Together

Posted on: June 30, 2020

A number of large and well-known organisations have joined forces to create “Together“, a social movement aiming to bring our communities closer together.

The key events of the social movement are:

  • 4th July – Evening – Light of remembrance
  • 5th July – 5pm – Clap for Carers
  • 5th July – 5.05pm – Neighbourly Chat
  • 6th July onwards – “Talk Together” debate about what divides us, what unites us and what we need to change

The founding partners are:

  • Aviva
  • BBC
  • British Future
  • CBI
  • Eden Project
  • Facebook
  • Faiths United
  • Fayre Share Foundation
  • Football Beyond Borders (FBB)
  • Girlguiding
  • Google
  • HSBC
  • IBM
  • ITV
  • John Smith Centre
  • Mirror
  • National Lottery Community Fund
  • New Horizons
  • NHS
  • Paralympics GB
  • Scottish Refugee Council
  • Scouts
  • Sport England
  • The Jo Cox Foundation
  • The Sun
  • The WI
  • The Yorkshire Post
  • UK Sport
  • Unison
  • Young Vic

To read more, visit together.org.uk

Author: Steering Member
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