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Christmas is a time for giving, and that's what the ALMT is best at. In 2013 we have given life changing grants to 14 amazing organisations, many hours of pro bono skill sharing and expertise to our partners and, dedication and compassion with our grief support service.

We would not be able to do any of these things without our supporters - THAT'S YOU - and the ALMT would like to say a huge THANK YOU for running, cycling, swimming, partying, buying, eating and above all GIVING, we couldn't do it without you!


AfriKids, Operation SINGh - Ghana, Africa

Operation SINGh (Support in Northern Ghana)will directly fund the education of 150 children. Indirectly this project will benefit up to 2,000 people. In the long term the goal is to help disadvantaged children and young people acquire the skills to be able to fend for themselves. Without an education the children simply won’t have the skills to compete for jobs, set up businesses or pursue their goals. AfriKids also aims to build the entire family’s capacity in the hope that by the end of the project, they will have enough resources, and there will be a commitment in the family home to support the child to complete his/her education. 
Chess in Schools and Communities (CSC)- Bristol, UK
CSC's mission is to improve children's educational outcomes and foster their social development by introducing them to the game of chess within primary schools and inner city communities. Learning chess is a life skill that can give an outlet to any child who masters it. The game often brings the most benefit to children in class who are the quietest, who struggle to get noticed in other contexts or have difficulty in normal school environments. The ALMT is proud to be supporting the expansion of this programme in Bristol.
Lotus Outreach - Banteay Meanchey, Cambodia

Lotus Outreach came to the ALMT in 2011 needing assistance in supporting its Girls Access to Education (GATE) project in Cambodia. The project supports the education of more than 600 girls in Phnom Penh, Siem Reap, and Banteay Meanchey. The ALMT is working with Lotus Outreach and the Cambodian Women's Crisis Centre (CWCC) to provide scholarships to girls who are at-risk or survivors of violence in order to keep them enrolled in school and advance to further education if possible. 
Wallasey Sea Cadets - Wallasey, UK

The ALMT are supporting Wallasey Sea Cadets in the purchase of vital equipment for their club house. By offering fun activities four nights per week and at weekends, Wallasey Sea Cadets is able to educate the cadets into becoming better citizens by tackling the problems of anti-social behaviour, street disorder, and addressing the problems of bullying, drug and alcohol abuse in young people. Wallasey contains two of the most socially deprived wards in Britain.
Jack's Rainbow - UK
When a child dies, particularly if that death is sudden and unexpected, there should be provision for the parents to take paid time off work. While many good employers offer compassionate leave, there is no statutory right to leave and this campaign aims to introduce four weeks of paid 'bereavement leave' for parents. The ALMT are working with Jack's rainbow to help make this happen. Sign the petition to show your support.


The ALMT are teaming up with the Street Child World Cup for this years Burns Night. We are teetering on the edge of full capacity for what should be a explosion of Rio carnival fun featuring cocktails, dancers and a couple of surprises. Taking place at the Bloomsbury Ballroom, we are hoping for the best Burns Night yet. We are always on the look out for auction lots so if you have something you could offer us, get in touch!There are only a few tables remaining, contact the ALMT NOW.
Corney and Barrow bars - festive fundraising
For the third year in a row, ALMT's very special charity partner, Corney and Barrow, are going to be working hard over Christmas raising valuable funds for the ALMT and our partners.  Customers visiting any of the Corney and Barrow Bars will be given the option to add £1 to their bill. Every single pound added will go to the ALMT! Enjoy delicious drinks, amazing food and exceptional service knowing that you are helping the ALMT with every bite! Find your nearest Corney and Barrow bar now


Looking for a challenge for 2014, look no further...

If you have an event in mind, regularly host events or fancy taking on a challenge, why not make it a fundraising opportunity. The ALMT will be there every step of the way to provide advice and assistance.

Coming up next - the Silverstone half marathon - 2nd March 2014


It's not all about the money!
With skills and knowledge across the sector, the ALMT is expanding its pro bono support and advice. Partners past, present and potential could receive pro bono services including database training and implementation, funding application advice and support, fundraising expertise, skill sharing and digital and online media development. There is a broad range of skills and experience presented in the team of staff and Trustees at the ALMT who have been working hard to transform the funder/recipient relationship into a real partnership with staff hours dedicated to providing support. Learn more Contact Silvie to learn more about the ALMT skill sharing services.


Co-funding - get in touch

The ALMT has a broad portfolio of partners both past and present and a number of projects awaiting funding so if something looks like a good fit for your interests and values, get in touch. The Trust also invites friends of the ALMT to recommend a partner and open discussion for a new co-funding relationship.

There is no guarantee of funding, but the ALMT endeavour to offer a level playing field for all applicants. Learn more


Thank you to some amazing people

The last amazing few months would not have been possible without the support of some very special individuals, corporate support and charity partners.

Corney and Barrow: thank you committing time, energy and dedication to the're an amazing partner!
Hire the Barman: For the third year running, Hire the Barman are providing their alcoholic expertise at Burns Night
Astley Clarke: Astley Clarke remain a valued and dedicated parter and we are extremely grateful
Berry Brothers and Rudd: What a venue, what a team and what generocity - THANK YOU!

The list could go on forever. Until next time...


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