Home-Start South East Dorset defied the difficulties that Covid caused and found 25 businesses to support it during its silver anniversary.
A group of businessmen that has raised £400,000 for charity since 2011 has embarked on its latest fundraiser – and you won’t be able to miss it. The BC Club, based in Bournemouth and Poole, acquired a London black cab and each member will have to drive it for a week, with the aim of raising more than £15,000.
Charities have undoubtedly been hit as hard as any sector by Covid-19, with a devastating loss of funds aligned with an increased demand for their services. They need help now.
Marathon runner Kellie Clark wasn’t going to let the lockdown get in the way of her fundraising for Round Table Children’s Wish so she recreated the London Marathon in her pub garden – dressed as a pint of beer.
Children across Dorset are being asked to help raise money for a cancer charity that has seen its funding slump during the coronavirus crisis. Dorset Cancer Care Foundation (DCCF) gives grants to families who are facing hardship because of cancer – help that is required more than ever at the moment.
Children across Dorset are being asked to help Dorset Cancer Care Foundation (DCCF) in this time of crisis by doing some simple and fun fundraising during their time away from school.
Golfers from Parley Court Golf Club hit the spot when they raised almost £1,500 for Macmillan Caring Locally.
A long-established charity golf day named after the BBC’s ‘voice of golf’ has raised more than £40,000 for disabled youngsters. The 33rd annual Peter Alliss Invitational Charity Golf Day – the longest-running golf charity event in the south – was held at Ferndown Golf Club. Since its inception in 1987 the event has raised more than £1.25 million for the … Read More
One of the largest recruitment businesses in Portsmouth has become a ‘silver’ partner of the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Charity (RNRMC). Wild Recruitment has been working in the town since 2001 and has found employment for hundreds of service veterans.
A Hampshire charity that supports adults and children with neurological conditions from seven counties in central southern England has received a £2,000 donation from the Southampton office of Smith & Williamson following a number of fundraising events. The Rainbow Centre in Fareham was voted for by staff of the local office of Smith & Williamson, the accountancy, investment management and … Read More