Sheffield law firm Keebles have been hosting a series of fundraising events in support of Sheffield’s only hospice throughout 2019.
Some people wade through mud, some enjoy a good game of football, some just raise a glass or wear a silly jumper.
But the overall effect still amounts to a fantastic £5,487.57 for St Luke’s Hospice.
And altogether a mixture of a wine tasting evening, a football tournament, a Tough Mudder challenge, Will Month support and a Christmas jumper day have raised £5,487.57.
“The Keebles team have shown incredible enthusiasm in their response to fundraising throughout the year,” said St Luke’s Corporate Fundraising Manager Jack Kidder.
“As well as being a major part of our annual Will Month, the range of fundraising ideas they came up with proves that there really is something to suit everybody.
“And all those events really will make a massive difference to the lives of St Luke’s patients and their families.”
Michele Wightman, Partner at Keebles, said: “At Keebles, we’re dedicated to helping charities close to our team’s hearts. It’s been a privilege to support St. Luke’s to continue to do the incredible work they do for people across the city.”
St Luke’s mission is to deliver the best possible palliative care in Sheffield, whilst developing and driving continual improvements for everyone affected by terminal illness.
With offices in Sheffield, Leeds and Doncaster, Keebles boasts a rich heritage of serving businesses and individuals in Yorkshire for over a century and continues to be regarded as a key player by the prestigious Legal 500 and Chambers guides.
One of Yorkshire’s largest law firms with over 200 employees including 19 partners, the practice was crowned Corporate Law Firm of the Year at the Sheffield City Region Dealmakers Awards in 2017 2018 and 2019.