Gullands Solicitors donate £1,000 to mcch
In lieu of sending out Christmas cards this year, Gullands Solicitors presented a cheque of £1,000 to the Kent charity mcch.
The charity, which celebrated its 25th birthday last year, supports approximately 2,000 people with learning disabilities, mental health needs and autism throughout the South East and London. The contribution will be put towards a giant four-in-a-row game, which can be used both indoors and outside, a swing frame with adult seat, to provide sensory stimulation and comfort, and a range of musical equipment including a xylophone, bongos, guitar, tambourine and sleigh bells.
“All these items will make such a difference to the lives of the people using our service,” explains Emma Cassley, Fundraising manager at mcch. “They are simple solutions, but have a profound impact. We have wanted to buy an adult swing frame for a long time and it is now possible thanks to Gullands’ support.”
Blair Gulland, Chairman of Gullands said: “I am delighted to present mcch with this donation. I hope that it will help them to continue the incredible support they provide for those with autism, learning difficulties and mental health issues and their families in Kent.”
mcch is a long standing client of the firm and Gullands continually provides the charity with a range of legal services.