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Health cash plan provider Health Shield has raised over £5,000 for The NSPCC by entering 41 people into the North West Triathlon.
Royal London has announced a new fundraising goal of £68,000 for the charity Bloodwise, formerly Leukaemia & Lymphoma Research.
An employee fundraising day at Aviva's sites across the UK for the family bereavement charity Grief Encounter has raised over £5,000.
Staff from Thetford-based Anglia Healthcare will compete at the Hercules Festival of Sport to raise money for Cancer Research UK.
Westfield Health has donated £250,000 to the fundraising appeal to build a new helipad at Sheffield's Northern General Hospital.
Exeter Family Friendly's executive board have raised £2675 for the charity Rainbow Living with a cycle ride.
The Insurance Industry Charitable Foundation (IICF), a USA based non-profit organsiation has launched a London division.
Executives from Exeter Family Friendly will take part in a 72 mile bike ride to raise money for the charity Rainbow Living.
Cirencester Friendly has raised over £1000 for Prostate Cancer and Headway Glocester with a charity day.
Ellipse has announced the latest group of charities to benefit from its ‘You quote, we donate' initiative.
Mutuals Engage Mutual and Family Investments have now rebranded as OneFamily following the completion of a merger announced at the end of 2014.
Patrick McIntosh, a chartered financial planner and director at adviser firm KMG has reached the South Pole on his expedition to raise funds for charities.
St Peter's hospice in Bristol has received a donation of over £10,000 from Jelf Group who raised it in memory of Emma Wygladala.
Following the Winston's Wish presentation at the Cover Forum, we are now happy to announce that the competition to raise funds and awareness for the charity has now been launched.
Ellipse's charity initiative 'You quote, we donate' has chosen its three charities for the remainder of 2014.
Ellipse has launched a new charity initiative where a donation is made to charity for each quote provided.
The government's eligibility for long-term care (LTC) is set too high and will exclude many elderly people who need support; charities have warned.
Engage Mutual has made a minimum of £1m available to members over the next five years as a demonstration of its commitment to mutuality.
Independent Age, the older people's charity, has opened a freephone number for a new advice service.
The independent Board of the Bupa Foundation has decided to close and will wind up the medical research charity financially by the end of the year.
Disability charities are horrified at government plans to cut employment and support allowance (ESA) during appeals.
Charity,Counsel and Care, has backed the newly proposed National Care Service (NCS) believing it presents IFAs "huge opportunities".