PMJ Capital has announced that as part of its annual charitable activities, it has donated over £35,000 to North West charities this year.
PMJ selected charities from across the North West to benefit from the donation which include; Francis House children’s hospice in Manchester, Little Sisters of the Poor a charity for the elderly, Fort Alice providing support for those affected by domestic abuse in Bolton, Derian House a children’s hospice in Chorley, Handy Ladies a charity based in Manchester providing food for those in need, Safe and Free a social enterprise in Oldham created to stop trafficking and Brian House children’s hospice in Blackpool.
In addition to the above donations, PMJ has ended the year by providing gifts to Bolton charities Endeavour and Fort Alice. The gifts will be sent out to families across Bolton escaping domestic abuse this Christmas.
David Rainford, Managing Director at PMJ, commented: “We have a real family ethos at PMJ Capital, it is incredibly important to us to ensure that we are supporting our local community in every way we can.
“As a business working across the North West, we wanted to ensure that we supported causes across the region so have selected a number of worthwhile causes, some of which were recommended by our clients.
“We hope that our donations will go some way to help and recognise the work that all the staff and carers provide at the seven charities we are supporting”.
“We’d like to take this opportunity to wish all of our clients and contacts a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.”