Vote for us and help us win a share of £9,000!

HeartofEssex

We have been nominated for the Brentwood Gazette and Essex Chronicle’s Heart of Essex Awards so you can vote for Helen Rollason Cancer Charity.

The 20 groups with highest number of public votes will go forward to the judging panel who will decide who wins a share of the £9,000 prize money and / or a year of editorial support!

Your vote could make a big difference in helping us to continue to support people living with cancer  – so please vote for us! Our voting code is 1031.

There are 2 ways to vote.

By coupon: You can find the voting coupons in the Brentwood Gazette on 13th, 20th & 27th July and in the Essex Chronicle on 14th, 21st & 28th July.

The information on where to send them is also in the paper. Please remember to include our voting code 1031.

By text: Simply text EC HEART, our voting code 1031, plus your name, postcode and email address – eg EC HEART 1031 (your name) (postcode) (email) – to 85100.

Texts will cost £1.00 per text plus one standard network rate message.

Please ask your friends, neighbours and colleagues to vote for us too – thank you!

The closing date is Monday 8th August.

Thank you for your support

 

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We are calling on everyone in our community to play a vital role in helping us to fundraise which will allow us to continue enabling quality of life while living with cancer.