Tough times

What do electric shocks and walking through fire have to do with A Little?  Earlier this year 5 friends got together and hatched a plan. Fed up with the grey London skies and spending another evening in the pub, they decided enough was enough, let’s tackle the toughest obstacles ever devised over 12 miles of mud, hills, blood, sweat and tears! Little did they know what they were getting themselves into. #gallery-1 { margin:... Read More

Rachel’s marathon

Guest entry from our good friend Rachel Louis – inspiring and impressive as always!   For the last year or so I’ve been running.  Initially because my Nike Plus app told me I was so fast I felt obliged to continue.  But by the time I realised my phone was lying and discovered how entirely average I am, it was too late.   On April 6th I’m going to Gai Paris for my first marathon. I’ve been preparing for race day for about... Read More

Anyway – that’s my donor’s story

Check it out, guest blog. Thanks to the following, uber-talented person who needs to be recognised as both passionate and considered in everything he does. Not only that, Duncan and Niki were the first ever donors of A Little Charitable Trust and therefore people who will always be very special to us. You can only be first once Duncan. And that was you. A few years ago my sister and I attended the launch of ‘A Little Charitable Trust’,... Read More

Pub quiz for good – 28 November 2012

Take two of our London pub quiz series is happening on 28 November 2012. The kind folks at Crate Brewery are opening their hearts, doors, brew and yummy pizza ovens to support our charity pub quiz. £5 per person, 7pm 28 November 2012. More info on Facebook. And with such a lovely poster (thanks Gareth), who wouldn’t want to come support us?    Read More

Getting the party started

On Tuesday, 22 March 2011 we publically launched a little charitable trust at Smith Bar in Britomart, Auckland. Surrounded by our favourite friends and family we briefly presented the story behind the charity. Our presentation was essentially broken down into two problems and two solutions. Bolivia is poor and opportunities for youth are limited; we’ve seen a project that works and is making a little difference in the lives of vulnerable youth... Read More

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