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Here at Sousa Law, we were proud to announce our participation in the 2015 Springboard Summer Abseil! In 2015 two very brave members of Sousa Law staff abseiled 262 Feet down London’s ArcelorMittal Orbit with an aim to raise £300.00 or more for The Springboard Charity! The Springboard Charity is a charity that deals with current issues such as helping young people achieve their potential by nurturing unemployed people of any age into work and helping alleviate poverty by supporting disadvantaged and underprivileged people into sustainable employment within hospitality, leisure and tourism.
You can help make a difference! – Bernitta and Tora would love your support so please do visit their Virgin Money Giving Page for more information and to make any donations: http://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/team/Sousarichards
We also have an ongoing project to raise money for Headway Surrey – the brain injury charity, whereby our solicitors donate their swear fees. The catalyst being a local young man named Will, who at the young age of 16 suffered a life changing brain injury when he was the subject of an unprovoked assault. As a result of the assault his life was in danger, and several emergency operations followed. Will is now 25 and has made a tremendous recovery with the help of Headway.
Over the last few years we have participated in several Free Will Schemes including Will Aid and “Make-a-will fortnight” initiative on behalf of Countess Mountbatten Hospice Charity. During this time we have waived our fees for writing wills in return for donations to the charities. We were overwhelmed by the generosity of our clients and thank everyone who has contributed. We look forward to participating in the schemes again this year and raising money for such worthy causes.
To find out more about our will writing service go to the dedicated will writing page on our site or call us on 02380 713 060 (Southampton)/01962 670 510 (Alresford).
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