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Find and donate directly to hundreds of local charitable projects that are close to your heart or support friends and relatives in their fundraising activities.

How The Good Exchange has helped charitable causes

How The Good Exchange has helped charitable causes

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Blog – The Good Exchange reports back from the 2018 NCVO Conference

April 18, 2018
Type: Blog
The National Council for Voluntary Organisations’ (NCVO) Annual Conference took place in central London this Monday. We were delighted to be selected as the event’s official digital partner for 2018, and the speakers confirmed that while technology has transformed the private sector, the third sector has been slow to evolve thus far. Those responsible for managing charitable funding must now embrace digital to take advantage of efficiently gains, greater transparency and collaboration, which will help to foster public trust and ensure the sector is actively tackling the issues of the day at both a local and national level.

Featured Projects

The Berin Centre run by Employment Action Group

26% raised of £125,400 target

Following the withdrawal of County Council funding, Employment Action Group, a charity established in Berinsfield for over 30 years, has launched a combined service delivered from The Berin Centre. Daily support for children and their families has been added to the original service of employment support to people in the wider South Oxfordshire area.

Funds are required to support, develop and sustain the core costs required to run the centre.

See Project Details

Donate to The Berin Centre’s Running Costs

Twinkle House

0% raised of £38,548 target

Lancashire County Council estimates that 15,025 of Lancashire’s 5-16 year olds have mental health disorders. The goal of the “Just Relax” fundraising project is to deliver therapeutic dance, yoga and the specific Relax Kids programs to improve their physical, mental and emotional wellness, resulting in fewer melt-downs, school exclusions, trips to the GP or hospital and an overall happier and less stressful emotional outlook for all participants.

See Project Details       Donate to the Just Relax Project

Brighter Futures (Gt Western Hospital NHS Foundation Trust)

1% raised of £185,653 target

Each year, 450 babies (some weighing less than a bag of sugar and fitting in the palm of your hand), need support at Great Western Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Some are premature, some have had difficult deliveries or have additional concerns about their well-being.  The Brighter Futures Charity for the Great Western Hospitals is fundraising for special care, high dependency and intensive care cots that the existing NHS budget cannot pay for.

See Project Details    

Donate to the Special Care Incubator Project

What is The Good Exchange

A short, 2 minute video that describes The Good Exchange on-line matching platform and how it can bring together charities, local communities, charitable trusts, foundations, businesses, fundraisers and donors.