TG Lynes is supporting its local community of Enfield by giving good causes the chance to win a facilities makeover through its Helping Hand campaign.
Charities, community groups, clubs and sports teams in North London have less than a week to enter for a chance to win the £15,000 prize pot.
Andrew Ingram, managing director of TG Lynes, said: “Our Helping Hands campaign is a fantastic way for us to support good causes and make tangible difference in our local community.
“We have had some excellent entries already and it is going to be a tough job for our judges to pick our two recipients.”
One winner will secure £10,000 worth of product and labour to benefit its building, while a lucky runner-up will receive £5,000 of product and labour.
“Time is running out for groups to get involved and put themselves in contention. We’ve made it really easy to apply and we look forward to hearing from more good causes before Monday’s deadline,” said Ingram.
Any group or organisation based in the Enfield vicinity – extending south to Hornsey, north to Hoddesdon, east to Epping and west to Barnet – is eligible to enter.
This is the second year TG Lynes has demonstrated its support for its local community through Helping Hands, with Friends of Firs Farm and Teens Unite splitting the £15,000 prize equally last year.
TG Lynes stocks industry leading brands and supplies thousands of products including valves, steel and sopper tubes and fittings, drainage solutions and supporting systems and tooling. They also have an extensive plant hire service is also available.