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ORGANISATIONS that have the best interests of their community at their heart have been shortlisted for the Chronicle’s Let’s Do It Awards.
We had a great response to the call for nominations and our judging panel of Chronicle editor Adrian Seal, Barclays Gloucester Road branch manager David Ohl, and Barclays Premier relationship manager in Hammersmith Andy Green met to choose the finalists. They are:
Age Concern, Kensington and Chelsea
Grove Neighbourhood Centre
The Chronicle teamed up with Barclays to run the awards. Barclays is giving a Barclays Money Skills Award of £1,000 cash, plus training in money management and two runners-up prizes of £500 each.
A team of Barclays staff will also volunteer their services to the winner for a day, along with a grant of up to £750 for its project.
David Ohl said: “The team of judges were privileged to read the entries highlighting the great community work that is taking place in the Chronicle's readership area. Congratulations to everyone who nominated their favourite charity, you are all winners.”
Finalists will be invited to a presentation next month when the winners will be announced.