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Passionate About People celebrates 20 years by supporting 20 charities

PUBLISHED: 14:37 15 January 2018 | UPDATED: 14:37 15 January 2018

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The Passionate About People 20:20 campaign is a year-long charitable movement that celebrates the Groups’ 20th year anniversary, starting in January 2018

What is the PAP 20:20 campaign?

The Passionate About People Ltd 20:20 campaign is a year-long charitable movement that celebrates the Groups’ 20th year anniversary, starting in January 2018.

The aim of the campaign is to make 20 donations to 20 charitable organisations throughout 2018, raising money through various events and occasions. The donations will equate to a minimum of £1,000 per charity, a total of £20,000.

Why are we implementing the 20:20 campaign?

We believe that contribution to local communities and charities is an extremely important aspect as a socially responsible Group.

We believe that our 20th Year anniversary, in 2018, provides an excellent opportunity to drive a year-long campaign that will benefit both the local community, and communities that are close to us, as a Group.

How are we choosing the charities?

By the end of January 2018, we will choose 20 charities and/or charitable organisations that we will be donating to throughout the year. The process is simple - using an online form, you are able to nominate a charity as a contender for this campaign.

The criteria for organisations that can apply for inclusion are as follows:

–Charity/charitable organisation has to be based in Gloucestershire or surrounding counties OR the charity/charitable organisation has a connection with a PAP employee

–An organisation (not necessarily a registered charity) that would really feel the of benefit a £1,000 donation

Nominating a charity:

Anyone can nominate a charity to be part of the year-long campaign, this can be done quickly and simply all we need are some basic details about the charity, the reason for nominating them and your contact details.

Submit your charity nomination here.

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