One Day Changes Lives

The Architects Benevolent Society is supporting The Association of Charitable Organisation (ACO)’s first national awareness campaign for grant-giving charities and benevolent funds ‘One Day Changes Lives’.

One Day Changes Lives is taking place on 22 January 2020 and aims to raise public awareness of the work of these charities, and the services they provide people in need, so more can benefit from their support. Many are unaware that across the UK there are 100s of charities that could help them. This campaign seeks to change this!

The Architects Benevolent Society is a member of the ACO, the umbrella body representing over 120 charities. On 22 January ACO members will be coming together to support the campaign by sharing stories, examples and case studies showcasing how we have helped to change people’s lives for the better on social media using the hashtag #OneDayChangesLives.

We would love for you to also get involved to help us make the biggest noise possible on the day about the work 100s of charities like us are doing every day. Please like, share, comment on and retweet posts from us you see on the day.

Or, if you feel comfortable doing so, share your own story of how a charity has helped you using the hashtag #OneDayChangesLives.

Thank you for helping us spread the word!


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