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Can you help Armley Helping Hands net £2,000?

Armley Helping Hands has been shortlisted to receive funding of £2,000 from Provident’s Good Neighbour Community Programme, writes Dawn Newsome.

If we win the regional awards the cash will be used to support the charity’s transport service, an essential service to our older people in the community.

Please spread the word, vote and share! It only takes three minutes and you don’t even have to give your details.

Votes can be made here until Sunday, 26th June.

Armley Helping Hands is a registered charity supporting older people.


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