A request for applications for the Sixth Atul Pathak Community Awards
On behalf of Appt Corporation, I am writing to invite you to recommend applicants on how to apply for the Sixth Atul Pathak Community Awards to local charities or community groups working in your ward and borough. The aim of the Community Awards is to support and recognise the work of those who give so much to their communities. If you know of any such groups, please do recommend this to them so that they can apply.
The successful applicants will be given their awards in the House of Commons at an event in June.
The Community Awards are run through Appt Corporation, which co-owns and runs 37 McDonald’s restaurants located across London and Berkshire, employing over 3,000 staff. The Awards are a well-deserved opportunity to celebrate the work of local charities and community groups. In addition to winners receiving a grant of up to £3,000 they will also be able to benefit from a year-long partnership with their local Appt Corporation-run McDonald’s restaurant.
At Appt Corporation we believe that operating a business and being socially responsible are inseparable. We see it as our duty to give something back to the communities we have been building strong relationships with over the years.
As a councillor in one of the boroughs in which we operate, you will be only too aware of the many groups working in your community that could benefit from a Community Award and what it entails. We would be grateful if you would pass on details of the Awards to any local charity or group you think may benefit. Details are available from the Appt Corporation website at: https://www.apptcorp.com/community-awards/
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