Christmas is a time for giving ……… even in the United Kingdom

Over the years, I have supported a number of good causes and charities, and presently one of the businesses I work with supports over 2,000 of these organisations through a scheme called Community Fund Raiser.

It has become massively successful, since launched in 2004.

There are a whole range of award winning services and insurance is due to launch in 2016. 

Broadband – ADSL and Fibre
Mobile Phones
Mobile Broadband
Online Shopping and CashBack

And there are great deals on offer.

So if you are UK based and run a good cause, please ask for our information pack via the contact us tab and see how your one could benefit by creating an ongoing revenue stream?

Merry Christmas and Seasons Greetings to all.

Corporate Social Responsibility – fund raising ideas

Corporate Social Responsibility

A term coined some 40 years ago, and has had a direct positive impact on many. A WiKi link appears at the foot of the article and covers both legal and social issues.

Plenty of larger organisations set up a charitable arm or foundation to deliver support and funding for the less well off. Others prefer a straight donation to their charity often selected by staff. One of the companies we work with has seen the team members select Breast Cancer and Prostate Cancer UK as their recipients this year, and will see £200,000 raised for each. Last year, Make a Wish were beneficiaries.

However, one or two businesses are now recognising that giving can be provided, whilst spending, or even saving. It becomes a win – win for everyone concerned.

The challenge faced is how to make it seamless, but rewarding at the same time.

Combyne Group support in two ways:

Firstly, we work with and support a local company that provides retraining for those out of work, or who have personal issues, and help them rebuild their confidence, and then assist with securing interviews for jobs, whilst at the same time being paid for work within a customer service centre.

It works, and works really well, since the businesses using the customer service centre, also then fulfil some of their CSR responsibilities too.

Secondly, we help charities and good causes, often those who have not-for-profit status raise funds by helping their supporters reduce their outgoings. Then sharing the commission with the good cause.

Again a win – win; the supporters get a great deal and the organisation receives a growing source of new income each month.

Presently over 2,000 organisations raise funds this way across the country.

The latest is Mu Lung Wushu Ghoon (Wooden Dragon martial arts classes).

They like many others are struggling to raise money from the usual sources, and they realised they had to take action and raise funds themselves.
Mu Lung Wushu Ghoon have registered to raise funds through the brilliant Community Fund Raiser Scheme and promote a range of award-winning services, used both by residential and business customers in the UK.
So perhaps you would like to help this good cause by taking some of the services offered here and they will then be rewarded with a slice of commission.

If you would like advice on the range of services, then a call to 0800 131 3000 and quote appeal number J27710 will be the best way forward.

Typically, 100 people supporting Mu Lung Wushu Ghoon via the above link or any other organisation will create ongoing income of £500 per month. For Mu Lung Wushu Ghoon such income will be a life saver, since presently they are unable to afford to increase the number or range of classes run and this will change their whole outlook.

Alternatively, you might run a good cause and like to benefit from this scheme?

If so, a quick message to Laurence and I can arrange a PDF, which will explain more.

Here’s the WiKi, mentioned above.

Add to your earning portfolio in 2014

Seeking to meet people who would like to create new income streams on a part time basis. Working with an award winning FTSE250 company offering a range of services to the residential and business sector. Full training, full support, promotions and incentives are provided. UK wide. Works really well for existing businesses who have a client base and wish to market into same. 


So who are we seeking?

Socially able people People willing to learn Ambitious people People who are able to communicate Committed people

Does that sound like you or someone you know, then please read on ……

Our company is award winning, providing a range of services everyone uses at home and business, very importantly, there is training and support from the company, and the latest share option scheme is worth over £13,000. By the way, our latest year end results were at a new record. Pretty good for FTSE 250 at the London Stock Exchange.

So, would you like to know more?

Yes, well the next step is to watch a short video (about 3 minutes), and enter your details on screen and receive a document with further detailed information. It will answer some, but not all your questions, and that is where I come in.

In the meantime, here’s the video link:

Please make yourself a cup of tea or coffee, and sit down and watch.

You may never know this business could be the right thing at the right time for you with full training being provided at one of over 50 training venues across the country.

I look forward to speaking to you soon.

Best regards


Laurence Lowne
Group Leader
0795 789 0 757

PS I am only able to work with three new team members in January 2014 – could you be one of the three?

Here’s that link again:

Facebook are pulling the plug on free advertising

well not quite, but certainly has reduced the effectiveness of Pages Reach from 16% to less than 2%.

For many businesses that is quite a hammering.

Facebook being Facebook have offered a solution of paid advertising to replace this lost traffic and now many experts are suggesting businesses flood LI groups to continue their free advertising fix.

You can read more here:

I manage a number of LI groups and many are dead, a number of group owners will see this extra traffic as a boon, however, the challenge is this flood will look like a lot of spam.

I wonder how many other Group Owners and Managers are ready for this influx of unwanted traffic?

Separately, if you run a Facebook page, how will you counter this lost reach?

So what is your plan?

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