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Pryers team the ‘Pryers Ladies’  will be amongst the first in the country to use its own, unique personalised text code, PRYE55 to raise funds using JustTextGiving.

This is a brand new, free service for charities, and fundraisers that has no set up or fundraising costs for charities, no network charges for people making donations and every penny donated goes to charity.  Gift Aid can also be added to donations.

From today, supporters of Pryers Ladies can make donations of up to £10 by texting PRYE55 and either 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 10 to 70070 to make their donation.  The text message is free and all of the donation will be passed to Cancer Research UK.

Marie Brasnett-Mellor from Pryers said: “This is a wonderful way for us to raise money as it’s speedy, simple and spontaneous.  Most people have a mobile phone these days so we expect this to be very popular with our supporters.”

For further information contact Marie Brasnett-Mellor at Pryers on 01904 556600 or marie@pryers.co.uk

For further information about JustTextGiving by Vodafone please visit justtextgiving.co.uk

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