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Climbing Mountains for Homelessness

Climbing Mountains for Homelessness

This October, Fine & Country Foundation, in association with Exodus Travel Company, organised a 10-day expedition to ascend one of the most famous mountains in the world – Mount Kilimanjaro. Taking on this epic challenge were Paul Garrod of Fine & Country Englefield Green, Simon Hawkesley of Fine & Country Rugby, Charles Eddlestone, Paul Campbell, Paul Coxon and Rob Parry, members of the public with connections to a Fine & Country office or agent. Our group of six joined 10 other charity trekker to battle through rainforests, moorlands and the lunar desert, freezing conditions, altitude sickness and various injuries to scale a total of 5,895 m (19,340 ft) to see the incredible views from the world’s largest freestanding mountain, and raise as much money as they could for the Fine & Country Foundation, which supports homelessness causes both in the UK and internationally. During their time in Tanzania, the group were also  invited to visit a v...

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Grant Application Process
NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS  ... The autumn grant programme will reopen from 1st - 31st October 2019. We will not accept any applicatio...
The annual Fine & Country Carol Concert is back
Fine & Country is hosting its annual Christmas Carol Concert on Monday 4th December in Cambridge. As always, the event is free to attend...
Triple A Campaign (Part 2): Life on the Streets
We are exploring the attitudes of the public towards homelessness. In Part 2 of our campaign, Sean shares some his experiences from the 18 y...

10 steps to organise a charity golf day

10 steps to organise a charity golf day

Follow our quick and easy instructions to organise your own charity golf day to support homeless causes.   The Fine & Country Foundation is here to provide you with a plethora of support, all for FREE. Our only criteria is that you choose to support a homeless project. For more information on our criteria, please don’t hesitate to get in touch.   PREPARATION STEP #1: Find a local golf course; think about elegance and location. Call them to briefly explain your idea and request for a face-to-face meeting. Remember, initial contact should always be made through a phone call, not an email.   STEP #2: During your meeting, highlight the ease of the event, the benefit to your local homeless community, free PR for the golf club and the moral reasons to support this charity event. Secure a date, preferably anytime from late May until the end of September. Ask if the club will offer the course at a discounted rate in exchange for becoming a sponsor.   STEP...

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14th Jun 2019
10 steps to organise a carol concert
There’s no time like the present to get your charity carol concert ready, especially as the best venues and choirs get snapped up mont...
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14th Jun 2019
A cup a day goes a long way: Buy your coffee here
The Foundation have launched our new partnership with the Bean & Leaf coffee company. A percentage of every sale comes straight to The F...
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16th Apr 2019
The Foundation is on AmazonSmile
We have a simple, effective way for you to raise money for The Fine & Country Foundation without the need to dip into your own pocket, c...
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14th Jan 2019

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