SoGlos launches search for 2019 Charity of the Year

With 2018 nearing the end, SoGlos is on the hunt for a new local organisation to be named our charity of the year for 2019.

Local organisations interested in teaming up with SoGlos as our official charity of the year 2019, can now apply.

Continuing the 11th year of SoGlos , we’re on the lookout for one Gloucestershire charity to become our official charity of the year 2019, with a host of promotional benefits in store for the chosen organisation.

Dedicated to spreading the word about the wonderful work the charity does, SoGlos’s support includes complimentary advertising, expert write-ups from our journalists and social media support, as well as benefitting from our own fundraising efforts, for example.

In 2019 we have supported the fantastic Cheltenham Animal Shelter as our charity of the year, as well as Gloucestershire Young Carers, Cobalt and the James Hopkins Trust in previous years. We’re now delighted to open up this unique opportunity for 2019.

To apply, please email a brief description of what your charity is all about to becky@sopublishing.com by Friday 30 November 2018.

© SoGlos
Friday 02 November 2018

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