Community projects have the chance to win a facility makeover worth up to £10,000 with Johnstone’s Paint Community Spirit campaign.
Charities and community groups have until Friday, December 11, to enter the national competition.
The competition runs in conjunction with the Football League Trophy and all the clubs that enter will be invited to provide their backing for a community project in their area.
A panel of judges will create a shortlist of four finalists which will then be put to the public vote to decide the winner.
Richard Mazurkiewicz, marketing manager for Johnstone’s Trade, said: “After the success of last year’s Johnstone’s Trade Community Spirit campaign, we are delighted to be offering this fantastic opportunity for charities and community groups in Luton.
“There is no project too small, whether it be a rundown scout hut, a school in need of a makeover or a community centre requiring a lick of paint.
“Johnstone’s Trade has always maintained a strong commitment to working closely with local communities and this exciting campaign allows us to focus on that.”
Last year’s competition winner was MK Snap, a Milton Keynes charity that offers support to more than 100 people in the city with learning difficulties.
To enter the competition complete the application form at: www.johnstonestrade.com/communityspirit.