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Nominate a Movement for Good

Nominate a Movement for Good

The insurance company, Ecclesiastical, is giving £1million to support charity projects that are helping to make a real difference in their communities, in awards of £1,000. There are three separate draws throughout this year. That’s three chances for your favourite charity to win a £1,000 donation.

£1,000 could make a real difference to the work we do at Disability Sheffield so please consider nominating us for their Movement for Good Awards. Your nomination could be the one that helps us win.

Our registered charity Number is 1112712 . If you would like to nominate uus please enter our details at Nominate a Charity.

Thank you so much for your support! The more nominations we get, the greater our chance of winning, so please spread the word. The closing date for nominations is 30 May.


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