Defence and National Rehabilitation Centers
2018 was the 100th anniversary of the end of the First World War. To mark this centenary and to raise awareness of the opening of the UK’s first purpose-built rehabilitation centre for injured servicemen, we launched a nationwide competition for new war poems. More than 5,000 entries were received; media coverage was secured across national newspapers, on TV and BBC radio; and Prince William read out the winning entry at the opening ceremony for the new centre. Our project resulted in millions of people learning about the new rehabilitation centre, which delighted funders and the centre’s staff and patients alike. A 6-foot tall inscription of the winning poem remains in the centre’s mess hall to this day.
Our Venture Law
The Law Centres Network (LCN) is the umbrella body for Law Centres in this country; helping provide the most vulnerable with free legal advice at the time they need it most urgently.
Space For Giants
The field of conservation is a competitive one with many charities jostling for attention. To be noticed, you have to be bold and different.