LAW FIRM LENDS A HELPING HAND

LAW FIRM LENDS A HELPING HAND

A LOCAL law firm has raised more than $20,000 to help make a difference in the lives of sick children in hospital.

Close to 100 community members attended Ramsden Lawyers Race Day to raise funds for Radio Lollipop – a charitable organisation that aims to offer care, comfort and play to kids on the wards at the Gold Coast University Hospital.

The money will aid in the continual delivery of Radio Lollipop’s services and will help to purchase new activities for children including games and paints.

“Our staff are really excited to have done this function and couldn't be happier to help out such a fantastic non-for-profit organisation,” said Stephanie Murray, Senior Associate at Ramsden Lawyers.

Ramsden Lawyers was founded by John Ramsden in 2003, as a Commercial and Property law firm.

Fast forward ten years and in addition to its commercial and property services, Ramsden Lawyers offers a progressive approach to family law matters within its family law division.

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