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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.

Nisa Local Makes a Difference for Cliffdale Primary Academy

The Nisa Local store on Copnor Road in Portsmouth has donated £300.

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Nisa colleagues support local causes with £80,000 in donations

Colleagues at Nisa’s Partner Support Centre in Scunthorpe have nominated local causes to receive almost £80,000 in donations.

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Proudfoot supermarkets support Scarborough Ladies FC

Scarborough Ladies FC have received a charitable donation from Proudfoot supermarkets this month, to help with training local parents to become football coaches for the club.

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Butlin’s resorts raise £2,533 for Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity

Butlin’s resorts in Bognor Regis, Minehead and Skegness, and their official supermarket partner, Nisa, have combined to raise £2,533 during 2018 which will be donated to the Great Ormond Street Hospital Children’s Charity.

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Nisa Local store supports Children with Cancer

The Nisa Local store on Hindmarch Drive in East Boldon has supported Children with Cancer with a donation of £704 this month.

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New hospice mascot to be launched at Christmas Fair thanks to charity

A North Lincolnshire hospice is set to reveal its brand new mascot at its Christmas Fair, thanks to a generous donation from a retail distribution giant’s charitable organisation.

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Nisa Local Featherstone Makes a Difference for Featherstone Lions ARLFC

The Nisa Local store on Priory Road, Featherstone has donated £800 to Featherstone Lions ARLFC through Nisa’s Making a Difference Locally charity.

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Nisa raises £40,000 through charity’s collecting tins

Nisa retailers have raised £40,000 for local causes through Making a Difference Locally charity collecting tins sited in their stores.

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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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