Rampion announce a £4 million fund which will include supporting organisations working for benefit of Sussex people
Corporate social responsibility, as it is sometimes now termed, really began when Victorian industrialists started wanting to address the social ills of their age, including the poor living conditions of their workers.
I’m writing to let your readers know that right now in West Sussex there are 59 people currently waiting for a kidney transplant, and every single day in the UK one person will die whilst waiting for their kidney. This has to change.
We’d like to invite your readers to catch up with their family, friends, colleagues and neighbours over a cuppa and a slice of cake this summer and help raise money to make sure no one has to face the devastation of meningitis alone.
Today I saw a strange sight in Haywards Heath – a man in what looked like police uniform and a police helmet - who reminded me of the good old days when uniformed police constables used to patrol the streets of just about every town.