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#FPoW – COP26

This Week aDoddle is featuring

A Different Organisation Each Day

As many of you may know, the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference is running from the 31st of October to the 12th of November. As such, we felt it would be a good idea to highlight multiple UK organisations doing their bit to combat the issues created by climate change.

This week’s #FPoW’s are:

The Eikon Charity

Students Union at Bournemouth University

Hamstead Marshall Wildlife Group

Dittisham Parish Habitat Project

Cheshire Agricultural Chaplaincy

Wild Ideas

Rattery Environment Group

All of us can do our bit to protect local environments, and all of us are impacted to some extent by the consequences of climate change.

Each of the featured organisations work in some way to lessen the impacts of climate change or to better their local environments. 

Check back every day this week to learn more about the organisations helping to make a difference within their communities.

Want to know more about aDoddle?

Whether you are in Lands End or John O’Groats, a rural village or a bustling city there may be a time when you are either looking for support, for somewhere to volunteer or a place to connect with others.

aDoddle is working to create both a UK wide map and a Network of ‘connected’ area-based community maps to bring together charities, community projects, groups and organisations, of all sizes, that provide these vital opportunities.

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Why is aDoddle unique?

All information is added directly by the charities, community groups and organisations themselves. They are encouraged to share:

The 5 key things that people want to know about your charity, community group or organisation - Who you help, how you help, the difference you make, the help you need and how to contact you

aDoddle adds to this by having a unique ‘Traffic Light’ system which instantly shows people ‘How fresh’ the information is. Giving confidence to the person seeking thier help or wanting to support them.

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