Businesses have a responsibility to their communities, to be supportive and at the very least not actively cause harm. Here you will find content relating to businesses being a Force for Good, supporting charities and their local communities.
RINGANA unveils its beauty trends: The 5 active ingredients that are trending in 2023 Let’s start the year by discovering the best tips and tricks to take care of your skin and body and to shine with products from the FRESH range by RINGANA. For this, the vegan and natural cosmetics brand is highlighting 5 […]
Peace On Your Plate release new charity Christmas No.1 attempt featuring a global orchestra & choir for Peace & Unity. I Am One With You is the new single from musical collective Peace On Your Plate, released on 16 Dec 2022. Having reached No.5 in the Amazon Download chart in their last attempt at Christmas […]
One of Scotland’s best-loved personal care and wellbeing brands, ARRAN Sense of Scotland (formerly Arran Aromatics), has announced a new partnership with the Arran Trust. ARRAN recently launched its new Naturals Collection, an environmentally conscious range with wellbeing at its heart, and will be donating 5% of all ARRAN Naturals sales from their Home Farm […]
Care provider urges: “Don’t turn off the heating until you have read this!” A list of sources of help is available on the Walfinch site and on leaflets that Walfinch carers are handing to clients Homecare provider Walfinch is coming to the aid of people threatened by high energy and living costs by […]
One Donation, Twice the Impact For the first time, African Children’s Fund is taking part in The Big Give Christmas Challenge! Every donation made to our special Porridge Clubs page from 29th November – 6th December 2022 will be doubled until we reach our £8,000 target. Kenyan Porridge Clubs School Porridge Clubs in Kenya […]
Carers and support staff from Walfinch Oxfordshire have collectively walked 100,000 steps, in less than one week, raising funds for Age UK Oxfordshire. The walk has raised £200 and a further £300 was donated by Walfinch to bring the total to £500. The team from the homecare business, which provides care to people in […]
How we are helping the poorest in Oxford? At the Agnes Smith Advice Centre in Blackbird Leys, we have provided benefits and debt advice to more than 1400 residents over the last year, keeping people in their homes and helping them keep warm and fed.
We are at the heart of one of the most deprived communities in the UK and people come to us when they don’t know where else to turn.
Roving Chef Justina Bajorinaite at charity Vegetarian for Life (VfL) has been awarded third place at the prestigious National Association of Care Catering (NACC) Care Chef of the Year 2022 competition.
Although affiliated to the national organisation (Headway), Headway Oxfordshire is an independent award winning local charity providing specialist rehabilitation and support services for those affected by acquired brain injury (ABI).