We have a strong corporate strategy that means we are here for the local community.
Our commitment to the local area goes beyond providing a legal service for individuals and businesses in and around Ipswich, Hadleigh, Felixstowe, Woodbridge and Melton and includes helping community groups and charities in Ipswich and Suffolk. Our lawyers have a range of expertise and take this community responsibility home with them because their families, friends and clients all benefit from it.
We contribute by offering our skills to community groups, charities and schools in our spare time. We also run many fundraising and sponsorship events. You will find an updated list on our Facebook page
Regular commitment to the local community include our Lawyers and staff actively taking time out to help organisations and charities:
Supporting young single homeless people aged 16-25 with low support needs and a local connection to Ipswich.
Ipswich CAB offers general advice, information and representation to all in the Ipswich area. CAB offers casework/specialist advice on Money Advice.
A charity providing grants for the education of young people in the civil parishes of Akenham, Henley, Tuddenham St. Martin, and Witnesham, and the ecclesiastical parish of St. Mary Magdalene Westerfield.
The Ipswich Hospital Band and St Peter’s Band mainly accepts bookings for concerts in aid of health-related charities and other similar worthy causes.
Set up to receive donations from patients of the Medical Practice, its main purpose is to help and improve patient care. Trust funds are only used to purchase equipment that would not normally be purchased by the Practice and all purchases are agreed by the external committee.
Set up in Ipswich in 2006, for people with and without learning disabilities to share life together.
The Suffolk Book League promotes the pleasures of reading by bringing popular and distinguished writers to speak in Ipswich and the surrounding area as well as supporting a wide range of literary-related community projects.
Charitable Trust established to promote cultural activities within the market town of Framlingham and the immediate area.
The charity uses a variety of sports to inspire, educate and motivate the young people in Suffolk.
An Ipswich-based network of business people and professionals.
Providing Brain Injury Care & Support
Horse riding for adults and children with physical and/or learning disabilities.
Working in the heart of Ipswich to provide support to both individuals with addiction and to their families.
Member – Hadleigh Rotary Club
Rotary is a networking organisation of both genders who volunteer their time and talents to help their communities at home and overseas.
Trustee – Porch Project
The Porch Project started in 2009 to engage with local young people between the ages of 11 and 20 years and aims to support young people’s physical, mental, social, spiritual and educational well-being.
Got to read provides training and support to volunteers to give one-to-one support to help adults with their own personal reading goals, whether that is building on what they can do already, or starting right from the beginning.
Volunteer at the Ipswich Soup Kitchen
Ipswich Soup kitchen was formed in 1992 by Central Churches Together. Different groups go to the town each night, providing food, soup, coffee and teas to the homeless and needy of the town.
A charity which helps elderly people with their pets.
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