18 St John Street’s Personal Injury, Clinical Negligence & Costs Group were delighted to support the Child Brain Injury Sporting Lunch at Edgbaston Cricket Ground earlier this month.
“It was an absolute pleasure to see you and your guests there. We were set on creating a fantastic event for you all to enjoy and I hope very much that you feel we fulfilled that remit!
It’s always a delight to be able to put down in writing, the funds we’ve been able to raise with the phenomenal support you and your guests have given us and we are now in a position to share the final fundraising total with you.
Thanks to your help and support, we were able to fundraise an amazing £18,752.90.
Your generosity as ever, blows us away. Like many other charities in the UK, we’ve had a tricky 18 months navigating our way through the pandemic and this is going to be a huge boost to helping us deliver our services.
We will of course announce this on social media as well, but please can we ask that you share this wonderful news, and our gratitude, with your guests/team that joined us on Friday. This really does mean a great deal to us, thank you so much again! “
The event was incredibly well supported by solicitors and industry specialists from across the country. 18 St John Street’s Steve Killalea QC, Toby Sasse, Gemma McGungle, Kane Simons, Katie Brown and James Parks hosted a table of clients in what was CBIT’s very first physical post-lockdowns event. CBIT’s Danielle Gibson commented:
Kane Simons, Head of Department spoke highly of the event; “It was an honour to represent 18 St John Street and host our clients at this brilliant event and raise much needed funds for the Child Brain Injury Trust. Our team has been raring to get back into the thick of things for many months and it was good to see an event of this size and nature go ahead in a COVID secure venue, enabling us to speak to so many friends and colleagues we have not seen in such a long time.”