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Total Networking donation kick-starts fund-raising at new Grantham Sunrise Rotary Club




Left to right, Grantham Sunrise Rotary members Ian Brodie, Maggie Welton, Andy Cleverdon of Total Networking and Andre Finney
Left to right, Grantham Sunrise Rotary members Ian Brodie, Maggie Welton, Andy Cleverdon of Total Networking and Andre Finney

Grantham’s new Sunrise Rotary Club has been presented with a cheque for £460 by Total Networking.

During a recent meeting of the breakfast time Rotary club at the Eden House Hotel, their new charity account was boosted by the generous donation from Total Networking, raised from their Casino Event at Christmas.

The local networking group supports small and medium local businesses. Andy Cleverdon who made the presentation to Grantham Sunrise Rotary, said: “Although we support local business we don’t raise money on a regular basis, and it was right that the money we raised should go to a worthy cause.

“One of our members is involved with Grantham Sunrise Rotary and it was agreed that the money raised would be especially welcome to the new club. We are delighted to support their charity and wish them luck in the future.”

On receiving the cheque, Andre Finney, president of Grantham Sunrise Rotary, added: “This is our first major donation and will go into our new charity account.

“We are extremely grateful to Total Networking for this money which will kick-start our fund-raising activities to the benefit of our local community. We are actively looking for new members and will charter as a new Rotary Club by mid-year”.

Contact with Sunrise can be made by phoning Andre Finney direct on 07810 042200



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