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H&H Golding real estate partakes in Christmas spirit of giving


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H&H Golding, Sri Lanka’s foremost real estate agent, provided a charitable donation to the NGO, ‘Voice for the Voiceless Foundation’ in celebration of the holiday season for 2018, on 21 December.

The Good Hope Project aims to provide dry rations for 12 families primarily single parents and widows located in deeply impoverished areas around Sri Lanka. 

H&H Golding provides property services for its local and international clientele for buying, renting, selling and managing real estate. This international, registered real estate firm specialises in residential and commercial international relocation and real estate concierge services. The company was built on an ethos of trust and efficiency in service, with a firm belief in giving back to the communities they are based in, globally.

This year’s charitable donation was successfully completed in an attempt to stay true to the ‘Christmas Spirit’ of giving.

H&H Golding CEO Michelle N. Perera stated, “H&H Golding has had the good fortune of working with many of Sri Lanka’s most successful entrepreneurs when it comes to real estate development and business, but we cannot deny that there is a disparity within our beautiful nation. As we celebrate the Christmas holiday this season, we strive to ensure that many less fortunate families can do so too in peace, harmony and with the hope of a better tomorrow. It was a pleasure to meet the project coordinators of the ‘Good Hope Project’ today and see their tireless efforts helping to make many families more fulfilled this season. The H&H Golding team and I look forward to continuing in this same manner as the New Year dawns.”

H&H Golding, which opened their offices at Barnes Place, Colombo, Sri Lanka in September 2018, is a subsidiary under the Haddon Group. The real estate company has affiliate offices in Europe, Australia and the UAE.

 


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