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We are delighted to support The Mustard Tree Macmillan Cancer and Information Support Centre as our Charity of the Year for 2023.

The Mustard Tree is a specialist organisation that support and meets the needs of those living with cancer. The centre is open to pre-booked appointments with counsellors, therapists, support specialists and benefits advisors and also offers video link appointments and telephone consultations.

Throughout the year, we will be raising money through an internal staff fundraising initiatives and events such as a 50/50 draw, bake sales, quiz nights and much more.

2022 Charity of the Year

In 2022, we supported Headway Plymouth and raised £4,250.00. This was raised in numerous ways, including Team Wolfies taking part in the Plymouth Half Marathon, a Hike for Headway across Dartmoor, selling santa hats and much more.

In addition to fundraising, colleagues gave their time and helped to decorate the Headway Centre, where those who have acquired a brain injury and their families attend rehabilitation and recovery activities, giving it a fresh new welcoming look.

Our other charity involvement

Simon Parford, Partner in the Medical Negligence Department, is a Director and Trustee of Headway Plymouth.

Samantha Buckthought, Head of the Wills & Trust Department, is an advisor to Plymouth Dementia Action Alliance.

Vikki Martin, Head of Family Department, is a Trustee for First Light; a charity based in the South West supporting victims of domestic abuse and sexual violence.

Peter Tassart, Partner in the Medical Negligence Department, is a vaccinator for the St Johns Ambulance.

Karen Walker, Personal Injury Department, is a Director and the Treasurer of Headway Plymouth.

Jenene Williams, an Associate, is the Treasurer for Tincombe Community Space and Nature Reserve in Saltash.

Rachel Lee, Trainee Solicitor in the Medical Negligence Department, is a Trustee of The Primrose Foundation.