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Charity clients commend Foundation’s property advisers

08 July 2013

Charity clients commend Foundation’s property advisers

85% of charity clients rate our property advisers 5/5, according to the Foundation’s latest client survey.

Half of all of survey participants told us that they had saved money, raised funds or generated new income as a direct result of our advice. A number of charities have generated in excess of £50,000. With our support, charities have cut their rent, service charge and business rates bills, increased property values, and planned robustly for the future.

Feedback from Richard Bartley of charity Children's Playing Field sums up what our support is all about - “Reduced property overheads - therefore more funds left for beneficiaries"

Jo Taylor, Director of the Foundation said "After staff, property is the second largest cost for charities. I am delighted that the Foundation’s advice team are cutting property costs and risk for the sector.”
Any charity in England can access our free Property Advice Service, which provides:
-          one to one support and guidance from our team of dedicated property advisers
-          on-line charity-focused property resources
-          referrals to our Register of Property Professionals including solicitors, surveyors and architects

The Foundation also offers tailor-made training and consultancy.

Please do not hesitate to contact us for advice, consultancy or simply an informal chat to point you in the right direction.
T - 0300 333 6595
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We’ll leave the last word to Tracy Hickson, from Friends of North Baddesley Library -
 "It has been great to have someone 'on my side' to help me find my way through an area where I have no experience and no expert advisors. Thank you!"

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