Aberdeen office raise over £6,000 for Cash for Kids

Aberdeen Cheque Handover 2019

The team in our Aberdeen office were delighted to present Northsound Cash for Kids with a cheque for £6,533.50. Cash for Kids were selected by the office as their continued charity partner for 2018.

Digby Brown Aberdeen team at their charity Race Night

The funds were raised throughout the year at a variety of events and fundraising activities including a gruelling 10K, the Edinburgh Marathon Hairy Haggis Relay, Tough Mudder and a recent race night which raised over £2,000 alone.

Aberdeen Office relay team getting ready for the Edinburgh Marathon Festival.

In addition to this the office was a registered drop off point for Cash for Kids Mission Christmas and spent time at the warehouse helping to sort presents into age categories, ready to be delivered to disadvantaged children in the Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire area.

Aberdeen solicitors help in the warehouse for Mission Christmas

The cheque was presented on Tuesday 2nd April to Louise Douglas, Charity Fundraising Executive from Northsound Cash for Kids. Louise said: “We cannot thank Digby Brown enough for supporting Northsound Cash for Kids again this year – they raised a phenomenal £6,533.50, which helped us to support local children with the basics such as clothes, beds, carpets and ensuring that disabled children have the equipment they need.

"We also supported groups providing much needed activities and food for children during school holidays. Local children often go without a meal during the holidays and your support ensured that we were able to help."

Neil Davidson, Partner in our Aberdeen office said: “This is the second year we have chosen Cash for Kids as our charity partner for the year and we are elated to have been able to raise such a fantastic amount of money for them.

“The services offered by the charity are so important to so many families across  Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire and it is great to know that local children will be able to benefit from the money raised.”