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Preet Kaur Gill MP raises £460 for Open Door Counselling as part of BCG Grand National Charity Bet Campaign

Preet Kaur Gill, MP for Birmingham, Edgbaston, has raised £460 for charity as part of the 2024 BCG Grand National Charity Bet Campaign. 

Gill joined over 50 parliamentarians to place a charity bet on this year’s Grand National, with the UK’s biggest betting operators handing over all winnings to the MP’s charity of choice. 

The Edgbaston MP chose to donate her winnings to local charity Open Door counselling, based in Edgbaston. Open Door psychiatrists and counsellors started providing mental services to vulnerable young people across Birmingham and now serve people of all ages across the West Midlands. 

Collectively, parliamentarians raised more than £15,000 for various local causes. 

Preet Kaur Gill, MP for Birmingham Edgbaston, said:  

“I’m glad to have been able to take part in this campaign and donate money to Open Door. Open Door is a force for good in my constituency and across the West Midlands and I am proud to be supporting their work.” 

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