Selling your home, choose your charity

Every year Simpson and Weekley select 5 local charities that we will proudly support by donating a percentage of our sales fees. 

When you choose us to market your property, you will be able to select one of the charities and show your support with a sign displaying your chosen charity on your sale board.  

Animals In Need

Animals in Need is an organisation dedicated to rescuing sick, injured, trapped and distressed wild and domestic animals.

They provide veterinary treatment where necessary, care for and rehabilitate animals until they can be released or rehomed. They rely on donations and volunteers to continue the amazing work they do.


Encompass supports people facing poverty, homelessness, and addiction. They operate multiple food banks across East Northants for those facing poverty or financial crisis, they provide short-medium term accommodation which is open 24/7, 365 days a year, and volunteers work with residents to help them move into permanent accommodation.

They also have a Recovery House Rehab which is a 6 month programme for those facing drug and alcohol addiction, as well as a day centre for those facing poverty and homelessness.

Golden Years

Golden Years was established in 2017 based in Wellingborough but covering the whole of Northamptonshire. The main aim is to encourage older people to live like ‘recycled teenagers’ and continue to embrace life and all it can offer.

Golden Years focuses on creating new friendships, experiences, and memories. They facilitate day trips from indoor skydiving, meals out, landmark trips, and much more.


Mind is one of the largest mental health providers in Northamptonshire. The vision is to improve mental health and wellbeing locally, and the purpose is to listen, support, take action, and help build resilience for better mental health.

They help people experiencing mental health problems by offering one to one support, well-being courses, social groups and counselling.

Prostate Cancer UK

The Prostate Cancer Charity was founded in 1996, and the aim was to improve the care and welfare of those affected by prostate cancer, increase investment in research, and raise public awareness. They continue to work hard to provide award winning support for men and they’ve raised millions of pounds in research.

Prostate Cancer UK provide support via a helpline, one-to-one support, and information leaflets. Donations can help fund more research and support for men and their families.