Bell Fundraising News

Archive: August - 2018

Supporting Against Breast Cancer as easy as ABC with Payroll Giving

Supporting  Against Breast Cancer as easy as ABC with Payroll Giving

Posted On: 29/08/18

Statistics tell us that one in eight women will receive a breast cancer diagnosis during their lifetime and regrettably for one member of the Against Breast Cancer fundraising team in May 2018 our colleague Allie became that ‘one’. For the past 6 years Allie has given support and advice to fundraisers of all ages.  Read more 

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Categories: Giving for Futures

Child Concern Consortium - The Fostering Network stepping out with Payroll Giving

Child Concern Consortium - The Fostering Network stepping out with Payroll Giving

Posted On: 22/08/18

Who fancies a Wee Wander through Edinburgh for The Fostering Network ? Join #teamTFN @thekiltwalk in Edinburgh 16 September and fundraise to make foster care the very best it can be. Interested? Register here: https://www.thekiltwalk.co.uk/events/edinburgh-2018/

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Categories: Together for Change

Bake a Difference with Muscular Dystrophy UK supported by Payroll Giving

  Bake a Difference with Muscular Dystrophy UK   supported by Payroll Giving

Posted On: 15/08/18

Everyone loves tea, cake and a good natter, right? Well, did you know you can do this and ‘Bake a Difference’ to the lives of more than 70,000 people at the same timewith Muscular Dystrophy UK? We’re calling on all wannabe Mary Berrys to get their bake on between 8 and 14 October to raise vital funds and awareness of muscle-wasting conditions. Meet Chef Sammy and the de Laszlo’s and sign up today to Bake a Difference to make a difference !

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Categories: Make a Difference

Payroll Giving donations to Childlife helping children remain In safe hands

Payroll Giving donations to Childlife  helping children remain  In safe hands

Posted On: 08/08/18

Ten-year-old Isabella has Neuroblastoma, a rare childhood cancer and was diagnosed when she was just three years old.  A whole week of chemotherapy treatment in hospital every month means she then has to spend two weeks recovering at home.

Mum Jennie, says: “For two weeks following the chemotherapy, Isabella can’t do anything. She’s tired, she feels sick. Her white blood cell counts are quite low so she can’t go out and about or to school, in case she catches something which can be...

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Categories: Smile a Minute

Action on Hearing Loss need your stories and your Payroll Giving support!!

Action on Hearing Loss need your stories and your Payroll Giving support!!

Posted On: 01/08/18

Do you have a child with hearing loss? How has it impacted you and your family? We are looking to speak to families affected by hearing loss to share their stories in our Christmas mailing and help raise vital funds into life-changing research.

If you’re interested or want to find out more, please contact Megan at tellusyourstory@hearingloss.org.uk !

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Categories: Friends at Work