Tuesday, 29 November 2011

Fwd: RBS CommunityForce - The results are in

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From: CommunityForce <communityforce@eml.rbs.co.uk>
Date: Tue, 29 Nov 2011 10:37:09 GMT
Subject: RBS CommunityForce - The results are in
To: "dafthermit@gmail.com" <dafthermit@gmail.com>

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Dear Andy

As you will know, in July this year we launched CommunityForce and asked local
charities and projects to take part and apply. In September, we invited members
of the public to get involved and vote for the projects and charities they felt
were making a big difference in their communities. In total more than 90,000
votes were cast for over 1,000 projects across Scotland.

We are delighted to tell you that the winners have now been announced. Visit
rbs.co.uk/communityforce to find out if the projects you voted for have won a
£6,000 CommunityForce award.
http://e.rbs.com/?RREwFUGFkktmDC2vb-6oCPiCht4OtbDCR&http://communityforce.rbs.co.uk/

How else can I get involved?
You can continue to support CommunityForce by volunteering for many of the
charities and projects that applied this year. If you would like to volunteer
it's easy to get involved. Explore the full range of projects and see who is
looking for help near you here.
http://e.rbs.com/?RRJwFR4FkrRmw1jW4-XoCPiChq4OYbD1R&http://communityforce.rbs.co.uk/volunteering/

We're also delighted to announce that CommunityForce is working with
Localgiving.com to help provide a sustainable future for local charities and
community groups, by making it possible for you to find and give to these
projects. To find out more about Localgiving.com click here.
http://e.rbs.com/?eREN.U49Iktk6N2tneXodPwChqLOYbD1e&http://hq.localgiving.com/RBSCommunityForce

Thank you for continuing to support CommunityForce.

Yours sincerely,
Fraser Kennedy
Senior Manager, Community


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Looking to volunteer?

Find out about volunteering opportunities in your area by visiting
rbs.co.uk/communityforce
Want to donate?

Visit Localgiving.com to find projects in your area
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