Funding for my new website – it won’t cost you a penny

I have applied to the Arthur Guinness Projects for funding to develop my new website. you can read all the details and vote on  https://www.arthurguinnessprojects.com/food/able-2-access-ireland. You can vote once a day every day until August 23. Please vote for me as often as you can spare the time and pass the word around. Thanks in advance. I really appreciate your help

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