Horsham shoppers have until Wednesday to vote for their favourite local charity at Sainsbury’s.
The Worthing Road store is on the lookout for its next local charity partner.
The winner, to be announced in June, will get a year’s worth of fundraising and awareness from Horsham Sainsbury’s.
Last year’s charity, The Springboard Project, received a total of £3,235 in donations.
Su Parrish from The Springboard Project said: “Working with Sainsbury’s Horsham over the last 12 months has made such a difference to our cause.
“We’ve raised a fantastic amount which we’re using towards our inclusive roundabout which children of all abilities and levels of mobility can enjoy.
“This is due to be installed on the 3rd June, during volunteer’s week.
“We’re now looking forward to working with Sainsbury’s Horsham on future opportunities.”
Sainsburys Horsham store manager Derek Boarer said: “Our work with previous local charity partners over the years has been really successful in letting our customers have their say.
“We hope our customers can take the time to vote in the coming weeks and give a local charity that’s close to their hearts the chance for us to support them.”
Nomination forms and a drop-in box are available in-store.
Customers can also nominate online, either by downloading a voting form from Sainsbury’s website at www.sainsburys.co.uk/localcharity or by emailing their nomination to firstname.lastname@example.org