The May 2021 update from BBOWT
Joanna Lumley lends support to summer fundraising campaign of national charity Horatio’s Garden
Florence Nightingale Hospice Charity is asking everyone to set their alarm clocks for 5am on Saturday 10th July and join hundreds of others (virtually) for a dawn walk to raise crucial funds to support the Hospice.
To honour Prince Philip, who passed away last week, the Freemasons have launched a campaign inviting their 200,000 members to raise funds for charities that the Prince dedicated his life to.
Aylesbury-based charity, Youth Concern is inviting young people across Aylesbury Vale to take part in its #nosmileselfie competition which will run for 4 weeks from Friday 9th April 2021.
The father of a 13-year-old lost to a medulloblastoma brain tumour in 2017 has welcomed the news that scientists have found a new way to starve cancerous brain tumour cells of energy in order to prevent further growth.
Chilterns MS Centre appoints Andy Graham as new Chief Executive Officer
Residents are being urged to ‘Clear Out to Help Out’ this spring by donating good quality but unwanted items for resale at two South Bucks Hospice reuse shops.
The winners of the first Buckinghamshire Women in Charity Awards were announced 8 March by local charity Community Impact Bucks during an online award ceremony marking International Women’s Day.
Aylesbury-based charity, Youth Concern, is delighted to announce that the newly appointed High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, George Anson, has chosen Youth Concern as one of the Buckinghamshire charities he has pledged to support in his year in office.