Walker Morris funds training of NSPCC ChildLine Schools Service volunteer
Employees from law firm Walker Morris have raised £1,989.49 through charity fundraising efforts for the National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC).
The funds, which have been raised through a number of activities, including dress-down days and donations, are enough to pay for the training for a ChildLine School Service volunteer.
ChildLine Schools Service is a preventative service that aims to visit every primary school in the UK by 2016 to help younger children’s understanding of abuse and how they can stay safe. Using assemblies and workshops, it is designed to encourage children to recognise situations where they may need help and to tell them ways of accessing support.
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