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Collas Crill partners with Guernsey Alzheimer's Association

Collas Crill has partnered with local charity the Guernsey Alzheimer's Association (GAA) LBG as part of its corporate social responsibility programme.

The partnership, that will last a year, will see staff from the offshore law firm support the charity through a variety of fundraising initiatives, from staff dress-down days and meat draws to providing volunteers for the GAA's monthly member lunches.

Collas Crill's Make A Difference (MAD) committees are based across the firm's global jurisdictions, aiming to make a positive impact on staff, the community and the environment. This is the second year that Collas Crill has partnered with the charity. 

The GAA an independent local charity works to support people in the Bailiwick who have dementia.

Jason Green, Group CSR Committee Chair, said: "Charitable work is hugely benefitting to those involved and it can really make a difference and is very rewarding. Following a successful partnership last year, we're looking forward to continuing our relationship with the GAA which does such vital work in the local community, providing support and information."

Chairman of GAA, Barbara Giles, said: "To have been voted Charity of the year once was brilliant, but to be voted again for the second-year running is unbelievable.  We do appreciate that there are so many well deserving Charities on the Island, so being voted for again makes this a very special year and we cannot thank Collas Crill and the “MAD” committee enough.”

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