Leading UK law firm Shoosmiths is pleased to announce its 2022/2023 office charity partners. Six of our locations are continuing their current charity partnerships (*).
Our 2022/2023 charity partners are:
Belfast: Cancer Research UK is the world’s leading charity dedicated to cancer research. The Belfast office will be supporting Business Beats Cancer Belfast, a group of committed business leaders from a range of professions, focused on raising awareness and funds for Cancer Research UK.
Birmingham: NSPCC* believes every childhood is worth fighting for and works to prevent abuse, help rebuild children’s lives and supports families. Our funds are ringfenced to the Birmingham Childline service which provides free support and advice to children and young people.
Edinburgh: Pilton Youth and Children’s Project works with children and young people, offering them opportunities for new experiences and support to any difficulties so that they can have the best chance of a successful future.
Glasgow: Urban Roots is a community led environmental charity working across the Southside of Glasgow. It empowers local people to make choices and lifestyle changes that are beneficial to them, their communities and the environment.
Leeds: Leeds Mind* helps people build on their strengths, overcome obstacles, and become more in control of their lives.
London: The Childhood Trust is London’s child poverty charity, dedicated to alleviating the impact of poverty on children and young people living in the capital.
Manchester: Mustard Tree believes in a Greater Manchester where everyone has the opportunity to be a connected, valued and contributing member of society. It creates opportunities for people to help themselves through providing practical support, friendship, connections into work, improvements to health and wellbeing plus new experiences to encourage aspiration.
Milton Keynes: The Henry Allen Trust* provides advice, support, fun and laughter to families facing childhood cancer.
Northampton: Earth’s Lonely Angels is a team of volunteers who make it their mission to reach local people who may be lonely, whether that is vulnerable older people or those who are homeless.
Nottingham: Belong Nottingham empowers refugees, asylum seekers and migrants to achieve their full potential and to be economically active and socially included.
Sheffield: Roundabout*, South Yorkshire’s local youth housing charity provides shelter, support and life-skills to young people aged 16-24 who are homeless or at risk of homelessness.
Solent: Acts of Kindness* helps people facing an immediate crisis, is on hand to help people improve their lives and loves community projects where it can really make a difference.
Thames Valley: No5* provides listening and counselling support to 11- 25-year-olds living, working or studying in Reading.