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Chamberlains partners with Rowcroft Hospice

23 July 2015

Rowcroft Hospice is delighted to announce it has entered into a new fundraising agreement with Chamberlains Estate Agents.

Chamberlains, which has five offices in Newton Abbot, Kingsteignton, Bovey Tracey, Chudleigh and Teignmouth, will be donating a percentage of every property sales fee to South Devon’s local hospice.

The exciting partnership with the property agency began in July and will continue into 2016.

Heather Norman-Soderlind, Community Fundraising Manager at Rowcroft Hospice, said: “We are thrilled that Chamberlains has offered to donate a percentage of its property sales fees to the hospice, and would like to thank them wholeheartedly for their generosity.

“More than 70% of our funding comes from the local community and we provide services for thousands of people in the areas where Chamberlains sells its properties every year. We are incredibly grateful for their support.”

Michael Foundly, Director of Chamberlains, added: “Chamberlains is delighted to have formed a partnership with Rowcroft, a charity that we know from previous fundraising activities, is held in very high regard by local people.

“Our new alliance will ensure that Rowcroft will receive a financial contribution for every sale that we make and we are confident that this arrangement will generate significant income for the charity and assist with the tremendous work that they undertake."

Rowcroft currently supports more than 2200 local people living with life-limiting illnesses every year, as well as thousands more of their family and friends.

Services are provided in the hospice’s 17 bedded Inpatient Unit or in patients’ own homes, care homes and community hospitals across South Devon.

To find out more about Rowcroft Hospice visit www.rowcrofthospice.org.uk, or for more information about Chamberlains visit www.chamberlains.co.

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