age Concern Central Lancashire added to the movie packages by providing donated DVDs from its charity shops.


Charity recreates a movie night in experience for older people

Charity Business News - More people than ever are being supported by Salford dementia services during the COVID19 health crisis thanks to new online sessions from virtual meetups to quizzes, sofa sing-a-longs and a disco. Empowered Conversations and Salford Age UK s Dementia Support Services have joined forced to meet the increased demand for support in lockdown.


Salford dementia services join forces to increase online support during lockdown

Charity Business News - New mothers who took maternity leave within the last assessment period are being unfairly disadvantaged in the Government s Self Employment Income Support Scheme SEISS , says The Women s Organisation.


Women entrepreneurs unfairly penalised for taking maternity leave in COVID-19

Charity Business News - While its no longer business as usual for thousands across the City Region, The Women s Organisation is offering entrepreneurs and SMEs a vital lifeline through its programme of online and virtual business advice, training, and webinars.


The Womens Organisation steps up support for female entrepreneurs in lockdown