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www.responsiblebusinessevent.orgExhibitor profi les25Computers 4 AfricaStand 140Tel: 03000 112233Web: 4 Africa accepts working redundant IT equipment. Once datawiped and refurbished, machines are shipped to schools, colleges and projects across Africa. Equipping African children with IT skills will improve career opportunities and help lift communities out of poverty. For UK donors of more than 10 complete PCs we offer a free collection service.Community ToolkitStand 130Tel: 01243 832 049Web: employees, as members of their communities, are being encouraged to take on more responsibility in their local area. They may need peace of mind and guidance to get involved. If you want to support them, point them in the direction of Community Toolkit. Visit stand 130 for a chat.Community NetworkStand 172Tel: 0845 619 9992Web: Network is the only telephone conferencing charity in the UK. We provide competitively priced and professionally delivered telephone conferencing services. With the proceeds, we set up telephone friendship groups for isolated people. Once you fi nish your conference call, our charity work begins.Community LinksStand 156Tel: 020 7473 9649Web: Links runs 60 community projects in Newham east London where 86% residents live in areas classifi ed as the most deprived in England and 58% of children live in poverty. Community Action SouthwarkStand 32Tel: 020 7358 4831Web: Action Southwark supports voluntary organisations to make a difference in the communities they serve. In partnership with Cambridge House and Peckham Settlement we have initiated an ambitious project to maximise voluntary sector resources by developing shared services, helping the sector to become resilient and sustainable amidst diffi cult funding circumstances.

26Exhibitor profi leswww.responsiblebusinessevent.orgEarth Charter UKStand 151Tel: 020 7183 1847Web: www.earthcharteruk.orgThe Earth Charter integrates care for the community of life, ecological integrity, social and economic justice, democracy and peace. It is proposed as a key framework for Rio+20. Earth Charter UK invites more companies to engage with this model of sustainability and also offers partnership opportunities.The Deborah Hutton Campaign/Cut FilmsStand 188Tel: 020 7700 3701Web: www.deborahhuttoncampaign.orgThe Deborah Hutton Campaign runs Cut Films, competitions that challenge young people to make short fi lms to persuade their friends not to smoke. In its fi rst national competition, a fantastic 78 fi lms have been entered, many of which will be shown at the charity's stand at the Responsible Partnerships Exhibition.CrisisStand 115Tel: 0844 251 0111Web: is the national charity for single homeless people, dedicated to ending homelessness by delivering life-changing services and campaigning for change. Our innovative education, employment, housing and well-being services address individual needs and help people transform their lives. We take a lead, collaborate with others and, together, make change happen.CRASHStand 74Tel: 020 8742 0717Web: is the construction and property industry's charity for homeless people. We are a practical charity that focuses on improving the buildings used by homeless people.Our supporters get directly involved in helping the projects by offering professional expertise, materials and supporting the CRASH fundraising events.ContinYouStand 168Tel: 020 7587 5080Web: is one of the UK's leading community learning organisations. We believe in the power of learning as a means of achieving social justice. Learning can transform everyone's life chances, their outlook and their health.