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Citi's 10th e for education campaign to support Place2Be

Place2Be is delighted to have been selected as one of thirteen charities to benefit from Citi’s 10th annual e for education campaign, now for the fifth year in a row.

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Citi’s 10th annual e for education campaign will run from 5 September to 31 October. During this time, they will donate a percentage of proceeds to thirteen non-profit partners.

Citi employees will also participate in several outreach events with Place2Be across the campaign, including with students from Place2Be schools.

The e for education campaign was created in 2013 by CitiFX to raise awareness and funds for education-focused non-profit organisations.

Over the last decade, the e for education initiative has raised over $56million for non-profits worldwide, supporting over 31,000 schools and enriching the lives of over 758,000 students.

A child’s mental health is as important as a child’s physical well-being and should be treated as such. That is why we are pleased to have Place2Be included in the Citi e for education campaign. The valuable service they provide is helping to create a future where all young people get the mental health support that they need when they need it. Nadia Arafa, Global Campaign Manager for Citi e for education
Citi continues to be an invaluable partner with the incredible support of their e for education programme. We are delighted to participate in the campaign's milestone 10th year of supporting better education for children. Place2Be continues to rise to the challenge of creating more mentally healthy school environments, ensuring better learning outcomes for all pupils. In the academic year 2020/21, 65% of children's difficulties had less impact on their learning after having counselling with Place2Be, reducing the negative impact mental health difficulties can have on their education. Jacqui Segal, Director of Fundraising at Place2Be

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