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Ecclestiastical open nominations for Movement for Good

Do you know a charity which could benefit from some extra funding? Ecclesiastical's Movement for Good campaign launches today (May 6).

The Gloucester-based financial services group will give £1,000 to 500 charities in its first round of funding. Charities eligible for an award must be registered in the UK or Republic of Ireland and range from small volunteer-run groups to larger, well-known organisations.

Anyone can nominate a charity to win one of the £1,000 awards. And it's quick and easy to do.

You can only nominate a charity once and your nomination is identified by your unique email address. 

Your chosen charity can receive multiple nominations. So, the more support you can drum up, the more nominations your chosen charity will get and the greater their chance of winning.

You will need to be quick, as nominations close on Sunday, May 24.

There will be a second round of funding later in the summer, with more details released nearer the time. With the coronavirus situation constantly evolving, Ecclesiastical wants to use this second phase of giving to help charities in the most effective way.

To apply for funding, go to https://www.movementforgood.com 

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