Follow in the footsteps of two Wisbech causes and get your share of Almary Green’s £10,000 charity pot
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A pot of £10,000 is up for grabs for good causes as part of Almary Green’s charity programme.
This is the fourth year the Norwich-based chartered financial planners have run the scheme - last year. two Wisbech causes benefitted.
The Macmillan and Hudson Palliative Care group in Wisbech received £600 to fund the purchase of art and craft equipment and materials for their day care centre, while The Angles Theatre received a grant to enable them to provide a baby changing area and mains cool water dispenser.
The Almary Green Awards make grants of anything from £100 to £2,000. Potential recipients have until June 30 to put in their nominations.
Almary Green’s managing director, Carl Lamb, said: “I strongly believe that those of us who have successful businesses should do their bit to support those less fortunate.
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“The Almary Green Awards Fund aims to support local charities who depend on volunteers and fundraising to make a difference to their communities.
“The awards are aimed at the young, the old, the disabled and the disadvantaged.
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“We know that voluntary groups are struggling for funding in the current climate and want to do something to help.
“We are looking for nominations that contribute to the quality of life in a community, help the disadvantaged to reach their potential, significantly improve the facilities available to groups dependent on voluntary help and funding, or mark a particular event or milestone for a charity or good cause.”
Entry details at www.almarygreen.com/awards.