All the team at Hodge Jones & Allen Solicitors are proud of Louise Jukes, Katherine Currie and Ailsa McNeil, who all ran the ASICS London 10K on 25th July, raising over £1,110 for the Child Brain Injury Trust. The charity is the leading voluntary sector organisation providing emotional and practical support, information and learning opportunities for families and professionals affected by childhood acquired brain injury across the UK.
Louise, Katherine and Ailsa were cheered on as they ran past many of London’s iconic landmarks, including Buckingham Palace and Big Ben. They chose the Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT) as their charity to support. With all three runners experienced in Personal Injury and/or Medical Negligence cases, they are all aware of the vital services CBIT provide to children who have suffered a brain injury.
As with all charities, they have found the last 17 months incredibly challenging and value fundraising support now more than ever as this enables them to continue to support the families they work with.
Hodge Jones & Allen firm is a Legal Support Service partner for the Trust, providing legal advice and support to families in the East of England.
“We are very proud of our runners for taking on the 10K run and delighted to be able to, once again, support the Child Brain Injury Trust – an incredible charity, offering much needed support to brain injured children and their families” said Leticia Williams, Head of the Personal Injury Team.
There is still time to donate to CBIT, if you’d like to support them too. Please click here to access the Justgiving page. Here are some photos of the team enjoying their run: