Home developer Lovell to support Norfolk homeless charity with 2018 fundraising

Lovell regional managing director Simon Medler presents St Martins Housing Trust chief executive Dr

Lovell regional managing director Simon Medler presents St Martins Housing Trust chief executive Dr Jan Sheldon with the first money raised through Lovell’s year of fundraising for the charity. (L-R) Lovell regional commercial director Matthew Goakes, Lovell customer care manager Daisy Foord, Lovell regional managing director Simon Medler, St Martins chief executive Dr Jan Sheldon, Lovell development manager Justin Coote and Lovell customer care coordinator Sue Bloomfield. Picture: Lovell - 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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