Thanks for taking the time to visit the HourManchester JustGiving page. To find out more about the whole project please visit www.hourmanchester.com
**Please note gift aid cannot be applied to donations if you making a donation to get a copy of this book. **
The Hour Manchester book is finally here. The 'big reveal' took place on Saturday 17th of November at Kraak in Manchester where we unveiled which photographs had been chosen to represent Greater Manchester.
You can now make a donation of £15 (per book) on our page here to get your own copy of this fabulous book. ***Buy your copy today***
**Please note gift aid cannot be applied to these donations. **
When you donate, simply UNTICK the box that declares “I am not donating on behalf of a group, company or someone else and I am not getting a ticket, product or service in return for my donation.
Leave your email address and we will be in touch to arrange delivery. If you are based in Manchester city centre, we will deliver the book to you or you are welcome to come pick it up from us. All donations made to buy the Hour Manchester book go directly to The Prince’s Trust so please encourage your friends and family to buy a copy (or lots of copies!) . Don’t forget to spread the word…
The Hour Manchester team are putting all our efforts into raising over £10,000 for The Prince's Trust. The Prince’s Trust run programmes that encourage young people to take responsibility for themselves – helping them build the life they choose rather than the one they’ve ended up with.
We've been lucky enough to meet some of the fantastic ambassadors of the Trust who have benefitted directly from the Trust's hard work, and have seen first-hand what a difference this charity makes in turning lives around.
There are more than one million young people in the UK not in education, employment or training, if we can help just one of them through this project we'll consider it a success.
We understand that requests such as this are made on a regular basis, but a small contribution on your behalf would have a disproportionate positive effect on young people's lives.
A big thank you from Hour Manchester!