CHARITABLE CAUSES & ENVIRONMENTAL COMMITMENT


Community and Charitable Support

18 St John Street plays an active role in supporting and sponsoring numerous charities both locally and nationally. They include:

Acorns Children’s Hospice

Brain Injury Group

British Red Cross

Cancer Research UK

Care Leaver’s Association

Child Concern

Headway

Kate’s Home

Manchester & Cheshire Dogs Home

Mercy Corps

Nacro

OPA

SIA

SHIPS Project

Silverlining brain injury charity

Wood Street Mission

18 St John Street is committed to providing legal services of the highest quality to all our clients, whilst managing our operations in a way that manages and minimises adverse environmental impact.

Environmental Commitment

We achieve this by:

  • Managing our waste sustainably
  • Encouraging recycling
  • Managing energy and water consumption
  • Ensuring correct maintenance of equipment
  • Encouraging the use of public transport
  • Educating, informing and training our staff and barristers
  • Reviewing the environmental management system regularly

To support these initiatives:

  • Fee notes, invoices and correspondence will be sent by email only
  • All papers will be sent for security shredding at the end of proceedings unless the client specifically requests their return in writing
  • All seminar and learning materials will be provided electronically unless otherwise requested in writing at the time of booking

If you have any questions please contact marketing@18sjs.com

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