Taylor Wessing employees face fears to raise money for Changing Faces charity
This week, Taylor Wessing employees are facing their fears to raise money for Changing Faces, a charity for people and families who are living with conditions, marks or scars that affect their appearance.
As well as snakes, spiders and singing and dancing in front of colleagues, 70 people abseiled from the roof of Taylor Wessing’s 12-storey London office.
Taylor Wessing took on Changing Faces as a charity partner in May 2013 as the result of a firm-wide voting process.
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