Redcar-based Cygnet Law is celebrating the festive season by supporting three worthy causes as part of its Christmas celebrations.
The firm, which has a close relationship with many charities in the region, will be collecting money and gifts to help some of Teesside’s most vulnerable people.
The staff are gathering gifts to donate to support TFM’s Cash for Kids Mission Christmas. The campaign asks local people to donate an extra gift so that less fortunate children will have something to open on Christmas morning.
Cygnet Law has worked with EVA Women’s Aid throughout 2017, so fittingly decided to collect donations to for the local shelter. This includes gifts, food and toiletries, as well as cash donations to the charity.
As an alternative to Christmas Cards this year, Cygnet Law made a donation to the Royal National Lifeboats Institution (RNLI).
Stacey Phoenix, a solicitor at Cygnet Law, said: “At Cygnet, we often see first-hand some of the most vulnerable people in Teesside, and we are in a very privileged position where we can do something to help. Cash for Kids, RNLI, and, of course, EVA Women’s Aid are all fantastic causes, and we are delighted to make a contribution to the incredible work they do. We hope that all businesses in the region will be doing their bit to help those less fortunate during the festive season.”
Richinda Taylor, Chief Executive of EVA Women’s Aid, said: “Charities like EVA can’t operate without volunteers and donations, so we are delighted that Cygnet is continuing its support to us this Christmas. The gifts, toiletries and food will make a significant diffidence to the women who use our service, and we can’t thank the staff enough for the donations.”