ESPC announces charity partnership with Rock Trust

ESPC announces charity partnership with Rock Trust

Pictured (L-R): Maria Janquera Cantera and Joanne Simpson of Rock Trust with Nina Patel and Kimberley Smith from ESPC

ESPC has announced that it will dedicate its charity fundraising efforts to the Scottish youth homelessness charity Rock Trust for its 2024/25 business year.

Rock Trust aims to end youth homelessness in Scotland by ensuring that every young person can access specific services to assist them in avoiding, surviving and moving on from homelessness.

Joanne Simpson, partnerships lead at Rock Trust, said: “At Rock Trust, we are delighted to be chosen as ESPC’s charity partner!

“We are so grateful that the team at ESPC has chosen to support young people experiencing homelessness, as more and more areas declare housing emergencies.

“With their valuable knowledge, skills, and enthusiasm, we are confident that ESPC will play an important role in helping us to end youth homelessness in Scotland.”

Paul Hilton, CEO of ESPC, said: “As we enter our new business year and being mindful of the recently declared Scottish housing emergency, we could think of nothing more meaningful than working with Rock Trust and dedicating our charity efforts to their extremely important cause this year.

“Not everyone is in the fortunate position of being able to own a home, or to be able to rent a property without support, but we share the common view of Rock Trust in that everyone should have somewhere safe that they can call home.

“We feel that this charity is an ideal fit for ESPC and shares our common values of wanting to build better futures and ensuring that everyone can enjoy the security of a home of their own.

“We very much look forward to working with them this year and we hope that our efforts can help to make a difference to young people at risk of experiencing homelessness.”

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