Hogan Lovells lawyers and clients set to scale Mount Rinjani to raise funds for MILK
On 28 September a team of Hogan Lovells Lee & Lee lawyers and clients will attempt to scale Mount Rinjani, Lombok, Indonesia, to raise funds for MILK — a charity that supports disadvantaged children in Singapore and overseas.
The group hopes to raise more than $50,000, with Hogan Lovells also contributing directly through its Touch funding programme.
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