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How easy is it to donate to charity as a charitable trust or company?

  How hard can it be to donate to charity? The Ten Percent Foundation is a charitable trust registered with the Charity Commission in England and Wales. The Foundation was set up in 2003 to distribute the profits donated by companies within the Ten Percent Group of websites. All the companies within the Ten Percent Group donate 10% of net profits every year to charity as part of their general commitment to society, coupled with the moral and ethical stance taken by the founders when the companies were set up. Every year the trustees of the Ten Percent Foundation meet to discuss the donations we are going to make from the profits that have been put into the foundation, and we come up with a list which is usually a selection of charities the trustees have a personal interest in, charities suggested by clients, candidates, transcribers, translators, and suppliers, and also charities who make direct applications to the Ten Percent Foundation. Donating is Easy? You woul

Legal Recruitment News July 2022

Welcome to the July 2022 edition of Legal Recruitment News. It includes our legal job market report, locum hourly rates, recruiting expensive candidates, using LinkedIn, an unusual law firm purchase offer, our charity donation, and more. Jonathan Fagan is Managing Director of Ten-Percent Legal Recruitment and a non-practising Solicitor. Ten-Percent Legal Recruitment provides online Legal Recruitment for Solicitors, Legal Executives, Licensed Conveyancers, Legal Cashiers, Fee Earners, Support Staff, Managers and Paralegals . Visit our Website to search our Vacancy Database.

The Prison Choir Project - £500 donation from the Ten Percent Foundation

  The Prison Choir Project - Ten Percent Foundation Award - £500 The Ten Percent Foundation trustees have made their first round of awards for 2022 and will be providing an outline of each charity we have donated to every month for the next 12 months. The first of these is the Prison Choir Project. The Prison Choir Project is a charity with the objectives to rehabilitate prisoners, ex-offenders and people experiencing mental disorder by the advance of the arts and culture, in particular through the performance of opera, song, and choral music. The charity hopes to provide a pathway towards establishing a reduction in reoffending, building self-esteem, improving self-confidence and employability skills for all those involved. The charity has an outstanding track-record - they have run eight major projects in four prisons (HMP Dartmoor, HMP Drake Hall, HMP Kirkham, HMP Wandsworth) including fully-staged performances of Carmen, West Side Story and Guys and Dolls; feature