Wynne-Jones IP takes fundraising to new heights with O2 climb

Wynne-Jones IP takes fundraising to new heights with O2 climb

Rosie Le Breton, Zoe Thomas, Katie Richards and Amy Kasprzyca will be climbing the iconic capital landmark on June 15 to raise funds for brain injury charity Headway UK. The climb will be part of several fundraising activities the firm has scheduled throughout the year with the firm hoping to raise around £1,500 for the charity, with over £1,000 raised already.

 

The Partners at Wynne Jones IP said the daring stunt was the perfect way to draw attention to this “invaluable” national charity and its work while raising vital funds. They said: “We are thrilled that our staff are taking fundraising to exciting new heights in aid of this worthwhile charity.

“We’d like to congratulate them on taking part in this exciting event and being fantastic ambassadors for Wynne Jones IP in the process.

 “We have chosen Headway UK as our charity of the year thanks to the exemplary work they do in supporting people whose lives have been changed significantly due to a potentially debilitating brain injury.

 “We hope the firm raises significant funds to help treat these patients and support their families and we would encourage everyone to get behind them.”

 

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