We   are   proud   to   support   the   work   of   a   number   of   chosen   charities   shown   below   as   patron   partners,   all   of   whom   seek   to   develop   social   and   job opportunities, including opportunities for young people and female entrepreneurs. For further information on working with us as a philanthropy partner, please contact us on: philanthropy@conradcapital.co.uk
Leading   Queen’s   Counsel,   wife   of   the   former   British   Prime   Minister and    committed    campaigner    for    women’s    rights,    Cherie    set    up    the Cherie    Blair    Foundation    for    Women    in    2008    to    help    women    build small   and   growing   businesses   in   low   and   middle   income   countries   so that   they   can   contribute   to   their   economies   and   have   a   stronger   voice in their societies.
The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women
In   1984,   famine   in   Ethiopia   left   over   one   million   people   dead   and   a further    eight    million    at    risk    of    starvation.    As    governments    and individuals   concentrated   their   efforts   on   emergency   relief,   a   group   of friends   from   Buckinghamshire   got   together   who   were   determined   to provide   the   long-term   practical   assistance   the   people   of   East   Africa needed to escape the cycle of poverty and rebuild their lives.
Tools For Life - Workaid The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service
When   co-founders   Percy   Barnevik   and   Dr   Kalpana   Sankar   launched Hand   in   Hand   back   in   2003   their   original   goal   was   to   get   children   in India   out   of   factories   and   into   schools.   However,   it   quickly   became apparent   that   in   order   to   fix   the   problem   they   would   have   to   attack the root cause of child labour, namely poverty.
In   1984   the   YMCA   National   Councils   of   England,   Wales,   Scotland   and Ireland    realised    that    they    needed    to    coordinate    their    international humanitarian    relief    efforts    better.    Consequently,    Terry    Waite    CBE, along   with   two   members   of   the   National   Council   of   England,   John Naylor and David Bedford, officially founded Y Care International.
Y Care International London Chamber of Commerce HAND IN HAND  INTERNATIONAL
We   are   proud   to   support   the   work   of   a   number   of   chosen   charities   shown below    as    patron    partners,    all    of    whom    seek    to    develop    social    and    job opportunities,     including     opportunities     for     young     people     and     female entrepreneurs. For    further    information    on    working    with    us    as    a    philanthropy    partner, please contact us on: philanthropy@conradcapital.co.uk
London Chamber of Commerce
Leading   Queen’s   Counsel,   wife   of   the   former   British   Prime   Minister and    committed    campaigner    for    women’s    rights,    Cherie    set    up    the Cherie    Blair    Foundation    for    Women    in    2008    to    help    women    build small   and   growing   businesses   in   low   and   middle   income   countries   so that   they   can   contribute   to   their   economies   and   have   a   stronger   voice in their societies.
The Cherie Blair Foundation for Women
In   1984,   famine   in   Ethiopia   left   over   one   million   people   dead   and   a further    eight    million    at    risk    of    starvation.    As    governments    and individuals   concentrated   their   efforts   on   emergency   relief,   a   group   of friends   from   Buckinghamshire   got   together   who   were   determined   to provide   the   long-term   practical   assistance   the   people   of   East   Africa needed to escape the cycle of poverty and rebuild their lives.
Tools For Life - Workaid The Queen's Award for Voluntary Service
When   co-founders   Percy   Barnevik   and   Dr   Kalpana   Sankar   launched Hand   in   Hand   back   in   2003   their   original   goal   was   to   get   children   in India   out   of   factories   and   into   schools.   However,   it   quickly   became apparent   that   in   order   to   fix   the   problem   they   would   have   to   attack the root cause of child labour, namely poverty.
In   1984   the   YMCA   National   Councils   of   England,   Wales,   Scotland   and Ireland    realised    that    they    needed    to    coordinate    their    international humanitarian    relief    efforts    better.    Consequently,    Terry    Waite    CBE, along   with   two   members   of   the   National   Council   of   England,   John Naylor and David Bedford, officially founded Y Care International.
Y Care International HAND IN HAND  INTERNATIONAL
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