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We’re doing it for Framework
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Community Inc CIC are set to launch their Young Black Jobseeker’s guide, an offshoot of their already successful Ready to Work programme after receiving a donation last year.
On 27th June, we’ll be match-funding donations and fundraising up to £1,000 for partner charity Framework.
Charles Sylvanus-Jones raises £175 for SportsAid athlete cyclist Charlotte Broughton in biking marathon.
As part of our mission to bring archery back to Nottingham we attended the Superhero Picnic at Wollaton Hall on 14th August.
Are you inspired by Doing Good Together? Luckily there are lots of ways that you too can join in and help support our local communities.Here are our Top 5 things that you can do:
Customer Adviser Michelle Stocks from Louth is getting some mileage under her belt… in training for next year’s London Marathon!
Our branches have been having ‘fun in the fens’ and using their heads to raise smiles and cash from customers to support their SportsAid swimmer, Liam Knight.
Framework is a brilliant organisation working to help homeless people in the local community. We’re proud to give them our ongoing support – and help people like Mark gain a new sense of security and...
Thanks to everyone who supported our branches at their recent events to raise money for charity SportsAid!
This year’s Cash for your Community campaign with The Nottingham Post and Leicester Mercury is almost at an end with a record number of votes.
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