Candis Charity Challenge

PrintTake part in the 2014 Spring Candis Charity Challenge – a fantastic initiative in which we give away a £10,000 donation to one of two charities! We need your help deciding where it goes so read the information below, decide who you’d like to win the £10,000 donation and get voting!

The charities going head to head for the donation are:

Anthony Nolan who will use the £10,000 to add 100 new people to its bone marrow donation register. Each new person on the register could potentially save the life of someone with blood cancer.

Stroke Association who will use the donation to help employ a support worker, specially trained to assist stroke survivors of working age, who need to regain their skills and confidence in order to return to employment.

Read this month’s issue of Candis to find out more about each charity and the fantastic project they are hoping to fund.

Decided who you’d like to see receive our £10,000 donation? The vote opens on Friday 21st March so come back here to your details and cast your vote. It’s that easy!

Voting opens on 21 March 2014 and closes on 4 April 2014.

Whichever charity has the most votes on the final day will receive our fantastic £10,000 donation and we will reveal the results right here at

Get voting! 

How buying a subscription helps: In 2014 Candis Club will donate a minimum of £250,000 from members’ magazine subscription revenue, via Gift Aid, to The Charities Aid Foundation. £250,000 has already been passed to health charities taking part in The Candis Big Give. Any additional monies will go to charities at the discretion of the General Committee of Candis Club.

We never forget that it is your subscriptions to Candis that have enabled Candis Club to give such huge amounts to charities over the years. Since 1962, the total raised is £54,591,388. Click here to learn more about the Candis story.

Leave a Reply

Please login or register to leave a comment.

Please wait while we process your request.

Do not refresh or close your window at any time.