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Jefferies Solicitors Proud to be in the top 1% of donors for Just Giving

Here at Jefferies Solicitors, we understand the importance of community and do our best to get involved in as many charities and local fundraising events as much as possible.  In June we proudly supported the local St John’s Community Choir in their mission to raise money for Headway North Staffordshire, the brain injury charity as part of their “You Raise Me Up” campaign and members of our legal team and their families joined the Pretty Muddy Race For Life campaign in aid of Cancer Research UK.

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Click here to donate to Cancer Research UK

These fantastic charitable events raised thousands for great causes, and we are delighted to be a part of these events. In fact, we are proud to say that Just Giving has informed us that we were in the top 1% of donors for June. So a big thank you to everyone who has donated and helped us raise funds for these charities and worthy causes that really make a difference in people’s lives.

Out of 864224 donors, we were in the top 1%! And we couldn’t have done it without you.

Nina Ramsden, Director at Jefferies Solicitors and participant in last month’s Pretty Muddy Race For Life says:  “Our whole team loves getting involved in great fundraisers and charitable events and we were extremely proud to find out that our firm was in the top 1% of donors for June.

We will continue to support local charities and help communities raise much-needed funds, so look out for any of our new charitable ventures on our blog and if you can, dig deep! “

Can we count on your support too?

Remember it’s not too late to donate to Headway North Staffordshire and help St John’s Community Choir raise money to help support those affected by brain injury. Click here and donate and watch the great video here.

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Published on 7th July 2015.

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