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Future Finance looks set to donate thousands of pounds to Silkworth Charity Group in 2016!
Keen supporters of the local community, Future Finance has opted to support the Silkworth Charity Group by sponsoring a number of critical 2016 fundraising events, as well as donating £100 for every loan taken out this year.
The lender of choice will assist the charity group - which offers residential rehabilitation to men and women who are affected by drug and alcohol addiction as well as supporting their families and significant others - at the following events:
On top of this, the lender looks set to raise thousands of pounds for the charity, as every loan taken out in 2016 will trigger a £ 100 donation to Silkworth Charity Group.
Denny Lane, co-founder of Future Finance, states: "We are a local business with a strong connection to the community and want to give our support to a local charity that we know works really hard to make a huge difference to so many peoples lives here in Jersey. In addition, by offering £100 for every loan given in 2016, we are giving the public a chance to contribute to this fantastic Charity."
"Silkworth Lodge is the only residential rehabilitation treatment centre in the Channel Islands that supports those with drug and alcohol dependency, together with their families, and we are extremely proud to support their valuable work."
Talking of the sponsorship, the CEO of the Silkworth Charity Group, Jason Wyse, said: "We are delighted to be chosen as the charity of choice for Future Finance Group. The directors approached us to see how they could get involved in the charity and I was extremely happy when they told us that they wanted to support us for the whole year."
This years Silkworth Extreme Team Challenge will take place on Saturday 1st September. 25 teams can participate on a slightly revised course which has seen one of the stages extended and the removal of the double kayak stage. This year the minimum amount raised per team is now down to £300. The teams can be made up of a minimum of 4 people and a maximum of 9 people. The event will be finished anytime between 1pm and 3pm dependant on how quick theFind out more
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