Corporate Responsibility

At Law Firm Services we believe it’s important to be good corporate citizens and by leveraging the support of our advertisers, sponsors, seminar delegates and award attendees, we have provided funding to a number of organisations and enabled them to continue their amazing work, supporting people across the UK and also in some of the poorest countries around the world.

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2017

The generosity at our Annual conference and awards raised £4,850 which was donated to:-

Lady Grantchester, of the Moore’s family and owners of Littlewoods, suggested to the Rotary Club in Kingston, where she lived, that they take disadvantaged children on a day out. She approached Rotarians Peter Jarvis and Graham Child about the idea. A deal was struck, and in 1990 the Kingston Rotary Club and Kingston Littlewoods store organised an outing for 200 children to go to Thorpe Park. The day was so successful that Lady Grantchester offered a one off grant to any Rotary Club willing to take part in a similar event on the 2nd Wednesday in June. Overnight 800 Rotary Clubs from all over the UK joined in and the National Rotary KidsOut Day was created. It immediately became the biggest single outing for disadvantaged children in the UK, with tens of thousands of children taken out on the second Wednesday every June.

You can find more information at www.kidsout.org.uk

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2016

The generosity at our Annual conference and awards raised £7,500 which was equally shared by the following chosen charities:-

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SWAN stands for Syndrome Without A Name. It is a term used to describe disabled children who are thought to have a genetic syndrome or condition that doctors have so far been unable to identify.  The reason that many children remain undiagnosed is because it is highly likely that they have a very rare syndrome or condition.

You can find more information at www.undiagnosed.org.uk

Some of the very basic facts and figures about prostate cancer from the UK
  • Prostate cancer is the most common cancer in men.
  • Over 47,000 men are diagnosed with prostate cancer every year – that's 130 men every day.
  • Every hour one man dies from prostate cancer – that's more than 10,800 men every year.
  • 1 in 8 men will get prostate cancer in their lifetime.
  • Over 330,000 men are living with and after prostate cancer

Click here for Prostate thank you letter and charity certificate.

You can find more information at http://prostatecanceruk.org

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The money raised by the appeal will help match the world class care received in the hospital with world class facilities, creating the best possible environment for children to get better more quickly.

Further information can be found at www.tchc.org.uk

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2015

The generosity at our Annual conference and awards raised £4,500 which was equally shared by the following chosen charities:-

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SWAN stands for Syndrome Without A Name. It is a term used to describe disabled children who are thought to have a genetic syndrome or condition that doctors have so far been unable to identify.  The reason that many children remain undiagnosed is because it is highly likely that they have a very rare syndrome or condition.

You can find more information at www.undiagnosed.org.uk

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The money raised by the appeal will help match the world class care received in the hospital with world class facilities, creating the best possible environment for children to get better more quickly.

Further information can be found at www.tchc.org.uk

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2014

The generosity at our Annual conference and awards raised £5,700 which was equally shared by the following chosen charities:-

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SWAN stands for Syndrome Without A Name. It is a term used to describe disabled children who are thought to have a genetic syndrome or condition that doctors have so far been unable to identify.  The reason that many children remain undiagnosed is because it is highly likely that they have a very rare syndrome or condition.

You can find more information at www.undiagnosed.org.uk 

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The money raised by the appeal will help match the world class care received in the hospital with world class facilities, creating the best possible environment for children to get better more quickly.

Further information can be found at www.tchc.org.uk

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2013

The generosity at our Annual conference and awards raised £7,000 which was equally shared by the following chosen charities:-

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SWAN stands for Syndrome Without A Name. It is a term used to describe disabled children who are thought to have a genetic syndrome or condition that doctors have so far been unable to identify.  The reason that many children remain undiagnosed is because it is highly likely that they have a very rare syndrome or condition.

You can find more information at www.undiagnosed.org.uk

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Against Breast Cancer is the story of the personal crusade of founders Dr Anthony Leathem and his wife Patricia in their search for a future free of breast cancer. Today, Against Breast Cancer funds pioneering research by expert clinical scientists at the University of Westminster in London. They use our exceptional collection of breast tissue and patient samples to identify markers that can detect the re-appearance of breast cancer in women already treated for this illness.

You can find more information at www.againstbreastcancer.org.uk

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Prospect Hospice supports a community of 300,000 people in Swindon, Marlborough and north Wiltshire, and the villages of Lechlade and Fairford in Gloucestershire. In 2013-14 they cared for almost 2,000 people in their own homes, in care homes, at the Great Western Hospital and at the hospice in Wroughton. They supported their families and friends too, with a range of services developed to help them when a loved one is in their care.

Further information can be found at www.prospect-hospice.net

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CARE has an unparalleled track record of working with communities to help them find sustainable ways of making a living. For example, we support more than 800,000 people in 39 countries to set up small business activities by giving small loans or running village savings projects.

Further information can be found at www.carechallenge.org.uk

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2012

The generosity at our Annual conference and awards raised £4,000 which was equally shared by the following chosen charities:-

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The Alzheimer's Society is a membership organisation, which works to improve the quality of life of people affected by dementia in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. Many of their 20,000 members have personal experience of dementia, as carers, health professionals or people with dementia themselves, and their experiences help to inform their work.

Further information can be found at www.alzheimers.org.uk

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​Macmillan are a source of support, helping with all the things that people affected by cancer want and need. It's not only patients who live with cancer, we also help carers, families and communities. They fund nurses and other specialist health care professionals and build cancer care centres. But give so much more than medical help.

Further information can be found at www.macmillan.org.uk