Camden Giving Week
13-19 May 2019
Camden Giving Week is back for it’s second year to support small local charities, social enterprises and community groups and tackle poverty and inequality in Camden.
If you are part of a local charity, social enterprise or community group and you want to know how you can access our support, get in touch.
Calling all businesses in Camden! Why not create a special deal for your customers who want to support Camden Giving Week? Create a new product and donate the profits to us, or commit to donating £1 to us every time you sell a certain item.
Interested? Get in touch with Suela, email@example.com
We’ve got everything you need to fundraise from your office, whether you want to bake a cake or give up your flat whites for a week.
Get in touch with Suela by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
If you’d like to use your love of running to raise money for small local charities where your efforts make a real difference, then you’ve come to the right place.
We are securing places on different challenge events and runs, so get in touch to tell us what you are interested in, email@example.com
During Camden Giving Week we are asking 5 businesses to take over a stall at Camden Market and compete to raise the most money.
And we’ve got a little surprise for the winner!
To register your place email firstname.lastname@example.org
We are looking for a generous community-minded business to match the money we raise during Camden Giving Week to help us support more local people.
Here's how it works:
We partner with local businesses and their employees to put on a fun week of events and special offers to raise money for Camden Giving.
We pool the money you raise and use it to provide funding, training and specialist support to small charities in Camden.
We do this because inequality in Camden is growing year on year, a third of children in Camden live in poverty and average life expectancy in the poorest wards is 10 years less than the wealthiest wards. Alongside this local charities face huge funding cuts.
But we know when we all work together we can make Camden a fairer place.