Greenbank, a charity that focuses on delivering inclusive education, sport and leisure activities to the people in the Liverpool City Region, is very proud to be one of the official partners of UK Charity Week, which takes place 7 – 13 December 2020.
UK Charity Week (#UKCharityWeek) is a media campaign that is designed to give the people in the UK an opportunity to place awareness on and raise funds for charities high on the national agenda. This year has been harder than ever for everyone and charities have been hit especially hard with a lot of planned fundraising events having to be cancelled as well as the extra strain in supporting their local communities through these tough times. It is more important than ever to work together and support charities as best we can.
Mary Beaumont, Greenbank CEO, said:
“We are delighted to be an official partner of UK Charity Week in what has been a very difficult year all round. Having this outlet will help raise awareness of our charity not only for fundraising purposes, but also to let people know what we can offer them in terms of providing inclusive opportunities in education, sport and leisure.”
How you can help
Join the Cake & Coffee Morning:
The theme on Wednesday 9 December is Charity Big Bake, so Greenbank is hosting a virtual coffee and cake morning. As it is a virtual event, you will need to provide your own coffee (or tea!) and homemade cakes if you fancy showing off your baking skills but this is not essential, shop bought is fine too! At the event, you will get to show off your homebaked cakes, join a baking themed quiz, have a natter and find out more about the work that Greenbank does and how you can support the charity.
You can support Greenbank throughout the week by following the charity on social media and sharing posts. Find Greenbak on Twitter at @greenbankchty and Facebook at @greenbankcharity.
You can donate via the Greenbank website or via text message by sending GREENBANK along with the amount you wish to donate (eg GREENBANK 5) to 70085. You will be charged your donation amount plus a standard rate message.Back to blog