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Please ask your local Sainsbury’s store to support Epilepsy Action

19 May 2009

Sainsbury's is promising to create more than 500 partnerships with local charities across the UK. With your help, Epilepsy Action could be one of them.

Each Sainbury’s store and depot will choose their own charity. The store staff will support the charity throughout the year by volunteering and fundraising.

The charities will be chosen from the nominations received by customers at each store. There will be a nomination box at the front of your local store to receive recommendations. Whether you shop in Sainsbury’s or are just passing a store, please can you spare a few moments to go in and nominate Epilepsy Action?

The deadline for nominations is 26 May 2009 so there’s not much time, but we’d be grateful if you are able to help. To find out where your loal store is, please visit www.sainsburys.co.uk/storelocator or telephone 0800 636262.

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