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    The Peoples Project nominations

    Its that time again when the National Lottery hold a voting contest to nominate local chairtites and clubs in your area for much needed funding and support.

    FUNDING GOOD CAUSES THROUGHOUT THE UK
    You’ve helped raise over £40 billion for over 565,000 projects

    To see the full list of amazing National Lottery funded projects direct on the site.

    The Link below is a Disability sports club dear to my heart Glasgow Gladiators which has many Members with MD in both the Wheelchair football group, Boccia and to develop a new ten pin bowling group. Please spare a few minutes to place a vote for our club which has made the final for much needed funding to keep us running and open to all disabled people of any age.

    https://www.lotterygoodcauses.org.uk/projects/view/glasgow-gladiators?context=vote&fbclid=IwAR2wKjDEbTdmA841KoMO6ruTK-Mbkt2oP8jMZaCM18fK6GsQUKhd6oQcULk

    Other entrants also featured on the main pages.

    """""""What doesn't kill you makes you stronger""""""

    Cat (Mod) Cat (Mod)
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    #180236
    Reply To: The Peoples Project nominations

    Such a good project.

    People are quick to dismiss the lottery as a waste of time without knowing about initiatives like this.

    I like to think of it as an optional tax which can go towards a great cause – with the added off chance you could win a million quid.

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    #180248
    Reply To: The Peoples Project nominations

    Your so right. So many good causes like this all over the country only survive with the support from Lottery or companies. From grass roots kids sports, The Glasgow Gladiators Disability sports club to animal charities.

    """""""What doesn't kill you makes you stronger""""""

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