… (and why it’s best to too).
Each November phrases like ‘jolly’ and ‘merry’ creep into the nation’s vocabulary. Individuals eagerly await the discharge of Christmas adverts and beautify their properties in festive hues of purple, inexperienced, and gold.
For a lot of, Christmas is a time of celebration and pleasure. However it’s additionally the time of 12 months when probably the most susceptible individuals in our society want probably the most help.
Reed.co.uk is proud to help The Huge Give – the UK’s largest match funding platform – and The Huge Give Christmas Problem 2022. The Christmas Problem is a marketing campaign that runs one week per 12 months – and through this time donations to chosen charities are doubled.
This 12 months on twenty ninth November (#GivingTuesday), The Christmas Problem will formally open and charities can have one week to encourage individuals to donate.
Charity is required greater than ever this 12 months, as individuals wrestle with the continued value of residing disaster. We all know instances will likely be robust for many households this Christmas – and that’s why we’re encouraging you to offer what you’ll be able to. When you’re unable to donate; share, like, and touch upon social media to unfold the phrase.
Who’re The Huge Give?
Our founder, Sir Alec Reed, created The Huge Give in 2007. He needed to create an identical platform for charities, funders and the general public that multiplied generosity to make an enduring affect on the earth, very like how Reed.co.uk matches individuals to jobs.
What are we doing at Reed.co.uk?
Giving again is an enormous a part of our firm tradition at Reed.co.uk, and we associate with Huge Give throughout their seasonal campaigns to help charities making a distinction. We even share our Covent Backyard Headquarters with their crew!
Yearly our co-members at Reed.co.uk select a charity to help. This 12 months Magic Breakfast was chosen – aiming to finish starvation as a barrier to schooling in UK faculties by means of the availability of wholesome breakfasts to youngsters residing with meals insecurity.
That’s why we’re proudly supporting The Christmas Problem 2022 – and also you’ll hear us shouting about it on our socials.