DEVELOPMENT Education Dorset provides staff training, children’s workshops, resources, exhibitions, advice and support to schools, early years settings and community groups on aspects of global citizenship.
Topics of the workshops include Fairtrade, multicultural Britain, Millennium Development Goals, philosophy for children, recycling and the environment.
Why the community needs this charity The charity exposes teachers, early years practitioners, pupils, children, and parents, to global learning.
Global Education can provide all children and young people with an understanding of, and respect for, cultural diversity.
It also affords them an awareness of the challenges of creating a sustainable future, the ability to understand and feel confident of their place within the interconnected world, and of how their everyday actions affect others.
Examples of how your donation can help
- £25 pays for a pre-school to borrow a multicultural resource box
- £50 fills up the DEED van with petrol to allow deliveries to rural settings
- £175 pays for a twilight teacher training session Double your donation and support the appeal at Localgiving.com/charity/deed Main contact is Louise Boston-Mammah on 01202 739422 or email Education@deed.org.uk
If you are a charity, sports club, village hall or a community group and would like to join the Do It for Dorset campaign, please contact our Localgiving.com Manager, Tracy Melling, on 01202 315952.
THE Do It For Dorset Campaign is a joint initiative between Daily Echo and the Dorset Community Foundation – a registered charity dedicated to promoting charitable giving and grant making for charities and community groups across the county.
As part of the Do It for Dorset Campaign every charity and community group signed up to Localgiving.com campaign will have a chance to double their donations – every £10 donated through Localgiving.com will become £22.50!