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Together for good

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Neighbourhood Watch and The Soldiers’ Charity have announced a new initiative to bring neighbours together to share a meal while raising money for both charities.

Together for Good: The Neighbourhood Watch Big Curry will run for the month of September with supporters of both charities coming together to share a meal, swap their stories and build new friendships. Each meal will be a chance for supporters to give to each charity through small individual donations as well as getting neighbours talking to one another.

Events can be held on a small scale – taking place in someone’s living room with a handful of supporters to bigger events in a community hall where everyone in a street is invited, for example. The important thing is that people come together to get to know their neighbours over lovely food to raise money for two well-loved charities.

Will you commit to holding a Neighbourhood Watch Big Curry this September? 

For more information, resources and recipe tips visit: 

Help us spread the word by forwarding this email on to people who may be interested. Alternatively share our social media posts on Facebook and Twitter

Yours sincerely,
The Central Support Team at the Neighbourhood Watch Network
Message sent by
William Murphy (NHWN, Administrator, England and Wales)

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