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11 Results in category Charity / Fundraising News


Midlands pupils fill their boots for the RNLI

Children from Woodthorne Primary School in Wolverhampton travelled more than 100 miles to find their nearest lifeboat station – and handed over a cheque for £758 to Conwy RNLI. The youngsters from Tettenhall held a fundraiser for the RNLI


E.ON opens its Energising Communities Fund and invites West Midlands charities and community groups

Charities and community groups in the West Midlands are invited to apply for up to £2,000 of funding through the E.ON Energising Communities Fund, available for the second time this year.


West Midlands schools, charities and community groups invited to apply for grants of up to £2,000

Schools, charities and community groups in the West Midlands are invited to apply for up to £2,000 of funding through the E.ON Energising Communities Fund. To be eligible for funding organisations must submit a request which supports activities that


Former Wolves’ Wonder Named Paycare President

A Wolverhampton-based health cash plan provider has announced the appointment of a Molineux legend as its new President. Former Wolves’ goalkeeper Matt Murray has been named President of Paycare, a role which will see him work alongside the organ


150 voices and period orchestra to perform Handel’s Messiah in Worcester Cathedral

One of the best-loved choral works, Handel’s Messiah, is to be performed by the 150-strong Worcester Festival Choral Society at Worcester Cathedral on Saturday 6th December.


Autism Friendly Screenings extended to show films for young adults and older audiences

Films aimed at older people who experience autism and sensory differences are to be screened as part of a popular project run by national social care provider Dimensions. Autism Friendly Screenings for older audiences are being trialed at ten


Hoar Cross Hall Couple Set Up Foundation Fot Twins

Hoar Cross Hall owner Steve and Maggi Joynes have founded the Grace & Jenson Foundation following the tragic loss of their own twins earlier this year at 21 and 24 weeks gestation. The Foundation aims to provide dignity for babies lost through...


Broad Street Community Hall gets makeover

The Broad Street Community Hall in Foleshill has been given a makeover thanks to Willmott Dixon Partnerships and young people participating in the well known Coventry boot camp initiative.


Major Award presented to Birmingham Polio heroine

The British Polio Fellowship took the extraordinary step of presenting the national charity’s most prestigious honour, the Barbara Wood Citizenship Award to Mrs Dawn Clements from Birmingham, in recognition of the role she played in encouraging..


Bravest of the brave are to have their names immortalised in stone

Paving stones will be laid to honour two men who received the country’s highest award for gallantry as part of the commemorations of the centenary of the First World War.

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