Giving Children a Christmas
Article 13 works in the areas of Sustainable Development, Governance and Corporate Responsibility, all of which have the overall objective of making a difference to social, ethical and environmental global justice. As part of advocating responsible business this Christmas, our donation supports an organisation that provides communities in developing countries with the resources they need to pull themselves out of poverty, and thus reduce child poverty.
The money is going towards one of ChildReach’s Challenge Events which supports innovative development initiatives in the global South. The project, Climb Kilimanjaro for Kids, recruits participants to fundraise money which goes directly to supporting children in the Kilimanjaro region.
For children to live without their basic rights is unacceptable in our modern, globalised world and by working in partnership it is possible to eradicate child poverty. We have set up Article 13’s appeal, which can be accessed by visiting https://secure.efundraising.org.uk/tailored/donation.asp?charity=73394
Please choose Article 13 from the drop down menu and give generously. We urge you to join us in this extremely valuable initiative and pledge your support.
Please also visit Article 13 at www.article13.com or contact Fiona Banyard:
Phone: +44 (0)20 8840 4450
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