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www.responsiblebusinessevent.orgExhibitor profi les45PR NewswireStand 30Tel: 020 7490 8111Web: Newswire is the global leader in innovative communications and marketing services, enabling organisations to connect and engage with their target audiences worldwide. Providing multimedia news targeting, distribution and monitoring products PR Newswire helps you promote your brand, generate awareness, drive sales and increase revenue.Play England (NCB)Stand 14Tel: 07595 271532Web: England, part of the children's charity NCB, is a national organisation which aims for all children in England to have the freedom and space to play throughout childhood.Phoenix Education TrustStand 139Tel: 01727 868585Web: Phoenix Education Trust is a national charity that supports young people to gain the skills and confi dence they need to speak out about issues that affect their daily lives. Phoenix is the parent body to Student Voice an organisation run by and for young people aged 11-19. The Pennies FoundationStand 72Tel: 020 7600 9286Web: Pennies Foundation has created Pennies, the electronic charity box. A channel that updates the charity box for card payments and the Internet. Live with a number of retailers, Pennies chimes with the public mood, gives retailers a fl exible, cost-effective way to magnify CSR and delivers meaningful funds to charities. OXFAM's UK Poverty ProgrammeStand 84Tel: 0300 200 1292Web: works to overcome poverty in the UK in three ways. It develops projects with people living in poverty to improve their lives and show how things can change, raises public awareness of poverty to create pressure for change, and works with policymakers to tackle the causes of poverty.

46Exhibitor profi leswww.responsiblebusinessevent.orgQueen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham CharityStand 100Tel: 07702 954233Web: www.qehb.orgOur Charity supports the patients of the Queen Elizabeth and Selly Oak Hospitals in Birmingham, including the UK's military patients who are treated there. We provide additional equipment, facilities and research over and above core NHS services. None of your donation is used to replace government funding.The Prince's Seeing is Believing - a Business in the Community campaignStand 108Tel: 020 7566 6629Web: the_princes_seeing_is_believingThe Prince's Seeing is Believing programme has inspired and engaged senior business leaders on responsibility issues for over 20 years. Through unique visits into the heart of UK communities, it offers a powerful way to challenge business leaders perceptions promoting action within individual businesses, their supply chains and across industries.The Prince's Mayday Network -a Business in the Community campaignStand 186Web: www.maydaynetwork.comThe Mayday Network is a unique collaboration of businesses working together towards a sustainable future and creating solutions to environmental challenges. These behaviours, products and services provide a roadmap to a sustainable economy in which businesses can prosper alongside people and planet. Join for free at The Prince's Countryside Fund -a Business in the Community campaignStand 90Tel: 020 7566 6659Web: Prince's Countryside Fund is a unique collaboration of brands and businesses working together to secure a sustainable future for British agriculture and the wider rural economy.Prime Thinkers and Kith and KidsStand 166Tel: 07796 991140 - 020 8801 7432Web:"PRIME THINKERS" raises funds for the charity 'Kith and Kids' which supports families that have a disabled son or daughter. It's a group of volunteer business people who will brainstorm ideas for new and growing businesses for a contribution of £75 for an hour plus of 'brainstorming' can you help?