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Vote now! New library funds!

Please vote for us! 

 

https://www.avivacommunityfund.co.uk/voting/project/view/4-2225

 

We need as many votes as possible to raise some funds for our new library.  

Vote for our school library in the Aviva Community Fund!
With your votes, Fleetville Infant & Nursery School has
the opportunity to win £15,000 towards the renovation
of the school library from the Aviva Community Fund.
Who can vote?
Spread the word! Anyone who is over the age of 13, lives in the UK and
registers on the Aviva Community Fund website with a unique email
address can vote (ten times!). Tell your friends, family, neighbours,
colleagues, hairdresser and the milkman!
The Aviva Community Fund gives funding to local projects that are
making a positive change in their community.
VOTING IS FREE AND OPEN NOW!
EVERY EMAIL ADDRESS CAN VOTE TEN TIMES!
(until 12noon 20 November)
How do I vote?
• Click here on https://www.avivacommunityfund.co.uk/voting/project/view/4-2225
• Confirm your account via the link in your email inbox
• Log into the Aviva Community Fund website and visit our project page
• Vote for us – ten times! – before the 20th November
• Share the link with all your family and friends – the projects with the most
votes will be assessed by Judges
What could this money do?
A new library is much needed but can't be met within school budgets. The vision
is of a modern library on a new mezzanine level, built above the dining room. It
will enable the children to develop their love of reading in a purpose-built space,
with beautiful displays of books, as well as much needed breakout zones and
quiet areas. This PTA project isn't just about raising money to benefit the
children right now, but also about leaving a legacy for the future children of
Fleetville. With this award from Aviva, the work could take place in 2019
We need over 10,000 votes to get to the finals, and we’ve
done the maths:
If every family and member of staff can register 2 voters, and
also get 2 of their friends to vote (and everyone uses their
allocated 10 votes) we’d be looking at
15,000

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