Help Centre 33 Ely to bag a share of £10,000 funding

PUBLISHED: 15:44 05 March 2019

The team at Centre 33 Ely and East Cambridgeshire.

The team at Centre 33 Ely and East Cambridgeshire.


Centre 33 Ely is one of six charities that could receive a share of £10,000.

Hopkins Homes is holding an online vote to decide which charities will receive money from the Hopkins Charitable Fund.

The charity with the most votes will receive a £7,000 donation, second place gets £2,000 and third receives £1,000.

Centre 33 - which runs a drop-in twice a week and works with local schools and groups to support young people – is shortlisted alongside Blue Smile, Red Balloon, Home-Start Royston and South Cambs and Wintercomfort.

Swaffham Bulbeck-based charity Red2Green, which provides day opportunities for people with learning disabilities and living on the autistic spectrum, and supports people living with mental ill health, is also up for a share of the cash.

For more information and to find out how to vote visit

The vote runs until Friday March 15.

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