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LawCare is pleased to announce that in recognition of its work in supporting the legal community, it has been nominated for a grant by the new Wesleyan Foundation, which has set up by the specialist financial service provider for lawyers to support good causes across the UK.
Voting is now open, and closes on 20 December. The more votes a cause gets, the bigger the share of support it receives, which ranges from £5k - £8k.
“As a mutual, we are committed to making a positive impact in all we do. One of the ways we intend to do this is through our new Wesleyan Foundation, designed to focus on supporting good causes across the UK, particularly those that are important to our customers,” comments Victoria Wentworth, Wesleyan’s Chief Customer Officer. “We have nominated LawCare as a charity that can create change with the right level of support.”
“This is very exciting news, as a grant would really make a difference to our work,” adds Elizabeth Rimmer, CEO of LawCare. “We need those votes so please click on the link and vote for LawCare now! Every vote counts so do also spread the word. The more votes we get the more support we will receive.”
To vote for LawCare, click on http://www.ersvotes.com/wesleyan
For more information contact:
Gemma Matthews. E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Note to editors:
LawCare is the charity that promotes and supports good mental health and wellbeing across the legal community in the UK and Ireland. As well as the 365-day-a-year Helpline, LawCare provides a wealth of information, resources and factsheets on the website. Visit www.lawcare.org.uk
The Wesleyan Foundation has been designed to focus on supporting good causes across the UK that cover areas such as health, social development as well as education and innovation projects that can really create change with the right level of support.
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