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Christ the King College is the first joint Church of England and Roman Catholic secondary school on the Isle of Wight. Its current age range is 11 to 18 (Years 7 to 13); its student roll is 1,400 students. The College was founded in September 2008, following the successful amalgamation of two previous middle schools. It is now in its second year, having had a very exciting and successful foundation year. In November 2009, the College had its first Ofsted inspection, which commented on the quite exceptional progress made in such a short period of time and stated that the College has been steered through its first year with impressive coherence and success. The College is now pursuing plans to become a Specialist School in Mathematics and Computing. As part of the bidding process the College must raise 50,000 in sponsorship. In return, sponsors will have the opportunity for valuable PR exposure in association with a successful Christian College and its reputation of excellence and high standards, opportunities for staff involvement and professional development, as well as direct involvement in shaping the future of the first Christian High School on the Isle of Wight. Contact: Mrs Kathrin Williams. Address: Christ the King College, Wellington Road, Newport, Isle of Wight PO30 5QT. Tel.: 01983 537070. Fax: 01983 537080. E-mail: kathrin.williams@christ-the-king.iow.sch.uk
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Gospel Frontiers is a company committed to supporting and promoting Christian and gospel music in the UK. The company actively supports upcoming Christian and gospel singers, singer/songwriters, groups and choirs, and increased sponsorship will assist in the ability of Gospel Frontiers to have a greater effect with these. Gospel Frontiers currently manages Beatrice Muniu, who is an active performer at numerous events and concerts throughout the year. The company has available for sponsorship a number of artists who are already well known, in addition to Beatrice Muniu. Gospel Frontiers also hosts a number of websites and is also looking for sponsorship for all or any of these. Generally this would be on an annual basis, reviewed at each year end. The company provides promotion of events and the opportunity for various companies to advertise at one or numerous events through tickets, programmes and advertising leaflets and posters. Gospel and Christian music is an emerging market in the UK - and this will be growing. Coupled with a strongly-focussed web presence, already a growing source of global and national trade and advertising, Gospel Frontiers is confident that, in conjunction with those that it represents, it can be a benefit to the sponsor's company and its advertising requirements. Contact: Ian Lloyd, Director. Address: 8 Balgowan Road, Beckenham BR3 4HJ. Tel.: 0207 038 5753. E-mail: ian@gospelfrontiers.com.
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The I Will Tell International Film Festival is a large and strong community that understands the power of story. "We have a variety of sponsorship opportunities available to help you tell yours. The tenth anniversary of the I Will Tell International Film Festival will be a spectacular celebration of ten years of showcasing award-winning films from over twenty-five countries, covering a variety of genres from micro-animations to epic feature-length dramas, followed by thought-provoking and inspirational post-screening discussions. The festival was inadvertently named by a young girl, called Anel, in an impoverished area of Mozambique, who wanted the world to know her story and the story of so many others around the world. I Will Tell is run with a Christian ethos and showcases the most innovative and exceptional films made by filmmakers of any faith or none, addressing issues such as war and peace, relationship, faith, family, business, government, gender issues, race and much more. These are films that, just by being screened, help to empower, support, teach, encourage and challenge people around the world. But it is the inspirational post-screening discussions after each film - with the audience, filmmakers and subject matter experts - that contribute to making I Will Tell unlike any other festival in the world. The festival serves a culturally diverse and vibrant audience of mostly early 20s to mid-50s men and women who are active in film or the creative industries, passionate about social renewal and purpose and/or are thought leaders or specialists in the themes addressed by the wide range of films. Sponsorship opportunities are available for the main festival which runs from 30th August to 9th September in 2016; and also for the monthly screenings in the run up to the main festival of the best ten films in the festival in the past nine years, starting November 2015". Contact: Jenny Lee. Tel.: 07961 314 251. E-mail:
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Positioned midway between serialised TV shows and novels, Lambbooks produces and publishes Christian family entertainment: bite-sized, illustrated, serialised profiles of significant persons and events of the Christian calendar: Claudia Procula - the wife of Pontius Pilate, Pontius Pilate, Longinus, Judas Iscariot, etc. "We currently have 130 titles. Publications are designed to appeal to some 2 billion believers worldwide, with publications in eight languages: English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Italian, German, Chinese and Japanese. But because names like Claudia Procula, Pontius Pilate and Longinus, etc., have become mainstream, it also aims to attract the remainder of the curious or critical public, with a focus here on entertainment. They are streamed onto a global delivery platform via our own website and also via Amazon channels to the US, UK, France, Italy, Spain, Germany, The Netherlands, Brazil, Japan, Australia, Canada, Mexico and India. We aim to release two new titles/month/language.     Our reach - the nature of our content encourages lively debate and we have acquired a vigorous, interactive, debating audience on Twitter, with one of the highest records of favourited exchanges on the network, and also an interactive audience on Facebook, with daily impressions ranging between 20,000 and 103,000 impressions at minimum bid. With Twitter, Ads, at minimum bid, we achieve on average 50,000 impressions/day/cover, across English, French, Italian, Spanish and German. Daily website traffic is now over 10,000 impressions/month and growing fast. With the right amount of resources, we can increase this traffic per title per day a hundred fold. Because our content is sourced from approved revelations carrying the imprimatur of the likes of Pope Pius XII, and actively promoted by the much-loved Saint Padre Pio and Mother Theresa, our audience trusts us. By partnering with Lambbooks, our sponsor(s) stand to benefit from this trust". Contact: Martha. Address: 2 Dalkeith Court, 45 Vincent Street SW1P 4HH. Tel.: +44-751-2916-706. E-mail:
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We offer the opportunity to incorporate the sponsor's logo

1. In a 10cm x 8.5cm revolving Announcement Screen on our Homepage
2. In a centre stage slide on our main home page slider: 21 cm x 10cm
3. Via a website banner, with choice of positioning on the header or side blogs
4. Included on all cover advertising, in any or all eight languages, in any or all market places.


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Talk Together London CIC (TTL) is a small, London-based social enterprise, launched in 2005, which runs a number of after school study support clubs designed to help improve the educational achievement of young people of bilingual or black and minority ethnic backgrounds, particularly those who are socially or economically disadvantaged. The organisation changed its name in 2008 to reflect the inclusive, bridge-building approach that it has developed to enable learners to really talk and learn together. TTL's community learning project brings together people of varying faiths and cultures to help children, young people and adult learners reach their full potential. The project offers support to children, young people, parents and carers who do not speak English at home as their main language of communication, by linking directly with schools, local authorities and communities. The attendees are encouraged to develop as role models and to share their experiences by volunteering and training to teach as 'tutors' or 'tutor assistants' on the project. TTL offers an environment where cultural, linguistic and religious assumptions are not judged and parents and carers who are either taking on volunteer roles and/or studying to improve their skills may feel more confident about their children's future in the UK. TTL's Study Support Clubs engage service users and the key stakeholders such as school staff, local authority officers, funders, parents and carers as active participants in the implementation and evaluation of TTL's services. TTL would be delighted to discuss mutually-beneficial sponsorship opportunities. Contact: Clare Alcott, Volunteer Administrator. Address: Office 2, Canalside House, 383 Ladbroke Grove, London W10 5AA. Tel.: 02072508226 (answer phone). E-mail:
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Liverpool Lighthouse is a versatile venue in Anfield, Liverpool. It is a registered charity and a company limited by guarantee. It is seeking sponsors for various elements of its venue, for core funding, for donated items for its furniture outlets and for its community projects. Liverpool Lighthouse is part of the Love and Joy Ministries Group and is Europe's first designated Urban Gospel Arts Centre. Its aim is to transform communities through working together. It is based in the former Gaumont cinema in Anfield, Liverpool, just 100 metres from the famous football ground. The building was in a very poor state of repair when purchased in 1998 and since then, through private and public fundraising plus a huge number of volunteers, the organisers have renovated it. However, there is still more work to be done. Liverpool Lighthouse has a 430 seater auditorium; back auditorium space that can also seat an extra one hundred; dance space; workshop space; conference and board rooms; meeting rooms; a Learndirect centre; café small business office space; recording studio; and a furniture outlet. Amongst the charity's community projects are Harmonize - an alternative education programme underpinned by arts and music for children aged 14 to 16 who are excluded from school or in care, in conjunction with Liverpool LEA; Kaleidoscope - an over 55s community project, including card making, local history and a community choir in conjunction with the Capital of Culture Company; Skills for Work courses for the local community; and Integrate - helping asylum seekers and refugees learn English and other skills. It is the home venue for a number of gospel choirs, including the award-winning Love and Joy gospel choir. It is able to host meetings, exhibitions, conferences, performances, rehearsals, etc., etc. Liverpool Lighthouse seeks sponsorship, benefits in kind, use of people's skills and expertise, donations and good quality items for their furniture outlets. Be assured that anything that they receive will be put to good use. In return, obviously depending on what is provided, they may offer coverage in their marketing material, use of their facilities, recognition within the venue itself, capacity to host team building exercises, tickets to their events and the ability to provide a 'Be a Gospel Choir in a day' package. "Help us to help others. We look forward to hearing from you". Contact: Sarah Rea, Marketing Officer. Address: Liverpool Lighthouse, Oakfield Road, Liverpool L4 0UF. Tel.: 0151 475 4062. Mobile: 07789 714698. Fax: 0151 260 4192. E-mail: Sarah.Rea@LJMGroup.org.uk
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The Living Well Trust is a local registered Christian charity whose work is based on the Raffles local authority housing estate in Carlisle. Its mission statement is taken from the Bible: "So deeply do we care for you, that we are determined to share with you, not only the gospel of God, but also ourselves", 1 Thessalonians 2:8. The Trust is in need of whatever sponsorship support it can muster to continue its charitable work throughout the community. The Raffles Estate has experienced a very difficult time over a number of years as a result, say the Trust, of a poor housing policy and unsocial behaviour on the part of a tiny minority of tenants, most of whom have been relocated away from the estate. The estate has seen demolition of many houses that became unoccupiable, and this in turn has provided a sense of instability. The area is one that meets the government's criteria for social deprivation and need and is classified as a key area for Health Action Zone status. Living in an area such as this has significant impact upon the residents and low self-esteem and self-worth are factors that are very evident and which in turn lead to other issues such as drug and alcohol dependency and crime. The work of the Family Centre, which opened in September 2001 in a converted Co-operative Foodstore, is wide ranging and spans most age groups in the community. Amongst a range of services offered to young people are a number of clubs for various age groups and a Youth Bus. Services provided to adults by the Trust are a Ladies Luncheon, a Ladies Coffee afternoon, parents and toddlers activities and a growing educational programme. Contact: Ruth Slater, Youth Advisory and Support Worker. Address: The Living well Trust, 19-23 Shady Grove Road, Carlisle CA2 7LE. Tel.: 01228 599426. E-mail: ruth@livingwelltrust.org.uk.
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Sponsorship is sought for a new hospital in Quito, Ecuador, that will provide healthcare to poor and uneducated people that cannot afford to pay for their hospital care. Quito currently does not make provision for people that don't have money to receive treatment. The project will develop in the future and some of the money will be used to teach people a trade and to educate them. The aim of the project is to tackle the issue of health and unemployment. Some of the money sought will be given to the Bible Text Publicity Mission who are a registered charity that displays biblical text posters which include a telephone helpline. Contact: Mr. Chris Turner. Address: 50 Forest Road, Romford RM7 8DT. Tel.: 01708 733293. E-mail: crismturner200221@yahoo.es.
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