A HOST of Worcester and Malvern estate agents have come together to support Maggs Day Centre just in time for Christmas.
The charity aims to ‘bring cheer to the homeless’ and estate agents will advertise Maggs’ campaign in their window displays.
It’s hoped the festive advertising will drive awareness of the cause and boost donations over Christmas and the New Year.
Helen Taylor, director at Allan Morris Worcester, said:
“We’re always looking to support local charities and do what we can to help those in need.
“Maggs is a Worcester homegrown charity which has been a staple within our community for almost forty years.
“We’re delighted to help raise awareness for such a worthy cause, especially for those in need at what should be a happy time of year.”
Other estate agents who have pledged their support and display Maggs in their window displays are Arden Estate Agents, Martin and Co. and Nicol and Co in Malvern.
Dominique Thompson, sales and valuation manager at Arden Estates, said:
“It’s even more important to support local homeless charities this time of year but we will be carrying it through all fund-raising events in 2024.
“Everyone deserves a home a Christmas and we want to support local charities as much as we can.”
Melissa Blewitt, marketing and relations officer at Maggs, said:
“We’re always overwhelmed by the generous support of local businesses in Worcester.
“We are thrilled so many estate agents have chosen to help Maggs and raise awareness for our service users, especially at this time of year.”
“Christmas is a warm, fun, festive time for some, but unfortunately, our service users aren’t so lucky.
“We aim to bring light in what can be quite a dark time for others, but we cannot do this without the help of our local community.
Maggs works throughout Worcestershire and hosts two-day centres in Worcester and Malvern alongside four properties through the accommodation project.
Visit www.maggsdaycentre.co.uk/christmas2023 for more.