Recycling charity looking to GRAB grant

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Argyll and Bute recycling charity GRAB is asking for your vote.

GRAB has been entered for the Ecclesiastical Insurance 12 Days of Giving grant, which gives £1,000 to 10 charities, every day for 12 days, but they need nominations to get it.

To nominate, visit ecclesiastical.com/12-days and nominate the GRAB Trust, which not only provides activities in relation to recycling but also hosts beach cleans.

The Ecclesiastical Insurance website said: ‘Nominations remain open until midnight the day before each draw, with those charities not drawn carried over to the next. The more nominations a charity receives, the greater the chance of them winning. So make sure you encourage your family, friends and work colleagues to nominate too.’

Take a minute to help an important charity in this season of goodwill.

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