PracticeAccounting FirmsGrant Thornton volunteers work to improve London

Grant Thornton volunteers work to improve London

70 employees taking part in community projects

Seventy employees from
Grant
Thornton’s London office
are taking part in this year’s
London
Better Together Day,’
the firm has said

The employees will assist in various community projects across the city today
as part of the annual event now in its third year.

Five separate groups of Grant Thornton volunteers will work on a range of
projects with the aim of making the Capital a better place to live and work.

All the projects are run in primary schools with pupils from a diverse range
of disadvantaged backgrounds and will see the volunteers put to use their
gardening, painting and sporting skills.

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