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Plea to support YMCA Norfolk in national awards vote 

YMCA Norfolk has been shortlisted for four awards in the 2019 National YMCA Youth Matters Awards and it is asking for your support to help showcase their work across the country.

Marketing and Fundraising Manager, Susie Knights, said: "We need your support to showcase the amazing work of YMCA Norfolk to the whole of England and Wales and beyond. We have been short-listed in four categories: Health and Wellbeing, Young Leader of the Year, YMCA of the Year and Family Work Project of the Year.

"Although the ceremony isn’t until November, the public vote is only open for two weeks – until August 26. Please make sure you vote for us under each award (links below) – and also share with your family and friends and encourage them to vote too. It literally takes just a few minutes and every single vote counts.

"We will also be launching a social media campaign across our all of our platforms – Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn – so please look out for these and  share them."  
Health and Wellbeing (Youth Provisions)
Young Leader of The Year (Charlie Smith)
YMCA of the Year
Family Work Project of the Year (Families Team – Rapid Response)
Pictured above are some YMCA Norfolk staff.


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