The Community Chest Appeal, a joint initiative between The Evening Times and Taylor Wimpey, is set to hand out grants to groups and organisations to help improve lives.
The lucky groups could receive a share a share of our £2500 community chest cash fund.
Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, which builds new homes across the area, has teamed up with The Evening Times to launch our Community Chest Competition.
But now we need you to nominate a local charity or community group, which you think is a deserving cause to receive a cash boost.
We are looking for people, groups, schools, football teams, or any organisation, that make a difference in the local community.
You can fill in a nomination form on our website or send your suggestion to us in the post (details on the left).
Audrey Ross, sales and marketing director for Taylor Wimpey West Scotland, said: "We've always tried to support the local communities in which we build which is why we've decided to launch our Community Chest Appeal in association with The Evening Times.
"Our joint judging panel will select the top three causes that we feel are in most need of our support in the form of three cash awards - £1,250, £750 and £500.
"By launching this appeal we hope to be able to help three great causes so we're really looking forward to receiving nominations."
Previous winners of the Community Chest Appeal include RNIB Scotlandand VILD Services, in Bishopbriggs, who secured £500 to enhance their new sensory garden.
In June, the Lochmaben Pipe Band won £500, which has helped them buy new uniforms for some of their members.
All entries for the Taylor Wimpey and Evening Times Community Chest Competition must be received by noon on Saturday, September 21, 2013.
Could your charity or group benefit from The Taylor Wimpey and Evening Times Community Chest Competition?
To apply, visit www.eveningtimes.co.uk/taylor or write to Taylor Wimpey Community Chest, Marketing Dept, Evening Times, 200 Renfield Street, Glasgow, G2 3QB.
Just put your name, nominee, address, telephone number and in no more that 150 words why your nominee should win.
The closing date is September 21.