Charity

Our chosen charities

To focus our ongoing charitable efforts, we have chosen to partner with two charities – The Marine Conservation Society, the UK’s leading charity for the protection of our seas, shores and wildlife,  and bibic, a charity providing services and therapy to help children with disabilities and developmental difficulties reach their potential and live happy, fulfilling lives. Please click on the logos to find out more about the work of these charities.

 

We are committed to working with our chosen charities, MCS and bibic – raising much-needed donations and raising awareness of their valuable work.

 

Please see below our recent initiatives to support MCS and bibic as well as news on the individual charitable efforts of our consultants.

bibic chosen charities

 

marine conservation society chosen charities

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Posted on 17th August 2017

Charlotte, our specialist Decent Homes and Refurbishment Consultant, was lovingly nicknamed as ‘Miss Charity’ by Strongbones – the charity affiliated with the Miss Universe GB competition Charlotte recently competed in. (Read all about it here.) To further show their appreciation for the £2700 she raised, Charlotte was invited to their annual ‘Superheros’ party on 6th August. […]

We held a Big Blue Day in support of the Marine Conservation Society!

Posted on 15th August 2017

To kick-off our commitment to raising money for the Marine Conservation Society (MCS), we held a Big Blue Day!   The MCS is the UK’s leading charity for the protection of our seas, shores and wildlife. Our seas are under immense pressure. Too many fish are being taken out, too much rubbish is being thrown […]

We’ve gone blue today in support of the Marine Conservation Society!!

Posted on 10th August 2017

To kick-off our commitment to raising money for the Marine Conservation Society (MCS), we are holding a Big Blue Day! The MCS is the UK’s leading charity for the protection of our seas, shores and wildlife. Our seas are under immense pressure: too many fish are being taken out, too much rubbish is being thrown in […]

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