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10.04.15Vicky Ream

Ten members of the Act Now group took part in a leadership programme with Sony Senior Executives last month. Sony staff members flew in from across the globe to take part in the conference and spent the day working with members of the Act Now workshop programme.

30.01.15Vicky Ream

Cardboard Citizens Associate Artist, Terry O'Leary has been working with ESOL (English for Speaker of Other Languages) learners at the Bromley by Bow Centre as part of an eight day project with a group of women.

29.01.15Vicky Ream

Our Director of Projects, Tony McBride, has been working with a group from the Emergency Department from the Whittington Hospital.

19.12.14Vicky Ream

We are delighted to announce that we have been awarded strategic touring funding from the Arts Council, England.

16.12.14Molly

As 2014 draws to a close, two of our members reflect on the progress they have made this year with us.

11.11.14Vicky Ream

The hugely talented City of London Choir will be performing Carols by Candlelight on Sunday 7th December and the retiring collection is going to Cardboard Citizens!

04.10.14Stuart Grey

19.08.14Clemmie

Bernadette Koltai, who leads the London team at Luxury Hotels Group, will take part in IRONMAN World Championship 70.3 in Quebec this September. This gruelling triathlon involves a 1.9K swim, 90K cycle and 21K run.

13.08.14Clemmie

Today 15 employees from Capital Group volunteered to spend the day sharing interview tips and CV skills with some of our Citz members.

27.06.14Clemmie

On 7th June over 70 cyclists took part in Nightrider for Cardboard Citizens, and together managed to raise almost £50,000! Here's an article about it written for the Sedos Grapevine newsletter..

26.06.14Stuart Grey

Cardboard Citizens is seeking to recruit a Programme Delivery Manager and a Marketing and Communications Manager to join its dynamic, busy and fun team.

26.04.14Adrian Jackson MBE

Petia has asked us to choose our favourite Shakespeare quote - the idea of Choosing a single favourite quotation from Shakespeare is of course completely Invidious and impossible.

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