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Grab your community a share of Comic Relief's pounds 50,000.

THE Birmingham Mail h l Comic Relief to give aw land community groups Red Nose Day Communit of pounds 500 to pounds 1,000 are availa organisations in Birming are doing great work to help living tough lives.

If this sounds like you, sure you apply for a grant in the application form sh online at www.birminghmail.net.

With the help of the Bi mingham and Black Coun try Community Foundation, we'll make sure the money reaches those who need it most.

Sue Wicks, Comic Relief's UK grants manager, said: "From our long experience of making grants in communities all over the UK, we know that local groups are able to make a hug impact heir with a f mon ''By Nose D ash fu ope to t he rgani or a g o wo people eel m in th nity," she added.

Do your bit on Red Nose Day RED Nose Day is coming and everyone in Birmingham is being asked to do something funny for money. lives here in Birmingham, across the rest of the UK and in Africa.

The money you raise will be spent by Comic Relief to transform Do your bit on Red Nose Day, Friday March 18. You Y can find loads of fundraising ideas at rednoseday. com.

HOW YOU CAN APPLYING for a grant couldn't be easier. Simply complete the grant application form shown online at www. be included. The closing date for applications is 9am at the latest on Tuesday March 15, 2011.

birminghammail.net.

Full details of where to send it and terms and conditions will also However, it is advisable to forward your application form and supporting documentation to us as soon as possible prior to this date.
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Date:Feb 22, 2011
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