#CJ25Socks has come to an end! But our charity spirit hasn’t!
Ho-Ho-Ho it’s the last day of (CharityJob) Christmas.
We do hope you’ve been following our #CJ25socks Christmas campaign! You’ve all gotten stuck in on social media and some of you are wearing your super-comfy charity socks right now. This month has been a charity advent calendar all of our own. We’ve been revealing a unique daily sock each day, and wow! You lot have really gotten involved! The best responses have received a donation to the charity of their choice….oh and some socks.
What’s been happening?
Here at CharityJob we recognise the incredible work of the dedicated people of the charity sector. To do this, we like to get into the festive and charitable spirit of the season and give back! So, in this mindset we give 10% of our profits back to charities in the form of direct donations. We’ve donated to quite a few this time around! Check out our #CJ25Socks campaign for more information. Everyone loves socks at Christmas right?
How did we decide?
Whether you’ve been keeping up with our posts or not, you can check out all the charities we’ve donated too below. We can’t donate to everyone, but be assured, our committee spent a long time, thinking hard about where our money would go. We like to think that we donate according to our values, so we’ve looked at things like transparency, the amount of money spent on the charity’s cause, income and staff numbers as well as what they do and how they do it.
Today’s post is a roundup of all those great charities we’ve donated to over the festive period. We absolutely hope they carry doing their amazing work and wish them the best in the future. If you need to catch up here are all the charities who received a Christmas donation.
Pioneering new, building, education and innovation methods in Malawi.
Supporting the homeless in Croydon for over 30 years.
Offering practical support and advice to families and preventing family breakdown.
Transforming the lives of prisoners through faith.
Providing free services to young homeless people in Herefordshire.
Finding a solution to hunger through the elimination of food waste.
Ending hunger as a barrier to education in UK schools.
Support and information for anyone affected by cancer
Dedicated to women affected by cancer during pregnancy.
Enabling people on low incomes to seek solutions to problems affecting their lives.
Bringing an end to modern slavery and rescuing victims of it.
Granting wishes to children facing life-threating conditions.
Tackling loneliness and isolation in older people through face to face contact.
Providing specialist palliative and end of life care in Durham.
Remember to let us know what you thought of our Christmas campaign, either in the comments below or on twitter.