Davisons Law raise over £3,500 for charity CureLeukemia - The Solihull Observer

Davisons Law raise over £3,500 for charity CureLeukemia

Solihull Editorial 1st Jun, 2024   0

FOLLOWING the success of last year’s Charity Quiz night, Davisons Law have once again partnered with Solihull Moors and local estate agent SmartHomes to raise over £3,500 for charity CureLeukemia.

The event saw over 100 people in attendance taking part in the quiz, which was once again hosted by Dangerous Dave.

Following the quiz, guests were able to take part in a raffle and auction with many great prizes to be won, all in an effort to bolster the fundraising for the charity.

The night proved a great success, with the funds going towards CureLeukemia, supporting them in offering potential life-saving treatment to patients across the UK.

Equity Director, Darryl Wilkes said: “Our quiz night is always a great night, and this year was no different! It was great to see so many people in attendance and taking part in the quiz to help raise funds for such a great cause.

“CureLeukemia do great work and hopefully the money raised tonight can go a long way in helping them continue to do that great work.

“We’d also like to thank SmartHomes, Solihull Moors, Move Reports, and GrayPaul who all helped organise and offer prizes.

“This quiz night is a testament to how local companies and communities can come together to help raise money for vital charities such as CureLeukemia.”

With Davisons Law becoming the Community Sponsors of Solihull Moors and this also being their chosen charity of the year, the event was once again hosted at the Armco arena.

This is Davisons first charity event of the year, with the firm already planning future events in the coming months in an effort to try and beat its total donation last year of £50,000.00.

Managing director Gary Davison said: “Having roots and relationships in the community is one of our priorities at Davisons Law.

“Our company strapline is moving you forward, and this applies to all forms of life- not just property transactions.

“The work we do to raise funds for charities helps them support and provide for countless people and seeing that we have once again raised money through a successful charity night, this time in aid of CureLeukemia, is really pleasing and shows our commitment to the cause.”

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