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Howes Percival selects The Bridge Homelessness to Hope as Charity of the Year for 2024

The Leicester office of national legal firm, Howes Percival, has selected The Bridge Homelessness to Hope as its Charity of the Year for 2024.

Throughout the year, Howes Percival staff will be fundraising for the Leicester-based homeless charity with a range of activity including:

  • Staff member, Lyndsay Jordan completed the Manchester Marathon, raising £673.75

  • Hosting a pancake day

  • Running its own sleep out in the autumn

  • Hosting a quiz night at the Rutland and Derby in September

  • Running a tuck shop

  • Grand National Sweepstake

  • Diwali event in October

  • Collecting Easter eggs

  • Food and clothes collections

  • Volunteer days

All money raised by staff throughout the year will be match funded by Howes Percival up to £3,000.

“As well as raising much-needed funds for The Bridge Homelessness to Hope, we’re also aiming to help by raising awareness of homelessness with our networks of contacts and colleagues. Having a roof over your head and keeping warm should both be basic needs in a modern society and our staff really feel that, which was why they voted accordingly for our new Charity of the Year.”

Justine Flack, Partner at Howes Percival.

Easter egg donations from Howes Percival in Leicester
Staff from Howes Percival in Leicester

“We’re delighted that the team at Howes Percival in Leicester voted to select us as their Charity of The Year. They have so many plans for different fundraising activities that will keep them all very busy this year and will hopefully raise a significant amount of money to support our vital services for the homeless community in Leicester.”

David Fawcett, Chief Executive at The Bridge Homelessness to Hope.


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