Saltus marathon walk raises £15,000 for youth charity

More than £100,000 raised for good causes over the past three years

Julia Bahr
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Saltus has raised £15,037 for Portsmouth-based youth development charity Tall Ships Youth Trust, the wealth manager revealed.

More than 30 Saltus staff walked more than 600 miles, combined, through the New Forest to raise funds for the trust that helps young people expand their horizons through life-changing adventures at sea. Tall Ships Youth Trust takes young people from disadvantaged backgrounds on residential youth sailing voyages, where they learn to realise their true potential, the firm explained. "The money raised from the Saltus' event will be used to fund a five-day transformational voyage at sea for 12 young people. Saltus has chosen Tall Ships Youth Trust to be its ‘charity of the year' and is pl...

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