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By Video Arts
NSPCC, the children’s charity, is using 22 new e-learning courses from Video Arts to help its 2,500 staff to work together more effectively - across its head office, regional offices and local service centres - to deliver the right kind of support to...
By NSPCC Peterborough Business Support Group
Strictly Come Dancing winner and Olympic gymnast Louis Smith is set to make a guest appearance at a star-studded charity event in the city.
By NSPCC Peterborough Business Support Group
A FUNDRAISING committee has said a big thank you to the hundreds of people who supported its events last year, helping to raise an impressive £40,000 to help local children.
By Alcomet Limited
Kingswinford (West Midlands) business man, Gary James has recently completed a physical challenge which involved a punishing 500 kilometre bike ride through Central America to raise money for the NSPCC.
By Badges Plus Limited
Birmingham-based Badges Plus, the UK’s largest manufacturer of badges, has won a significant new contract to supply badges and flags to children’s charity the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).
By SiteVisibility
After its latest round of charity fundraising for NSPCC, SiteVisibility continues to demonstrate its commitment to good causes.
By CIR Strategy & NSPCC
Fund raising challenge kicks off 10 year anniversary celebrations for CIR Strategy
By 3 Colours Rule
Saturday 29th January 2011 was not like any other Saturday for 10 fabulous and courageous women who enjoyed being pampered and styled like models. The show acknowledged the achievements of these women and raised funds for children's charity 'NSPCC'.
By 3 Colours Rule
3 Colours Rule, the style consultancy with a life coaching approach presents: The Style me Happy Fashion Show! The show is aimed at giving something back to women who have faced difficult times in their lives but are now leading a more positive life.
By Duncan Robb
The Spirit of Christmas is alive and well according to the UK's biggest free cashback website. Top Cashback members charity donations have risen by 93% in the past year which is proportional to the money earned by TopCashBack members themselves.
By 3 Colours Rule
3 Colours Rule, the style consultancy with a life coaching approach, is working in aid of NSPCC and presents the Style me Happy Fashion Show to be held on Saturday 29th January 2011 in London.
By Hannah Green, Quidco
Cashback and voucher code site, Quidco, will be supporting children’s charity, the NSPCC, this Christmas by donating £1 to the charity every time a member registers with its in-store cashback service and makes a purchase.
By Suzanne Ostler
Sponsorship money poured in for Peterborough PR and marketing agency Media Matters’ charity walk. And staff poured it straight back out of their boots into the hands of the NSPCC’s Peterborough Business Support Group
By Suzanne Ostler
Twenty-four teams pitted their musical knowledge against each other at the sixth annual quiz night, in aid of the Peterborough Business Support Group of the NSPCC.
By Suzanne Ostler
A hog roast and ‘liquid refreshments’ at the ninth hole helped boost morale – and the total raised for charity - at Toft Golf Club’s Captains Day.
By Media Matters
Despite tricky terrain, fields of livestock, a ford and several large hills, staff at pr and marketing agency Media Matters completed their latest charity challenge – and hit their fundraising target too.
By Suzanne Ostler
The Charity Spring Ball hosted by the Peterborough Business Support Group of the NSPCC boasted entertainment to rival anything you’d find on The Strip.
By Morrow Communications
The NSPCC has awarded a five year ICT contract to Northgate Managed Services (Northgate) for the provision of an ICT managed service.
By Melissa Conibear
BrightHouse invests £1 million in new National Service Centre and donates £10,000 to the NSPCC to mark launch
By Grandparents Apart Self Help Group Scotland
We are pointing out that only grandparents can have the insight needed to prevent or detect early child abuse in the home because of their unique relationship with their own family.
By Grandparents Apart Self Help Group Scotland
Grandparents having legal right of contact with their grandchildren can be a very effective force in detecting child abuse a lot earlier. Other agencies can only know after the abuse and the child is badly damaged.

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