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Belmayne invites local charities to bid for funding

Ben Smalley (second left) with his fellow Belmayne Foundation partners.

Dronfield-based independent financial planners, Belmayne, are asking small local charities to get in touch if they would like to benefit from their fundraising next year.

The chartered firm wants to hear from organisations it can help through the Belmayne Foundation, which supports health and wellbeing and provides relief to those in need.

Belmayne partner, Ben Smalley, said: “I would love anyone who is passionate about a good cause and thinks the Belmayne Foundation could make a real difference, to contact us. We will be selecting four local charities to support in 2020 and would like to focus our efforts on organisations for whom our contribution can make an impact on the funds needed to achieve their aims and objectives.”

Belmayne has already raised more than £10,000 this year, which is being split equally between its 2019 charities. They are, Sheffield Riding for the Disabled, Neurocare, The Welcome Club in Dronfield and the 3rd Holmesfield Scout Group.

Tickets are now available for the Belmayne Foundation’s next fundraising ball, which will be held on April 25 2020. The black-tie event is fully funded by the firm, with all money generated going to its chosen charities. More than 100 guests attended the inaugural event earlier this year, raising in excess of £8,000.

Registered charities wishing to be considered for support from the Belmayne Foundation should contact Ben Smalley stating the nature of their work and how funds would be used.