Tag: Making A Difference Locally

Nisa enhances convenience in Thurso

Nisa has unveiled the results of a £260k investment into one of its symbol stores in Thurso following an investment from a local retailer.

Convenience in brief | The latest news in the sector

Scottish Grocer takes a look at the Scottish convenience sector and brings together three news stories covering recent events.

Nisa’s £100k for charity

NISA is set to donate £100,000 to good causes to help celebrate the King’s Coronation. The symbol’s charity, Making a Difference Locally, will launch a fifth...
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Two gongs for MADL

Nisa’s charity Making a Difference Locally (MADL) scooped two awards in recognition of its good works.

Nisa raises one million

NISA donated more than £1 million to local charities last year through its Making a Difference Locally (MADL) charity.
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Two more for MADL

NISA has appointed two new trustees to the board of its Making A Difference Locally charity.
Nisa £1m donated Making A Difference Locally charity

Record breaking

Donations of more than £1m were distributed to charities and community groups across the UK last year through Nisa’s Making a Difference Locally (MADL) charity.

Nisa raises millions

MAKING A Difference Locally (MADL) has made a total of £11m since it was founded in 2008

Big raise for charity

Nisa charity initiative Making a Difference Locally boosted its income by over £500,000 during the last financial year .
Neil Turton, chief executive of Nisa, third right, and artists at the organisation’s Stoneleigh Park dinner present charity cheques to Age UK, Macmillan Cancer Support and Action For Children.

Nisa show presentations make the difference

CHILDREN, cancer patients and the elderly were the latest groups to benefit from Nisa generosity when the wholesaler and symbol group organiser’s Making A...
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For local and national good

NISA’s Making A Difference Locally (MADL) charity has donated £25,000 each to seven UK charities notching up a grand total of £175,000. Money was...