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Nottinghamshire-based learning disability charity Reach is to launch its annual Big Give Christmas Challenge




A charity is to launch its annual Big Give Christmas Challenge.

Reach Learning Disability charity is gearing-up for an initiative that doubles its supporters’ Christmas donations.

The initiative runs for just seven days from Tuesday and aims to raise £25,000 for its My Place project, which focuses on supporting people in community life.

REACH client Oliver Martin attends the charity's Cafe in Balderton where he set up a board game session.
REACH client Oliver Martin attends the charity's Cafe in Balderton where he set up a board game session.

Funds raised will be used to deliver courses and activities across the charity’s Newark, Southwell and Mansfield centres.

Oliver Martin, a client of Reach, has benefited from its services and started a board game session at the Reach Café in Balderton.

“It is a good place to host the board game session because you can have tea and a slice of cake. It’s open to anyone who wants to come,” said Oliver.

To double your donation, go to https://bit.ly/34pOpjR

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