Bevan Brittan donates £20,000 to local charities

Law firm Bevan Brittan is donating £20,000 across its chosen local charities this Christmas, with each of its four offices giving £5,000 to the causes they support throughout the year.

The £5,000 donation represents the equivalent cost of postage saved by sending eCards instead of physical cards.

This year, Bevan Brittan is donating £20,000 to charities and the people they look after at an incredibly demanding time of year.

Bevan Brittan plays an active role in its local communities in each of its four offices in Birmingham, Bristol, Leeds and London by holding regular fundraising events for its chosen local charities.

The Christmas donations are in addition to the funds raised by staff during the year through activities including sponsored walks and runs, sleepouts and quizzes.

Commenting on how Bevan Brittan supports its local communities, the firm’s Head of Community Engagement, Mark Calverley, said:

“As a firm, we are committed to making a difference to the communities we work in by playing an active role in supporting local charities. The charities that each of our offices support are very worthy causes that change lives for the better – whether it’s looking after those born unable to swallow or offering support to those without a home to go to this Christmas.

“I am very pleased that we are able to make these donations at this time of year, supporting those that require care, advice or support.”

The charities that Bevan Brittan is donating to this year are:

BirminghamTOFS (Tracheo-Oesophageal Fistula Support), a charity supporting those born unable to swallow with one-to-one support and advice for families.

Bristol: St Peter’s Hospice, a hospice caring for adults with life-limiting illnesses, improving the quality of patients’ living and dying while extending care and support to their families and loved ones.

Leeds: Claro, an adult mental health charity based in Harrogate that operates as a commercial workshop making goods for businesses, enabling those with long-term mental health conditions to function in a voluntary real work environment.

London: Crisis, the national charity supporting the homeless, including running support centres around the country, and Mind, which provides advice and support to anyone experiencing a mental health problem.

For more details about Bevan Brittan’s community support initiatives, please click here.