This year The Property Centre celebrates its 25th year in business and we've decided to mark the anniversary by donating £25 to charity for every property* instructed this year, which completes or lets by 31st December 2022.
In support of the 4 main areas covered by our branches, we've chosen a charitable cause in each locality and predict the pledge will raise in excess of £25,000, to be split equally between the 4 charities, namely;
St Richard’s Hospice, in Worcester, cares for people with a serious progressive illness, whose complex needs cannot be met by other services. These include cancer and neurological, respiratory, cardiac and renal conditions. The care given by St. Richard’s Hospice improves their quality of life from diagnosis, during treatment and to their last days. They also support their loved ones.
Longfield Community Hospice, near Stroud, is a registered charity for adults in Gloucestershire with a life-limiting illness. For over 30 years, they have provided free care and support for patients and their loved ones, helping families make the most of their time together. Whether it’s counselling, support groups, or expert care at home during someone’s final days, the hospice brings comfort and reassurance to patients and loved ones when they need it most.
Chamwell Centre, in Gloucester, provides a centre to enable pupils of The Milestone School and SAND Academy, along with children, young people and adults throughout Gloucestershire to overcome disability. Their vision is to enhance the well-being of those with disability, how they feel, how they function on a personal and social level, and how they feel about their lives as a whole.
National Star, in Cheltenham, enables young people with disabilities to realise their potential through education and personalised learning opportunities, and by providing other transition and accommodation services. The college offers programmes that are tailored to meet individual aspirations and abilities, with a strong emphasis on creative and performing arts, sports, communication skills and life skills.
“As an independent company with estate agents in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Stroud and Worcester, it’s important to us to support our local communities and the charities which serve them. Chamwell Centre, Longfield Community Hospice, National Star and St. Richard’s Hospice all provide much needed care and support to local families and we’re proud to be supporting such worthwhile causes.” said Steve Jones, Co-Founding Senior Partner.
“As a local company, we’ve built our business on being an integral part of the communities we serve and we’ve been proud to fundraise for some of these charities before, with events like climbing the National 3 Peaks in 24 hours and completing the Cotswold Way Challenge”, continued Stuart Nash, Co-Founding Senior Partner. “However, our 25th anniversary pledge is suitably more ambitious and we’re delighted to be helping such worthwhile local causes during this most testing time”.
In the last 5 years, we’ve raised over £30,000 for local charities and with our 25th anniversary pledge we expect to raise in excess of £25,000 in 2022.
If you’re thinking of selling or letting in 2022, book a free, no-obligation valuation with us today to find out what your property could be worth.
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