Estate agents based in Worcester and Malvern are collaborating to support a homeless charity this Christmas.

The businesses have put their resources together in aid of the Maggs Day Centre, a Worcester-based homeless charity ahead of Christmas.

Several estate agents are promoting the centre's festive campaign directly from their window displays to increase public awareness and increase donations during the holiday period.



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Helen Taylor, director at Allan Morris Worcester, said: "Here at Allan Morris, we're always looking to support local charities and do what we can to help those in need.

"Maggs is a Worcester homegrown charity that has been a staple within our community for almost forty years.

"We're delighted to help raise awareness for such a worthy cause, especially for those in need at what should be a happy time of year."

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Also joining in this window display campaign are Arden Estate Agents, Martin & Co, and Nicol & Co in Malvern.

Dominique Thompson, sales and valuation manager at Arden Estate, said: "Maggs is our chosen charity for 2024.

"It’s even more important to support local homeless charities this time of year but we will be carrying it through all fundraising events in 2024.

"Everyone deserves a home a Christmas and we want to support local charities as much as we can."

The estate agent has already begun its festive appeal with a window display titled 'Bear a thought for the homeless this Christmas', with proceeds from the purchase of a displayed bear going directly to the charity.

Melissa Blewitt, marketing and relations officer at Maggs, said: "We're always overwhelmed by the generous support of local businesses in Worcester and are thrilled that so many estate agents have chosen to help Maggs and raise awareness for our service users, especially at this time of year.

"On behalf of the at Maggs, I cannot thank each agent enough for helping support us and our service users this Christmas."

The charity has projects in Worcester and Malvern, supported extensively by an outreach team and other specialist teams who work directly with service users.

To learn more about the charity and make donations, visit: