Bell Fundraising News

Archive: February - 2018

Payroll Giving to the Woodland Trust inspiring our future foresters

Payroll Giving to the Woodland Trust inspiring our future foresters

Posted On: 21/02/18

In an increasingly computerised and technological world, it is important for youngsters to connect with the world around them, and be immersed in their environment through play and exploration, come rain or shine.

Having been a primary school teacher for over 10 years, Jenny Everitt, has seen how modern life can take over; more and more children turn up to class with very little experience of the natural world. Their weekend news is often based around computer games or TV programmes, and much...

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Categories: Make a Difference

Your Payroll Giving Donation to Child Concern Consortium can help support working families.

Your Payroll Giving Donation to Child Concern Consortium can help support working families.

Posted On: 14/02/18

Payroll Giving donations  to the Child Concern Consortium gives you three opportunities to support three great Child focused charities Action for Sick Children, The Fostering Network & Working families.

It's difficult enough to provide for a growing family today and the number of decisions you have to make can be overwhelming. Sarah Jackson on BBC News at Ten talking  highlighted the challenges facing parents today.

If you would like advice and support the Working...

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Categories: Together for Change

Payroll Giving donations supporting Guideposts work on Loneliness the 'silent epidemic'

Payroll Giving donations supporting Guideposts work on Loneliness the 'silent epidemic'

Posted On: 07/02/18

Why are we so lonely?

According to the Red Cross 9 million people in the UK are always or have often felt lonely. This has been called a ‘silent epidemic’ by Rachel Reeves MP. Loneliness can have an extreme physical effect on our body, can increase the risk of death by 30% and can make us more vulnerable to different diseases as our immune system gets weaker. With these striking statistics it is great news that a world first Minister for Loneliness has just been appointed in...

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Categories: Friends at Work