Shoosmiths selects its 2024/2025 office charity partners

Law firm Shoosmiths is pleased to announce its 2024/2025 office charity partners. Five of our locations are continuing their current charity partnerships*.

Our 2024/2025 charity partners are:

PIPS Suicide Prevention, Ireland helps individuals, families and organisations who have been affected by suicide or mental unwellness.

Molly Olly’s Wishes supports children with life-threatening illnesses and their families.

Scottish Action for Mental Health is Scotland’s national mental health charity.

Relate Scotland provides counselling and psychotherapy for individuals, partners and families.

Leeds Women’s Aid provides services to women and children affected by domestic violence and abuse.

The Single Homeless Project is a London-based charity that works to prevent homelessness and help vulnerable and socially excluded people to transform their lives. It does this by providing support and accommodation, promoting wellbeing, enhancing opportunity, and being a voice for change.

Nurturing Foundations develops young people and builds communities.

Milton Keynes*
Unity MK helps many different people at their point of crisis. It supports rough sleepers, sofa surfers, people in emergency accommodation or temporary housing, those who need support with their tenancies, anyone at risk of homelessness and others who are vulnerable.

Cynthia Spencer Hospice provides specialist palliative care services for West Northamptonshire. Our funds support its Wellbeing@Cynthia Spencer programme which enables patients and their families to maintain their quality of life, emotional and mental health, physical function and independence for as long as possible.

Nottingham Counselling Service provides counselling services for adults, and dedicated to getting their lives back on track again.

Ben’s Centre provides sanctuary through a safe space and an open hand to those who suffer through substance misuse and its associated barriers.

Sophie’s Legacy supports families locally who end up in hospital with their child. Our funds help support and implement the changes Sophie asked for before she passed, such as a play specialist seven days a week in hospitals, improvements to food for children in hospital and catering for parents when staying with their children.

Thames Valley*
Daisy’s Dream based in Berkshire, supports children and young people who are facing, or have experienced, the death of someone close. Research has shown that without the right support, children who experience a significant loss or life-limiting illness of a parent or sibling are more likely to experience future mental health, social or educational difficulties. The charity’s service offers the time and support needed by families to learn to cope with the changing dynamics of their life, and ultimately move forwards in a positive way.


This information is for general information purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. It is recommended that specific professional advice is sought before acting on any of the information given. Please contact us for specific advice on your circumstances. © Shoosmiths LLP 2024.



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