By Haddenham Webteam - 7th August 2017 7:30pm
Community Impact Bucks has launched a photo competition to highlight the great social action taking place across Buckinghamshire and to celebrate the inspirational charities and community groups and the difference they are making every day.
Local organisations are invited to submit up to five photos which capture the work they do and the people they help by midnight on 12 September to be in with a chance of winning one of three prizes, donated by sponsor Green Banana Marketing. These are: a 1st prize of a tablet/laptop computer, 2nd prize of £150 cash donation and 3rd prize of a half-day free marketing consultancy from Green Banana Marketing.
Caroline Hatton from Community Impact Bucks said, "This is the second year we have run the photo competition. It's a great way for us to be able to shine a spotlight on the amazing work done by our local charities and voluntary groups and a real opportunity for them to get recognition for the impacts they have on local communities."
Giles Robertson from sponsor Green Banana Marketing said "We are delighted to be the sponsor of CIB's photo competition. It chimes with Green Banana Marketing's passion and belief in helping charities and social enterprises to grow through powerful marketing, corporate partnerships and digital campaigns, assisting them in achieving a wider public presence. From planning to final product, we are happy to work with local charities to deliver longer-term project work."
Details on how to enter can be found on the CIB website.
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