Financial Planners Fundraise for the nook

Financial Planners Fundraise for the nook

Jun 19, 2015

Norfolk financial planning firm Loveday & Partners, based at Broadland Business Park in Norwich are supporting the nook appeal by signing up to the nook business network.

Loveday & Partners Director, Mark Loveday who attended the launch event of the nook appeal at the Norfolk Showground in the presence of EACH Royal Patron HRH The Duchess of Cambridge was quick to pledge the company’s support to not only raise funds for the appeal but to also raise awareness of the appeal to others and encourage their support.

Mark Loveday, Director, Loveday & Partners, said:

The support offered by EACH to families during incredibly difficult times is absolutely incredible and it is a pleasure to have the opportunity to help create a purpose built facility to enable EACH to continue its work in our community for generations to come.

Gary Cook, the nook appeal corporate fundraiser, said: “We’re delighted that Mark and the team at Loveday & Partners have decided to support us with the nook appeal and have signed up to the scheme we are running for local businesses.

“Mark made a point of speaking with me at the launch event to offer his support to our appeal. It’s great this has manifested itself in terms of the company supporting us by raising funds and spreading the word of the nook appeal, raising awareness and encouraging others to support this very worthwhile cause. The support from Loveday & Partners is extremely welcome and all at EACH look forward to working with Mark and the team moving forward.”

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