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CHARITIES

Thanks to the generosity of our speakers, a number of charities will receive donations as a result of Fundraising Everywhere.

Here are the charities that will benefit this year…

Northamptonshire Domestic Abuse Service

NDAS exists to end the harm done through domestic abuse to all survivors and children. Their work is holistic and empowering, working alongside survivors to achieve independent lives free from abuse.

CAFKA

CAFKA – Contemporary Art Forum Kitchener and Area is a non-profit, artist-run organization that presents a free biennial exhibition of contemporary art in the public spaces of the City of Kitchener and across the Region of Waterloo. CAFKA is a producer, advocate and educator for contemporary public, interactive and interventionist art practices. CAFKA commissions contemporary artists from Ontario, across Canada and abroad, to develop new temporary art projects that can respond to the specific features of the local urban landscape and culture.

The Liam Charity

A Charity fund raising and awareness group (for ChildLine) set up in memory of Liam Hearne who took his own life at the age of just 14.

DASH

DASH stands for ‘Dream of a Safe Haven’, it’s their sole mission to provide a safe haven in their shelter for hundreds of homeless, starving and abused dogs that could die without help and refuge. Their shelter is in Messini in the Peloponnese region of mainland Greece.

Bloody Good Period

Bloody Good Period was started by Gabby Edlin, who decided something needed to be done to create a sustainable flow (pun intended) of menstrual products for those who can’t afford to buy them. What started as a whip-round on Facebook is now a growing enterprise with a vision to end period poverty. We are now partnered with 40 asylum seeker drop-in centres, helping more people to have bloody good periods.

British Red Cross

The British Red Cross helps millions of people in the UK and around the world get the support they need if crisis strikes.

#CharitySoWhite

The #CharitySoWhite campaign raises awareness of institutional racism in the social sector, by creating a platform for those affected by these issues to speak on them.

I CAN

I CAN want a world where all children have the communication skills they need to fulfil their potential. They’re working towards this vision by: Offering practical help for parents who are concerned about their child; Empowering early years and school professionals through training, support and information; Running outreach programmes in the community; and Developing intervention programmes for delivery in over 5,000 nurseries and schools across the UK.