Community and Social Responsibility

SA Law’s community and social responsibility programme isn’t a ‘seen to be doing’.

Being a responsible organisation in the community has been a natural part of our culture since we first launched back in 2005.

That's why over 27% of SA Law staff take part in volunteering for local charities and organisations. SA Law’s staff members use their legal, commercial and administrative skills to bring benefit to charity and public sector organisations. Some sit on boards of schools and charities, some are trustees, some volunteer their time to assist with local charities and the others are always happy to eat cake in our cake sales to help raise funds! You can see who sits on which community boards by clicking here.

SA Law operates a busy community and social responsibility programme that provides a diverse range of support to people who really need it. Alongside this, we have achieved a high level of resource efficiency to minimise the environmental impact of our commercial operations.

In the past 11 years, we have helped raise over £100,000 for different charities and organisations and we expect that number to keep on rising with all of the events, sponsorship and fundraising we have planned.

In addition to SA Law's collective fundraising activities, we also support the initiatives of individual staff members, from abseils, night-time marathons to not eating chocolate! These cover a range of local and national charitable organisations.

We like to think of innovative ways to fundraise, such as our Red Nose Day campaign where we sent out 500 red noses to friends of the firm and asked them to take a selfie with the hashtag #SALawPickedMyNose to help us raise money for Comic Relief.
More recently we devised a fundraising campaign in support of Small Acts of Kindness - You can read more about it here.

Follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook to keep up to date with our fundraising activities.

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