Cause ribbon appeal

Cause Ribbon Appeal

Our parental alienation awareness cause ribbon appeal runs throughout the month of April. Our grandparent alienation awareness campaign also runs throughout the month of June, with the 14th June being officially acknowledged as grandparent alienation awareness day. Not only do these causes raise awareness to the wider community but they also help us to raise integral funds for our event and future events around these issues.

If you would like to organise displaying parental or grandparent alienation cause ribbons in your local community, such as; in your place of work, local shop, café, restaurant or at your local school we ask that you display the box during Parental alienation awareness month (April) and/or Grandparent alienation awareness month (June) supporting the sale of our cause ribbons. All of the proceeds will help to fund our events, continue our vital work and campaigns.

Want to help?

To help with our cause ribbon appeal please complete the volunteer form

You can also order our cause ribbons, wristbands or any awareness products from our online shop

Volunteer Form

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Terms & Conditions

The post you are applying for is ‘exempt’ from the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 and therefore you are required to declare any convictions, cautions, reprimands and final warnings that are not "protected" (i.e. filtered out) as defined by the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended in 2013)
We recognise the contribution that former or ex-offenders can make as employees and volunteers and welcome applications from them. A person’s criminal record will not, in itself, debar that person from being appointed to this post. Any information given will be treated in the strictest confidence. Suitable applicants will not be refused posts because of offences which are not relevant to the role and which do not make them a risk in the role for which they are applying.

All cases will be examined on an individual basis, taking the following into consideration:
Whether the conviction is relevant to the position applied for.

- The seriousness of any offence revealed.
- The age of the applicant at the time of the offence(s).
- The length of time since the offence(s) occurred.
- Whether the applicant has a pattern of offending behaviour.
- The circumstances surrounding the offence(s), and the explanation(s) offered by the person concerned.
- ​Whether the applicant's circumstances have changed since the offending behaviour.

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