A grand finale to a wonderful partnership

Our Bristol office have come to the end of their two year relationship with Meningitis Research Foundation (MRF) and are thrilled to announce they have contributed a total of £72,000 to the charity during this time.

MRF have been our Bristol office chosen charity since 2014 and during this time Clarke Willmott have hosted a number of key fundraising events including our personal injury and clinical negligence team’s highly successful Amputation and Paediatric Brain Injury training days and the office’s popular Monopoly and Question of Sport challenges.

As the partnership draws to a close, Stephen Trump, partner in our personal injury and clinical negligence, comments: “It has been wonderful to support MRF for the past two years and everyone at Clarke Willmott is delighted with the total we collectively contributed to the charity.

 “MRF does fantastic work in raising awareness and supporting those affected by meningitis and septicaemia and I look forward to continuing to work with the team to improve training for health professionals and to achieve better outcomes for people with disabilities, including those affected by meningitis.”

Tianna Cowan of MRF said: “Clarke Willmott have been committed and passionate corporate supporters of ours since 2014. Their fantastic contribution has helped to fund our unique Pushing the Boundaries event for children disadvantaged due to meningitis, facilitated key research projects, and assisted in raising the profile of the disease and our vision of a world free from meningitis and septicaemia.”

Our new office charity is Unseen UK and you can learn more about them and our other office charities on our CSR page.