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The Light Fund now open for charity proposals

Charities have until Tuesday, November 20 to make their submissions online.

The licensing industry charity, The Light Fund, is now accepting applications for funding from any registered charity organisation whose beneficiaries are children, women or men.

Charities are now being invited to put forward distinct projects that they would like The Light Fund to consider funding.

Charities have until Tuesday November 20 to make their submissions online, via The Light Fund website.

There are a few stipulations, which include that the projects should benefit children and/or adults, are capped at a cost of £5,000 and should be completed in 2018.

The Light Fund committee will meet in early December to vote on which of the submitted charitable projects will be supported. Those who are successful will be informed in mid December and receive the funds by the beginning of January 2019.

It’s been another strong year for fundraising activities for The Light Fund. This includes a staggering £230,000 which was raised by the team of 70 cyclists who took on the Bristol to Dublin challenge in June.

The final official fundraising event of the year will be the popular Southern Light Fund Quiz Night, held once again at The Emirates on Thursday, November 15. You can download a booking form by clicking on this link.

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