Belvoir launches year-long charity campaign

Franchisees from Belvoir will be donating their time and energy to good causes as part of the group's 366 Days of Giving campaign.

Belvoir Mansfield - Phillippa Bousfield and Layla Brown-Needham

Following the success of its 365 Day of Giving campaign last year, Belvoir and its franchisees are again planning to complete at least 366 days of volunteering, charity events and community activities.

In 2023, franchisees exceeded their target and donated 389 days of their time. Re-launched at the Belvoir National Conference, the campaign is now called 366 Days of Giving due to it being a leap year, but the team still want to outdo last year’s achievement.

Ian Maclean - Belvoir
Ian Maclean – Belvoir

Belvoir Franchise Director, Ian Maclean, said: “We believe our charity campaign is very different to others, as it recognises that times are tough for people, and money is tight. For this reason, not only are we encouraging our franchisees across the UK to take part in local fundraisers, we are also asking them to consider volunteering their time to local charities and community activities, which we then record on our charity database.”


At the Belvoir Annual Awards last month, Ben and Daisy Davies and the team at Belvoir Swansea, Mumbles and Sketty were named Community Champions for 2024, because of their phenomenal efforts in their area throughout the year.

Ian added: “I am delighted to report that this year’s campaign has already got off to a good start, with Belvoir Mansfield donating large numbers of Easter eggs to families in need, as well as taking part in a 10km walk to raise funds for Sands, the stillbirth and neonatal death charity.

“We know many other offices from brands within the Group have plans for charity events in 2024, and the franchise support team at Belvoir Central Office in Grantham are also looking forward to volunteering for various local projects in the town. We are all feeling very confident that we will hit our target of 366 Days of Giving, and in doing so will make a big difference to local communities.”

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