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Jez Allinson, also known as the Running Stormtrooper, has raised over £12,000 (and counting!) for Make-A-Wish this year, by taking on a variety of runs and challenges dressed in a full Stormtrooper outfit! Read more https://www.make-a-wish.org.uk/blog/make-a-wish-stormtrooper
Posted on: 25/05/2017 Categories: Charity News
Age UK research conducted on behalf of the British Gymnastics Foundation has shown how chair-based gymnastic exercise can transform the wellbeing of people living with dementia.
'Dementia-friendly gymnastics' were developed by British Gymnastics Foundation for its Love to Move programmeProgramme is based on state-funded scheme from Korea and Japan Care home staff reported noticeable physical improvements in patients and said they were happier and easier to connect with Age UK offers...
Posted on: 19/05/2017 Categories: Charity News
This weekend both the Conservatives and the Liberal Democrats revealed some of their election pledges ahead of the publication of their manifestos next week.
Yesterday the Liberal Democrats said they would invest an extra £6bn a year in health and social care, paid for through an immediate 1p rise in all rates of income tax. Funding will be ring-fenced and targeted in areas that have greatest impact on patient care such as social care, general practice, mental health and public health.
Posted on: 16/05/2017 Categories: Charity News
We are delighted to announce that this year sees some changes coming to the Payroll Giving Quality Mark Awards which will please many and make these prestigious "Marks" an even bigger and better driving force for employers to maximise the number of their employees who give.
Payroll Giving turned 30 in April, so to celebrate this we are launching a Diamond Payroll Giving Quality Mark Award, available from 2018, to all those companies who have 30% or more employees giving from their pay.
Posted on: 11/05/2017 Categories: Client News
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