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Keighley charities vying for slice of £140,000 cash fund
2:10pm Friday 4th October 2013 in News
Major Keighley charities are among 14 organisations across Bradford district vying for cash from a £140,000 fund.
Bradford-based Sovereign Health Care will share the cash among the groups through its Good All Round Awards.
But the proportion going to each group will depend on how many votes they receive from local people.
The organisations include Haworth Riding for the Disabled and Keighley-based housing advice and support agency Keyhouse. Also on the list are Bradford Disability Sport and Leisure, which runs clubs in Keighley, and Cancer Support Bradford and Airedale.
Sovereign is one of the UK’s longest-established providers of healthcare cash plans to individuals and businesses.
It is providing the £140,000 to mark its 140th anniversary, in addition to its annual £500,000 donation to charities.
Visit goodallround.org to vote. Results will be announced during a ceremony on November 19 at the National Media Museum in Bradford.
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