Movement for Good Awards open for nominations!

Movement for Good Awards open for nominations!

Posted 3rd June 2021

Ecclesiastical, a financial services group that exists to give its profits to charity, open Movement for Good nominations.

Designed to give eligible charities registered in the UK and Republic of Ireland the financial assistance they need to keep making a difference, a total of 500 charities stand to gain a £1,000 donation during phase one. The second phase of giving will be announced later this summer. It’s quick and easy to nominate. Just visit movementforgood.com, click ‘nominate now’ and our charity’s details. 

You can nominate the National House Project for a £1,000 award. The more nominations we get, the greater our chance of winning - please spread the word.

The National House Project - Charity Number: 1179743

The closing date for nominations is Sunday 13 June 2021. 

Thank you for your support!

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