Charity Needs Public Votes To Win Cash
6:58am 16th September 2014
A Dorset charity group are appealing for public support to get them a major cash prize.
Autism Wessex have been nominated for the Lloyds Bank Community Fund award, which gives money to community groups and
The charity are hoping to get enough votes to be among the four top causes in the South West, which would win them a grant of £3,000.
The charity's Emily Pike says the money would be used to improve advocacy services in the local area.
'The Advocacy and Advice Service is a lifeline to many parents, especially following diagnosis when families are often under immense strain.
We need to fundraise to be able to continue offering the growing number of people support and advice when they need it."
For more on the competition and how to vote, visit www.communityfund.lloydsbank.com