by grg250
Visitor

Charitable giving

Hi, I am a volunteer for a local charity -

Home-Start Watford, Three Rivers & Hertsmere (https://home-startwatford.org.uk)  is a local charity that supports families with young children who are experiencing challenges, such as physical or mental health issues, social isolation, or multiple births.  
 
We do this by training a network of volunteers, all with parenting experience, who provide practical support and friendship in the family home, when people most need it. We also offer play and development sessions for families to attend with their children, and a counselling service for parents.  Children are at the heart of everything we do.  We believe that when we support parents through their struggles, we enable the whole family to develop and thrive.  
 
 
I am an EE customer and have been so for a long time!  I was wondering if you have a charitable giving programme that we might be able to apply to?  If so could you please give me some information on what the funding priorities are and how we might apply?  
 
Thank you
 
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by Grand Master
Grand Master

Re: Charitable giving

There are sites specialising in this purpose, e.g.:

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Re: Charitable giving

Hi @grg250 

 

Welcome to the community and thanks for getting in touch. 🙂

 

I've sent you a private message looking for some more information from you.

 

Thanks

 

Chris

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