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Ethos Asset Finance charity lunch is a sell out

Chris Brown, MD of Ethos Asset Finance outside Rudding Park – the venue for the charity lunch - with Emily Fullarton from Wellspring and John Harris from Harrogate Homeless Project

UK asset finance firm, Ethos, is gearing up to host its annual charity lunch at Rudding Park – in aid of two local charities Wellspring Therapy & Training and Harrogate Homeless Project.

The event, which will take place early July, is a sell out, with tickets sales contributing towards the charity pledge.

In 2018 and during the first quarter of 2019, Harrogate-based Ethos Asset Finance – which is one of the country’s principal finance providers to numerous sectors – has donated a total of £10,000 to local causes.

Wellspring provides professional, confidential, support to young people and adults, as well as promoting good mental health through education and training. The charity was chosen by Ethos as it wanted to support adults and young people with mental health issues.

Harrogate Homeless Project brings together a team of committed individuals, who want to make sure homeless people have the strategies, support and services that are needed to begin the difficult journey back to truly independent living.

Chris Brown, who set up Ethos Asset Finance in 2007 after two decades in the banking industry, and who has become a firm supporter of local charities, said: “We are delighted that the summer event was a sell out so quickly after releasing the tickets.

“It is our belief as a successful business, that we must give something back to the community. That we must support those who are less fortunate than we are. The more we do for those in need, the more it makes us strive as a business to do as much as we can.”

 

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