Friends of Zetland Park
The Friends of Zetland Park group was founded in 2012 by Grangemouth residents to promote the enjoyment and management of Zetland Park and to protect the park's heritage for future generations. We wor...Find out more
Bath Area Play Project
Every child has the right to play and we do this across Bath through provision of direct services such as Holiday Playschemes, Community Play Rangers and youth provision as well as support for familie...Find out more
Big Breakfast +
Big Breakfast + (formerly known as Broadgreen Breakfast Club) provides a hot breakfast Monday to Saturday to the homeless in Swindon, operating from a central location easily accessible to users. This...Find out more
To raise funds for our self supporting brass band in the local community. We currently operate three bands. The main band compete nationally at 2nd Section level,and have a varied programme of concert...Find out more
Junction 42 creates community, encourages independence and empowers transformation in lives across the North East of England. Working primarily with those in prison and upon their release as well as t...Find out more
Dance in Devon
We are Devon's dance development agency. We celebrate, enhance and encourage the dance community of Devon by creating opportunities to watch, to perform, to create and to participate in dance. Dance...Find out more
Targeted support for small charity communicators20 Jul 2016
Jess is event planner for CharityComms, the membership network for communications professionals working in UK charities. At CharityComms we recognise that smaller charities face different communications challenges. How can you keep up with developments and trends across different communications ...
4 steps to the perfect charity video12 Jul 2016
Video is a wonderful way of promoting your charity and showing people the work that you do. But it can be a daunting and expensive undertaking, especially for smaller charities. So here are my tips for making really good videos on a budget. Keep it Real The most wonderful advocates ...
What a difference a day makes11 Jul 2016
Joe Burns is the North West regional development manager for Localgiving. Before that he was a corporate fundraiser for a national charity, and worked with firms in the FTSE 100 as well as small family run businesses. Just 24 little hours are all some of our groups need to make a real difference ...
We depend on a steady stream of smaller donations via Localgiving. These donations alone give us the assured income to meet our operational costs. Matched funding, sponsored by both Localgiving and the Community Foundation have further bolstered our funds to allow us to undertake capital improvements to the Shed.