Charity and Community Support
At Osbornes Law we encourage all our employees (and they encourage our partners!) to get actively involved with community, support group and charitable initiatives – it’s what we like to do.
Our corporate social responsibility programme encourages all within the firm to use their skills, abilities and time to support those who may need help.
Our aim is to have a positive impact by:
- Increasing access to justice
- Maintaining a sustainable business
Below are some of the organisations and charities that we have worked with:
A local charity supporting people impacted by brain injury, which aims to bring greater public awareness while also providing support and services to those who need it. We are proud to support their early intervention project and enjoy our visits to their Centre
A leading national charity providing information and support to the limb-loss community. A national association of friends and contemporaries with a voice for the limb-loss community. Osbornes Law is a legal panel member.
The Hampstead Library is a volunteer-run registered charity that depends entirely on their community for volunteers and funding. Visiting the library is free and open to everyone. The team also run an active and varies events programme on literacy and the arts generally.
A strong membership charity making sure that everyone who cycles, or wants to cycle, has a voice in Greater London.
- Z2K (Zacchaeus 2000 Trust)
An anti-poverty charity that combines direct help for people with people with national campaigning to fight for a welfare benefits system that works.
Improving care and support for people with MND, their families and carers.
The trust brings awareness to sudden infant death syndrome by providing expert advice to ensure babies sleep safely, as well as offering emotional support for bereaved families. Recent fundraising activity included a team successful ramble on the Seven Valleys Walk.
Led by parents to provide a support system for families with children born through donor conception or those considering it. The range of activities and events forms a network of families who are able to contacts each other and share stories.
A project dedicated to helping homeless people to rebuild their lives. They provide weekly drop in services which offer a safe environment and access to food, showers, clothing and toiletries. They run projects offering temporary housing such as Winter Shelter Programme which offers a stay of up to 28 days through November to March.
- Spinal Injuries Association
Focussed on educating and campaigning to the public in order to support those whose lives have been impacted by spinal cord injury.
A UK-wide charity that works to improve life after brain injury by providing vital support and information services. They aim to support brain injured and raise awareness to the public.
Action for Victims of Medical Accidents support people affected by avoidable harm in healthcare; to help achieve justice and promote better patient safety for all.