Which of these Norfolk charities do you think should receive a share of £10,000?

James Hopkins, (third from left), presenting a £10,000 donation to the top three charities in the Ho

James Hopkins, (third from left), presenting a £10,000 donation to the top three charities in the Hopkins Homes Cambridgeshire Charity of the Year vote earlier this year. Photo: Hopkins Homes - Credit: Archant

People are being asked to decide which three local charities should receive a share of £10,000.

Hopkins Homes, which is donating the money, has shortlisted six Norfolk charities people can choose from to win £7,000, £2,000 and £1,000.

The shortlist has been compiled by Hopkins Homes with the assistance of the Norfolk Community Foundation and focuses on key themes of homelessness and displacement, deprivation and vulnerable people. The charities chosen for the shortlist are:

• Age UK Norfolk

• Benjamin Foundation


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• Leeway

• Purfleet Trust

The public can find out more about each charity and cast their vote by visiting www.hopkinshomescharity.co.uk/norfolk

The voting will run until 5pm on Friday, December 1 2017.

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