The U.K. licensing industry charity The Light Fund raised £12,000 at its recent St. Patrick’s Day fundraising event.
The Light Fund, the U.K.-based charitable organization of choice for the licensing industry, has raised £150,000, which it will disperse to 30 different charities.
The U.K. licensing industry took over the Emirates Stadium’s Royal Oak room Nov. 19 and raised more than £15,000 for charity at The Light Fund London Quiz.
Licensing industry charity, The Light Fund, is now accepting applications for funding from any registered charity organization that benefits children, women or men.
Twenty cyclists from the licensing industry prepped for Licensing Expo by biking on Blue Diamond in the outskirts of Las Vegas, Nev., Sunday morning.
The U.K. licensing industry charity The Light Fund, is planning a number of new fundraising events, after raising more than £90,000 in 2014.
Licensing industry professionals raised £12,000 for the Light Fund charity at the 8th annual quiz night in Manchester, England, March 19.
U.K. licensing executives Anthony Temple (Rainbow Designs), Alicia Davenport (DRi) and Stephen Gould (CPLG) have organized a Miffy & Friends Charity Cycling Challenge.
The Light Fund, the U.K.'s charitable body for the licensing industry, has named 16 beneficiaries for the more than £90,000 it raised in 2014.
Brand Licensing Europe is teaming up with a number of charities this year, including the Battersea Dogs & Cats Home, which will provide the event's first-ever mascot.
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