12th September 2016
Between September 2015 and August 2016, MSI's Manchester based law member Myerson Solicitors has raised over £19,000 for two Trafford based charities – St Ann’s Hospice and Trafford Deaf Children’s Society.
Myerson’s efforts included cake sales, dress down Friday’s, raffles and quizzes. In addition, during the first weekend in July, a team of 58 Myerson staff and their friends and families also undertook their biggest fundraising event to date by completing the National 3 Peaks Challenge conquering Ben Nevis, Scafell Pike and Snowdon.
In total, £19,158 has been raised for St Ann’s Hospice and Trafford Deaf Children’s Society and this will be split equally between the two charities. The reason we chose to raise money for these two charities is because both charities provide support to the local community with little or no government funding and therefore rely heavily on donations.
A cheque presentation took place at our offices in Regent Road, Altrincham in September.
Andrew Chapman, Partner and Head of CSR at Myerson said: “It has been fantastic to see so many members of staff at Myerson take part and contribute to the fundraising events we have held over the last year for St Ann’s Hospice and Trafford Deaf Children’s Society. We are really pleased to have raised such a significant amount of money for both charities and we are sure it will be put to good use”.
Myerson was founded in Manchester, Cheshire over 30 years ago and is a leading, full service commercial and private client law firm providing bespoke legal advice to businesses and affluent individuals across Manchester, Cheshire, the UK and beyond.
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