At Anthony Collins Solicitors, we realise it is a challenging time for churches who will be supporting members of their church and its community.
Anthony Collins Solicitors has a clear purpose to improve lives, communities and society and is delighted to have been shortlisted for Business Charity Law Firm of the Year. The judging panel will choose a winner for each category and the winners will be announced at the awards ceremony on 14 September 2016.
David Alcock, Partner and Charities Sector Lead at Anthony Collins Solicitors, said: “We are delighted to be in the company of a range of wonderful charities in the shortlists for these awards, which highlight the people, the spirit, and the hard work behind the scenes that make this such a rewarding sector to be part of.
“We see being shortlisted as recognition of the work done by people across the firm to help client charities whether that involves delivering cost-effective support to smaller and community-based charities or large, complex projects with a national impact. It is a privilege to work alongside charities and people who share our purpose and values – and help them to improve lives.”
For further information about how ACS can support you or your charity, please contact Shivaji Shiva for more information about the awards, please see the Third Sector Awards website
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