During this year’s Small Charity Week from 15th – 20th June, big screens across the country will be featuring messages from small charities.
Small Charity Week aims to raise the profile of small charities across the UK and their work to support their beneficiaries. For the third year the Foundation of Social Improvement (FSI) and seven Big Screens have teamed up to ensure the work of small charities is highlighted to local communities.
Big Screens in Bradford, Bristol, Coventry, Greenwich, Leeds. Swindon and Waltham Forest have all signed up to the initiative.
Pauline Broomhead, CEO of the FSI, the charity behind Small Charity Week said: “With limited resources for marketing, small charities can often find it difficult to shout out about their great work and impact. This is a fantastic opportunity to raise their profile and get their messages heard. We are excited to be working with Big Screens again to provide this valuable free opportunity to small charities across the country”.
To participate small charities (those with a turnover under £1.5 million) simply need to send a 140 character message on their impact to the Small Charity Week team. Full details are available on the Small Charity Week website.
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