Mortgage Bureau, one of the UK’s leading mortgage consultants, has been a partner of Little Hearts Matter since 2013. Mark Clouston, Owner, tells us about the partnership to date:

“We’ve been delighted to work in partnership with Little Hearts Matter for a number of years now. It’s a partnership that works because they understand our needs, are incredibly helpful and supportive and we also know because of regular communication exactly where our money is going to help the families and children they help.

We’ve done lots of activities to help LHM including climbing Snowdon and Ben Nevis, we have run auctions online and we donate 5 per cent of every mortgage transaction we secure. We always make sure our staff has the opportunity to get involved in helping the charity by fundraising, volunteering and we always invite LHM to present at our national conference every year.

We’d recommend a partnership with Little Hearts Matter to anyone and hope to continue ours for many years to come.”

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