Digby Brown raise over £21,000 for Child Brain Injury Trust
Digby Brown were delighted to organise a fundraising dinner for the Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT), raising over £21,000 on the night to help children with acquired brain injuries.
This adds to the quarter of a million pounds already raised by Digby Brown for the charity.
The black tie fundraising dinner was held at Edinburgh’s Balmoral Hotel on Friday 25th August 2017, providing a wonderful backdrop for the evening.
Comedian Jojo Sutherland was a compere for the evening again this year. CBIT is a charity close to her heart as she previously suffered a brain haemorrhage.
Guests took part in a raffle and silent auction with prizes including an overnight stay for two at The Balmoral, corporate hospitality at Scottish Football Club, sports camera and highland cow painting on canvas by Craig Semple.
This night would not be possible without the support of our guests and sponsors. We would like to thank everyone who bought a table and gave generously on the night, helping us raise over £21,000 for Child Brain Injury Trust.
A special thank you to our main sponsors Case Management Services (CMS) and Tilney who took a number of tables. We would also like to thank the following for their donations: Alistir Wood Tait Antique and Fine Jewellery, Auchingarrich Wildlife Centre, Balmoral Hotel, Barr Printers, Camera Obscura, Case Management Services, Compass Chambers, Tilney, Kenny Milne, Langstane, McEwan Fraser Legal, The Stand and Timorous Beasties.
Child Brain Injury Trust recommends Digby Brown
Lisa Turan, CEO at Child Brain Injury trust, spoke at the evening about the longstanding relationship with Digby Brown and the incredible work they do that help many individuals and families here in Scotland.
Chris Stewart, Partner and Head of Serious Injuries team at Digby Brown, closed the event and touched upon the support of all those that attended the fundraising dinner.
Child Brain Injury Trust recommend Digby Brown for their legal help to people living with a brain injury in Scotland. To learn more about the brain injury legal support services we offer, please visit our Brain Injury Department for more information.