Here at EV. we love working with charities – having helped plan the Harry Moseley 2013 Ball, doing the PR for Ladies Fighting Breast Cancer and helping out with SIFA Fireside in Digbeth. It’s important that businesses, and their employees, help local causes because without volunteers and fundraisers, they wouldn’t be able to do the brilliant job they all do. If there was ever a company that lived by that, it’s Cadbury, who continue to care about the communities in which they operate.
With that in mind, we were excited to hear that the CAW (Creatives at Work) Foundation has opened its doors to charities and good causes that are looking for financial support for projects and work with young people and deprived communities.
Next month, CAW will offer grants of £500 to around six organisations/causes that can demonstrate that they are using artistic, cultural, sporting or social change methods when working with young people in changing and benefiting their future lives.
Does this sound like something for you? Find out more and download an application form.
the CAW Foundation was founded in 2012 and has, since then, been finding its feet as a new fundraising organisation. They’ve done some great things already, including teaming up with OnePiece to launch #OnePiece2Work, which even had the support of 1D.
Find out more about CAW and how you and your charities, projects, initiatives and causes could benefit.