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Pareto Financial Planning is delighted to announce the Teenage Cancer Trust as its Charity of the Year for 2024. The decision, driven by a staff vote, saw an overwhelming 33% of the team rallying behind the Teenage Cancer Trust, reflecting the collective passion and dedication to make a positive impact in the community.

Pareto Financial Planning, renowned for its client-centric approach and commitment to excellence, recognises the importance of giving back. The annual Charity of the Year initiative is a cornerstone of the company’s Social Impact program, allowing employees to actively participate in selecting a cause that resonates with them.

The Teenage Cancer Trust is a leading charity dedicated to providing specialised care and support to young individuals diagnosed with cancer. With a mission to ensure that no young person faces cancer alone, the charity offers a range of services, including specialised nursing care, support programs, and dedicated spaces for young cancer patients.

Providing services at hospitals in our local community including The Christie, Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital and Alder Hey makes the charities important and much needed work even more special.

“We are thrilled to announce the Teenage Cancer Trust as our Charity of the Year. The overwhelming support from our staff reflects the genuine commitment of Pareto Financial Planning to make a meaningful difference in the lives of those in need,” said Jen Macfarlane, Marketing Manager at Pareto Financial Planning.

The partnership with the Teenage Cancer Trust aligns with Pareto’s core values, emphasising compassion, community engagement, and a dedication to fostering positive change. Over the course of the year, Pareto Financial Planning will actively collaborate with the Teenage Cancer Trust on various initiatives, including fundraising events, awareness campaigns, and volunteer opportunities.

To find out more about Teenage Cancer Trust please visit their website:

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