3 September 2010


Today Paritor launched its search for a charity of the year 2011. The company who have always supported charities are looking to give more back to the community by supporting a Charity of the Year. Paritor is looking for a charity that will share the company’s core objectives and mission.

The software house has worked solely with educators in music and the performing arts for 15 years, and is the leading provider for local authority performing arts services in the UK. In this inaugural year, the chosen charity will be the focus of Paritor’s fundraising efforts for 12 months and will come on board in Jan 2011.
The charity of the year will be the most high profile partnership for Paritor and now the invitation is there for organisations to make their pitch for a time in the spotlight. The nominations can be put forward by either trustees or advocates for the charity. The charity’s nominations and statements will then be added to the Paritor website where it will be up to clients and members of the public to vote. Voting will be closing 30th November. The “winner” will be announced at the beginning of December.

Simon Dutton, Managing Director at Paritor said: ‘This will be our first year of having a “Charity of the year” and it will be a brilliant opportunity for our staff and the local area to get involved in volunteering and fundraising initiatives. We hope the 12 months from Jan will see an inspirational and rewarding partnership develop’.

Charities that would like to know more about the selection process for charity of the year are advised to visit www.paritor.com or to speak to Jodie Vickerstaff, Marketing and PR for more information JodieVickerstaff@paritor.co.uk .

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