Local estate agents donate to a homeless charity
- Credit: NDAEA
Members of the NDAEA donated £1000 to a homeless charity in Norwich.
Members of the NDAEA, Norwich & District Association of Estate Agents, recently donated £1000 to a charity helping homeless people.
Nick Taylor, chairman of the NDAEA and managing director of Hadley Taylor estate agency, formally handed over a cheque to the St Martins Housing Trust.
The donation was raised from members' fees.
The NDAEA is a group of 32 estate agents and property professionals bound by a code of conduct who meet throughout the year holding training sessions in a bid to ensure the high standards of service expected of members is maintained.
St Martins Housing Trust is a local charity which aims to maximise independent living and prevent homelessness by offering help with housing, support and care to those in need as well as enhancing understanding and compassion towards homeless people through education and advocacy.
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