Customers from the Norton Lane store picked White Cross Netball Club. As a result, they were named winners in the Bags of Help incentive for the months July and August.
Lead Coach and Secretary Rebecca Hutchinson expressed her thanks saying she was thrilled they had won.
‘”We are thrilled with the award of £1000.00 and it will make a huge difference to our club. We are continually fundraising. This is so our players to be able to participate, enjoy and thrive in netball,” Rebecca said. “The money will go a long way to helping fund kit and dresses for matches.”
“Thank you so much to the customers at Tesco who have supported us in this project. We could not have done it without them.”
Since launched 38 projects voted on in Tesco’s Beverley store have received £132,000 from Bags of Help since 2016.
In Beverley, a number of projects have benefited from the scheme. These include the charity Go Kids Go! and also local Primary schools Molescroft Primary School and St Nicholas Primary School.
Furthermore, some 1207 projects in Yorkshire and The Humber have received a total of £4 million since 2016.
Tesco says the scheme is permanently open for applications. Organisations like schools, sports clubs, charities and community groups are all being urged to apply.
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