BBC TV Children in Need returns to our screens tonight with an all-star line-up. The partners and staff at Paul Crowley & Co solicitors, will be joining in the fun today and helping to raise as much money as possible to improve the lives of children across the UK by supporting the annual fund raising appeal.
Paul Crowley & Co supporting Children In Need
The partners and staff will be taking part in the fund raising by having an own clothes day, the dress code will be to wear bright clothes or something fun to the office relating to The Children in Need Appeal.
Further fund raising events throughout the day
Louise Flood, Assistant Practice Manager, who organises the Children In Need fund raising on behalf of Paul Crowley & Co, will be running other fund raising events throughout the day to generate further money to support the Appeal.
Louise commented ‘We can all play our part by donating, no matter how big or small, it all helps to make a real difference for the disadvantaged children across the country. I would like to thank everyone from Paul Crowley & Co for taking part and supporting this very worthwhile cause and hopefully together we can make today a big success’.
Louise Flood | Assistant Practice Manager
Paul Crowley & Co.
The Liverpool based solicitors have been a keen supporter of both local and national charities for many years and Louise has organised and generously supported fund raising events in support of Children in Need for the last 4 years.
We will keep you posted on the total amount the partners and staff of Paul Crowley & Co have raised for Children In Need.
What happens to your donation?
The BBC Children In Need started back in 1980 and has so far helped to raise over £950 million, find out here on the BBC website where your donation goes and who it helps?
How your donation helps?
£10 – means a 14 year old boy who keeps fighting at school due to bullying can build positive relationships with others at a youth groups
£20 – provides a counselling session for a 16 year old girl who lost her dad, helping her feel stronger and able to cope with everyday life
£30 – Means disabled children can do an indoor surfing session, where they can have fun while improving their balance and coordination