4 pages tagged with Street collection:

  • Becoming the bee, with Jean Bishop by Alfie Waldron Meet Jean, a 91-year-old with a passion for fundraising, a smile for everyone she meets and a brilliant homemade bee costume.
  • Fundraising in the First World War: fighting the good fight by Tony Charalambides Fundraising and charitable volunteering is a rather under-reported component of Britain’s war effort during the First World Ward, says Tony Charalambides, but it had an enormous impact on its outcome.
  • Fundraising in the First World War: how the fundraising ground force made a difference by Tony Charalambides Asking someone in your immediate vicinity for monetary help is as elementary as fundraising gets. More often than not, it’s as effective as it gets too – which is why it pops up throughout history. Fundraising during the First World War was no different. 
  • RNLI: Britain’s first-ever street collection, 1891 by Carolina Herrera An appalling loss of life in 1886 leads to the invention of a fundraising classic that's still raising millions today. A horrific double tragedy brought about Britain’s first-ever street collection for a charitable cause. It was a significant milestone in the history of voluntary action in the UK and elsewhere.