Furnley House Support Alex’s Wish

February 2, 2018 12:35 pm

Independent Financial Planners Furnley House are about to celebrate their fifth birthday by giving back and helping out in the Community.  Furnley House are a vibrant and passionate team who care deeply about their clients and staff and the community in which they live.  With their Head Office in Syston, they have grown in size over those 5 years and now have over 30 staff and offices in Magherafelt (Northern Ireland) and the latest addition of lovely new premises in Leamington Spa.

Furnley House often get involved in local charitable events helping to spread the word and raise awareness and funds for causes close to their heart.  Richard Burrows, Director, said “It is impossible to listen to Emma and the story behind Alex’s Wish without being moved and, as a team, we decided to make them our Charity of the Year for 2018.  They also turn five years old this year so we thought there was an additional great synergy between us!  Our overarching goal is to make a difference in our local communities and we are excited to roll our sleeves up and get involved.  We would welcome the support of any other businesses or indeed anyone else in our efforts!”.

Emma Hallam, founder of Alex’s Wish, added “Supporters like Furnley House are hugely important to Alex’s Wish and they join a growing number of local companies who are committed to helping us raise vital funds to help find treatments and a cure for the crippling and life-limiting disease that is Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy”.

“The team at Furnley House are already talking about their plans which are likely to include inviting their clients and professional connections to a Summer Ball as well as taking part in some established and organised sporting events and challenges – possibly a bake-off too!  I’m so looking forward to working with them and want to thank the whole team for getting behind us. Without supporters like Furnley House we would be hard pressed to do what we do and make a difference to boys suffering with Duchenne.”

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