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Redbridge Salvation Army receives £10,000 grant from National Churches Trust

Monday, January 20, 2014
1:06 PM

The National Churches Trust has accepted the Redbridge Salvation Army’s application for a £10,000 grant to fund major project work at the centre.

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The donation is “one of the first” by the trust to the Salvation Army, who will use the money to build a new kitchenette, a main hall and also provide a job club and other community activities.

A trust spokesman said: “We awarded the grant just before the new year - it is up to them when they claim the money.”

The project is one of 45 being funded by the National Churches Trust.

The spokesman added: “The Salvation Army made a particularly strong case to help the community.”

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