It’s a time for giving, so The Press & Journal has launched its annual 12 Charities of Christmas, a campaign supported by local businesses to promote local charities between 13 December and 24 December. Today is Day 2….
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Save the children
Save the Children is an international charity who work for the welfare and wellbeing of children all over the world. It’s the leading independent children’s organisation. It is founded on the belief that every child is full of potential, and the charity work to help them have a fair chance in life, changing the future for good. Globally its workforce is made up of around 24,000 staff working in 118 countries. This includes our 30 Member Countries as well as Save the Children International.
Their 3-year strategy – ‘Let’s make better possible’ – aims to make lasting change for and with children.
They have four strategic goals for children:
· a healthy start in life
· a safe return to school and quality learning
· a childhood free of violence, and
· support to cope with future shocks
Save the Children believes all children have a right to protection from violence, exploitation, abuse and neglect. The staff must always respect children, listen to them and protect them from harm. Safeguarding the health, protection and education of children is paramount for this charity.
Let’s support this charity this Christmas and the amazing work they do all over the world!
Namaste Delhi is an innovative Indian restaurant in 64 Bridge Street.
They offer authentic Indian homemade tapas, with fresh ingredients, all cooked from scratch by Indian chefs ready to bring the real taste of India to the table, every time to every customer.
They believe in giving their customers the experience, a journey to India through flavours, not just a meal.
Namaste Delhi run corporate events, cooking and cocktail masterclasses, parties for any occasion. They can sit up to 100 people, while their décor and grand piano add a lavish, high-end style to the venue.