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Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Further Information on some of our 2015 Donations

Further Information on the 2015 10% Donations

We now have further information from some of the charities we have donated to this year.

* Unicef - £100. Hopefully not used to help pay the salary of their rather expensive Chief Executive!
* Chester Zoo - £60. Supporting their work with Red Pandas.
* LawCare - £1,000. Money to be used in support of their provision of support for bullying in the workplace and disciplinary issues.
* Y Care International - £300. The money has been used to support vulnerable young people in Guatemala.
* British Stammering Association - £500. Money used to develop their provision to young people who stammer.
* Standalone - £200. Money used to create a support group in the Newcastle area. The charity support estranged family members.
* Hughes Syndrome Foundation - £100. The money was used to help in creating a GP learning module.
* Time Out Group - £200. (suggested by Chafes). Money used to help fund a holiday for adults with learning disabilities.
* St Johns Seminary, Tanzania (providing the funding for 5 students to attend school) - £2,200. We are hoping to develop a strong link with this school and support 5 children aged 14-18 with the costs of their education.

Total amount donated so far in 2015 - £6,460. We have a good chunk of money still in the bank and we plan to work out expenditure of this in mid-Summer 2015. Some of the above charities have been suggested by candidates and clients. Others are linked to our trustees' own interests.
Jonathan Fagan is Managing Director of Ten-Percent Legal Recruitment and a non-practising Solicitor. Ten-Percent Legal Recruitment provides online Legal Recruitment for Solicitors, Legal Executives, Fee Earners, Support Staff, Managers and Paralegals. Visit our Website to search our Vacancy Database. Our Legal Careers Shop has eBooks on CV Writing for Lawyers, Legal Job Interview Guide, Interview Answers for Lawyers, NQ Career Guide, Guide to Finding Work Experience or a Training Contract and the Entrants Guide to the Legal Profession.

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