Your nomination of a charity enters them into the first three phases of Movement for Good. With four phases in total, there are three phases offering £1,000 donations, if they don't win the first, they'll be entered into the second and the third. The fourth phase is our opportunity to offer more significant funding where we feel like it can help the most.
All 250 of our £1,000 winners from the first draw in our Movement for Good Awards have now been announced.
All 250 of our £1,000 winners from the second draw in our Movement for Good Awards have now been announced.
In December, we are sharing £120,000 across 120 charities, in 12 days. One draw every working day between 1st – 16th December
We want to make it as easy as humanly possible for you to spread the word about the Movement for Good Awards and your chosen charity. With this in mind we created a number of useful resources such as email and social media templates, which you can send out to friends, family, community and contacts to drum up support for that cause that is dear to your heart.
You have the power to drastically increase the opportunities for your charity to benefit from the Movement for Good, and all you have to do is share it on your social media. Anyone can nominate
People are more likely to bolster you campaign if it's only a button click away. Use our campaign code generator to find your charity and generate the code, links and buttons for you to drop into your emails and webpages. When a recipient clicks on your link, it will auto populate the form, making it easier to support and nominate your charity.
Click on the icons and the templates/graphics will open in a new window. You can save these on your desktop and use them to spread the word and drum up support. To make the most out of your social media posts, ensure you accompany the graphics along with the post templates.
Meet the wonderful team at Hampshire Food Revolution, a charity whose message is ‘no space for waste’. Their mission is to reduce great food ending up in landfill.
Provides meaningful occupation for adults with learning disabilities through gardening and farming programmes.
Our aims are to protect and conserve wildlife and its habitats, to connect local people with the natural world and educate in the principles of conservation and biodiversity.
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