Froglife is urging local residents to vote for them in the Hopkins Homes Cambridgeshire Charity Vote with the hope of securing a grant of up to £7,000.
Shortlisted with seven other local charities, Froglife is vying to receive a share of a £10,000 donation from the award-winning housebuilder. The three causes with the most public votes will receive donations of £7,000, £2,000 and £1,000 respectively.
Kathy Wormald, CEO of Froglife said, “The vote is a fantastic opportunity for us to galvanise support from local residents for our work. We welcome any additional funding and should we be awarded the £7,000 donation it will make an enormous difference to our Green Pathways Project based in Peterborough.”
Joshua Hopkins of the Hopkins Charitable Fund said: “Covid has had a significant impact on the work of charities, both in terms of their levels of fundraising and the increase in demand for their services. Throughout the pandemic we’ve been working with charities throughout East Anglia to help them continue some of the essential services they offer in the community. The vote is an opportunity for the public to choose which charity they would like to see receive an extra funding boost. All the shortlisted charities offer important services to their communities and I wish them all the best of luck.”
For more information and to vote for Froglife visit: https://www.hopkinshomes.co.uk/charity-cambridgeshire-vote/
Launched Monday 28th June, the vote will run until 5pm Friday 16th July and the results will be announced soon after.
For more information about Hopkins Homes please visit https://www.hopkinshomes.co.uk/