The Hands of Compassion Foundation supports a community school for orphaned and vulnerable children in a shanty compound near Ndola, Zambia and funds free primary education for nearly 400 children, from nursery to Grade 7. By helping with payment for uniforms and fees at a government school, it also sponsors more than 50 older pupils.
Keep checking the Re:locate website for further details about Hands of Compassion and how you can help.
Magpie Dance is a charity that is at the forefront of dance for disabled people aims to unlock individual potential for adults and young people. Based in Bromley, Kent, Magpie Dance works with disabled learning people all across the South East through Participation, Performance and Training programmes in both community and healthcare settings. This will be the third year that Re:locate has supported Magpie Dance.
Keep checking the Re:locate website for further details about Magpie Dance and how you can help.
As part of its 30th anniversary celebrations, and to showcase its new ‘High Fliers’ talent initiative, Magpie Dance will be staging a performance of Flying High at Gulbenkian, University of Kent, Canterbury, 24 March 2015.
We have a list of charities needing your help, and would also be delighted to hear about your corporate social responsibility projects. Let us know if you would like extra help from across the industry.
If you can offer some professional time to a project, whether in education, immigration, law or removals or from a corporate company with expertise, please get in touch. Our charities also welcome donations to their funds.
Find out how to get involved with Re:locate’s CSR projects by checking our charities section and tell us about your own activities for charity via social media.