Stevens & Bolton LLP is delighted to announce that the halow project, a Guildford-based charity, has been selected as the firm’s corporate charity for the next two years.
The halow project, whose patron is Damon Hill OBE, provides opportunities and support for young people aged 16-35 with a learning disability, to access social activities, community-based learning and work life experiences in Guildford and the surrounding areas.
Beverley Flynn, partner and head of CSR at Stevens & Bolton commented: “We are delighted to be supporting the halow project, a charity which provides fantastic work with young people with a learning disability within Guildford and the wider Surrey community. We look forward to developing our partnership over the next two years, getting involved in a variety of activities and volunteering initiatives”.
Helene Williams, Fundraising Manager at the halow project said “We are delighted to have been nominated by Stevens & Bolton. Working closely with local corporates is essential to our charity and our young people, allowing us to get better presence in the community and raise awareness of learning disabilities. We are looking forward to a fantastic partnership with Stevens & Bolton over the next few years.”
Further details about the halow project can be found on their website www.halowproject.org.uk