The Nottingham Building Society is supporting Louth’s Sports Aid athlete Amber Moss by taking part in an ‘Olympic Draw’ to help raise funds for the rising athlete.
The 19-year-old fencer has recently won two senior British competitions and has been selected for the Junior World Cup Fencing event in Budapest in September.
Amber said: “It can be so expensive to travel to competitions up and down the country.
“So being a part of Sports Aid and having the support from The Nottingham Building Society has been really helpful.
“The money raised from the Olympic Draw will help fund my next competitions, I really appreciate all of their help.’
Sports Aid is a charity that helps the next generation
of British sports stars by giving them financial support with transport costs as well as funding for kit.
The Nottingham Building Society will be announcing the winners of the drawn on August 30.
Anyone who wants to help raise money for Amber and her sporting career can go into the Louth branch and take part in the raffle.