Recent Charity Partnerships

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Our work would not be possible without the support and generosity of our company partners. Have a look through our current partnerships and find out about all the great work we have managed to achieve together. We would also like to thank our partners for their commitment and support.

Interested in becoming a charity partner? Why not call our Fundraising Team and find out how we can work together to support childhood acquired brain injury – 01869 341075

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We are pleased to have received the support from Bolt Burdon Kemp towards sponsoring Action for Brain Injury Week for the past three years.

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Case Managment Services have first hand knowledge of working with children with acquired brain injury. We were delighted to be supported by them as their charity of the year for 2015.

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The Charity were chosen as one of Clarke Willmott’s charities of the year for 2015 and we enjoyed working together so much, the partnership has continued into 2016.

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Digby Brown have been a long established supporter of our Scottish project. And continue to support the Charity through volunteering, donations and in kind.

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Irwin Mitchell have long supported the Charity throughout Yorkshire and were announced as one of the Legal Support Service Partners in 2015.

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JMW Solicitors have been supporting the Charity for over four years now. JMW Solicitors are the Charity’s Legal Support Service Provider for the North West and organise an annual Comedy Black Tie Dinner in aid of the Charity.

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Kings Chambers started working with the Charity in 2014. They have continue to support the Charity as an active member of the Manchester Fundraising Group.

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Nestor have supported the Charity on a number of events, including sponsoring Glow Day in 2015, and continue to be involved in the Manchester Fundraising Group.

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We were pleased to have been chosen as NewLaw Solicitors’ Charity of the Year in 2014, they developed some fantastic fundraising initiatives, including a great charity ball.

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In 2015, No5 Chambers hosted their first Strictly Come Dancing inspired event raising over £20,000 for the Charity. They will be running the event again this year and hope to achieve as much success again.

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30 Park Place Chambers have announced the Child Brain Injury Trust as their Charity of the Year for 2016 and are active members of the Cardiff Fundraising Group.

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The Charity has a long standing relationship with Towry who have supported the Charity nationally from previously sponsoring the annual conference to hosting Wine Tasting Events.

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