Voting has opened for the Aviva Community Fund and several projects in Milton Keynes are seeking votes.
The Community Fund offers support and funding to inspirational local projects.
Voting opened on May 1 and closes on May 30.
Among the organisations in Milton Keynes seeking funding are the Joint Civil Aid Corps, which helps build skills in young people, Age UK Milton Keynes for its Keeping Me Connected programme and The Harry’s Rainbow Charitable Trust, to pay for maintenance on a static caravan used for short breaks for bereaved children and their families.
Also nominated are Kingdom Power, The East of England Peer Support Service for the Spinal Injuries Association, Dwarf Sports Association south east region, Young Photographers at Slated Row School, Secklow Sounds CIC, Inter-Action MK, Shenley Christian Fellowship Oak Tree Centre and Salford School of Gymnastics trip to Canada.
Organisations securing enough votes will go through to the finals on June 29.
For more information or to vote,visit https://community-fund.aviva.co.uk/cms/