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Four members of our legal team, Sean Carty, Rebecca Finnigan, Lisa Young and Ruth Allanson, will be heading to the top of Liverpool's Anglican Cathedral this Saturday for a charity abseil hoping to raise £500 in aid of the charity After Adoption.
Our charity this month, After Adoption, was founded in Manchester in 1990 as a voluntary adoption agency. It is now one of the largest providers of adoption support services in the UK, answering over 100,000 requests for help. The charity works to place children, who are currently in the care system, with stable families. According to their website, 1 in four people in the UK has some connection to the adoption process as an adoptee, a relative or an adoptive family.
Through their adoption agency, 'Families that Last' they help to place children who have found it hard to find a home. After Adoption work with those children that are the most difficult to place, they aim to provide a caring and supportive family life for those children who may otherwise live out their lives in the care system.
They also provide individual, group and family work for people affected by adoption; those needing support building new families; those looking to rebuild past relationships by searching for relatives and those who have lost relatives to adoption. They also work with adopted people to help them find their identity and trace their past.
Our intrepid abseilers will be descending the 100m tower of the cathedral on Saturday afternoon. To donate to the fund for this very worthwhile charity, visit our Virgin Money Giving page. On behalf of Canter Levin & Berg Solicitors we wish Sean, Rebecca, Lisa and Ruth good luck and a safe landing!