Rewards being offered to Honiton do-gooders

PUBLISHED: 14:20 23 August 2013 | UPDATED: 14:25 23 August 2013

Charitable residents can be nominated for a deserved treat.

Honiton charity champions and good deed deliverers are set to be rewarded by a local oil supplier as way of thanks for their efforts.

Pace Fuelcare, located on the Airfield Industrial Estate, Honiton, has launched the campaign and is currently looking for local unsung heroes to be noticed and rewarded.

Whether it’s a selfless local volunteer who gives up their free time to help others or someone who has raised vital funds for charity, the company has set its sights on also making a difference.

Steve Morgan, Pace Fuelcare Regional Manager, said: “We’re sure we have plenty of great charity champions in Honiton and we can’t wait to find out more about these people who go above and beyond to make a difference to others.

“Offering a reward is our chance to give something back to the people who add so much to this community.”

Nominations are being welcomed for the local charity champions who are worthy of a special reward, whether it’s a treat for them, a donation to a charity of their choice, or both.

To nominate, email bursary@pacefuelcare.co.uk, describing the person being put forward, their email address, what they’ve done for charity and why they deserve to be rewarded in no more than 200 words.

Full contact details of both nominator and nominee should also be included so the Pace Fuelcare team can get in touch.

The closing date for entries is Friday, 30th August 2013.

Terms & Conditions

- Rewards will total £200, whether the winner requests a charity donation, a treat or both.

- PR activity may take place about the reward and by applying for a reward, each nominee gives permission to participate in PR activity.

- Donation receivers must be able to submit photographs to show how the reward has been spent, whether this is a cheque presentation to the charity or a photograph of the recipient claiming their reward.


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