Supermarket seeking charity partner for a year
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A food store is searching for a charity to support.
Sainsbury’s nationally runs a local charity of the year scheme, and the Portishead supermarket wants to find a North Somerset cause to back.
Over the next few weeks shoppers can nominate deserving charities.
And then they will be able to vote a winner from June 13-26.
Paul Morrison, store manager, said: “There are so many fantastic charities in the area which do brilliant work in our community.
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“We’d love to hear from charities we haven’t supported before.”
Nominations can be given at the customer service desk or in writing to Sainsbury’s, Serbert Way, Portishead, BS20 7GA.
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