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Published: 00:00, 23 April 2014 |
Updated: 10:55, 23 April 2014
Could your charity or good cause benefit from a little extra money?
The Mall Chequers, in Maidstone town centre, has pledged to split £5,000 between ten initiatives that benefit the community.
Now that the money is available the shopping centre is encouraging people to make their nominations as soon as possible.
The building’s marketing manager Suzie Brindle recently raised money for Cancer Research and the Milly Moo Right Now Foundation by tackling the Dirty Dash obstacle course and says she is keen to help other charities too.
She said: “Having raised over £400 by taking part in the Dirty Dash recently I am keen to help ensure the £5,000 charity pot of cash we have available from The Mall Chequers helps all the other good causes locally too.
“It couldn’t be simpler for the charities to have the chance to benefit from the hundreds of pounds we have to donate.
“Don’t delay and nominate today!”
To nominate a group, good cause or charity email Suzie.Brindle@themall.co.uk.
Each entry should provide information on the work the charity does, how it will benefit from the money and how it could work in partnership with The Mall Chequers.
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