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More than £300,000 has now been given to community groups in Northamptonshire to help deliver food aid, essential shopping and support the homeless during the coronavirus pandemic.
The Northamptonshire Community Foundation, appeal started in March to help those most in need.Copyright: Northamptonshire Community Foundation
Mary Hollands, head philanthropy at the foundation, said: "It’s been truly overwhelming to see the incredible generosity of so many people in the last month.
"From businesses match-funding their employees; fundraising efforts to families getting involved the 2.6 challenge, everyone has really got behind our appeal.
"Your support means we can stand with the amazing groups and organisations supporting the most vulnerable in our society during this crisis and for that, we are truly grateful.”
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