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Vote for Emmaus Bristol

Emmaus Bristol are currently working with My Favourite Voucher Codes in order to start raising funds and awareness for vulnerable and homeless people in Bristol this December. We are doing this by taking part in their December charity poll.


Every month the voucher code company holds a charity poll. This is where three charities can compete to win 20% of My Favourite Voucher Codes’ profits for that month. It is a great way for charities to both raise awareness and funds, while simultaneously giving their supporters a chance to play an active (and free)  role in the process.


The poll is completely free to take part and vote in, so make sure you get voting! Supporters can vote for free by visiting the My Favourite Voucher Codes website. The poll is located on the right hand side of every page on their site. When voting for your chosen charity you are in no way obliged to make use of the voucher codes on the site, however the more codes that are used that month will result in more of a donation going to the winning charity.


My Favourite Voucher Codes works with retailers such as Debenhams, Argos, Currys and New Look to bring its customers the best possible prices, so it is certainly worth having a peak at what they have to offer. Especially this close to Christmas.


My Favourite Voucher Codes has raised a spectacular £56,000 for charity since 2012, and they have no plans to stop building on this in the future. The whole company has been built with the purpose of being able to give consumers the opportunity to save money while raising money for great causes.


So make sure that you have your say in the My Favourite Voucher Codes charity poll this December and vote for Emmaus Bristol. We need your help to take care of the homeless, disadvantaged and vulnerable people in Bristol this Christmas!

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