PSG Cornwall is doing its bit to help Cornwall’s homeless this festive season.
The company, which specialises in supplying homeowners with conveyancing searches and energy performance certificates, has made a donation to St Petrocs, which will enable the homeless charity to provide 60 nights’ accommodation in the lead up to Christmas.
PSG managing partner, Simon Gill, explained: “We help many homebuyers to buy, sell and let property. However, we are acutely aware of the challenges faced by those without a home, especially as the coronavirus pandemic has had a significant impact on those facing homelessness and the charities supporting them.”
St Petrocs is a charity dedicated to its mission of ending homelessness in Cornwall, and is working harder than ever to protect those facing homelessness.
Dave Brown of St Petrocs said: “We’d like to thank PSG Cornwall for thinking about homeless people in Cornwall this winter.
“It’s likely to prove a difficult end to a difficult year for many, and those who are left with no other option than to sleep outside are finding the situation more demanding than ever. We need support services to assist them off the streets, and without donations such as this, we simply wouldn’t be able to provide those services.”