We all know dedicated and inspiring people who devote their lives to caring for others.
These are the wonderful volunteers and professionals who work with the terminally ill and the seriously injured, bringing much-needed care and comfort to individuals and their families.
You and your family will have your own special causes that you support and so do we…
Bonnar Accident Law’s main charity fundraising focus is dedicated to helping St. Andrew’s Hospice in Airdrie, Lanarkshire, where our head office has been located since 1977.
We are also corporate members of Headway UK, the Brain Injury Association (see below) and we sponsored the Glasgow Spinal Centre nominees at the inaugural Spinal Injuries Association Women In Spinal Cord Injury Awards in Birmingham.
We provide a new car each year for the Hospice’s Grand Prize Draw and we are delighted that the money raised makes a significant contribution towards the Hospice’s running costs.
If you would like to get involved with fundraising for the Hospice which serves the whole of Lanarkshire, then please contact the Hospice direct, or pop into one of the Hospice shops. The fundraising team would be delighted to welcome you.
The 2016 star prize, a brand new Kia Picanto, was won by James Kearney from Newarthill, Motherwell.
Bonnar Accident Law is proud to be associated with the dedicated staff and volunteers at St Andrew’s Hospice who work tirelessly to make a difference to others’ lives and we are delighted to be supporting the Hospice again in 2017. History
Bonnar Accident Law is a proud supporter of St. Andrew’s Hospice in Airdrie, Lanarkshire. We began our association with the Hospice over 10 years ago when we donated a saloon car to be used as a patient taxi.
The firm has donated a car for the Hospice Raffle since 2008. The Hospice fundraising team have raised over £400,000 in ticket sales.
Old Firm legends and longstanding Hospice supporters Arthur Numan and Tom Boyd launch the inaugural 2008 St. Andrew’s Hospice Grand Car Prize Draw at Bonnar Accident Law’s Airdrie office.
Headway UK – the brain injury association
Bonnar Accident Law is very pleased to support local Headway groups and the vital work they do in helping brain injured people and their families cope with the challenges of day to day living.
Our Backofthenet football initiative has raised funds for Fife Headway Group and we have financed the production of a radio programme and on-air promotional material on behalf of Headway Glasgow. We are also active supporters of Headway in Lanarkshire.
Bonnar Accident Law was delighted to be the major sponsor of Headway’s 2010 Christmas Draw – the firm donated a Corsa 1.2l Sxi and an iPod nano.
(Photo shows Bonnar Accident Law staff outside the firm’s Airdrie office with Headway Scotland managers Gaille McCann and Catriona MacGregor launch the 2010 prize draw on ‘Hats for Headway Day’, 21st May.)
Back of the net
Backofthenet is Bonnar Accident Law’s football-themed charity event which raises funds for St. Andrew’s Hospice and Fife Headway Group.
Home advantage and a noisy, partisan crowd clearly played a major part in Airdrie Utd’s narrow victory against the mighty Bonnar Accident Law ‘All Star’ penalty shoot out team.
Karen Smith from our Dunfermline office hands over a cheque to Barbara Linton and Elaine Russell from Fife Headway Group at the launch of ‘Back of the net’ at East End Park Dunfermline.
Children’s Safety Education:
Bonnar Accident Law supports the work of the CSE in Lanarkshire with an annual contribution towards the costs of educational materials. Young person Work Experience Placements:
For many years now, the firm has been an active participant in Work Experience schemes for all eligible schoolchildren in our local communities.
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