All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘fundraising’

Gillian

Gillian supports Chatterbox Challenge 2016!

Childminder Gillian supports Chatterbox Challenge 2016! Gillian is a registered childminder and runs a small childminding business in Durham. She took part in I CAN’s Chatterbox Challenge 2015 with just 3 children, all children were 2 years and under and between them they managed to raise £75. She was entered into and won second prize in the Silver Shooting Star …

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Tots On Tour1

Growing talk, together! A guest blog from Tots on Tour

As keen supporters of I CAN and I CAN’s Chatterbox Challenge since 2004, Fiona Cann (Speech and Language Therapist) and Sara Sprague (Teacher and mother of a child with severe, complex speech and language difficulties) are passionate about enhancing children’s communication skills. “Having supported many families and children with speech and language difficulties over the last 14 years and having …

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Cbc Blog

Chatterbox Challenge 2016: Ben & Holly’s Elf and Fairy Party Launches Today!

We are happy to announce that Chatterbox Challenge 2016: Ben & Holly’s Elf and Fairy Party is open for registrations! Now in its 15th year, Chatterbox Challenge is I CAN’s annual sing-a-long fundraising event for children aged 5 and under. By taking part in Chatterbox Challenge 2016, nurseries and early years settings across the UK can help develop their children’s …

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Introducing I CAN’s 2014/15 Impact Report from Virginia Beardshaw CBE, I CAN CEO

September is Annual General Meeting season.  At I CAN’s 127th AGM on the 23rd my job as CEO was to introduce Trustees and Friends of the charity to our 2014/15 Impact Report. It is definitely our most vibrant and visually appealing one yet. This year we organised the report against our against our strategic objectives, so we can see clearly …

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RideLondon

Phil Kelly cycles RideLondon for I CAN

Triathlons and cycling has filled a massive void for me since retiring from rugby last year. I heard about the Ride London event through my club and was excited about a challenge of 100 miles on closed roads around London and Surrey where I grew up. My niece Eva attends Meath School, and I was therefore aware of the I …

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