Charity Challenge Press Release
OXFORDSHIRE LETTING AGENT COMMITS TO RAISE £50,000 FOR LOCAL CHARITIES IN ITS 50th YEAR
Finders Keepers plan to acknowledge the support they have received from the communities they have operated in for 50 years by giving back. All money raised will be split between three local charities.
Throughout 2022, Finders Keepers will be raising vital funds for Sobell House Hospice, Dementia Oxfordshire and Oxfordshire Mind. The team of around 100 people all voted for the charities they wanted to support, and over the coming months they will bake, run, cycle, walk, quiz, kick footballs, host auctions and sing - all to raise money for these fantastic charities.
Finders Keepers was founded in Oxfordshire in 1972 and in their fifth decade of letting property in the county, the team felt inspired to set a bold goal to fundraise for local, Oxfordshire charities.
Emma Croft-Pearson, Associate Director, said: "I think the last couple of years have really made us realise how fortunate we are. When we did our 'FABruary' challenge for Oxfordshire Mind last year I was amazed at how our team members threw themselves into the task." she continued, "When the team met to discuss how to mark our 50th year, there was a clear feeling that we wanted to give back to the communities that we have been part of for the last 50 years. This is our bold goal for a big year!"
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