We are Banking on Your Vote
We could access £6,000 of grant money, for the price of your vote.
ENKCA is the only Angus charity in the Royal Bank of Scotland’s Tayside wide short list for the RBS’ Community Fund grant. Our campaign to build a new Community Hub is nearing completion and we are working furiously to make good a £39,000 funding deficit before the final bill comes in!
ENKCA chairman, Stuart Wright said, “We are on a short list to win a £3,000 grant, but any award we receive is worth double to us. Because our Community Hub project has been approved for matched funding by the Scottish government’s Rural Development Programme, we could access a further £3,000 – giving us a total of £6,000, if we win. We will only win if people help us to secure the £3,000 grant by voting for us. Voting is open to anyone, RBS customers or not! Once the Hub is up and running, it will be an educational, social and business asset to the area, so it’s a great opportunity to get real value for the price of a free vote.”
RBS has selected three projects as potential recipients of a £3,000 grant. ENKCA is on the short list, one of three projects in line to receive a grant of £3,000 or £1,000. The project with most votes will win £3,000 while the other two get £1,000.
The public can vote online at https://communityfund.rbs.co.uk between 8th and 26th November or by picking up a leaflet at their local branch of RBS.