National law firm Irwin Mitchell is set to take its fundraising efforts to a new level this October as they mark the 20th anniversary of their charitable foundation.
The Irwin Mitchell Charities Foundation (IMCF) was founded in 1997 by partners and employees of Irwin Mitchell with the aim of supporting organisations which provide a vital service to the communities in which the law firm operates. It has since raised and donated more than £1.5 million for good causes both in the UK and abroad.
Now, to mark the 20th anniversary milestone, employees from the law firm’s 13 offices across the UK are preparing events and initiatives to raise as much money as possible for IMCF throughout the month of October.
With a target of £20,000, £1000 for each year of IMCF’s existence, all the funds will be distributed to each office’s Charity of the Year; local good causes which have been nominated by staff.
As part of the celebrations two teams from the firm's Manchester and Sheffield offices are taking part in a Rough Runner event on 21st October in Manchester and need your support!
Money raised by the teams taking part in the 'Tough Mudder meets Total Wipeout' obstacle course will be split between the two office's charities of the year: Paces and Mustard Tree.
Paces is a Sheffield based charity that helps transform the lives of children and adults affected by motor and neurological disorders. Mustard Tree aims to provide support to those in Greater Manchester who are experiencing poverty and homelessness by enabling them to gain skills and self-confidence so they can reach their full potential.
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