£200 boost for Anglia Co-operative's Token of Support appeal

PUBLISHED: 16:50 19 April 2013 | UPDATED: 16:50 19 April 2013

Deputy store manager Sue Bird and colleague Avril Garner urge you to make your token of support count for the 1220 (March) Squadron of the Air Training Corps or March and Museum by dropping it in one of the special in-store containers.

Deputy store manager Sue Bird and colleague Avril Garner urge you to make your token of support count for the 1220 (March) Squadron of the Air Training Corps or March and Museum by dropping it in one of the special in-store containers.

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HUNDREDS of Cambs Times readers have helped to generate a cash windfall for two March causes.

The Token of Support community fundraising appeal launched in the Cambs Times by the town’s Anglia Co-operative foodstore in Badgeney Road is going so well that even more money will now be shared between the store’s chosen causes - March Air Training Corps and March and District Museum.

Customers are given a token every time they shop and are asked to place it in a special box for the cause they wish to support – and, at the end of the promotion, the one receiving the most ‘votes’ will pick up a cheque for £300, with £150 going to the other.

Store manager Andy Ayres said: “There has been a great response to our Token of Support campaign – and because of that we’ve decided to increase the ‘kitty’ from £250 to £450.

“The campaign doesn’t close until May 12, so there’s still plenty of time for you to show your support to two very worthy March causes – and help one of them become £300 richer. You decide who gets what!”

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