Royds Withy King offers helping hand to Headway
Three branches of the brain injury association Headway have received a total of £12,500 between them, which will help the charity to continue supporting brain injury survivors and their loved ones in the community by providing vital services.
The donation comes during UK Charity Week, a campaign designed to give UK residents an opportunity to place awareness and fundraising for charities high on the national agenda, at a time of the year when people are statistically at their most giving.
Tracy Norris-Evans, a Partner and Head of Personal Injury at Royds Withy King said: “Working closely with brain injury survivors and their families is humbling and really allows you to see how essential Headway’s work is.
“As a firm, we are committed to supporting the communities in which we, our clients and staff work and live and I hope that this donation will make a significant difference to many people’s lives who use Headway’s crucial services.”
Headway is a UK-wide charity that works to improve life after brain injury by providing vital support and information services. A network of Headway group and branches across the UK and Channel Islands provides a wide range of services including rehabilitation programmes, carer support, social re-integration, community outreach and respite care to survivors and families in their own families.