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Christmas Card Charity Donation

Christmas Card Charity Donation

For many years PIA Wealth Management have maintained the festive tradition of posting a special Christmas and New Year’s message to our clients.

After much deliberation, we have decided to make a positive change to this tradition. To supplement our ongoing socially responsible and charitable work in the community we have decided to use technology to communicate our festive message from 2019 onwards – much like our biannual email circulations which provide you with informative and topical articles.

This small change will help produce a big impact for our environmental footprint; saving the raw materials which are used to create, supply and deliver these cards.

We also recognise that there will be a cost saving for PIA too. With this in mind, we have decided to make a matching donation to a local charity. We also thought it would be a great idea to let YOU choose the ultimate benefactor. Please see below the candidates for 2019 and vote for your preferred choice. The chosen charity and donation amount will be confirmed to you in our festive email.

The Haven Refuge

Supporting women and dependent children who are vulnerable to domestic violence, homelessness and abuse.

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The Oak Tree Trust

Dedicated to relieving poverty and supporting areas where emergencies have arisen

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The Good Shepherd

Assisting the homeless and others in need in Wolverhampton. We provide practical assistance in the form of food and toiletries – some of the basic necessities of life.

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