TIME Investments volunteer at local women’s homeless hostel to support charity partner Single Homeless Project

Since partnering with Single Homeless Project (SHP) in April 2022 TIME Investments, which specialises in tax-efficient investment solutions and asset-backed income-producing funds across real estate, infrastructure, renewable energy and lending, has focused its efforts on fundraising for the charity which provides accommodation, support, promotes mental wellbeing and enhances opportunities for those in London experiencing homelessness.

On Thursday 4 August, eight members of staff took part in a charity volunteering day which saw the team visit an 11 bed women’s only hostel in Camden, in London. This particular hostel is dedicated to supporting women with complex needs and their living space was in need of some redecoration.

The team were tasked with refurbishing the kitchen and living areas, including painting and decorating as well as giving the communal garden a makeover and building a barbeque for the residents to enjoy.

The day was extremely rewarding for all involved and the volunteers were delighted to arrive with a huge amount of donations from TIME’s employees which were really well received by the hostel’s guests. TIME’s charity team are already planning more charity days for TIME’s staff in the coming months to continue to support SHP with their mission, to prevent homelessness and transform lives.

If you would like to read more about how TIME came to partner with SHP, please click here.

Posted: 09/08/2022 Categories: News

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