The Salisbury office at Smith & Williamson has donated £2000 to the Salisbury Trust for the Homeless. The charity provides a home for single adults who would otherwise have nowhere to live.
It provides support for individuals to help develop essential life skills identify and develop options for the future, access education, training and employment, access permanent housing and return to independent living.
“Salisbury Trust for the Homeless is extremely grateful to Smith & Williamson for its generous donation. Special thanks to Joanne Butler for nominating the charity. Every penny of this donation will be used to support people who have become homeless return to independent living” said Louise Davis, Project Leader at Salisbury Trust for the Homeless.
Penelope Lang, private client tax partner at Smith & Williamson in Salisbury added: “The Salisbury Trust for the Homeless is a locally-based charity that offers a safe supportive environment for those people who generally through no fault of their own have not currently got the means to help themselves. We are delighted to support such a cause. We have seen first-hand the fantastic work that the charity does and hope this donation helps to make a difference.”
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Smith & Williamson is a leading financial and professional services firm providing a comprehensive range of investment management, tax, financial advisory and accountancy services to private clients and their business interests. The firm’s c1,800 people operate from a network of 12 offices: London, Belfast, Birmingham, Bristol, Cheltenham, Dublin (City and Sandyford), Glasgow, Guildford, Jersey, Salisbury and Southampton. Smith & Williamson is part of The Tilney Smith & Williamson Group.