The property investment specialists will sponsor a Christmas concert taking place at St Mary's Church in Nantwich on December 7th when Stapeley Broad Lane Church of England School Choir and Brine Leas School Rhythm & Blues Band will sing out in support of the NSPCC.
The charity's South Cheshire branch chairman Carole Tallon Bailey said: "Our first meeting took place in the old Town Hall, Crewe in 1894. Now here we are in 2016 still raising funds for abused children which includes sexual, physical and emotional cases as well as neglected children whose everyday needs are not fulfilled.
"At present, figures for abused and neglected children in the Cheshire area are on the increase. Last year alone there were nearly 700 calls from children in need and 2016 has seen another increase. It is imperative that funds are raised to help the children to come to terms with their traumatic experiences by offering therapy sessions while supporting the 'families and preventing abuse programme' when needed."
Letting agents Martin & Co, which has branches in Crewe and Nantwich, are supporting the evening as sponsors alongside Gateway Peugeot Crewe.
Martin & Co managing director Shaun Cafferty, said: "We have a strong commitment to putting something back into the local community which has shown us so much loyalty, and we support a number of causes locally, but the NSPCC pulls at the heart strings more than any other. They work tirelessly to raise funds, and we didn't hesitate in offering our backing as a sponsor. We urge local people and local businesses to show their support as we head towards the season of goodwill."
Tickets to the concert are £5 for adults and free for children under 16. Doors open at 6.30pm.
For more information and tickets call 01270 811647 or visit St Mary's Church shop.