Help Centre 33 Ely to bag a share of £10,000 funding
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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.
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For more information and to find out how to vote visit https://www.hopkinshomescharity.co.uk/cambs
The vote runs until Friday March 15.
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