Pension firm staff ‘thrilled’ to support Ipswich domestic abuse charity
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Employees at pensions firm Curtis Banks are supporting a town charity which supports children and adults affected by domestic abuse.
Staff at the Ipswich branch of the firm - which also has offices in Bristol and Dundee and is one of the UK's largest independent Self Invested Personal Pensions (SIPP) providers - voted to support Lighthouse during 2020 and 2021.
Brian Ward, its chair of corporate social responsibility, said: "I have always been proud of the hard work and dedication that our staff put into raising money for charity.
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Last year, staff at Ipswich raised nearly £8k towards chosen charity St Elizabeth Hospice and hope to do the same again for Lighthouse.
Sally Winston, chief executive of Lighthouse, said: "We are delighted to have been chosen as the charity of the year for Curtis Banks' Ipswich office for the next two years.
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"Curtis Banks has a history of fundraising for charity and their funds will go a long way towards helping those affected by domestic abuse."
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