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There is little over two weeks left to apply for The People's Millions.
It's a partnership between ITV and the Big Lottery Fund where the public help decide which local community projects get up to £50,000 of National Lottery Funding.
Voluntary and community organisations, schools, local authorities, health bodies and branches of organisations and partnership in the North West can apply.
The deadline for applications this year is midday on 16th May.
Click here to apply online.
The People's Millions is back and this year we've got another four big cheques worth up to £50,000 each to give away in the North West.
This year we are looking for applications from a range of organisations or community-based projects that will improve the lives of people in the local community.
You could be a Voluntary or Community Organisation, a School, a Local Authority, a Health Body, a branch of an Organisation or a Partnership.
You can enter any time between now and noon on Friday May 16th by visiting The People's Millions website or calling 0845 0 10 11 12.
Each call to the application line costs up to a maximum of 3p per minute plus an additional 14p set up fee from a BT residential landline.
Calls from other networks may be higher and from mobiles will be considerably more.
Entrants must be 18 or over. Lines close on Friday 16th May 2014 at midday. Calls made after the closing time will not be counted but may still be charged.
ITV and the Big Lottery Fund are offering four cheques up to £50,000 to projects in the Granada region that improve the lives of people in their local communities.
We're looking for applications from a whole range of organisations or community-based projects.
You could be a voluntary or community organisation, a school, Local Authority, Health Body, a branch of an organisation or a partnership.
You can enter any time until noon on 16 May 2014.
Since its launch nine years ago, The People’s Millions have awarded:
- £31million to 599 community projects
- 3.3 million votes cast by members of the public
- 76 awards this years worth a total of £3.8million
- Each grant worth up to £50,000