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The Centre for the Advancement of Interprofessional Education (CAIPE) is an independent charity, founded in 1987. CAIPE promotes and develops interprofessional education to improve collaboration between practitioners and organisations, engaged in both statutory and non-statutory public services. It supports the integration of health and social care in local communities. It is a membership body with some 300 members including organisations and individuals across the UK statutory, voluntary and independent sectors; and a growing international membership. It has expanded from its roots in Primary Care to include individual and organisational members in local government, higher education, and professional associations. CAIPE is a national and international resource for interprofessional education in both universities and the workplace across health and social care.
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We have 4,063 retailers to choose from and so far we've raised over £31 million for thousands of community groups, schools, sports clubs, small and large charities across the UK. Easy!
Kim Cowling - 1st and 3rd Kilmacolm Guides
easyfundraising has been great for us and so easy to use. Imagine being given free money just for online shopping! Since joining we have raised over £2,200.
Over £31 million raised
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140,000 good causes
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