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10th December, 2019

Nomination for Chambers at the Forever Manchester Awards

Chambers has been shortlisted for the Employee Engagement Award by a charitable partner of our Nine Lives Fund, Forever Manchester.

Richard Price, a founding member of the Fund said "We are delighted to have made the short-list for this wonderful award. Jean Mills and all the Forever Manchester team have given Nine Lives huge support over the last 10 years. Through our partnership, Chambers has been able to support hundreds of worthwhile charities, projects and community groups and the fundraising actives of all our members, staff and colleagues mean we have raised in excess of £100,000.00. We are very much looking forward to strengthening our relationship with Forever Manchester over the next decade, working together to make a real difference to the lives of people in Greater Manchester."

The winner will be announced at the Forever Manchester 30th Birthday Party due to be held on 7th February 2020.



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