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56 posts about Who You Help on this blog

  1. Literacy Day - Waltham Forest Dyslexia Association

    Saturday 7 September 2013, 20:38

    Jo Porter Jo Porter Journalist

    International Literacy Day, Waltham Forest Dyslexia Association

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  2. Euan and the Rainbow Trust

    Tuesday 27 August 2013, 15:19

    Ruth McDermott Ruth McDermott BBC Children in Need Editorial

    Meet Euan, who had his arm amputated after being diagnosed with bone cancer. Thanks to The Rainbow Trust and BBC Children in Need a family support worker has helped Euan and his family during the long recovery process.

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  3. Disability Awareness Day - Meet Ethan & Graham from BIBIC

    Monday 15 July 2013, 15:48

    Jo Porter Jo Porter Journalist

    Case study about Ethan who benefits from the support of Graham, a Support Worker at BIBIC, funded by BBC Children in Need.

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  4. Who You Help: National Childhood Obesity Week

    Tuesday 2 July 2013, 14:54

    Jo Porter Jo Porter Journalist

    APPLE – Acton Play Project and Leisure Services - offers 82 open access sessions to children and young people from low income families by providing a range of cooking, gardening and arts-based activities for them. When the weather is good, that means going outside and planting or harvesting vegetables...

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  5. Who You Help: Child Safety Week

    Tuesday 25 June 2013, 11:24

    Ruth McDermott Ruth McDermott BBC Children in Need Editorial

    This week is Child Safety Week, run by the Child Accident Prevention Trust with the aim of raising awareness of the accidents or incidents that seriously injure or kill children.

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  6. Happy Father's Day!

    Friday 14 June 2013, 17:07

    Ruth McDermott Ruth McDermott BBC Children in Need Editorial

    Father’s Day is a great excuse to appreciate all the amazing dads and grandfathers all over the UK. One Children in Need funded project that has seen generations of families is the Crown and Manor Club in London.

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  7. Scottish projects awarded £130,520 by BBC Children in Need

    Friday 14 June 2013, 12:59

    Pudsey Bear Pudsey Bear Chief Fundraiser

    BBC Children in Need is delighted to annouce that £130,520 worth of grants have been awarded across Scotland through its new Small Grants programme!

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  8. Who you help: Carers Week

    Tuesday 11 June 2013, 16:12

    Ruth McDermott Ruth McDermott BBC Children in Need Editorial

    This week is Carers Week and BBC Children in Need is proud to be funding 104 projects across the UK that support young carers.

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  9. Deaf Awareness Week

    Wednesday 8 May 2013, 10:53

    Jo Porter Jo Porter Journalist

    BBC Children in Need supports The Elizabeth Foundation, which helps deaf children learn to listen and talk.

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  10. St George’s School celebrates St George's Day!

    Tuesday 23 April 2013, 10:19

    Ruth McDermott Ruth McDermott BBC Children in Need Editorial

    To celebrate St George's Day, we've been out on the water with children from St George’s School on the Isle of Wight. All the students have learning difficulties and physical disabilities, so it’s really important to them that they get to have the same experiences as other children.

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  11. Who You Help: Autism Awareness Month

    Friday 5 April 2013, 15:33

    Paul Condon Paul Condon Digital Content Producer

    To mark Autism Awareness Month, we look at the brilliant work being done to support children and young people with Autism in Manchester by Greater Manchester Riding for the Disabled Association and Autistic Society Greater Manchester.

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  12. Who You Help: International Children's Book Day

    Tuesday 2 April 2013, 12:31

    Jo Porter Jo Porter Journalist

    On this day each year, that great storyteller Hans Christian Anderson's birthday is celebrated with an International Children's Book Day. To mark the occasion, we wanted you to read first hand about just one of the BBC Children in Need grants that has children's books at the centre of it. Mum Angela...

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  13. Who You Help: St Andrew's Club, Westminster

    Thursday 28 March 2013, 11:44

    Ruth McDermott Ruth McDermott BBC Children in Need Editorial

    Find out about the great work being done by the St Andrew's Club in Westminster, the "oldest Youth Club in the world". As they prepare for Easter, find out how the club's facilities help to keep their 850 members off the streets and away from gangs in one of the most deprived areas of London.

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  14. Who You Help: projects in Brighton

    Tuesday 26 March 2013, 15:36

    Paul Condon Paul Condon Digital Content Producer

    Continuing our tour round the UK, visiting projects that have been supported by your donations, we arrive in Brighton where we focus on the work of Fun in Action and The Link Up Project.

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  15. Disabled Young People get together for Fun and Friendship

    Friday 22 March 2013, 16:39

    Paul Condon Paul Condon Digital Content Producer

    Two Fun and Friendship events have taken place, bringing together young people with disablilties who can share their experiences and challenges.

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  16. BBC Children in Need funded project wins film award

    Thursday 21 March 2013, 16:05

    Paul Condon Paul Condon Digital Content Producer

    Congratulations to the BBC Children in Need funded project Twin Vision, who won Best Documentary Film at an awards ceremony in London.

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  17. Down's Syndrome Awareness Week

    Tuesday 19 March 2013, 13:33

    Paul Condon Paul Condon Digital Content Producer

    It's Down's Syndrome Awareness Week so we're going to introduce you to twins Myles and Malcolm. Find out how Down's Syndrome has affected their family and the amazing help they've had.

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  18. Who You Help: projects in Derbyshire

    Monday 18 March 2013, 16:56

    Paul Condon Paul Condon Digital Content Producer

    Find out more about some of the projects in Derby being supported by BBC Children in Need, such as G.A.D. Khalsa Girls Football Club and the St James Centre.

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  19. Who You Help: Projects in Northern Ireland

    Friday 15 March 2013, 13:02

    Jo Porter Jo Porter Journalist

    We’re going across the water to Northern Ireland for the next stop in our UK tour to coincide with St Patrick’s Day. Beannachtaí na Féile Pádraig! There, BBC Children in Need funds nearly 300 projects to a value of £7,603,402.

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  20. Who You Help: our new projects in Leeds

    Tuesday 12 March 2013, 16:42

    Paul Condon Paul Condon Digital Content Producer

    We continue our UK tour around the new projects that have received funding from BBC Children in Need by taking a close-up look at the work we're doing in Leeds. As a result of the magnificent total that was raised on Appeal Night 2012, BBC Children in Need is delighted to be able to award £580,810 in...

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