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Tackling Digital Poverty

Virgin Money Foundation kicked off 2024 with a new strategy focused upon tackling digital poverty.

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

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.