Woolley & Wallis have chosen two Salisbury based charities to support this year, Salisbury Trust for the Homeless and Elizabeth House Social Centre, Salisbury, which offers much needed support to people with disabilities.
Each year the firm gives a different office the chance to choose the good causes that should be supported and this year it was the turn of Salisbury.
Andy Cochran, Managing Partner of Woolley & Wallis said “As a local business we were very keen to support local charities and in particular smaller charities which do not always have the profile of some of the larger charities.
“Woolley & Wallis employees Jude Rosier, Bella Law and Emma Middleton were given the task of deciding who to support and I am delighted they chose Elizabeth House Social Centre and The Salisbury Trust for the Homeless, both of whom do excellent work for the local community.”
Money will be raised throughout the year by a series of fundraising events within the Salisbury office. Members of staff will be also supporting both charities with their own organised events.
Woolley & Wallis wants to offer support to the charities by volunteering as well as raising funds. Last year Woolley & Wallis Romsey office supported Wessex Heart Beat.