The night raised a total of £5,280 and with Precise matching every pound raised, £10,580 will go to Believe to Achieve, a children’s charity based in Wolverhampton.
The event was attended by mortgage brokers, packagers, networks, clubs, surveyors, conveyancers and members of the media.
Alan Cleary (pictured), managing director, Precise Mortgages, said: “They are a generous bunch but special mention goes to Pete Mugleston, director of Online Mortgage Advisor, who won the poker competition and donated £500.”
A team of 20 people will also be running the Black Country Marathon on Saturday 4 July which has so far raised £3,093 for Believe to Achieve. With Precise’s promise to match every pound raised, this is estimated to take the total to around £7,000.