Wanted: Your votes for Cambs charities to receive a share of £10,000
- Credit: Supplied by Hopkins Homes
Seven charities working in Cambridgeshire need your votes to get a share of £10,000 being offered by a housing developer.
Hopkins Homes has shortlisted the organisations, focusing on the themes of homelessness and displacement, deprivation and vulnerable people.
Votes are now open for:-
- Age UK Cambridgeshire & Peterborough;
- The Soham Hygiene Bank;
- Stars, a Cambridgeshire-based bereavement charity;
- Cambridge Housing Society;
- Froglife’s Green Pathways, a Peterborough-based conservation charity;
- KICK which supports siblings of young offenders in Huntingdonshire; and
- Meadows Children and Family Wing, which supports victims of abuse in Cambridge.
Voting opens today (June 28).
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The three charities with the most votes when the scheme closes at 5pm July 16 will receive a share of the total.
The one with the most votes will receive £7,000, the second will receive £2,000 and third £1,000.
Cast your vote on the Hopkins Homes website.
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