Local Solicitors supporting Solihull Hospital this Christmas!
Wadsworths Solicitors, based in Shirley, has donated £500 to University Hospitals Birmingham Charity, to support Solihull Hospital!
Over the past few months, University Hospitals Birmingham Charity has been working hard to raise funds to bring some Christmas spirit to its hospitals. The money raised will go to Christmas trees to brighten up the hospitals, hampers of delicious festive food and drink for hard-working NHS staff to enjoy on Christmas Day, and share with patients, and toys for young patients treated over the festive period.
This year, Wadsworths Solicitors, a family run business based in Shirley in Solihull, decided to support UHB Charity’s Christmas Campaign, donating £500 to help support Solihull Hospital. Their donation will help fund the beautiful Christmas tree (photographed above) and the luxurious hampers which will be handed out around Solihull Hospital, for patients and staff to enjoy.
Wadsworths Solicitors are always keen to support their community and local charities, and by participating in local events aim to give at least 1% of their total annual turnover to such events and organisations. Wadsworth Solicitors also offer a 10% discount on standard legal fees to those working in the NHS.
Victoria Hicks of Wadsworths commented: "Wadsworths Solicitors are delighted and proud to be supporting the wonderful UHB Charity during this vastly different festive period. We pride ourselves on being an active part of our local community and we are therefore thrilled to be assisting our nearby hospitals and NHS in this way.”
Ellie Pocock, Fundraising Officer for University Hospitals Birmingham Charity said: “We are incredibly grateful to have Wadsworth’s support this Christmas. This year is going to be especially tough in our hospitals, but we are determined to go ‘over and above’ for our staff and patients this Christmas and spread some Christmas cheer. This is only possible thanks to the kind donations that we receive, and we are proud to have the support of Wadsworths Solicitors.”