Jan 27, 2019 11:00 AM

The Charity Shop Hop: Visit all the hotspots you can cram into a couple of hours, scouring the four corners of London. Charity shopping is like going on a blind date… without the cringe factor. There is love at first sight, hideous misfires (always try it on), and rampant butterflies when another shopper simultaneously dives for that rare record. Charity shopping also deserves generous feel good points. Not only are you helping to support worthwhile causes, you’re keeping unwanted possessions out of landfills. Each area of London has it’s specialty. Some neighbourhoods are a dead cert for pristine vintage and designer labels, others for collectible records and magazines, or fabrics and haberdashery and some areas are just great for grabbing real steals and bargains. Your guide, Sanna, knows where to look. She’s spent years hunting for props and wardrobe for photo-shoots and adverts, and she’s now leading monthly insider expeditions to all the hot spots you can cram into a morning or afternoon. Starting with 3 of her favourite routes, Sanna will be taking you through either Hackney, Hampstead and South Kensington and their neighbouring areas. Check the times and dates for each specific area, and brand new routes will be added soon. This booking is for Hampstead, North West London. Please note: The map shown is to give a rough location only. Once you have booked your place you will receive the exact meeting point and you will also be given a map on the day to make notes of your favourite spots along the way! There may be a bus or short train journey from the start point, which is not included, there will also be a snack break at one of the many cafes on the route. To keep costs reasonable, food and drink is not included in the ticket price.

Jan 25, 2019 2:00 PM

The Charity Shop Hop: Visit all the hotspots you can cram into a couple of hours, scouring the four corners of London. Charity shopping is like going on a blind date… without the cringe factor. There is love at first sight, hideous misfires (always try it on), and rampant butterflies when another shopper simultaneously dives for that rare record. Charity shopping also deserves generous feel good points. Not only are you helping to support worthwhile causes, you’re keeping unwanted possessions out of landfills. Each area of London has it’s specialty. Some neighbourhoods are a dead cert for pristine vintage and designer labels, others for collectible records and magazines, or fabrics and haberdashery and some areas are just great for grabbing real steals and bargains. Your guide, Sanna, knows where to look. She’s spent years hunting for props and wardrobe for photo-shoots and adverts, and she’s now leading monthly insider expeditions to all the hot spots you can cram into a morning or afternoon. Starting with 3 of her favourite routes, Sanna will be taking you through either Hackney, Hampstead and Kensington and their neighbouring areas. Check the times and dates for each specific area, and brand new routes will be added soon. This booking is for Kensington, Central London. Please note: The map shown is to give a rough location only. Once you have booked your place you will receive the exact meeting point and you will also be given a map on the day to make notes of your favourite spots along the way! There may be a bus or short train journey from the start point, which is not included, there will also be a snack break at one of the many cafes on the route. To keep costs reasonable, food and drink is not included in the ticket price.

Jan 26, 2019 10:00 AM

The Charity Shop Hop: Visit all the hotspots you can cram into a couple of hours, scouring the four corners of London. Charity shopping is like going on a blind date… without the cringe factor. There is love at first sight, hideous misfires (always try it on), and rampant butterflies when another shopper simultaneously dives for that rare record. Charity shopping also deserves generous feel good points. Not only are you helping to support worthwhile causes, you’re keeping unwanted possessions out of landfills. Each area of London has it’s specialty. Some neighbourhoods are a dead cert for pristine vintage and designer labels, others for collectible records and magazines, or fabrics and haberdashery and some areas are just great for grabbing real steals and bargains. Your guide, Sanna, knows where to look. She’s spent years hunting for props and wardrobe for photo-shoots and adverts, and she’s now leading monthly insider expeditions to all the hot spots you can cram into a morning or afternoon. Starting with 3 of her favourite routes, Sanna will be taking you through either Hackney, Hampstead and South Kensington and their neighbouring areas. Check the times and dates for each specific area, and brand new routes will be added soon. This booking is for Hackney, East London. Please note: The map shown is to give a rough location only. Once you have booked your place you will receive the exact meeting point and you will also be given a map on the day to make notes of your favourite spots along the way! There may be a bus or short train journey from the start point, which is not included, there will also be chance to grab a snack or coffee at one of the many cafes on the route. To keep costs reasonable, food and drink is not included in the ticket price.

Aug 04, 2019 9:00 AM

Grab a guaranteed charity place in the UK's largest closed road cycling event! Starting at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, you’ll ride through the capital’s closed roads into the beautiful Surrey countryside and finish on The Mall. Use your pedal power to help us ensure blind children in the UK live a life without limits. *Get your guaranteed place for just £30 throughout November* Date: 04/08/2019Distance: 100 milesLocation: LondonNovember registration fee: £30 (usually £50)Fundraising target: £450 Why cycle for the Royal Society for Blind Children? The money you raise will ensure that our Family Support Service can help parents understand and cope with their child's sight loss, and support them to live beyond it. Why else? As well as a fantastic cause, you'll also receive: A dedicated account manager to support you through your training and fundraising. Your own RSBC cycling jersey. Support from our RSBC cheer points on the day! A Post-Race champagne picnic to celebrate your achievement! General Enquiries & Vision Impaired Cyclists If you are vision impaired and would like to take part or for any general enquiries, please call us on 020 3198 0225 or email us at [email protected]

Dec 21, 2018 7:00 PM

The  Jolly Gardener in conjunction with The Alzheimer’s Society is hosting a Christmas Fundraiser to raise money & awareness in how to cope and help with those suffering with Dementia. Show your support by joining us for what will be not only a fantastic night and great way to start your Christmas but will be an extremly informative and rewarding evening.  Thanks to our sponsors contribitions we've been able to orgnaise a night that's crammed with entertianment for you, this is going to be a night you wont want to miss! What you can expect: A warm winter’s welcome from internationally acclaimed singer Paul Roberts with Christmas hits and classics from the Rat Pack and Bublé Christmas Hog Roast/Street Food (included in ticket price) Alzheimer’s Society ‘Fight the cause’  (15 minute presentation) Celebrity Auction: Paul Roberts (Lead singer of the Stranglers) kicks off the auction with assistance from a few more familiar faces! Prizes include VIP experiences to Premiership football, Magic Mike, Six Nations, Take That, The Eagles, The Ashes, Disney on Ice, A meal for 2 at the Hinds Head, Full Wall Mural, Eric Clapton, Michael Bublé, Golf Day, Exclusive Pinewood Studios experience, signed memorabilia and more! Christmas Cocktail menu ‘Say Cheese’! The Maidenhead Advertiser will be popping in to capture a group photo from the night Santa’s elves will be on hand with charity games ‘Pick a Present’ & ‘Naughty or Nice’ Table Magic from our mind boggling local youngester  Prize for the Jolliest Christmas jumper! Live music from the extremely talented singer songwriter Luke May Local resident 'DJ Mark' wrapping up the night with his Christmas list Tickets are £25 per person* when purchased in advance - Please ensure you provide your address and/or e-mail details.  Tickets will be sent to you and please remember to bring on the night.   Raffle tickets, merchandise and auctions will be cash only   *online booking fee applies  Dementia is the biggest health threat facing society today and there are currently no effective treatments to slow, prevent or cure it. Today almost one million people in the UK are living with a form of dementia, the most common one being Alzheimer’s disease. Sadly, one in three of us will be affected by dementia in some way. Today, 50 million people are living with dementia across the world. Too often they struggle alone, feeling as though their world has been turned upside down and often facing prejudice or misunderstanding. But no more. A revolution is growing – on the streets and in the laboratories. Scientists are gaining on dementia, pioneering breakthroughs and transforming lives. It is time to bring dementia out of the shadows and set things straight. As Charity of the Year for the 2019 Virgin Money London Marathon, Alzheimer’s Society and Alzheimer’s Research UK are joining forces for a year-long campaign to power groundbreaking dementia research, overthrow old attitudes and lead the charge towards a cure. Please show you support by joining us for what should be a fantastic evening.  * COSTA GIveaway T&C's - 4 x £4.00 coupons available picked at random from all those that have liked or shared the Jolly Christmas Facebook page between the 1st -20th November.  Winners will be notified by Facebook DM.  Promotion is subject to reaching a minimum of 100 likes before the 20th November 

Nov 06, 2019 9:00 AM

Getting the best deal for VAT and Gift Aid may help you to increase your fundraising income. This session will look at practical aspects of managing the tax and VAT aspects of events and other fundraising methods such as membership schemes. Programme: 09.00                Registration – tea and coffee..........................................................................................09.30                IntroductionIntroductions and what we will cover this morning...........................................................................................09.35                Gift Aid basicsWhen Gift Aid can be used and the basics..........................................................................................10.15                Fundraising eventsWhen events qualify and when the exemption covers, London Marathon and challenge events – VAT and Gift Aid..........................................................................................10.45                Break for refreshments..........................................................................................11.00                Corporate supportSponsorship, cause related marketing, donations and gifts in kind..........................................................................................11.15                MembershipDifferent types of membership and the possibilities for Gift Aid and VAT..........................................................................................11.45               Case studiesExamples of some fundraising situations..........................................................................................12.15               QuestionsAnd advice on handling HMRC Gift Aid audits..........................................................................................12.30               Summary and close Sayer Vincent training seminars are specifically tailored to support the development of finance teams working in charities, social enterprises and not-for-profit organisations.  IMPORTANT IMFORMATION – please read carefully●  Training seminars are FREE for all Sayer Vincent clients (unless otherwise stated). ●  Non-client organisations must pay a fee of £75+VAT for half day seminars and £150+VAT for full day seminars.●  Registering for an event does not confirm your place – we will confirm your place by email and request payment where applicable. ●  Please read our event terms and conditions before completing your registration.

Dec 07, 2019 6:30 PM

Join us for the Premier Property Christmas Charity Ball! A chance for you to network with fantastic people, hear what people have achieved over the past year, and be in an enjoyable and relaxed environment. At this black tie event, you will meet some of the most respected people in property and business industry. All profits from this event will go to a charity, that will be finalised by a poll.  There will also be a silent auction, and chances for you to win an award as part of the award ceremony.  Your ticket includes: - A beautifully prepared 3 course meal- A complimentary glass of wine with your meal- A night filled with entertainment - Dancing all night- A chance for you to win an Award. Register your place now. What happened at the Premier Property Christmas Charity Ball 2018? You’ve helped 107 homeless people this Christmas because of this. Thank you.   This night marked the 2nd annual Premier Property Christmas Charity Ball (it SOLD OUT), and with over 120+ active property investors, property developers and property professionals in attendance it was a night to remember.   This year Premier Property partnered with Lolas Homeless, a community group who have been tackling the housing crisis in Newham, a borough where 1 in 25 people are currently homeless.   Next year, The Premier Property Christmas Charity Ball 2018 is going to be even BIGGER; more people, more successes, and more money raised for a fantastic cause.   We have already confirmed a date for you, Saturday 8th December 2018, and you can register your tickets right now. So go ahead, and book your place right now è   The Premier Property Christmas Ball 2018 took place in a beautiful 5 Star Venue, right in the heart of Central London. People were greeted with a glass of complimentary wine/sparkling/soft drink of their choice, followed by a portrait picture taken by a professional photographer.   We then had food served to our tables, prepared by an amazing chef, 3 courses of delicious, mouth-watering, and flavour packed cuisine, catered for all different types of dietary requirements.   Between the courses there were speeches. Founder of Premier Property and active property investor and developer Kam Dovedi gave a moving founders speech. Talking about challenges in the UK Property market, and how we have overcome them in the Premier Property community, talking about why we are at the Premier Property Christmas Charity Ball 2018, and how it is a night for you to enjoy and celebrate your successes. Kam raised his glass for a toast at the end of his speech, and watching over 120 people raise their glasses to join him, was a truly beautiful and touching experience.   Kam Dovedi then gave awards out to people in the Premier Property community who achieved fantastic results in 2018, 6 awards and 6 worthy winners. People from as young as 23 years old, working 14-16 hours a day, and successfully buying property using the systems shared at Premier Property, to a property professional who has broken the norm of just making property investors richer from the services they provide (like surveyors, architects, and solicitors do) and are now buying property for themselves too (by using none of their own money), to a dynamic couple who since joining Premier Property have gone on to buy 3 properties in just 5 months. This is why people love to be in the Premier Property environment, there is so much enthusiasm, so many successes and factual results, and there is so much inspiration which drives people in the Premier Property community forward.   Following Kam, we then had a raffle, and our sponsors really went all out with their gifts. In fact, one sponsor sent in a case of champagne worth almost £600.   Following the 3 fine-dining courses, we all travelled to the dance floor for our B-I-G group photo, in hindsight, moving over 120 people to the dance floor… well you can guess took a bit of time. But once we were all there, we took a M-A-S-S-I-V-E group photo, to which the DJ then started his evening.   Now, seeing property people let their hair down, and really enjoy themselves on the dance floor is an amazing sight. It just shows you how relaxed people feel in the Premier Property community.   A fantastic evening, filled with enjoyment for all who attended, going to a noble cause, and we look forward to making it even bigger and better for the Premier Property Christmas Charity Ball 2018.   Save the date; Saturday 7th December, you can register your place right now here and we look forward to welcoming you to the Premier Property Christmas Charity Ball 2019

Dec 11, 2018 7:00 PM

Get into the Christmas spirit this holiday season, in support of a really special cause, listening to old favourites with live performances from the Portobello Live Choir, West End Kids and Alex Gibson Music. This Christmas The Honeypot are holding a night of musical entertainment and carols at the beautiful Actors’ Church (St Paul's) in Covent Garden on Tuesday 11th December at 7pm, with complimentary mulled wine and mince pies following the concert. This Christmas, The Honeypot are delivering hundreds of presents to young carers and vulnerable children, some as young as 5 years old. Many of our children will still be caring over the holidays, and some won’t receive any presents at all. Please buy a ticket to support our young carers at this special time of year          Get tickets here: https://www.honeypot.org.uk/event/honeypot-christmas-carol-concert-2018-london/                         Doors open at 18:30 with the concert starting at 19:00  Complimentary mulled wine and mince pies will follow the concert Tickets are £15 for Adults and £12 for Children (under-12) Tuesday 11 December St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden, WC2E 9ED

Jan 12, 2019 2:00 PM

Join me at Barry's Bootcamp to sweat for a fantastic cause. Saturday, January 11th @2 PM at Barry's DC. Admission: $40 per person for the 55 minute class. All proceeds from class will be donated to Back on My Feet. I am raising money for BOMF in order to run the London Marathon in April. Can't take class? You're welcome to donate on my fundraising page by click HERE.  More about Back on My Feet: Back on My Feet seeks to revolutionize the way society approaches homelessness. Our unique model demonstrates that if you first restore confidence, strength and self-esteem, individuals are better equipped to tackle the road ahead. For all in need, we aim to provide: practical training and employment resources for achieving independence; an environment that promotes accountability; and a community that offers compassion and hope. For all with the capacity to serve – volunteers, donors, community and corporate partners – we seek to engage you in the profound experience of empowering individuals to achieve what once seemed impossible through the seemingly simple act of putting one foot in front of the other. New to Barry's? Here's what you can expect! Barry’s is the original high-intensity workout. It burns up to 1,000 calories in one class, tones muscle, maximizes fat loss, and increase your metabolism, so you actually burn calories even after class is over. You will spend half of the 60 minutes running on our Woodway treadmills and the other half doing strength training using free weights, resistance bands, and sandballs. We promise you will be sore..and have a ton of fun! If Saturday's class will be your first time in the Red Room, create your account here.

Feb 14, 2019 10:00 AM

Are you a charity, voluntary or a community group working in Bournemouth? We are here to help you. Need support with your digital and social media marketing? Digital is changing all our lives and digital technology, and social media especially are seen as powerful new tools for charities to gain attention and promote their cause. Charities can reach a much bigger audience more quickly, more widely and in a more scalable way. GetSet East Dorset is partnering with Bournemouth CVS to offer a Digital Marketing and Social Media Clinic to communication and marketing managers to talk through the free marketing training and support on offer through the Dorset Growth Program: Customer Profile - who are your customers? Volunteers, stakeholders, donors, funders? Branding - does your branding truly represent your organisation? Content Marketing Strategy - what content are you creating for each customer? Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn training - get the most from these social media platforms to deliver your content to each customer.  Search Engine Optimisation - understand the world of SEO to further your reach. Book yourself in for an initial meeting with Sarah Veakins, GetSet Marketing Advisor, to talk through your marketing strategy and build a bespoke plan of action. Please take a look at how we have supported Faithworks Wessex: FAITHWORKS – HELP AND HOPE FOR THOSE IN NEED Any questions, please contact us on 0800 756 0811 or [email protected] PLEASE READ: This free workshop is for established community organisations who are registered so please bring proof of your charity registration number. About the European Regional Development Fund:The Dorset Business Growth Project is funded by the England European Regional Development Fund as part of the European Structural and Investment Funds Growth Programme 2014-2020. The Department for Communities and Local Government (and in London the intermediate body Greater London Authority) is the Managing Authority for European Regional Development Fund. Established by the European Union, the European Regional Development Fund helps local areas stimulate their economic development by investing in projects which will support innovation, businesses, create jobs and local community regenerations. For more information visit https://www.gov.uk/european-growth-funding

Mar 21, 2019 8:30 AM

In-house Recruitment at its best On the 21st March 2019, the hugely successful London In-house Recruitment Conference will visit the De Vere Grand Connaught Rooms in London. In this ultimate learning & development day, In-house Recruiters will be able to witness complete unique case-study presentations, as well as benefit from our intimate roundtable discussions with industry peers. Topics include: Some of our speakers include:  More speakers to be announced soon... WEBSITE LINK Why Attend Learn from awarding-winning brands Enjoy completely unique live case studies and explanation presented live by the award-winning corporate companies themselves. Intimate roundtable discussions Discuss, share and collaborate on thekey and burning topics with industry peers from world-class brands. Receive all HD videos of the presentations Forget scribbling notes down and trying to remember the golden nuggets of information. Sit back and let us send you full HD videos of all the presentations. Receive all whitepapers Professionally curated whitepapers from roundtable discussions and speaker presentations of all categories. Whitepapers will be presented to you in electronic and hard copy formats. What's included in your ticket ✓ Access all award-winning corporate presentations ✓ Take part in all round table sessions ✓ Receive all HD learning videos ✓ Receive all professionally curated whitepapers ✓ Energetic brain food, including, breakfast, lunch & snacks throughout the day ✓ Access to post-conference drinks reception Tickets are limited so don't delay, register now!    Questions? If you have any questions about this conference, we would love to hear from you. 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Feb 28, 2019 6:30 PM

The ICG Foundation is hosting a charity dinner to raise vital funds at NatWest, 250 Bishopsgate, in the City of London on Thursday 28th February 2019. The evening includes a sparkling reception, three-course meal, guest speaker, charity auction and welcomes entrepreneurs and business leaders from a variety of sectors. This year, we will be joined by Olympic champion, Greg Searle.  Greg Searle MBE Greg Searle MBE won Olympic Gold rowing with his brother at the Barcelona Games in 1992. He came out of retirement at the age of 40 to win Bronze at London 2012. In 2001, when Searle retired from rowing, the first time, he took up sailing and competed as part of the GBR Challenge for the America’s Cup in New Zealand. Greg has always had a professional career alongside his sport. Originally trained as a Chartered Surveyor he joined Lane4 Management Group in 1997 and worked as a consultant for 20 years. He now works as a consultant with senior management at blue chip companies and is an accredited executive coach. Greg works with various organisations and is retained as a lecturer at SAID Business School. He also works at Keys Business Concierge as Chief Innovation Officer. Keys is a good fit with Greg's other work which is all focused on helping teams and individuals to be as successful as Team GB. Greg stays connected to rowing as a commentator and a Steward at Henley Royal Regatta. Timings: 18:30: Drinks Reception19.30: Keynote Speaker - Greg Searle 20:00: 3 Course Dinner21:30: Live Auction23.30: Carriages Dress code:  Black tie