Win £150 for the charity of your choice!

  17 OCTOBER, 2016
Win £150 for the charity of your choice!

Our #ChangingLives social media competition is back for the last time this year and with a £300 prize fund available, it’s better than ever!

Last year saw the launch of our #ChangingLives social media competition, which was designed to celebrate everything that can have a positive impact on someone’s life - no matter how big or small. It was so successful that we decided to run it again this year, giving away hundreds of pounds to numerous well-deserving charities throughout the course of the year. At the end of the competition, which is the very last chance to get involved this year, we’ll be giving two lucky winners £150 to donate to the charity of their choice.

All you have to do to be in with a chance of winning £150 for the charity of your choice is tell us on Facebook or Twitter (@_NovusSolutions) the name of your chosen charity and what it’s doing to change lives.

The winners will be selected at random at the end of the month.

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