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Agents Giving Easter Newsletter
With all the changes to our lives at this current time and with Easter approaching we wanted to share with you some wonderful acts of human kindness from the last couple of weeks. We wanted to say how very proud we are to have such caring supporters who are going over and above to make a difference in their local neighbourhoods at a time when they are most needed.
Reapit supporting GoodSAM Volunteers<br />
Gary Barker CEO of Reapit and Board Director of Agents Giving is seeing first hand the work that the NHS are trying to do and working extremely hard to deliver, Gary wants to do more, Reapit are committed to the GoodSAM Volunteer campaign.
to read Reapit supporting GoodSAM Volunteers<br />.
Founder and Managing Director Rob Wellstead of Lenwell Properties is no stranger to creating great schemes to support charities and vulnerable people in need.
to read Lenwell Properties.
Rachel Johnston Regional Director of Stack Property Search and her mum, set up a village Good Neighbour Scheme in October, little did they know that they would be thanking their lucky stars within 6 months!
to read Stack Property.
Plamena of Eurolink
Sometimes it’s the simple things that really do make a big difference. Plamena Zahova Marketing Executive from Veco by Eurolink has done just that.
to read Plamena of Eurolink.
Drivers & Norris
Managing Director Scott Hailou and team at Drivers & Norris took the decision due to the coronavirus pandemic to make a donation rather than a collective drive for food to the Islington Trussell Trust food bank.
to read Drivers & Norris.
<span style="font-size: 15px;">Paramount Properties</span>
Director Spencer Lawrence tells us "for people who are self-isolating and are in need of necessities, we have a small team of two that will pick these items up for you and drop them off at your door".
to read <span style="font-size: 15px;">Paramount Properties</span>.
One of their team members Anthony and his family decided to contact his local Tesco’s superstore and pay for 50 bags of essential shopping to be packed up for NHS workers in his local hospital in Liverpool.
to read X1 Letting.