Watts Commercial Finance support the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation
Watts Commercial Finance, the award-winning Cheshire based commercial finance brokerage, along with a number of select lenders, have donated £2,250 to the Tim Parry Johnathan Ball Peace Foundation.
The donation supports their Survivors Assistance Network (SAN) Programme and was made possible through the generosity of Assetz Capital, Close Brothers Property Finance, Hampshire Trust Bank and Wesleyan Bank.
The SAN Programme is a free service available to those who have been affected by a terror attack – regardless of whether they have been affected as a result of what they have witnessed, the injuries they have sustained or having lost a loved one.
Commenting on the donation, Phil Gray, Managing Director of Watts Commercial Finance said:
“I’m delighted to be holding our summer managers meeting at the Peace Centre while supporting an amazing charity. Having met with Colin and Wendy Parry earlier this year, I felt it was a great venue for our summer event while providing an excellent opportunity for us to raise money for a worthy cause.
When I approached our lenders asking for a small donation to the charity in return for a ‘guest speaker’ slot at our event, I didn’t anticipate the generosity that would ensue. I would like to personally thank each of the lenders for their kind donations and helping us to make the day possible.”
Wendy Parry added:
“The Foundation is extremely busy at present working with over 850 families and individuals affected by the Manchester Arena and the recent multiple London attacks which occurred throughout 2017. This donation will go towards our Survivors Assistance Network Programme which provides free, practical and emotional support designed specifically for victims who have been injured in such events, the families of those who have been killed, and people who have witnessed these atrocities. There is no time limit to our support, so we are available whenever our help is needed.
Without the generosity of individuals and companies like Watts Commercial Finance Ltd, Close Brothers, Wesleyan Bank, Assetz Capital and Hampshire Trust Bank, we would be unable to continue our work.”