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DMH Stallard help Rockinghorse Children's Charity on their mission to raise £500,000

03 Aug 2017

At DMH Stallard we gave our all in July to provide us much support as possible to Rockinghorse Children’s Charity in their quest to raise £500,000 in their 50th anniversary year. Rockinghorse is the official fundraising arm of the Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital and is a supporter of the Trevor Mann Baby Unit in Brighton.

For our first fundraising effort we celebrated the return of the glorious British summer by hosting a BBQ in aid of Rockinghorse at the British Airways i360 in Brighton, where we were joined by many of our friends and colleagues. Thanks to some generous donations we managed to raise over £1,000 in our raffle, which we were delighted with.

Hot on the heels of the BBQ, the DMH Stallions took part in a Beach Volleyball tournament arranged by 1 Crown Office Row, again in aid of Rockinghorse. The DMH Stallions were one of 16 local teams who competed for the Ghulam Hussein Cup and they performed very well, making it through the group stage with ease, but were knocked out in the quarter final after a closely fought contest. The tournament raised a further £2,500+ for Rockinghorse, a fantastic achievement.

 

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DMH Stallard’s Corporate Social Responsibility programme continues to grow as we maintain our  support for worthwhile projects across the region. The firm is proud of its commitment to charity and other good causes, with staff regularly taking part in fundraising activities such as the Crawlathon, Brighton Legal Walk, London Legal Walk and the Three Peaks challenge.  Colleagues also give time to other terrific initiatives, including the inspiring IntoUniversity scheme that encourages individuals from disadvantaged backgrounds to access university.

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