Local businesses help 17 charities
A hefty handout from two local businesses is set to help causes across the region it has been announced.A total of £19,980 worth of grants from accounting firm, Lovewell Blake and property management company, Targetfollow have been awarded to 17 charities across the region.
A hefty handout from two local businesses is set to help causes across the region it has been announced.
A total of £19,980 worth of grants from accounting firm, Lovewell Blake and property management company, Targetfollow have been awarded to 17 charities across the region.
The grants were organised through the Norfolk Community Foundation who assist companies in deciding how the grants should be dished out.
It is the first time the two firms have used the foundation to make awards.
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Lovewell Blake awarded £1,250 to North Norfolk Different Strokes, £1,000 to Heartsease Community Project, £1000 to the Hope and Smile Club, £1,000 to Surviving Together, £930 to the Chermond Trust, £800 to the Marlpit Community Centre, £500 to the Benjamin Foundation, £500 to Lowestoft Shopmobility and £500 to The Autistic Way.
Targetfollow gave £1,500 to Community Action Norwich, £2,000 to Costessey Carers Support Group, £2,000 to Football in the Community, £1,630 to Loose Ends, £1,000 to Move On east, £500 to North Lynn Community Association, £1,870 to Sing Your Heart Out and £2,000 to Sprowston Day Centre.
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