Do you know a local charity who would benefit from a donation from intu Potteries
Published on 24/04/2015

intu Potteries is inviting local registered charities from Staffordshire and South Cheshire to apply for a project based donation.

Every year intu Potteries donates funds to local charities. Last year they donated to: Relate, The Grocott Centre, Dyslexia Association, Bentilee Volunteers and Citizens Advise Bureau. intu Potteries is also supporting a Community Trust Enterprise project scheme with Stoke City Football Club.

Marketing Manager, Sandrine Rutter, said “We are especially keen to hear from local registered charities who can tell us exactly how they would spend the donation. This could be anything from using the donation to buy a vital piece of equipment or to fund a local initiative. Our community engagement has a focus on helping disadvantaged young people and we would particularly welcome applications from charities working in this field.”

Download an information form or to receive one by post or email please contact The Marketing Department, intu Potteries, Centre Management Offices, PO Box 485, City Centre, Stoke on Trent, ST1 1PP, phone: 01782 289822 or email

The closing date for receipt of completed applications is Friday 14th August 2015.

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