Dundee solicitors fundraise for charity masquerade ball

Charity Ball for Brae Riding for Disabled

Nearly 100 people flocked to Harris Academy in Dundee on Saturday 7th October for a masquerade ball, raising more than £5,200 for disabled children.

The sparkling event was set up in support of The Brae – a regional charity who provide horse-riding therapy for wheelchair users.

Jennifer Watson, Associate at Digby Brown’ Dundee office, who support the charity, said: “It was an incredible night and it was brilliant to see such a fantastic turnout.

“Everyone had a great time and it was really inspiring to hear so many moving stories from those who rely on The Brae.

“Digby Brown is passionate about giving back to the community and helping those in need and the Dundee office is proud to support local groups who so clearly make a difference to the lives of others.”

Our Dundee office created a short film which was shown at the ball to highlight the incredible work The Brae do.

 


The team also organised for dozens of raffle and auction prizes that were dished out to those who attended such as football hospitality tickets, family days out and even a microlight tour.

For more information on the work carried out by The Brae please visit http://www.brae.org.uk