Bradford groups to share £6,600 from bank

Four good causes have been given a share of £6,600 from a high street bank.

The 2013 Lloyds Bank Community Fund is donating £3,000 to Home Start Bradford District, whose volunteers help children and families to have a better start in life.

The Blenheim Project, which works with homeless women and children in Bradford, has been given £3,000 which will be used to help service users become involved in its running.

The Dermatology Friends Of Chapel Allerton Hospital, a newly-formed Yorkshire-wide charity, is to get £300. And E:merge, which helps young people at risk or living in deprived areas, is also being given £300.

In total, 1,332 good causes will be given grants from the fund.

The public were asked to vote for shortlisted good causes before the money was divided up. Votes were cast online, in branches or by text message.


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