Forster Dean Solicitors, a law firm finding itself on the crest of a wave with and covering the North West and the Midlands, participate in the ‘World’s Biggest Coffee Morning’ to drive revenue for charity purposes. The main aim of the series of events is to attract funds in support of Macmillan Cancer fundraising.
Forster Dean’s main sphere of specialisation is accident claims and personal injuries, though the company is grinding away to give more value than legal assistance to particular people as well as the whole community. Impressed by the passion of Macmillan enthusiasts, lending a helping hand to those who need it most, Forster Dean has joined the ranks of contributors to support the good purpose.
One of the 23 companies listed at Solicitors Guru – perhaps, the largest legal platform which helps find a solicitor in the UK, a synergy of informational resource and a matching service, Forster Dean is maintaining the traditions.
In aspiration to make the world a better place, the company is hoping the efforts will help in saving the lives of the people. Thus, the company will host a series of Coffee Mornings in the majority of its offices throughout the entire regions of coverage. The organization of events will supposedly not only boost gathering funds, but will also create awareness.
To help those who really need it, drop in at one of the offices listed below; enjoy the nice time and flavored coffee (bring your friends too!). By attending the event not only you’ll make a contribution into improving the lives of cancer patients, but also have a chance to win one of the special prizes!
- Birkenhead (Wirral)
- Chorley (Lancashire)
- Crewe (Cheshire)
- Eccles (Greater Manchester)
- Ellesmere Port (Cheshire)
- Hanley (Staffordshire)
- Harpurhey (Greater Manchester)
- Leigh (Greater Manchester)
- Liverpool (Bootle)
- Liverpool (County Road, Walton)
- Liverpool (Huyton)
- Liverpool (Old Swan)
- Liverpool (Tuebrook)
- Newcastle-under-Lyme (Staffordshire)
- Oldham (Greater Manchester)
- Preston (Lancashire)
- Rochdale (Greater Manchester)
- Runcorn (Cheshire)
- St Helens (Merseyside)
- Stafford (Staffordshire)
- Stockport (Cheshire)
- Walsall (West Midlands)
- Warrington (Cheshire)
- Widnes (Cheshire)
- Widnes – Conveyancing Department (Cheshire)
- Wigan (Greater Manchester)
Actually, Forster Dean is not debuting in this particular charity program: thus, in 2013, the company’s efforts resulted in £2,500 raised for Macmillan fund, and the campaign of the year of 2014 will have a wider reach, so the number will almost surely exceed the previous year ones.
What to expect
The event will be comprised of public and closed parts, the public part will start from 9am and end at 4pm. During this period all the guests are welcomed to attend our offices and make their contribution to support Macmillan fund. All the funds gathered at the events will be transferred to Macmillan account; Forster Dean will announce the amount collected and publish reports on the funds credited.
The event also includes a business part, the closed one – this part of the event implies hosting closed meetings with entrepreneurs and business owners looking to contribute the money in support of Macmillan fund. Forster Dean believes that cooperating with corporate level contributors is another savvy direction for collecting money. Thus, following the path of the most successful charity organizations, the company is planning to develop the charity direction and become a full-fledged Macmillan partner in the foreseeable future. Don’t forget that the firm deals with the wide range of cases and in some of them there is an opportunity to save money on legal fees – how to do that read in the no win no fee lay terms explanation.
Health problems stab us in the back unexpectedly, and unfortunately, in the worst scenario there is only temporary relief we can bring. Give a piece of your heart and your support to those who really need it – drop in on a coffee party in your city, you are warmly welcome!