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We Would Love Your Help With a Couple of Things...

The Equality Trust works to improve the quality of life in the UK by reducing income inequality.

 

 Because more equal societies work better for everyone

January 2017

Dear ,

There has been a great response to our recent Winter fundraising ask and we thank all of you who increased your regular subscription or made a one-off donation. If you haven't contributed already, there is still time - thank you! And there are other ways you can help us, for example:

1. Could you fundraise for us?

We are looking for runners, walkers, bungee-jumpers or anyone with a great idea about how to raise funds for us. As we are a registered charity, all money you raise will attract Gift Aid and make a huge contribution to our work. If you are interested in fundraising for us, please contact Jo Wittams at jo.wittams@equalitytrust.org.uk for further details on how we can help you.

 
2. Could you donate your knowledge and skills for us?
 
We already know what a talented lot you are but we would like to compile a register of your knowledge and skills out there so we know what might be available to us. If you think you might have some time to donate your knowledge and skills for our benefit, please get in touch with Bill Kerry at bill.kerry@equalitytrust.org.uk and please indicate what you might be able to offer and how much time you think you can devote to it. Depending on what projects we have going on at any one time we will be in touch if it looks like we can work together. 
 
If the Trust is to flourish long-term, we really need all our supporters to give what they can, be it money or time or knowledge or skills. Many thanks for your continued support. We couldn't do what we do without you.

Best wishes

Wanda
 
Dr Wanda Wyporska
Executive Director
The Equality Trust


Ps: Two reminders:
 
* We are keeping open our annual survey for 2016 to the end of January so there's still time to contribute your thoughts here.
 
* We launched our new activist pack launched in December which you can find here. Please do take a look and share widely, thank you.

 

 

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