We think about the word 'impact' in two ways.
First we think about the positive impact we have on our clients helping them with leading-edge advice, research and service.
Second, we realise that being in business brings with it a responsibility to leave an on-going legacy. Put even more simply, we believe business has the power to change lives.
We love the communities we live and work in and we love to make a difference by supporting them in every way we can.
We actively support local and national charities including Campden Home Nursing, Shipston Home Nursing, RNLI, Kates Home Nursing, The Moreton-in-Marsh and District Agricultural and Horse Show Society, Midland Air Ambulance, The British Legion, Orchard Bank, Home-Start Cotswolds and others.
James Hayman-Joyce, Tom Hayman-Joyce and John Yarnold walked the 102 mile long Cotswold Way which weaves its way up and down Cotswold Scarp from Bath to Chipping Campden. In doing so we raised over £10,000 for local charities.
Six brave members of the Hayman-Joyce team (Tom Hayman-Joyce, Tina Miles, Alex Turnbull, Tom Miles, Sarah Garner and Martin O’Connor) jumped out of a perfectly good aeroplane at 13,000 feet. They experienced 40 seconds of petrifying freefall before thankfully the parachutes opened at 5,000 feet for a glide back to the ground. Their efforts raised over £3,000 for local charities.
As well as impacting our local community we impact the global community with our Lifetime Partnership with the global initiative Buy-1-Give-1, Business for Good - www.b1g1.com
And you get to play a part in it too
When you invite us to visit you for a market appraisal of your property , we buy bricks to build a school in Cambodia or to build a home in India. It's a simple as that. We're doing good ... together.
When we sell your property, we build a house for someone who lost their homes in natural disaster or who cannot afford building their own house in India.
So far we have created the following number of giving impacts across our world:
Help us build on this by working with us.