Nominate us for £1,000 donation this Christmas

Nominate us for £1,000 donation this Christmas

Posted 11 November, 2021 at 10:59

Author Jessica McClory on behalf of In Sues Name


Hopes for the future can be changed in under a fortnight!

For 12 days – as part of their movement for good – the wonderful team at Ecclesiastical Insurance Group will be making £120,000 in donations to charities to help them deliver their vital work.

By nominating a registered charity, not-for-profit organisations, or community interest company in the UK, Republic of Ireland, Channel Islands or Isle of Man, you are entering them in for the chance to win £1,000 and potentially changing lives.

We know what a huge difference £1,000 and your support can make. With enough nominations, we could receive a £1,000 donation from them to help us continue our fight against brain cancer.

Nominate us now: https://movementforgood.com/12days/index.php?cn=1164236&ct=health

10 winners will be drawn at random each weekday and nominations will remain open until midnight the day before each draw. Draws will take place each weekday from 6 – 21 December 2021.

£1,000 can help us fund vital research into the causes, treatments and cures for brain cancer and help us protect families from the devastating loss we suffered.  

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In Sue’s Name was founded in 2014 by David Taylor in memory of his beloved daughter Sue Blasotta, who died in 2011 of brain tumours. Sue was devoted to her husband Joe and their children Sasha and Daniel. She adored her career, first in recruitment with Reed Employment and then caring for ch...

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