Mortgage industry rallies round for Sunshine Group

By Bridging Loan Directory -

The Sunshine Group

Eight leading figures from the mortgage industry have pulled together to throw their support behind Liverpool-based breast cancer charity The Sunshine Group.

The Sunshine Group is run by volunteers and provides support from diagnosis, before, during and after treatment. Steered by women for women, it provides invaluable support helping patients recover emotionally, mentally and physically.

In previous years the charity has held an annual ball, sponsored by bridging lender Hope Capital, to raise much needed funds. But with COVID-19 putting paid to physical events this year The Sunshine Group is going online and holding an ‘open to all’ quiz night on Thursday 19 November at 19:00.

Sponsored by Hope Capital and organised by Will Lloyd and Emma Hall, key relationship director, Movin’Legal, there are a whopping 27 prizes up for grabs with a total value of £XYZ.

As well as Hope Capital, Will Lloyd and Movin’Legal other mortgage luminaries helping to raise cash for the charity include Terry Pritchard, director, Charterhouse HCP; Rachel Geddes from Mortgage Advice Bureau London City; Mike Lawlor and Gary Brash from MAB.

Jonathan Sealey, chief executive, Hope Capital, said:

“It is fantastic we can continue to support our friends at The Sunshine Group, by sponsoring what is set to be a great event, especially in light of this year’s Annual Ball having to be moved to 2021.

We have been championing The Sunshine Group for several years, however now more than ever, it is essential we offer our backing to this important charity and one close to our hearts.

The Sunshine Group has been helping women who have been affected by breast cancer for many years, so it is a privilege for us to continue with our support and we look forward to being part of their success.”

Ann Coffey, lead co-ordinator for The Sunshine Group, said:

“Raising money for charity is always a challenge at the best of times – to do that in the middle of a pandemic is even harder.

I would like to thank Hope Capital for their continued support for The Sunshine Group as well as the rest of those in the mortgage industry who have stepped up and helped put together a fantastic event for our patients and past patients.”

The evening will consist of eight rounds hosted by Will Lloyd with a main cash prize and runner up cash prize (applicable to group members only) as well as a charity raffle which includes items from bottles of prosecco to signed Liverpool FC and Everton FC football shirts.

To join the quiz, buy raffle tickets or donate please click here