Small Peace Charity Makes a Huge Difference
June 16, 2016 | Nick Taylor
The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace is supporting Small Charity Week by highlighting the growing need for its unique services.
Held between 13-18 June, Small Charity Week celebrates and raises the profile of the small charity sector that every day, makes a huge difference to vulnerable communities throughout the UK and rest of the world.
The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace, based at the Peace Centre in Warrington, works nationally and internationally to promote peace and non-violent conflict resolution, consisting of a portfolio of projects, products, and services. The Foundation’s work has three components: prevention, resolution, and response.
Fundraiser Jonathan Levy said: “As a Foundation we are not a ‘think tank’ but a ‘do tank’. Steeped in practice with over 20 years of experience in peace-building – it is our work with individuals, groups and communities that keeps us learning and continues to make that all important difference.
“The demand for our unique For Peace services has never been greater and in the last year alone, we have worked with more than 2000 people from a variety of backgrounds. There are so many ways that the people of Warrington can support our vital work and every pound really will make a difference.”
Sponsoring an engraved dove, whether in hope for the future or in memory of a loved one, is one way members of the public can help. To find out more, please contact Jonathan Levy on 01925 581232 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org. Alternatively, you can get more information at http://foundation4peace.org/doves-for-peace.
Contact – Jonathan Levy – email@example.com – 01925 581232
Issued – Tuesday 14 June 2016 Warrington, Cheshire, North West England
©2016 The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace, the charity that works nationally and internationally to promote peace and non-violent conflict resolution
Notes to Editors
Small Charity Week is a campaign that was first established by the Foundation for Social Improvement (FSI) in 2010 to celebrate and raise the profile of the small charity sector.
The objectives of Small Charity Week are to celebrate the contribution that small charities make, improve the knowledge, representation and sustainability of small charities, highlight the work of the small charity sector to the broadest possible audience, encourage public giving, and work with the small charity sector to develop political engagement at a national and local level.
The Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Foundation for Peace was founded by the parents of 12-year-old Tim Parry and supported by the parents of three-year-old Johnathan Ball. Tim and Johnathan were tragically killed as a result of the IRA’s bombing of Warrington in March 1993. To find out more about the work of the Foundation, please visit www.foundation4peace.org.