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Queen Elizabeth II

A message for our Chief Executive Officer Here at the Charities Buying Group we would like to take a moment to pay tribute to Queen Elizabeth II. Her Majesty was someone who was special to so many people, a symbol…

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Fundraising for Crohn’s & Colitis UK

24-year-old teacher raises money for charity that supports people living with Crohn's or Colitis disease. Crohn's & Colitis UK, founded in 1979, helps people who either have the disease or know someone with it to break stigma and offer support.…

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Should charities still post blogs?

In short - yes - and here's why It's undeniable that brands, influencers, and even charities (such as The British Heart Foundation) are posting TikTok-style videos to engage with their audience. The videos are fun, informative, and require a shorter…

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A lifetime with The Salvation Army

An organisation to help those that face homelessness, unemployment, and addiction. The Salvation Army, a movement that began in East London in 1865, is a church and charity that helps those in need without discrimination. Active in 130 countries worldwide…

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Sleaford Academical Walking Football Club Victory

Sleaford Academical Walking Football Club win Premier League title The team topped the league by two points on a rain-soaked pitch yesterday at Sincil Bank. The club will head to Leek Town to play in the National League Finals this…

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Volunteers’ Week

Volunteers' week is a time to celebrate people who donate something invaluable to charities - their time. The event happens from the 1-9th June every year to showcase the efforts of volunteers and is celebrated by small grassroots organisations and…

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The Jubilee Get-Together for The Prince’s Trust

The Platinum Jubilee - an opportunity to celebrate and fundraise The Queen's Jubilee is a momentous occasion to celebrate her majesty's 70-year reign. An event that will be celebrated throughout the UK across an extended bank holiday (Thursday 2nd to…

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