Home developer Lovell to support Norfolk homeless charity with 2018 fundraising
- Credit: Lovell
A Norwich homes developer has launched a year of fundraising for a local charity with a £550 donation.
Lovell, based on Broadland Business Park, has chosen St Martins Housing Trust – which helps homeless people across Norfolk – as its nominated charity for 2018.
The start of the partnership saw St Martins chief executive Dr Jan Sheldon receive a donation raised by Lovell staff.
Lovell regional managing director, Simon Medler, said: 'St Martins is a true force for good, providing a wide of range of support for homeless people in the area and helping them to move forward with their lives.
'As a homes company ourselves, we fully recognise the value of the assistance which the charity gives to those who are without a home, or who may be at risk of being homeless.'
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Ms Sheldon added: 'It's the perfect synergy; a home developer providing support to help homeless people to turn their lives around.'
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