Wilson Nesbitt Christmas Support for Simon Community NI
This Christmas, Wilson Nesbitt has donated £1,500 from its Conveyancing Foundation charity fund to the Simon Community, Northern Ireland, to help with the great work they do providing support services for those with no home or who are experiencing financial difficulty.
About the Simon Community NI
Simon Community NI exists to support people who are experiencing, or who are at risk of experiencing homelessness. As Northern Ireland’s leading and longest running homelessness charity, Simon Community provides 464 warm beds each night across 35 shelter and support services, supporting 636 people every day. Their services include:
- Homelessness Prevention
- Emergency & Permanent Accommodation
- Young People Support Services
The charity is at the forefront of community-led homelessness solutions, and in the background, supporting its vital work are its determined supporters, including a diverse range of corporate supporters donating time, skills, food and financial assistance.
Wilson Nesbitt is proud to support the work of the Simon Community NI and hope our commitment will help support families and communities who are facing financial pressures.
“We have supported the fantastic work of the Simon Community NI for a number of years now, and their services are particularly essential this year given the cost-of-living crisis that has pushed even more people into financial difficulty. We are very thankful to our clients and staff, who have helped us to raise money over the past year to support the work of a number of charities carrying out great work across Northern Ireland. We would also like to thank all the team at Simon Community NI for their tireless efforts in their mission to end homelessness in Northern Ireland.”
Get in Touch
Simon Community runs a 24/7 telephone service. If you, or anyone you know, is worried about potentially experiencing homelessness, please call 0800-171-2222. If you’d like more information on how to get involved, please visit www.simoncommunity.org