Here are this week's charity champions - April 8 2019

Let's take a look at what the Lancashire community has been doing to support others

By Natalie Walker
Tuesday, 9th April 2019, 1:01 pm
Updated Tuesday, 9th April 2019, 2:44 pm
Chicago Town, in Leyland, raise funds for Comic Relief
Chicago Town, in Leyland, raise funds for Comic Relief

Well done everyone.

Chicago Town donated more than 300,000 pounds to Comic Relief, raised through a business donation, fund-raising by the employees at the Leyland and Leeds office, and donations from customers too
8 teams took on Age UK Lancashires annual 25 mile Canoe Challenge from The Hand and Dagger in Treales to Water Witch in Lancaster, aiming to raise 4,000 pounds

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Members of Preston's Promise donated bags of food to to Noor Food Bank, Noor Street, and to Street Kitchen who feed rough sleepers three times a week at Preston market.
Parishioners from St Marys parish, Leyland, raised 680 for Cafod as patr of the charity's Lent fund-raising campaign.
Service Care Solutions, Preston, donated 4,000 to Derian House; St Catherine's Hospice; Space Centre Lancashire MIND and Alzheimer's Society
B&M Waste Services, in Preston, donated 3,000 to the Lily Mae Foundation, in Birmingham, which supports bereaved parents and grandparents.