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Vote for the supporters' charity of the year now. Choose between Fixers, Luton Community Housing, Keech Hospice Care and Luton Foodbank. Poll closes at 5pm on August 18th 2017. 

Vote for your supporters' charity of the year

This year, we're asking you to decide between four fantastic organisations, to become the supporters' official charity of the year. Poll closes at 5pm on the 18th August 2017. Simply make your choice between Luton Community Housing, Keech Hospice Care, Fixers and Luton Foodbank using the form below. 


 Luton Community Housing

Luton Community Housing

Luton Community Housing (LCH) is a not-for-profit housing association that supports local homeless, vulnerable and low-income residents and tenants, whether that be through providing Sheltered, Supported or Independent living. We have several hostels in Luton Town Centre for Mother and Babies and 16 – 65 year old females and males. Our primary aim is to provide homes with the highest standards but to also offer additional help and advice to meet the needs of all our individuals. More than that, we also provide social enterprise services such as Cleaning and Gardening to help local people get back into employment, a lettings agency for lower rents and a cognitive therapist service to support mental health in homeless residents. 


Keech Hospice Care

Keech Hospice Care

Keech Hospice Care cares for seriously ill children in Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Milton Keynes and adults in Luton and South Bedfordshire. Each year, we help hundreds of local families both at the hospice in Great Bramingham Lane, Luton, and in their own homes, schools and hospitals. Without the people of Luton and the surrounding areas, the charity wouldn’t exist. We rely on supporters to raise 70 per cent of the £5.6million we need each year to survive. Please support Keech Hospice Care - your local hospice. Vote for Keech and help us help more people when they need us most.


Fixers

Fixers

Fixers is a unique and innovative charity that helps young people speak out about the issues that matter to them, whether that is encouraging others to play football rather than getting involved in crime or raising awareness about mental health. Our team helps them to create a film, booklet, or even wristbands to share their message. We believe in young people, in the power of their voices and their experiences. A vote for Fixers is a vote of confidence in young people and their ability to bring about change in your community, helping themselves and others through a transformational process.


At Luton Foodbank, we believe that no one in our town should be hungry, and yet many individuals and families are living below the poverty line. Luton Foodbank exists to provide three days of food to those in need to help them survive. Last year we gave out over 8,000 emergency food parcels, that's just under 140,000 food items distributed in 12 months. Without the generosity of the people of Luton, we simply wouldn't be able to reach so many vulnerable people. Your vote will help us continue our work, helping make sure that no one in Luton goes hungry. Thank you.