By: admin_dcb On: October 10, 2018 In: dcb blog Comments: 0

Save the Date

October 31st at 12.15 – 1pm 

A lunchtime event to introduce you to our charity partner Forever Manchester, you can expect it to be a spooky do. 

Where? Print Search Ltd, Westinghouse Road, Trafford Park, Manchester, M17 1PJ

to Victoria Hart at
Phone 0161 786 4401 


We’re all tied in some way to the city we love, so why not help us support it and the communities around us? 

Will you join us for a lunchtime event on the 31st October? A relaxed event where you can meet representatives from the charity, including Captain Manchester, as well as a representative from a local project that can talk to you first-hand about the work Forever Manchester are doing.

In case you haven’t seen him in the city or on the news, Captain Manchester “is the friendly caped crusader with an affinity for Forever Manchester; encouraging connections and kindness in our communities”

Also, meet Jean Mills and James Hampson from Forever Manchester who will give a brief talk on the great work they do and why they are so passionate in supporting the community in Greater Manchester.

Forever Manchester is a charity that raises money to fund and support community activity across Greater Manchester. Helping local people do extraordinary things together. Funding and supporting a huge range of activities that help young people, older people and disabled people, as well as homelessness, sports, environmental, education and cancer support projects. As you can probably tell we are extremely proud to be supporters of them over the next few years.

Come and learn more about the charity, what they do and how you can get involved. We’ll also be selling some treats for you to take back to your office with all proceeds going to Forever Manchester.

Trick or tweet?

We understand together with busy schedules and prior engagements not everyone will be able to make it. So, we invite you to take part in ‘trick or tweet’. We know how important exposure is for charities, the more people that are aware of the work being done, the more they can do to carry on their great work.

So, will it be trick or tweet? Simply let your followers, or your wider internal team, know a bit more about Forever Manchester…