PMM supports charities helping the homeless in London

As part of PMM’s ‘Better Futures’ Corporate Responsibility Plan, the company has joined forces with two charities to support people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless in London and the surrounding boroughs.

It is funding an employability programme run by SHP, that helps homeless people to find a job and secure sustainable income that enables them to afford housing. With SPEAR, PMM is funding an outreach service in the Borough of Wandsworth, helping rough sleepers.

“We are delighted to be chosen as the PMM’s Charity Partner. Their generous funding will enable us to support 150 homeless and vulnerable people a year into employment, education and training. PMM’s contribution will also provide micro-grants for the people we support, so that they can gain necessary qualifications, training or documentation to improve their employability prospects.

Liz Rutherfoord, CEO SHP Commented
‘PMM’s funding will enable SPEAR to continue to support street homeless in Wandsworth, a service which was in danger of shutting down.  Over two years, 140 rough sleepers will be helped to resolve their health and housing needs.’

Stuart Nevill CEO SPEAR Commented

‘PMM’s funding will enable SPEAR to continue to support street homeless in Wandsworth, a service which was in danger of shutting down.  Over two years, 140 rough sleepers will be helped to resolve their health and housing needs.’ Stuart Nevill CEO SPEAR