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Success Stories

Check out some of the stories below to view the latest MADL news and see how Nisa retailers are making a difference within their local communities.

J&H Local Making a Difference for local young people

Sunderland’s Youth Almighty Project received a £300 donation from their local convenience store recently towards the services it provides to young people in the community.

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Nisa’s charity donation helps rowing club to grow

A significant donation made recently by Nisa’s Making a Difference Locally charity will help Chester’s oldest rowing club to attract new members.

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Proudfoot supermarkets support seven local causes

Seven good causes in the Scarborough area have received charitable donations from Proudfoot supermarkets this month towards the respective services they provide to the community.

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Nisa’s charity holds event for winners of £100k giveaway

Winners of a £100k competition to mark the 10th birthday of Nisa’s charity attended a celebratory event in Leeds yesterday.

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Gwilliams Scouts out local group to receive charity donation

A local Scout group will benefit from a £150 boost from their local convenience store this month to help fund new equipment and upkeep of their Scout hut.

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Proudfoot supermarkets support Scarborough RNLI with £250 donation

Scarborough RNLI received a donation from Scarborough retailer Proudfoot this week to help fund the vital service it provides.

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Tickhill retailer named Nisa’s ‘Community Champion’

Family-run grocery store Taylor’s of Tickhill was named ‘Community Champion’ by Nisa’s charity this month.

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Newby & Scalby Library bag a donation from Proudfoot supermarkets

Newby and Scalby Library and Information Centre received a cash boost this week from Scarborough retailer Proudfoot to fund replacement bags for their home delivery service.

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Nisa’s charity raises £10m for local communities

Nisa’s registered charity, Making a Difference Locally, has raised over £10m for local communities, it was announced today.

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