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For over 170 years since, we have continued to adopt the philosophy of supporting communities.
Nottingham Panthers player Ollie Betteridge helped present a £250 donation from The Nottingham to a local charity that supports vulnerable people in the Mansfield area.
Alongside prioritising support for our members and teams, our response to coronavirus has included tripling our planned charitable donations for the first half of 2020 to £100,000.
The Nottingham has joined forces with community engagement specialists EVERFI to create a flagship employability programme, which further develops the building society’s existing careers support work and aims to help young people achieve their ambitions.
The Nottingham Building Society is teaming up with Nottingham charity The Wolfpack Project for a month-long focus on a growing problem – loneliness in young adults.
The Nottingham are proud to have made a trio of donations that lay the foundations for ongoing support for those who need it most.
A quartet of outstanding young role models from across the country have been named The Nottingham’s Innovative Young People of 2020.
The Nottingham decided to lend a hand where we could this year with a series of donations to brilliant charitable organisations across our heartland.
A Nottingham Building Society donation of £10,000 to BookTrust will help bring a smile to the most vulnerable children in our communities over the festive season.
The Nottingham Building Society has scored again in the community with a £5,000 donation.
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