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Sports clubs boost as My Club Energy offers ‘£500 cash guarantee’ to beat renewal quotes

Authored by News Desk

Unique sports tech company MyClubGroup ( www.MyClubGroup.com ) has announced the launch of My Club Energy, designed to create a revenue stream for sports clubs.

My Club Group is the support network for grassroots sport, delivering customised money-generating online services to a wide range of clubs and organisations, offering an affiliate solution to over 100,000-plus sports clubs...

Devon Freemasons give £25,000 support to local charities and organisations

Authored by Mary

Every Spring and Autumn Freemasons from all around Devon meet to support local organisations and charities who are require financial assistance, amongst those included are Schools, Youth Centres and locally based charities including Hospices, Hospital Services and Cancer Charities. This year sadly, due to the Coronavirus pandemic we are unable to meet in the usual manner to distribute the...

Local Support Fund for people in financial difficulties as a result of COVID-19

Authored by Mary

Devon County Council have made available £1 million of funding for Devon Local Authorities to help those who are affected by Coronavirus and who may not be able to access funding or support from elsewhere. The aim of the funding is to address the economic vulnerability and financial hardship being felt and to help rebuild the financial resilience of those affected.

The main focus of...

NSPCC fundraising colleagues take on 2.6 Challenge to help safeguard children

Authored by Mary

NSPCC fundraising colleagues in the South West of England will be taking on their own challenge as part of the 2.6 Challenge that’s being launched this Sunday to help charities raise money at a time when funding has dropped significantly.

The NSPCC, which relies on public support for 90% of its income, would have had 500 supporters taking on the 40thLondon Marathon this Sunday,...

South Hams school children raise more than £2,000 for NSPCC with Rock Star fundraiser

Authored by Mary

Primary school children from the South Hams have raised more than £2,000 for the NSPCC by taking part in a special rock star themed fundraising event.

Woodlands Park Primary School in Ivybridge arranged the fundraiser for the children’s charity following a visit by the NSPCC’s Schools Service team, which delivered its ‘Speak out. Stay safe’ programme to the children.

The...

Hoburne Devon Bay raises thousands for RNLI

Authored by Mary

Hoburne Devon Bay in Paignton has presented the RNLI with a cheque for more than £10,000.

The team at Hoburne Devon Bay chose the RNLI as its nominated charity for 2019 and initially pledged to raise £5,000.

Throughout last year, employees, holiday homeowners and holidaymakers staying at the Devon-based park all helped to raise thousands with numerous fundraisers and charity...

Up to £20,000 in funding available for local projects

Authored by Mary

Local charities and good causes are being encouraged to apply for funding of over £3 million that has been raised by the players of People’s Postcode Lottery.

Applications are open from 21st January until 4th February, and a whole host of good causes from voluntary groups to community interest companies, as well as registered charities can apply for grants between £500 up to £20,000...

Social enterprises in Plymouth invited to apply for funds

Authored by News Desk

Social enterprises across Plymouth are being invited to apply for a share of a £300,000 pot of loans and grants to help their business flourish.

Plymouth City Council is launching another round of its innovative Social Enterprise Investment Fund and the successful bidders will be able to join a growing rank of organisations who have received capital investment to turn cracking ideas...

Over £2.3m allocated to key projects to help city flourish

Authored by News Desk

Over £2,300,000 of developer contributions are to be allocated to a number of projects designed to help the city grow and flourish.

A number of delegated decisions have been signed off this week following a meeting of the Council’s Capital Investment Board – which meets every month to allocate capital funding or authorise more detailed work to various projects.

As a result the...

Lunch club members raise funds for Gold Dust Appeal

Authored by Sarah Parker

A big thank you to Newton Ferrers Tuesday Lunch Club whose members have donated £473.60 to Derriford Hospital's Gold Dust Appeal.

The club holds a monthly luncheon – in Newton Ferrers WI Hall - with a guest speaker and donates lunch money to smaller, local charities.

The last three months have been in aid of Gold Dust. This week Emma Cronin, Gold Dust fundraiser, was the guest...

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