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Leeds raises funds for Variety this November

Leeds Building Society is supporting Variety, the Children’s Charity by selling its pin badges throughout November.

The Society’s branches are offering the distinctive gold heart badges for a suggested donation of £1 until Wednesday 30th November 2016. 

Colleen Ettridge, Head of Fundraising at Variety, the Children’s Charity, said: “We are delighted that staff and members of Leeds Building Society are again supporting Variety through a pin badge campaign.

“Buying one of these character gold heart badges will help Variety to continue giving disabled and disadvantaged children the chance to live a better life in childhood.”

Graham Binns, Leeds Building Society’s Head of Branch Network, said: “We are very pleased to be supporting Variety, the Children’s Charity with their pin badge campaign.

“I am confident this appeal will catch the imagination of our colleagues and customers. 

“The pin badges are available now in our branches, for a suggested donation of £1, until the end of the month.”

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Notes to Editors

Pictured L-R are Natalie Gray-Christie, Michelle Capell and Joe Abrahams.

Pictured L-R are Natalie Gray-Christie, Michelle Capell and Joe Abrahams.

Pictured, L-R, in the Society’s Head Office branch are Natalie Gray-Christie (Customer Service Adviser), Michelle Capell (Branch Manager) and Joe Abrahams (Customer Service Adviser).

Leeds Building Society has 65 branches throughout the UK, Gibraltar and Ireland and assets of £14.9bn (at 30th June 2016). The Society has operated from the centre of Leeds since 1886.