Small Charity Week is a campaign which was first established by the Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI) in 2010 to celebrate and raise the profile of the small charity sector.
The week is organised as a series of activities and initiatives to support and raise awareness of the hundreds and thousands of small charities that, every day, make a huge difference to vulnerable communities right across the UK and the rest of the world.
The objectives of Small Charity Week are to:
- Celebrate the contribution that small charities make to communities throughout the UK and across the world
- Improve the knowledge, representation and sustainability of small charities
- Highlight the work of the small charity sector to the broadest possible audience
- Encourage public giving
- Work with the small charity sector to develop political engagement at a national and local level
In 2014 we received the Big Society Award from the Prime Minister David Cameron, which is a resounding endorsement of the work of small charities throughout the UK and beyond.
For further information on Small Charity Week or to get involved as a sponsor, partner organisation or as a small charity, or to sign up to our mailing list contact email@example.com
For a full list of sponsors and partners, click here.
Find out more about Small Charity Week from the FSI’s chairman, Emma Harrison: