Grant Saw are pleased to announce that Saint Francis Hospice and Pancreatic Cancer UK have been chosen as our joint charity of the year partners for 2022/23 in memory of Michael Dear, a Family Solicitor at Grant Saw for over 20 years, who sadly passed away in 2021.
Saint Francis Hospice is an independent care facility that provide compassionate care and support in Havering, Brentwood, Barking and Dagenham, Redbridge, and West Essex for those living with a life-limiting illness. This care is extended not just to the patients but their loved ones, free of charge. Patients and the people who love them are embraced by a team of experienced professionals who are devoted to making everyone’s life the very best it can be. You can read more about Saint Francis Hospice here.
Adam Gordon, Corporate Partnerships Manager at Saint Francis Hospice, said “We are very excited to be chosen by Grant Saw Solicitors as their Charity of the Year. We are looking forward to working together over the next year to raise vital fund for the hospice. It is thanks to supporters like Grant Saw Solicitors that we can continue to provide much needed care to local people and their families who live with life limiting illnesses”.
Pancreatic Cancer UK sits at the heart of a community of people with personal and professional experience of pancreatic cancer. The vision is to transform the future for everyone with pancreatic cancer and their research strategy sets out how they will work with world leading researchers and those affected by pancreatic cancer to fund research that will transform and save lives. You can read more about Pancreatic Cancer UK here.
Amy Hannagan, Senior Corporate Partnerships Officer at Pancreatic Cancer UK, said “We’re incredibly grateful to everyone at Grant Saw Solicitors LLP for taking on pancreatic cancer with us. In coming together as a team in memory of Michael, they will help ensure that we can be here for everyone affected by the deadliest common cancer and can continue investing in more world-class research. With their support, we can take a step closer to making early diagnosis and better, more effective treatments a reality for future patients and their loved ones”.
Ray Crudgington, Managing Partner at Grant Saw Solicitors, said “We are delighted to support Saint Francis Hospice and Pancreatic Cancer UK in Michael’s memory. It was important to the whole firm to do something in Michael’s memory and supporting the two charities, recommended by his family, this year seemed like a good way to do this. It is our first time working with charities who are not local to our offices, but we nonetheless hope to build some bridges with them and find out more about their vital work”.
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