Power Service Stations support local community by donating over £17,000

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Power Service Stations funding for the local community

Nisa supplied Power Service Stations have supported local projects and good causes through Making a Difference Locally (MADL) charity with £17,500 in donations for 7 local causes this month with its latest round of Heart of the Community Awards.

Power Bolney Service Station nominated Horsham Matters who won £3000 & Bolney Community Café Society who won £1500 The Heart of the community initiative enabled Nisa retailers to nominate a local community group to receive up to £3,000 of funding from Making a Difference Locally, with an emphasis on small charities and community groups supporting people living in crisis and helping them become more self-sufficient.

Horsham matters will use the funding for their hub on the move initiative whilst Bolney Community Café will use it for a new coffee machine to boost their sales and future income.

Financial boosts towards good causes

Claire Partridge Marketing manager for Power Service Stations said of the donation’s: “Supporting our local communities with the help of MADL is the best part of our job and we’re delighted that so many of our nominated charities have won the Heart of the Community Awards.

“Each charity will benefit from a much-needed financial boost to help them continue their essential work in supporting those in need. The donations are so timely as we enter a winter that is forecast to be difficult for so many.”

Andre Salvidge from Power Service stations said: “The Heart of the Community Awards is a brilliant way of boosting our donations to amazing causes. I can’t thank MADL enough for helping us, Independent Retailers, make a difference in our local community.

“We’re delighted that communities have benefited from donations as we know the funding given by independent retailers can make a real difference for smaller charities and community groups in particular, who rely on the support of local people and businesses to stay afloat.”


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