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Outlet teams up with NAT to support vital HIV policy work

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

NAT is delighted to announce we have partnered up with Outlet Property Services, based in the heart of London. Outlet will make a donation to NAT for every property sold or let through them by an NAT supporter, whilst also offering special discounts.

If you are looking to rent your property, NAT supporters will receive a full 1% off Outlet’s normal letting fee and Outlet will also donate 1% to NAT.   If you sell your property through Outlet, their already competitive sales rate will be reduced from 2% to 1.5% and Outlet will also donate 0.25% directly to NAT. Outlet hopes to raise over £5,000 this year for NAT through this new scheme alone.
 
Deborah Jack, Chief Executive of NAT (National AIDS Trust), comments:
 
‘NAT is thrilled that Outlet is helping fundraise for NAT’s vital policy work - challenging injustice, shaping attitudes and changing lives. At a difficult economic time, NAT is extremely grateful for this commitment and it really will make a difference.’
 
Josh Rafter, Managing Director of Outlet, comments:
 
‘I am so pleased Outlet is able to give something back to the communities in which we work.  From day one our ethos has been to match people and properties, without prejudice. We proudly support the important work NAT does and are happy to help.’
 
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Notes to the editor:

For further information on Outlet and supporting NAT, please visit the Outlet website www.outlet4property.com

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