Charity Support

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Over the years, Islington foodbank has become an established pillar of the community. In goodwill and support of the Islington Foodbank, we at Finders International make an annual donation to help local people in crisis. This year (2020), we were able to donate several items that were urgently needed.

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At Save the Children, they “support children to learn, grow and become who they want to be.” In December 2019 at Finders International, we participated in Christmas Jumper Day and collectively as a team raised funds for Save the Children.

Dania – The Danish School in London

Dania – The Danish School in London
http://daniaschool.com/

Finders International isthe principle and founding sponsor.

If you’d like to donate you can do so here http://daniaschool.com/contact-us/donations/

World Land Trust

World Land Trust
www.carbonbalanced.org

Every year Finders International pay a carbon offset fee to the world land trust.

Cancer Research UK

In September 2014 , we raised money at Shine Night Walk to help Cancer Research UK fund its life-saving work.

Sport Relief

In March 2016 , we raised money at Sport Relief. Of all the money raised by the public through Sport Relief, 50% is used to make a difference right here in the UK, and 50% goes towards transforming lives across the world’s poorest communities.

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Crisis

Finders first supported the national homeless charity Crisis in 2016, by having 12 members of staff participate in their Square Mile Relay.

With three teams of four, we showed off our impressive team work by completing the relay race around the City, each member running two miles, and raising £877.

In 2017, our runners grew to five teams, all backed by the rest of the Finders staff.

With the help of bake sales, quiz nights, and our generous donors, we smashed our previous record and raised over £1000 for Crisis.

Finders know all too well the importance of supporting a charity dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change. The path into homelessness is surprisingly easy and can happen to anyone. The path out of homelessness is a long, hard, struggle that requires more than just a job offer.

We hope we can continue this tradition, and encourage others to support those who have fallen on hard times.

GVI

In March 2020, Finders International Researcher Amelia Brackley will be volunteering on an Island Conservation Expedition in Seychelles for a month. Amelia will also be working with and fundraising for local authorities and organisations in Seychelles, who work to keep the local species safe and protected from poachers and other threats.