PwC staff dress down for charity

Published at 13:01 PM on 10 October 2013

Property partners at PwC, including head of the real estate practice Craig Hughes, have never looked so relaxed. They have exchanged suits and ties for casual wear in a 'dress down for a £1' day at PwC's London offices in aid of property charity LandAid for its annual fundraising event, LandAid Day (Thursday 10th October).

The dress down event is one of a number of fundraising events being organised by PwC, including a silent auction and taking part in the sponsored LandAid treasure hunt around London.

Craig Hughes, UK & Global Sovereign Wealth Fund real estate leader at PwC, said:
“LandAid is a great cause and we're proud to support the fantastic work it is doing to make a difference to people's lives. It's great to see everyone taking part with such enthusiasm.”
LandAid works to transform the lives of young, disadvantaged people and as a leading provider of professional services to the property industry, PwC has made a commitment of support over the next three years. PwC has become a Foundation Partner - the first of the big four UK professional services firms - and has committed to providing expert advice, training and education resources.

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