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Virgin Money Giving was created as a not-for-profit business by Virgin Money.

Why?

Well, Virgin Money’s ambition as a business is to make everyone better off. That means looking for ways of doing things that benefit customers, staff, shareholders, business partners and the community.

 

It’s about looking for the win:win, trying to do things that are good for business and good for someone else at the same time.

How?

The idea to launch Virgin Money Giving came as a result of Virgin Money’s sponsorship of the London Marathon. Having taken a look at how runners raise money, it became clear there was a better way of doing things. One that would help people involved in all sorts of fundraising activities – and make everyone better off.

So how does Virgin Money Giving make everyone better off? Well…

  • Fundraisers and donors can be 100% confident that the company they’re dealing with isn’t making a profit on their donation and that more of their hard-earned cash is going to the cause they’re passionate about.
  • Charities get to know they’re paying the lowest fees Virgin Money Giving is able to offer (because the business isn’t run for profit) and that they’re given the tools and information that means they can run more effective fundraising campaigns.
  • And Virgin Money, who have invested millions of pounds in getting the website up and running, benefits because more people know a little bit about them and what they do – something that never does any harm in business.

Use Virgin Money Giving NOW!! to donate to us thru our fundraising page

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    Trethowans Sponsors Local Charity Evening

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    James Gleisner, Paralegal in the Personal Injury team in Southampton, sits as a Trustee on the Board of the Wayne Howard Trust, a brain injury charity.

    On Saturday 21 January 2017, the Wayne Howard Trust held a charity salsa evening at the Solent University Sports facility on Wide Lane.  As the trust is one of the Mayor of Southampton’s charities of the year for 2016-2017, she was also in attendance at the evening. Trethowans donated the security cost for the evening (the only overhead of the event which had not been donated), meaning that 100% of the money raised went to the charity, as well as also donating a bottle of bubbly for the raffle. James comments, “The donation made for the cost of the security, as well as all the facilities and entertainment, was fantastic and meant that all funds raised could be put to good use. The Wayne Howard Trust is a fantastic local charity that are trying to work towards a goal of ensuring that any person that has suffered a brain injury gets the right follow up care to ensure that they can still thrive and live life to their full potential”. Picture from left to right: Cathie McEwing (Mayor of Southampton), James Gleisner (Paralegal at Trethowans and Trustee of the Wayne Howard Trust), Isobel Howard (founder of the Wayne Howard Trust) For more information about the Wayne Howard Trust please click"

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