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£18 raised for Oxford Children's Hospital

Mon, 17/02/2020 - 4:01pm

Our monthly 'dress down' day raised funds on their behalf.

On the first Monday of each month IS staff can come to the Chapel in their casual clothes in return for a donation of £2 to the charity being supported. Staff can nominate any good cause they feel deserves a bit of extra help. This month we are support Oxford Children's Hospital.

 

This week's featured topic

Tue, 04/02/2020 - 9:36am

Heritage Online home screen 'real estate'

As part of our highly regarded support service we send a weekly hints and tips email to all institutions using Heritage Cirqa. This week we ask our users to consider the 'real estate' of their Heritage Online home screen with some advice on how to remove unnecessary widgets.

 

£20 raised for Salvation Army

Tue, 04/02/2020 - 9:38am

Our monthly 'dress down' day raised funds on their behalf.

On the first Monday of each month IS staff can come to the Chapel in their casual clothes in return for a donation of £2 to the charity being supported. Staff can nominate any good cause they feel deserves a bit of extra help. This month we decided to support the work of the Salvation Army

 

£28 raised for Crisis at Christmas

Mon, 23/12/2019 - 10:28am

Our Christmas jumper day raised funds on their behalf.

 

Christmas Giving 2020 (Part 2!)

Mon, 23/12/2019 - 10:23am

More donations!

We’ve been giving every staff member £200 to spend on charitable causes each Christmas for the last 16 years.

Here is more of what we chose…

We have funded a portable pharmacy in rural Africa and Asia, where access to healthcare hardly exists. This will enable doctors to treat up to 1,500 patients in remote emergency health camps, with pain killers, antibiotics, eye drops, ointments, creams, diuretics, water purification tablets and more. The pharmacy, which would normally cost £4,000, is donated by UK pharmaceutical companies and costs only £400 to assemble and deliver. Naturally, it’s a godsend in war zones, such as Yemen.

We are providing operations that correct cataract, trachoma and other blinding conditions for two children and five adults in Africa and providing medical treatment that will protect 2000 people from River Blindness and Elephantiasis.

We are also providing medicine to de-worm 2000 children in Africa and paying for midwives to attend two births to ensure safe deliveries.

We are really proud that profits from our business here can go to such good causes.

 

Christmas Giving 2020 (Part 3!)

Mon, 23/12/2019 - 10:25am

More news!

For the 16th year running each member of our team gets to spend £200 of company profits on good gifts at Christmas.

We are donating funds to look after four abandoned children in India or Africa for a month and two ‘school mothers’ to help walk girls to school in Africa.

We have supported the ‘Knit for Peace’ project, an initiative of the Charities Advisory Trust. In the Middle East, knitting and crochet bring together different communities, across ethnic and religious boundaries. The plan is to form parallel projects in Jordan and the Palestinian Authority, with local leadership.

We have provided a bike for use in an Indian slum, to help someone get to work or school. We are also helping women in India and South Africa start earning money from craft businesses and form co-operatives to support each other.

We have provided a year’s schooling for two children in Africa and two months of support for an Indian street child in the form of warm meals, learning and mentoring.

We are providing African villagers with 7 solar lamps, which are cleaner and cheaper than the kerosene ones normally used.

 

 
 

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