Maidstone Citizen’s Advice Bureau which serves Hollingbourne is seeking the support of local residents in order to raise £35,000 from Natwest.
Mr Bonny Malhotra, CEO of the the Citizen’s Advice Bureau which is based in in Bower Terrace in Maidstone with branches in King Street, Headcorn, Parkwood, and elsewhere in the Borough writes:-
We have been shortlisted for the current round of the Nat West Skills and Opportunities Fund.
Our project we’d like your support for is Make it count. Through it, we aim to reach targeted residents and families living in isolated rural locations within the Boroughs of Maidstone and Tunbridge Wells, to improve their financial resilience and capability. We will provide training sessions to a total of 500 residents in the rural areas of both Boroughs and will operate primarily in outreach community settings.
The public voting site is now open at http://skillsandopportunitiesfund.natwest.com/vote/. The vote will close at NOON on Friday 5 May 2017.
Thom Kenrick, Head of Community Programmes said: “At NatWest we know that we can make the biggest difference when we help people help themselves. All our shortlisted projects have so much to offer people in their communities, so we’re asking the public to get behind the good causes that matter most to them.”
We need your support so please vote for us and get your friends and family to support us as well. Thank you in anticipation.
For more information about Maidstone Citizen’s Advice Bureau please go to http://www.maidstonecab.org.uk/
The Bureau is a registered charity and largely depends on support from Maidstone Borough Council, Government Agencies, other charities, donations, and support from other organisations such as Natwest.