In 2015, I moved to Bristol to start my undergraduate studies. It was a shock to the system in many ways: the concept of all-night…
Cyclist Mike Durham is completing a 1,000-mile ride in memory of his late stepfather whilst fundraising for The Big Issue Foundation. The challenge will take Mike from Land’s End to John O’Groats over a strenuous 12 day adventure, climbing over 48,000ft – the equivalent height of Mount Everest and Mount Kilimanjaro combined!
We are absolutely ecstatic that our charity film 'How hard is it to sell The Big Issue' has won bronze at The Charity Film Awards. Thank you so very much for all those who supported us and voted; we are truly grateful!
Gisele Ryan, our wonderful trustee and director of our charity film 'How hard is it to sell The Big Issue' represented us at the Charity Film Awards.
We are thrilled that Degard is donating 10% of their proceeds from the beautiful Art Exhibition 'Celebrities and Icons?' at the Signet Contemporary Art 378 Kings Road London SW3.
We were deeply saddened to hear of the sudden passing of much loved Big Issue vendor Kevin Headley. The 52-year-old who sold the magazine outside Hackey Wick overground station for many years died on 5th May 5 following a suspected heart attack.
After cycling from London to Amsterdam for The Big Issue Foundation in 2016, Tim took on his second fundraising challenge this year raising over £6,000 through the Husky…
Last year, Big Issue vendor Garry trekked 190 miles to fundraise for The Big Issue Foundation and raised an incredible £495. This year, he is taking on an even bigger challenge and is trekking from Land’s End to John O’Groats. We are incredibly grateful that Garry has chosen to give back to TBIF by embarking on this 1,150 mile trek.
The Big Issue Foundation is adding three-tap mobile donation technology to its website, fundraising appeals, direct marketing campaigns, and collecting tins, thanks to a tie-up with cashless donations provider Thyngs.
We are very happy to announce that Bournemouth vendor Bill is moving on to a new career as a brewery tour guide at Southbourne Ales!
A former British Army medic, Bill spent several months living in a cave and then walking along the coast with his dog Chloe before becoming part of the Big Issue family.
This weekend saw the hottest ever London Marathon take place with record temperatures of 24 degrees. We had 7 incredible participants running for #teamTBIF this year and they all crossed the finish line which is a HUGE achievement – especially in the hot weather conditions.