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4 March 2020

Steeles Law continues 50th Anniversary celebrations with the launch of CSR campaign

In December Steeles Law’s Directors announced a 50 Acts of Kindness campaign to its employees which was launched as part of their 50th Anniversary year. The Steeles Law 50th anniversary year runs from 1st May 2019 to 30th April 2020, during this time we are spending the year both celebrating our past and looking towards a vibrant future together.

This campaign was launched to undertake at least 50 Acts of Kindness for our local community. ‘Our goal is to create a campaign which has a positive impact on our employees, stakeholders, and gives something back to the wider community who have supported us in business over the last 50 years.’ said Nicki Ramsbottom, Marketing Director.

So far the campaign has seen staff supporting;

Chris Elliott, Marketing and Fundraising Manager at The Benjamin Foundation and one of the charities to benefit from the campaign said ‘We were delighted to have a team from Steeles Law Solicitors taking part in our Norwich Sleep Out in November. Their participation and fundraising helped make our largest ever Sleep Out with funds able to make an immediate difference to the young adults living with us across Norfolk and Suffolk.

As part of this initiative each member of staff has been invited to take an additional day’s holiday to use for an Act of Kindness, either by volunteering, or raising money, for a local charity.’ explained Nicki. ‘We have had such a positive response with staff supporting and connecting with local causes as part of this campaign.’

We will be showcasing the acts of kinds throughout the year, so please follow Steeles Law social media accounts for more information.

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*The information provided in this article is designed to provide useful information on the subject, not to provide specific legal advice.

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