Loveitts Estate Agents are partnering up with Zoe’s Place to make it a hat-trick, as they continue their fine work in raising crucial funds for the much-renowned children’s charity.
Now in their third year as Loveitts’ nominated charity, Zoe’s Place has reaped the rewards in recent years with the staff and colleagues of Warwickshire’s oldest existing estate agents raising over £15,550.00 since their partnership began in 2015 with in excess of £8500 raised in 2017 alone.
The company staff have held a number of fundraising activities throughout their fruitful charity partnership to help collect cash for Zoe’s Place after adopting the hospice as their corporate charity for yet another year – and plans are already in place for a number of exciting events in 2018.
In previous years Loveitts have thrown themselves out of planes, hit the links at the prestigious Warwickshire Golf Club and climbed some of the tallest mountains in the world; all to ensure the doors of Zoe’s Place remain firmly open.
Their well-received golf day has particularly found great success in recent years since the estate agents first teed off in 2015 for the children’s hospice.
Last year’s tee-off alone saw the estate agents raise an incredible £3,500 for Zoe’s Place.
With the average cost of £850 providing a day’s outing for 6 children, the £15,500 Loveitts has generously raised over the past three years is visibly invaluable in ensuring Zoe’s Place continues their incredible work for families whose children have life-threatening illnesses.
So, fundraising is the engine that keeps the hospice moving forward, as the independent charity only receives a modest amount of funding from the NHS and central Government.
Paul Barnes, Director at Loveitts Estate Agents commented, “Zoe’s Place is a special charity that is very close to heart of the staff at Loveitts so it was a no-brainer partnering up for our third year together!
“The funding they need to keep their doors open is truly eye opening, with £21,000 only providing 1:1 care for six children at the hospice for one week, it really puts it into perspective how much Zoe’s Place needs to continue its fantastic work.
“So, we at Loveitts want to do everything possible to put a dent in these hefty figures by raising as much as we can in the forthcoming year; even if it means jumping out of more planes!”
“We’ve had three successful years with Zoe’s and we’re gunning for 2018 to be a record-breaking year.”