Helping support disabled and disadvantaged kids in Lancashire

Helping support disabled and disadvantaged kids in Lancashire

27 Jun

By Clarissa Hearn

Cash for Kids is a network of local charities, set up by Bauer Radio. Operating across 21 areas in the UK, the each charity raises money from within its local communities to support disabled and disadvantaged children aged from 0 to 18 years. This includes grants from buying specialist equipment for children to enhance their quality of life, or donations to local charities and organisations to help them undertake projects and new initiatives.

Our Leyland, Poulton, Bolton, Preston and Southport centres are backing the Happy Street campaign. During the past few weeks, communities across Lancashire have been registering their streets.

A shortlist of five streets will soon be announced and each street, supported by one of our centres, will then embark on a variety of fundraising activities. The winning street, which raises the most money, will be rewarded with a Happy Street Party on Sunday 21st August.

Jamie, Are Manager for the North West at Protyre, said: “We’re always looking to support local initiatives and when we heard about this opportunity we knew it was something we wanted to get involved with. It’s a great campaign, which will be a lot of fun, and most importantly, will raise funds to support underprivileged children across Lancashire.”

For more information about Happy Street, visit http://www.rockfm.co.uk/happystreet

 

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Clarissa Hearn

Clarissa is the Marketing Communications Executive for Protyre. Managing Protyre’s social media, PR and events keeping up to date on the latest automotive news and activities across the UK.  

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