If you have ANY connections in Liverpool that you feel may be able to support our arrival in the city, please email Jane direct on email@example.com we will invite them to our launch in May. This includes potential Big Sisters; companies that would be interested in supporting our work; schools; FE Institutions; public sector funders; trusts and legacy funding organisations, women only networks and any movers and shakers who should know of our work.
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