Solicitors support Samaritans

Solicitors and support staff from a Telford law firm have donated £405 to their local branch of the Samaritans. The team at MFG Solicitors made the donation after staff held a variety of raffles, quizzes, chocolate sales and events over the past 12 months for the Wellington-based charity.

The Telford Samaritans continues its support work to help people across the local area throughout the year, including those experiencing emotional distress and suicidal thoughts. Nick Playford of MFG Solicitors said, “Everyone had a fantastic time raising money over the past year for such a brilliant charity. More than anything, we hope our donation will go some way to helping the team at the Telford Samaritans continue to provide the amazing support services in and around the local area.”

Telford Samaritans’ director David Lewis said, “We appreciate the wonderful efforts in raising this money, it will help us to focus on dealing with callers both locally and nationally.”

If you would like to get involved with fundraising, visit samaritans.org.

Pictured- Anne Tuckley from the Samaritans with Nick Playford and colleagues from MFG Solicitors

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