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Conference Care appointed by the National Deaf Children’s Society

Julia Green, Account Development Manager at Conference Care for the National Deaf Children’s Society
The National Deaf Children’s Society, the UK’s leading deaf children’s charity, has appointed Conference Care to continue providing venue finding services. Conference Care has worked in partnership with the charity for 10 years.

The National Deaf Children’s Society runs family weekends across the country to give parents of deaf children and young people the opportunity to meet and talk to others about their experiences. Conference Care provide a zero cost venue sourcing service for these vital events, as well as making an additional donation at the end of each year.

Matthew Coleman, Fundraising & Events Executive at the National Deaf Children's Society, said: “Conference Care has been invaluable in helping us source user friendly locations for our family weekends. There are 45,000 deaf children and young people in the UK and these weekends are often a lifeline. The team at Conference Care have dedicated their time to building an in depth knowledge of our needs. We are delighted to be continuing our work with the company.”

Julia Green, Account Development Manager at Conference Care, said: ‘Conference Care makes a positive difference to the National Deaf Children’s Society - our relationship has gone from strength to strength and we are absolutely delighted to have been awarded the contract. We look forward to supporting their teams throughout the UK as the relationship develops – it’s what we do!’

Conference Care works closely with the National Deaf Children’s Society’s Head Office in London, as well as Regional Offices in Birmingham, Cardiff & Glasgow.

Pictured: Julia Green, Account Development Manager at Conference Care for the National Deaf Children’s Society

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