£32,000 donated by Agents Giving to two charities

MIND and The Trussell Trust have been presented with funds raised by supporters of Agents Giving during 2023.

Agents Giving donation to MIND and Trussell Trust

Following a busy year of events and fundraising activities in 2023, Agents Giving has finalised a hefty donation to two charities with a combined value of almost £32,000.

Mental health charity, MIND, received a donation of £10,000 and The Trussell Trust, which works to stop hunger and poverty, were presented with a cheque for £21,993.

Emma Revie, Chief Executive at the Trussell Trust, said: “The winter was as expected the toughest yet, with food banks in our network distributing more than 1 million parcels between December and February which equates to one every eight seconds.

“Your donation will help food banks within our network continue to provide emergency support, while we work together in the long term to build a country without the need for food banks. Thank you so much.”

Danielle Lanthier and Oliver Gorman from Paramount awarded the donation to MIND and spent some time finding out more about the charity and how the funds will help make a difference to those experiencing mental health issues.

A donation to Mind is a donation to everyone experiencing a mental health problem.”

Rosie Childs of MIND expressed her gratitude: “We are extremely grateful for all your support, and this donation will help us to make such a difference to so many people. A donation to Mind is a donation to everyone experiencing a mental health problem.”

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David Newnes

David Newnes, Agents Giving Chairman, said: “We were delighted to be able to catch up with last year’s supported charities to make the donations and to find out more about how the funds will help the work they carry out day in, day out to support those that need our help the most.

“Thanks to your generous support and donations we can make things that little bit brighter for those who receive much needed help from these two charities.”

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