Investment Quorum set to launch '12 days of Christmas' charity campaign

'Contribute in a meaningful way'

Julia Bahr
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Independent wealth management firm Investment Quorum (IQ) will launch a charity campaign on 1 December, reflecting its belief in supporting good causes whenever possible.

The company said that businesses should be responsible and contribute in a meaningful way to the community in which they operate. Speaking to Professional Adviser, IQ said that in light of this belief, it had started preparations for the launch of its ‘IQ 12 days of Christmas' campaign that will run from 1 to 12 December. "During that time one or multiple staff members are doing something for a cause or charity which is close to our hearts," the firm said. Activities will include serving breakfast to the homeless, donating blood, charity karaoke, Christmas jumper day and cake sales...

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