Ealing Estate Agents With A Heart

Seeing red ...for charity


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Local estate agent Go View London’s Ealing Common office will be a sea of red on Friday 5th February 2015 as they seek donations for British Heart Foundation’s ‘Wear It. Beat It’ campaign.

British Heart Foundation

This is the second year in a row the company is taking part iin the event and last year they raised £1000.00.  Like all good estate agents they are seeking to beat last year’s efforts and are inviting donations to their justgiving page.

The idea is that employees need to wear red to work and can be as boisterous or discreet as they please with their wardrobe offerings.  For donating to the day participants are also entered into a prize draw where they can win a hamper full of ‘reddy’ goodies donated by Go View London.

Sales Director, Donald Collins, is delighted to be putting his company’s weight behind the day:

“This is a great cause and last year the whole team got really behind it and raised a fantastic amount of money last year, we aim even higher this year and are looking to gain more donations from clients, friends and families.

“We see community and charitable work as valuable time spent not just from a money making point of view for the cause but also because we gain, on a personal level, a great,  worthwhile experience.”

“We invite any clients, friends or families to pop in for a cup of coffee and put some money in the charitable box, or set an amount via the Just Giving page.''

British Heart Foundation was founded in 1961 by a group of medical professionals wanting to fund extra research into heart and circulatory.  It is a major funder and authority in cardiovascular research, education and care and relies predominately on voluntary donations to meet its aims.


January 28th 2016


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