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A group of undergraduate students from the University of Salford Business School have successfully completed a project for Emmaus Salford as part of the University’s Live Project Scheme.
The Live Project Scheme is an exciting opportunity for local organisations to have a team of Salford Business School undergraduate students working on projects that provide valuable practical experience for the students.
The students worked on a project that examined how social media could be used by small charities to enhance their image and reputation by improving how they communicate with their supporters and volunteers.
Homelessness charity Emmaus UK has been announced as the winner of the French Chamber of Commerce Intercultural Trophy 2013. The Cartier-designed…Read the full story
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall will be paying a Christmas visit to homelessness charity, Emmaus Hastings & Rother, on Thursday 5 December. The Duchess will be given a guided tour of the community…Read the full story
Local architect and father of four Max de Rosee is set to run the New York marathon on 3 November 2013, raising money for homelessness charity Emmaus. Max, 38, who is the joint director of the architectural…Read the full story
A writing and art competition launched by Cambridge-based publishers Askance has raised over £250 for homelessness charity Emmaus Cambridge, attracting 50 entries from authors and artists all over the…Read the full story
01.10.13 Mammoth effort for Medway man
Chatham man Martin Sissons is fighting back after a bout of pneumonia by upping the pace in his final week of training for the Royal Parks half marathon in London, taking place on 5 October 2013. Emmaus…Read the full story