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Virgin Money colleagues takeover Hoole Restaurant to raise over £2k for Dementia Revolution

Colleagues from Virgin Money’s offices in Chester took over ‘The Suburbs’ Restaurant in Hoole, Chester to raise money for a year-long campaign, The Dementia Revolution. Dementia is the biggest health threat facing society today and there are currently no effective treatments to slow, prevent or cure it. Today almost one million people in the UK are living with a form …

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Manchester: MacMillian Coffee Morning

ManchesterCharityJoin us at the Manchester Lounge on Friday 28 September from 10am where we will taking part in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. We will have delicious cakes and coffee for you to enjoy as we raise money for MacMillan.

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Norwich: MacMillan Coffee Morning

Join us at the Norwich Lounge on Friday 28 September from 10am where we will taking part in the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning. We will have delicious cakes and coffee for you to enjoy as we raise money for MacMillan.

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Virgin Money Charity Golf Day raises £1,500 to help end dementia

This week Virgin Money held a Charity Golf Day to support our charity of the year –  Dementia Revolution. The event featured ex-England cricketers Steve Harmison and Phil Mustard and teams from the likes of Newcastle Falcons, Newcastle United and businesses from across the region. the event raised more than £1,500 for the Dementia Revolution. Tim Arthur, Creative Director at Virgin …

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Raising funds to power the Dementia Revolution

Here at Virgin Money, we encourage our colleagues to help local communities and charities through volunteering and fundraising activities. It’s all part of our core ambition to make everyone better off. Continuing our support of this years charity of the year, Dementia Revolution, our colleagues have been taking on personal challenges to help raise awareness and funds. Earlier in the year we …

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Join the Dementia Revolution

In support of our corporate charity of the year Dementia Revolution , Virgin Money will be hosting a series of informative and engaging sessions across our Lounges to help overthrow old attitudes about dementia and transform lives. We’re inviting our customers to join the Dementia Revolution with us by attending these free sessions, that will take place between September and March. You’ll have …

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Norwich: Crafternoon For Children!

On Monday 20 August, upstairs in our Community Room, bring your kiddies as we’ll be making Paper Bunting. Sit and have a coffee while the little ‘uns are kept busy and creative with April. The crafternoon will run from 3pm til 4pm and there’s no need to bring anything – just donate a suggested £1 to our Corporate Charity of …

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Going the extra mile for Dementia Revolution

Our colleague David is taking part in the Liverpool Nightrider Challenge on 14 July to raise funds for Dementia Revolution, our Corporate Charity Partner. The Nightrider Challenge kicks of at 10:30pm and is a 100km overnight cycle ride through Liverpool, finishing around 5am the following morning. David is a keen cyclist and has taken part in a similar event before: I …

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Ten top tips for a successful e-newsletter

Kickstart your digital marketing with an email newsletter

You may have already read our piece ‘Kickstart your digital marketing with an email newsletter’ discussing successful ways of connecting with your army of fundraisers. Well now you can download a Takeaway resource of “ten top tips” which may give you some ideas of what you can include when compiling your email newsletter. Creating a successful newsletter If you have any questions or feedback, …

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Through the keyhole at Teenage Cancer Trust

Have you ever wished you could go through-the-keyhole style and have a peek into the workings of fellow charities? Well we have been lucky enough to be invited into the worlds of some fantastic charities and today we are delighted to bring you Joanna Sullivan, Head of Mass Participation at Teenage Cancer Trust, who talked us through life at the …

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