Members of the personal injury team at Trethowans have raised over £6500 for people with spinal injuries with a fundraising dinner and auction.
The charity event, now in its third year, is organised in aid of the Spinal Injuries Association and this year raised the highest total to date. The dinner was attended by 80 people and the highest bid of the night was £1,500 for a Williams Formula 1 racing suit, signed by Felipe Massa.
Rhiannon Daniel, Senior Associate in the personal injury team that helps to organise the event annually for the charity, said: “The Spinal Injuries Association relies on charitable donations to keep providing the vital support and care to those affected by spinal cord injury. We are delighted to have raised so much money for this worthwhile cause. I see on a daily basis the devastating effect that spinal cord injury can have on those with injuries and their families. Knowing the work that the charity does makes raising the money even more rewarding”.
Trethowans’ personal injury team is a Gold supporter of the Spinal Injuries Association and in addition to the above has also completed a 68 mile walk and climbed over the O2 to raise further funds for the charity this year.