The Little Brothers of the Good Shepherd, Wolverhampton need your votes please for a new kitchen!

Chance to help secure a new kitchen at Darlington Street – we need your vote!

With a few clicks you could help us win a brand new kitchen and appliances!

The Little Brothers of the Good Shepherd are open 7 days a week to support all those in need, supplying food, showers, advice and basic provisions.  As well as making sandwiches for distribution on five days, twice a week we operate a dining room service for our clients to have a freshly prepared hot meal.

Last year we catered for and supported over 87,000 clients; so, as you can imagine, a chance to replace the very well used kitchen facilities at Darlington Street would be extremely welcome!

The opportunity has now arisen!  We have been chosen by Period Living magazine as one of 7 nominated ‘good causes’ in their Good-Will Award scheme.

We now need as many votes as we can to go forward to the next round.

You can help and support the Little Brothers of the Good Shepherd by voting for us at;  www.periodliving.co.uk/goodwill-award

Our kitchen is a very busy place, where sandwiches are prepared and meals cooked for our clients; so it would be wonderful for us to have the opportunity to win this competition and improve the facilities and equipment we use.

Public voting closes on 30TH MAY 2014 and we really need your vote!

Thank you for your support.

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