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With the COVID-19 crisis currently happening, Julian House are on the frontline, helping homeless people through these difficult times. Find out more about their emergency appeal.

We don't want our publishing to be the only thing making a difference, which is why we choose a different local charity every year to support through fundraising and awareness campaigns.

This year we are supporting Julian House, a regional charity, initially set up to offer food and shelter to the homeless, now with over 40 different projects, accommodation sites and social enterprises across Bath, Bristol and the South West of the UK. Our fundraiser is now live and all donations are welcome.

To make sure we maximise our fundraising efforts, our charity team meets once a month to brainstorm new ideas and ensure everything for our larger events is going smoothly. The team represents a true cross section of our company, with representatives from all departments, and across the company hierarchy, giving everyone a chance to be heard and work to their strengths.

We get our reviewers involved too! Thank you to all who have chosen, generously, to donate their reviewer fees.

Over the years we have supported a variety of charities, and have done many different activities to help raise money. A recent history follows, including highlighted events over the years.

2019: The Green House
Our biggest event in 2019 was the 24-hour danceathon we hosted at The Green House.

2018: The Shannon Trust
Eleven members of our team walked the 16 miles from Horfield Prison to Mr B's Emporium in Bath to raise money for The Shannon Trust. Two of our staff members wrote one of the books in the Turning Pages series and donated the fees to the charity.

2017: Bristol Refugee Rights
Our team committed to completing a 100-mile cycle challenge using two static bikes, and everyone was so enthusiastic we ended up cycling over 200 miles!

2016: Unseen UK
We participated in Unseen UK’s #letsnailit campaign with our staff painting their nails neon colours for a week