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High Sheriff’s Fund will help Rutland’s young and elderly

High Sheriff of Rutland Miles Williamson-Noble. Photo by Peter Alvey.

High Sheriff of Rutland Miles Williamson-Noble. Photo by Peter Alvey.

Rutland residents are urged to dig deep and donate to charities that provide facilities for young people and help the elderly in need.

The High Sheriff’s Fund will raise money over the next 10 months for charities including Warning Zone, which provides risk awareness training to young people, elderly people suffering from isolation or poverty, as well as volunteers helping children’s charities or vulnerable elderly.

Applications for grants will be invited in January.

The High Sheriff of Rutland Miles Williamson-Noble raises funds through social events, sponsored activities or donor contributions .

To run a sponsored event for the Fund contact the High Sheriff at LRCF, 3 Wycliffe Street, Leicester, LE1 5LR to agree endorsement.

To donate directly, visit www.llrcommunityfoundation.org send cheques to the above address, payable to High Sheriff’s Fund.

The High Sheriff’s Fund is managed by the Leicestershire and Rutland Community Foundation. For details call Katy Green on 0116 2624804.

 

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