Quilter Foundation donates £100,000 to National Emergencies Trust Covid-19 appeal

Pedro Gonçalves
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British wealth manager Quilter has donated £100,000 to the National Emergencies Trust (NET) coronavirus appeal through its charity foundation. The NET was launched by Prince William in response to the Covid-19 crisis. The appeal will seek to raise substantial funds which will then be distributed by the NET through an established link through to Community Foundations nationally. This will ensure the funds reach local charities delivering urgent support to the elderly and other vulnerable groups that are and will be dramatically impacted through the crisis. Quilter CEO Paul Feeney sa...

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