Ramsdens’ Community Programme gets them noticed
Ramsdens Solicitors are thrilled to announce that they have been shortlisted for the Community Award at the upcoming Examiner Business Awards 2017.
The Examiner Business Awards, which is the longest standing business event in Kirklees, recognises and rewards the outstanding work of businesses from across all sectors in the Kirklees area.
The Community Award recognises companies for their corporate social responsibility strategy and the impact that they have on their local community.
Ramsdens work hard to ensure that their people, community and environment are always at the heart of the business, with their staff frequently involved in a number of regional and national activities.
Over the past 12 months the team have ran in The Great North Run, London Marathon and Race for Life, jumped out of planes, cleaned up the local rivers and canals, baked, climbed the Three Peaks, dressed up, dressed down, got ‘elfed’ for Alzheimer Society, got muddy, collected shoe boxes, washed cars, painted charity offices, and went totally pink for Breast Cancer Awareness to name a few of their activities. They have also hosted free legal clinics around West Yorkshire and work with the University of Huddersfield Legal Advice Clinic and are part of the Partner in Law initiative and support many other local groups.
Paul Joyce, Managing Partner commented: “We take our social responsibilities seriously and we have top level commitment across the business. Our staffs’ dedication to charitable activities is inspiring.”
Other finalists in the category include: the Huddersfield Community Trust and the Kirklees Construction & Skills Academy.
The Examiner Business Awards winners will be announced at a black tie awards event on the 2nd November at The John Smith’s Stadium, Huddersfield