Vote for HRCC

Vote for HRCC at the Hatfield Peverel Co-op store, and the charity will be rewarded with a cash donation.

The East of England Co-op has introduced a token scheme across all of their food stores, giving local community groups and charities the chance to benefit from a share of a £1,000 donation.

HRCC has been selected as one of three organisations to gain from this venture; a collection box is in place at the front of the Co-op store in the Hatfield Peverel village for a maximum of three months, and residents – with a Co-op dividend card – can pledge their support for HRCC by picking up a plastic token at the till, and popping in into the branded HRCC collection box.

When the three month period is up the Co-op will divide the £1,000 between three local causes according to how many tokens each charity has collected; the HRCC box is already looking healthy but do keep these tokens coming and help to support people living with cancer.

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