Andrews & Partners gives

first_imgAndrews & Partners was established in 1946 and has had charitable ties from the outset, through funding and encouraging staff to get involved with charitable projects.Its annual gift to ACT makes Andrews & Partners “the only UK estate and lettings agency to operate with such a model”. In addition to the gift, four working Directors act as co-trustees, donating up to ten days a year to ACT and the charities it supports.Photo: (l-r) Michael Robson, Chief Executive of Andrews & Partners, Trustee of ACT; Andrew Radford, Non-Executive Director of Andrews & Partners and Chair of Trustees for ACTMichael Robson, Chief Executive at Andrews & Partners, said: “Social responsibility is right at the heart of Andrews – it always has been and always will be.”Despite the ongoing economic troubles, the business performed well in 2012. We were delighted to be able to make such a significant contribution to the Andrews Charitable Trust this year, and see it as an indicator that recovery is on the horizon.” Grants availableACT awards grants to a wide range of charitable projects dealing with issues such as homelessness and domestic violence, as well as helping communities in third world countries to become self-sustaining.During 2013-14 the trust expects to prioritise charitable ideas which focus on care for the elderly and tackling social barriers to educational achievement, especially for girls.Since 2008, ACT has awarded £1.2 million in grants, and last year it received 331 applications for funding. The trust is currently seeking applications from charities that require funding. There is no deadline for applications. Andrews & Partners gives AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThis Andrews & Partners, the estate and lettings agency with branches across the south of England, has made a £394,688 payment with Gift Aid to Andrews Charitable Trust (ACT), the majority shareholder of the business.The company makes a large annual payment each year to the trust, and has given more than £1 million over the past five years. The gift comprises the majority of the grant-making trust’s funding. The Andrews Charitable TrustACT was established in 1965, initially as the Phyllis Trust. It provides seed-corn funding for new charities over two to seven year periods. It was founded by entrepreneur and humanitarian Cecil Jackson-Cole. Advertisement Howard Lake | 19 April 2013 | News About Howard Lake Howard Lake is a digital fundraising entrepreneur. Publisher of UK Fundraising, the world’s first web resource for professional fundraisers, since 1994. Trainer and consultant in digital fundraising. Founder of Fundraising Camp and co-founder of Researching massive growth in giving.  3 total views,  1 views today AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to LinkedInLinkedInShare to EmailEmailShare to WhatsAppWhatsAppShare to MessengerMessengerShare to MoreAddThislast_img read more

Liverpool team to play West Brom: Is this predicted line up the XI you would pick?

first_img Will Gerrard make his 500th League appearance against West Brom? Liverpool will be hoping to bounce back after their FA Cup semi-final defeat to Aston Villa when they play West Brom on Saturday at the Hawthorns.Liverpool lost 2-1 against Villa on Sunday at Wembley and which means that they will go through another trophyless season under Brendan Rodgers.However, the Reds are still in with an outside chance of a Champions League spot and a win against West Brom is vital to that remaining ambition.One stat that will should them some confidence is the 86 goals they have scored at the Hawthorns over the years, winning 26 of their 65 visits – four more than their hosts.But they face a team who have just had a morale-boosting victory over an in-form Crystal Palace and Kopites will recall that they lost 3-0 at this ground in Rodgers’ first Premier League game in charge three years ago. Furthermore, manager Tony Pulis has never lost a Premier League home game against Liverpool.The Reds also have a few injuries to key members of their squad in the lead up to this game, making the mission ever harder.Lucas Leiva is missing through a thigh strain, while Mamadou Sakho and Adam Lallana will also miss the trip.The match is also expected to come too soon for Daniel Sturridge, but Steven Gerrard, who will make his 500th Premier League appearance if picked to play, is once again fit to start.But who will Rodgers start to play this must win game? talkSPORT take a look GoalkeeperSimon Mignolet will continue in goal for Liverpool as he continues to attempt to win over all his critics.    His command of the area has vastly improved since he was dropped earlier in the season but question marks are still raised as to whether he really is the goalkeeper to take Liverpool forward in the future.DefenceWith Sakho stuck on the physio table, Lovren will join Martin Skrtel and Emre Can in defence.The trio struggled against a hard-working Aston Villa at the weekend and will need to be wary of a West Brom attack that may well feature the pace of Saido Berahino.Lovren himself hasn’t settled since his £20m move from Southampton in the summer, but will now have the chance to improve his claim to be a regular starter in a red shirt.MidfieldIf Steven Gerrard does play he will become only the 12th player in history to make 500 Premier League appearances, with only Ryan Giggs and Jamie Carragher managing the feat for just one club.With Lucas injured for this game and Raheem Sterling having to play as the lone striker, it seems likely that Gerrard will achieve this landmark.Alongside him will be Jordan Henderson, who signed a new five-year deal with the club this week and will more than likely be the future club captain for the years to come.What was perhaps worrying last weekend was Aston Villa’s ability to dominate the midfield, something that Henderson, Joe Allen and Gerrard will have to put right against a similarly strong West Brom.Jordon Ibe will be available for selection again after he was cup tied for Wembley and expect him to play the right wing-back role. Alberto Moreno, perhaps one of Liverpool’s better signings this season, will start on the left.AttackPhilippe Coutinho scored Liverpool’s only goal against Aston Villa and the Reds will be hoping the 22-year-old can be the difference against a Tony Pulis side that will be very hard to break down.The front man is likely to be Raheem Sterling, with Mario Balotelli and Rickie Lambert out of favour under Rodgers.It will be interesting to see if either of them stay during the summer transfer window, especially with the young Belgian striker Divock Origi coming into the squad next season. 1last_img read more