Middlesbrough MS Therapy Centre – Armstrong Foulkes Chosen Charity for 2015

As a firm who exclusively handle medical claims we are aware that many of our clients experience on-going difficulties as a result of their injuries or medical conditions.  Many told us that either they or other family members have received support or treatment ranging physical or emotional from local charities. The work of these charities therefore means a lot to many of you and as a firm we felt we would like to do more to support our clients and the causes that are important to them. Every calendar year we intend to choose a new local charity to support.  During the year our firm will make a set donation of £500 to the chosen charity in addition to our staff performing some fundraising activities during the year to add to this.

Our clients were recently asked to each nominate one charity and we were delighted by how many responses were received proposing lots of worthwhile local charities, every one of which deserves support. In order to make it a fair decision one of our Partners picked one at random to benefit from our support in 2015. We are delighted to announce that the chosen charity, nominated by Kenneth & June Ventress, is Middlesbrough Multiple Sclerosis Therapy Centre, Unit B1 Stadium Court, Wallis Road, Skippers Lane Industrial Estate, South Bank, Middlesbrough, TS6 6JB. June Ventress tells us that her husband Kenneth has been attending the Centre for about 30 years and she is delighted they are to receive further donations as they rely heavily on support of this nature. Our firm has today made a donation of £500 to this charity and our staff are currently working on fundraising ideas so please watch this space!!

Anybody wishing to donate or find out more about this charity can call in our reception for a copy of their leaflet or visit their website on http://www.middlesbroughmstherapy.org/Welcome_to_Middlesbrough_MS_Therapy_Centre.html. We will also have donation boxes in our reception area if anybody wishes to use them.

Joanne Dennison – March 2015