Stockport law firm, Gorvins, have chosen Seashell Trust as their charity of the year for 2018.
The solicitors will be raising money for the Cheadle Hulme charity, which provide children and young adults with severe learning disabilities and little language abilities with a creative, happy and secure environment to live and learn.
Students come from all over the country to attend this national centre of excellence in education and care.
Wendy Bray, fundraiser at Seashell Trust, said:
“We are so excited Gorvins Solicitors has chosen to partner with us in 2018. Its CSR work is outstanding and it has given so much to the community here in Stockport and Greater Manchester. We are really looking forward to working with everyone there on fundraising and volunteering initiatives throughout the year.”
Paul Longmire, head of marketing and chair of Gorvins Solicitors’ charities committee, said:
“Gorvins Solicitors are proud to have chosen Seashell Trust as our charity of the year for 2018. As a regional firm, whose staff live and work in the area, we are passionate about putting something back into the communities that support us.
“The fantastic work the charity does to support its students both far and wide is incredible and we are very much looking forward to fundraising for them throughout the year.
“As part of this exciting partnership, Gorvins Solicitors has already outlined a full calendar of fundraising events as well as voluntary support and advice to the children and parents of Seashell Trust.”
The trust greatly values financial partnerships and also the volunteers, mentors for Seashell students, pro bono work, and gifts in kind our corporate supporters provide.