Law firm’s boost for care home

Residents at a Shropshire care home are set to benefit from a donation from a firm of solicitors. Fodens Solicitors, which has recently opened a new head office at J6 of the M54, has handed over £15,000 to the Comfort Fund at Coverage Care’s newest home, Montgomery House in Shrewsbury, after choosing to support a local organisation during the year.

Residents and staff will decide how to invest the money – ideas so far include a wheelchair accessible greenhouse and gardening aides and equipment to get green-fingered residents gardening.

Coverage Care’s David Coull says, “We’re very grateful to Fodens for choosing to support Montgomery House. Staying active and motivated with hobbies such as gardening is crucial to maintaining physical and mental well-being for older people so this will be put to very good use.”

Stephen Foden says, “Our Court of Protection team assist a number of clients who regularly need support and care from organisations such as Coverage Care and I personally have seen first-hand the level of service they provide.”

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