Nucleus donates £750,000 as it launches charitable foundation

Eight employee trustees to oversee Nucleus Foundation

Jenna Brown
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Nucleus has established its own charitable foundation and donated an initial £750,000 to the cause.

The independent adviser platform said the Nucleus Foundation, which received Charity Commission approval earlier this month, would be governed by a committee of independent and staff trustees. It said it was in the process of appointing eight staff from across the business that represented its Edinburgh, Glasgow, London and Salisbury locations. The foundation is set to focus on five areas linked to issues and causes close to the heart of the business and its staff. Local community causes will feature, it said, giving the foundation a place-based-giving approach to providing grants ...

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