Original Factory Shop seeks chosen charity

14:54 25 December 2012

North Devon good causes invited to apply to become the Ilfracombe store’s charity partner for 2013.

THE Original Factory Shop in Ilfracombe is on the look-out for a local good cause to be its chosen charity for 2013.

As part of its ‘Make A Difference’ community campaign, the store will then run a fund raising programme with a minimum target of £500 to be raised throughout the year.

Any organisation wishing to apply to receive support from the store must fill in the form available via The Original Factory Shop’s Facebook page. Closing date is Friday, January 11.

Launched in 2009, the ‘Make A Difference’ campaign has helped raise more than £280,000 for hundreds of UK charities to date.

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