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18 Mar 2011

Happy Red Nose Day! Our charity update 0  

Posted in Responsible Business

This year’s Red Nose Day is off to a flying start and since the first Red Nose Day in 1998 Comic Relief have

sold over 60 million red noses in their quest to raise money for people who need it in over 25 countries around the world.

Here at The May Fair we have three charities that we donate to and so in the spirit of this charitable day, we thought we’d give you an update on what we’ve been up to in the past year.

The Passage

The Passage is a charity that officially opened it’s doors in March 2000 to the thousands of homeless people living on the streets of London. Their mission is to help and support those who need it the most and help homeless people with the support they need to transform their lives.

Responsible business at The May FairThis year alone there has been a massive 20% increase in the number of people sleeping rough on our streets and The Passage need as much help as possible with funding from individuals, churches, companies and charitable

trusts. Last year we donated food and supplies to help the volunteers and workers at the charity to celebrate their Christmas party.

– Education Africa and The World Childhood Foundation

Education Africa is a huge charity that started in 1992 and helps the most impoverished people in Africa through community projects. There have been hundreds of success stories over the years and their current projects include Cycle Aid for Africa, Early Childhood development and HIV/AIDs Healthcare and Education.

The World Childhood Foundation is also a global charity whose aim is to ‘Let children be children’. They focus especially on street children, children living in institutions, young mothers and sexually abused children. Their work relies on donations from around the world and is supported by the Swedish government who take care of their administrative costs, meaning every penny raised goes to their charitable projects.

As a hotel group, we have raised over £9,800 for

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Education Africa this year alone and last year’s total topped an impressive £53,166.00.

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