Time for Change!
My name is Savannah, I’m 26 years old and I’m originally from Teesside. After being medically discharged from the British Army last year, I found gaps in the veteran mental health support system, which I believed would be fairly simple to fill. I designed an app which would do just that.
Invitation to Tender
Virgin Money Foundation is inviting tenders to facilitate a review of our Theory of Change.
What comes next?
I’m now in the incredible position to share details of the premiere and launch event of “What Comes Next?” a documentary campaign film I conceived and directed.
Supporting the community through Covid-19
There is a deep desire to help and this social action is receiving press coverage and public attention. Amid the rising concern and sobering headlines, this is brilliant news.
Meet our Board Attender: Abi Walker
I’m Abi, I’m 24 years old and one of the Board Attenders for Virgin Money Foundation! I graduated from Newcastle University in 2017 with a degree in English Literature and have been working in the North East charity sector for the past three years.
Meet our Board Attender: Laura Christer
My name is Laura Christer, I am 23 years old and from Newcastle Upon Tyne. I work full time as the Senior Domestic Abuse Peer Educator at West End Women and Girls Centre.
What Comes Next?
Early April saw the launch of What Comes Next a campaign documentary the Virgin Money Foundation funded through the #iwill Take Action Fund.
Bright Futures is a young, ambitious project providing a wealth of practical help and support to the most vulnerable young women and their children in South Shields.
We are proud to be a Living Wage Funder, committed to tackling low pay by encouraging and enabling the organisations we support to pay the real Living Wage Link opens in a new window.