MONDAY (5 December) will see charities around the United Kingdom marking the end of a tough year with a celebration of UK-based charities thanks to the start of the tenth annual national charity campaign, UK Charity Week.
UK Charity Week (or #UKCharityWeek) is an annual charity campaign designed to allow the people of the United Kingdom to place awareness and fundraising for charities high on the national agenda at a time of the year when people are statistically at their most giving.
Charity-stalwart Lee B. Rayment, Founder of UK Charity Week, said:
“It never ceases to amaze me how hard-working and resilient our charity sector is. It’s been a torrid time on the fundraising and marketing front, and still, you see charities fighting through it with integrity and belief in what they are doing. I hope UK Charity Week can provide them with plenty to write and promote themselves with and, of course, the fundraising opportunities it also presents to the causes that maximise the opportunity UK Charity Week presents.”
Jaime Britton, Campaigns Manager at UK Charity Week, said:
“It might be an annual campaign by nature, but we work with our partner charities all-year round promoting them and their stories. When the week comes around, we look forward to bringing the charity sector and the public together to celebrate all that is good about UK charities. It’s been a difficult few years, and if we can play our part in bringing a few smiles and some fun, then fantastic!”
The UK Charity Week Daily Themes
Celebration of Charity – 5 December 2022
#Give5Day – 6 December 2022
#CharityBIGBake – 7 December 2022
#ChristmasJumperDay – 8 December 2022
#VolunteersDay – 9 December 2022
World Snooker Champion Stuart Bingham, Ex-England & Manchester City Manager Sven-Göran Eriksson, Liverpool Legend Neil Ruddock, and Coronation Street star William Roache are among a whole host of celebrity supporters.
How to get involved with UK Charity Week
The campaign logo is available for download here from the UK Charity Week website. Digital assets are available for download by Official Partners.
You can follow UK Charity Week on social media @UKCharityWeek. For more information, please visit the campaign’s website address at www.ukcharityweek.co.uk.