Fine & Country Canary Wharf put on a wonderful show at the half-way point of the London Marathon on Sunday 22 April. Thousands of athletes and spectators ran, walked and strolled past the office, raising £366 for the Nepalese village, Thangpalkot1.Fine & Country had glitter, games, drinks and an incredible view of the largest marathon in the UK. It was the hottest London Marathon recorded, so the refreshments for runners and supporters were a much-needed boost.(Image: East Anglian Daily...Read more >>
Sleeping bags and cardboard structures can only mean one thing: the return of the Hope4 Rugby Sleep Out on Friday 20th April. Members of Fine & Country Rugby slept rough in Newbold Road car park to raise awareness of homelessness in their area for the second year running.Sam Funnell and Claire Heritage built cardboard houses with the help of Claire’s children before settling down to a sleepless and uncomfortable night. Congratulations to everyone who took part and thank you to everyone...Read more >>
Each of our May trekkers has been assigned a house and a family to raise funds for, so the Nepalese villagers can move out of their shacks and temporary accommodation and into brand new, safe houses.In a month’s time, the expedition group will hike to Thangpalkot1, a beautiful hillside village and meet the residents. The trek will take three days from Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital, to Thangpalkot1, across surreal landscapes and rarely seen areas of forgotten earthquake-hit villages. Find out more a...Read more >>
The Fine & Country Foundation’s endurance challenge began at the Brighton Marathon on Sunday 15th April. Our two runners, Emma Preston and Clint Nykamp, successfully conquered the first of 12 marathons in our year-long test of determination and grit. The pair are raising money for The Fine & Country Foundation to fight the causes of homelessness in the UK and overseas. They aim to raise £1,000 per race, and we are delighted to announce that after their first marathon, they are on ta...Read more >>
On 25th April 2015, a devastating earthquake struck Nepal with such magnitude that tremors were felt in neighbouring Pakistan and India. Tens of thousands of people were displaced, and thousands remain living in shacks and within temporary accommodation. Summary of the Thangpalkot1 projectThis beautiful hillside village is located six and a half hour’s drive from Kathmandu, Nepal’s capital. In this village, 86 of the 94 houses were flattened. Sadly, the government is only able to offer new...Read more >>
Please see attached the grant application form to be completed and returned either via email or post. The full details of where to send the document is stated in the ‘Contact Us’ section at the bottom of this page. Click here to download the Grant Application form.Please read and sign the Grant Terms and Conditions here.You will be sent confirmation that we have received your application via email within four weeks. Applications are next open from 1st-31st March 2018. Please send your completed forms during this month.Grant eligibilityThe organisation is required to be a registered charity and must provide the Registered Charity Number in all documentsGrants are open to homeless charities, poverty prevention schemes and housing associations. Grants must be used for prevention of homelessness, care of the homeless or constructive projects to get homeless people off of the streets permanentlyBoth UK and international charities are eligible for grantsWe welcome applications for...Read more >>
There’s nothing quite like helping people less fortunate than ourselves, especially when there’s cake involved! It’s time for The Fine & Country Foundation’s annual Coffee Morning. Those of you who participated last year know what to do, but this year, we’d like to have 100% participation from our offices and invite anyone who would like to take part. But what is a coffee morning? STEPS TO HOSTING A COFFEE MORNING:Email The Fine & Country Foundation to register at email@example.com or call +44(0)20 3368 8221.Start marketing. All the materials can be downloaded on the Member’s Hub or contact us if you are not a member. The Foundation will market your event on social media for you as well.Make sure everyone is baking something different.If you aren’t fond of baking, buy some cakes or biscuits.Providing a healthy option is always a good idea, just in case your customers have allergies.Label everything: gluten, nuts and diary are the main ones to watch out for...Read more >>
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