The Times and The Sunday Times are authoritative, credible, responsible, trusted and a part of the nation’s cultural heritage. Campaigning is at the heart of what we do and our editorial investment allows top journalists to shine a light into dark corners.
Read more about The Sunday Times’ impact below.
Three charities will benefit from The Times Christmas Appeal launched this week. The first is the Ellen MacArthur Trust for children suffering from cancer. The trust has been helping young people come to terms with the impact of long-term cancer treatment so they can live a full life. This charity, founded in 2003 by solo long-distance sailor […]
Caring News UK staff have raised a whopping £10,000 for the Movember cause. Our Chief Commercial Officer Dominic Carter led by example in the Movember fundraising stakes, finishing on an incredible £5,320. Five staff from The Times had Designs on raising cash during Movember. Designers Dinesh Mehta, Mark Grayson, Andy Keys, Shaun Parkinson and […]
Over the last two years, our consumer champion Jill Insley – who writes our weekly Question of Money column – has got back more than £1.5m for our readers by going into battle on their behalf with banks, insurers and other firms which have treated them unfairly. For example, one reader, who is dying of […]
An exclusive big fashion sale shopping event at Somerset House hosted by The Sunday Times Style supported Smart Works, a charity that aims to build the confidence of women trying to re-enter the workplace after suffering abuse, addiction, homelessness or low self-esteem.
Campaigning is at the heart of what we do and our editorial investment allows top journalists to shine a light into dark corners. Award-winning correspondent Christina Lamb has covered violent conflicts from Syria to Nigeria where she found girls kidnapped by Boko Haram and gave them a voice in The Sunday Times The Sunday Times’ […]
Readers of The Times have donated £470,000 to the title’s Christmas charity appeal, 30 per cent more than during the same period last year. The donations will go to three charities: Care International The Royal Voluntary Service Dogs for Good.