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16th Nov


Property industry gets behind festive fundraising initiatives

Property industry charity, Agents Giving, is calling all agents and suppliers to get involved with the Winter Coat Drive, which Agents Giving will gladly help support through the Rightmove grant*. Companies, including Chestertons and Embrace Mortgage Services, are already taking part by collecting coats for their local shelters, homeless charities, YMCA, food banks, and other organisations.

A further festive initiative is being carried out by Ravensworth, who is donating 10% of all its Christmas card sales to Agents Giving; a generous contribution which will help Agents Giving with its charitable activities in the New Year.

*In partnership with Rightmove, Agents Giving is supporting the industry with its fundraising this winter, thanks to a Rightmove Grant, which can help with their set up and marketing costs.

To purchase Christmas cards and support Agents Giving, please visit:

For more information on Agents Giving, please contact Yvonne Martin – Tel: 01372 370895 / or / or visit the website at



Editor’s Notes

Agents Giving

Agents Giving is the recognised charity for the UK property industry.

Working with its patron, TV presenter and property expert Phil Spencer, and through its partnership with Rightmove, the charity is focused on supporting national and local causes.

Agents Giving encourages, supports, and promotes agents’ fundraising efforts in order to raise as much money for their nominated causes, whilst having fun and enjoying working as a team.

Agents Giving also organises fun events throughout the year, bringing the UK property industry together to make a real difference to our national and local charities.

For more information about Agents Giving and how you can work with them to fund your special cause, please visit:

For further press information, please contact Emma Ward Hunt or Clodagh Foley at Foundation PR Ltd on: or / T: 020 7580 2492


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