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SEBO supports Hearing Dogs for Deaf People's summer show

SEBO has donated five super-efficient X1.1 vacuum cleaners to Hearing Dogs for Deaf People. Four are used in the apartments where the dogs are trained while the other was given away in a raffle at the charity's Summer Show.

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Final call: Meet man behind Rocky Horror Show who rescues theatres for a day job

Good afternoon,We're wrapping up the guest list for next Tuesday's fundraiser and book launch at London's Cinema Museum and would love you to join the 70 other guests who have kindly sent an RSVP. The

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LINCOLN CHILDREN'S CHOIR STAND UP TO CANCER

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#KidashaRunstheWorld fundraising campaign gets underway

 #KidashaRunstheWorld fundraising campaign gets underwayKidasha, the UK-registered charity that that supports severely disadvantaged children living in chronic poverty in Nepal, has launched ‘Kidasha

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INVITE: Meet the man behind Rocky Horror Show who rescues theatres for a day job

An Evening With Laurie Marsh at The Cinema Museum, October 4th, 1800-2030 Invitation to meet and interview Laurie Marsh, one of the UK's most prolific philanthropists, who has dedicated the past 60+

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Good neighbour honoured at housing association AGM

Just 18 months after moving into a new home managed by Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH), 72-year-old Terry Chinchen has been recognised for his contribution to the local community.

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From rags to riches to repulsion to philanthropy:Third sector book news & invite

From Rags To Riches To Repulsion To Philanthropy Leading British Philanthropist Laurie Marsh To Host Book Launch & Fundraiser For The Cinema Museum The Philanthropist's Tale - a life story by La

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RLSB wins the Breakthrough of the Year at the Third Sector Awards 2016

RLSB wins the Third Sector 'Breakthrough of the Year' Award for Wayfindr. Wayfindr was founded to enable blind and partially sighted people to navigate independently using smart technology.

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Leading safety charities back Gate Safety Week - news DHF

Media information September 15, 2016  Leading safety charities back DHF's Gate Safety Week The growing campaign to confine powered gate accidents to the history books has received a significant boost

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Chartwell installs Ingeny home automation system at The Whispers development

Ingeny, a division of Interphone, has teamed up with property developer Chartwell Land & New Homes to install a smart building solution at a new luxury five-bedroom house in Oxted, Surrey

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NATIONAL CHARITY RELOCATES HQ TO WORCESTER

Worcestershire commercial property consultancy GJS Dillon Limited has let 8,500 sq ft of refurbished office accommodation in Worcester to a national charity for its new headquarters.

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Invitation: Launch, Cinema Fundraiser & Q&A With Philanthropist Laurie Marsh

An Invitation: Book Launch, Cinema Museum Fundraiser and Q&A with Philanthropist Laurie Marsh You are invited to join one of the world's most active and successful philanthropists, Laurie Marsh, a

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Allotment project transforming lives as well as disused land

The Mayor of Stone, Cllr Jim Davies, has praised the efforts of volunteers who’ve transformed a disused piece of land into a thriving community allotment with the help of Stafford and Rural Homes (SARH).

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Calling all Birmingham and Sandwell based charities; The King's Head needs you

The King's Head are hoping that in 2017, they can help to spread the word about any charity that would like to be a part of their campaign to give back to their community, as they have been this year.

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Education is the key to the long-term survival of African elephants says charity

Elephants for Africa: Education is the key to the long-term survival of African elephants   Following the release of the Great Elephant Census, Dr Kate Evans, who runs the UK charity and Botswana NGO