Sintons continues to support Child Brain Injury Trust with Race Night event
Over 100 people attended a race night held by law firm Sintons in aid of a much-loved children’s charity, raising over £2300 in the process.
Sintons organised the event in aid of the Child Brain Injury Trust, and saw numerous businesses and organisations buy tables and donate to the evening.
The race night, hosted by Sintons’ specialist neurotrauma team, was the latest in a series of successful events held in aid of the charity, collectively raising several thousands of pounds.
The Child Brain Injury Trust is a national charity, which supports young people and their families adapt to life after an acquired brain injury, and with which Sintons’ neurotrauma team has a close relationship. The team was last year named as the Child Brain Injury Trust’s sole North East legal services provider, in recognition of its outstanding legal capability combined with the levels of service and support it offers to clients.
To help fund its work across the North East and beyond, Sintons has held events including a quiz, family Christmas cinema screening, support of the charity’s Glow Week initiative, and the neurotrauma team completing the Peak District Challenge.
John Davis, consultant in Sintons’ neurotrauma team, said: “The race night was a highly enjoyable evening which was superbly attended and very generously supported. It was the latest in a series of very successful events we have organised for a very worthy cause, and we are delighted to lend our support.
“The Child Brain Injury Trust is a charity I have had the privilege of working with for many years now and fundraising plays a vital role in enabling them to continue their outstanding support of children, young people and their families at a time they need it most. Our thanks go to everyone who helped make our race night such a success.”