Celebrating the First 10 Years !
Hayward Baker Personal Injury Solicitors celebrate 10 years in business in 2010.
To mark this anniversary, we thought we would do something for the local community. We are therefore working on a project with Business in the Community on the National Give and Gain Charity Day on 9th of July 2010.
We will be donating our time and equipment and will be attempting to convert the outside space of two specially built houses in Gosport that are occupied by adults with various levels of Autism aged 20 years upwards.
We are hoping to make the gardens more usable. There is much work to be done as most of the garden area has been left unattended for some time. There will be general clearing, weeding and turning over of the soil as well as attending to any existing plants. We are looking to expand a small sensory garden and introduce raised beds so the residents can grow their own fruit and vegetables in the future.
As a Firm we are paying £30.00 per head for each of our staff to participate on the day by giving there labour. We have also bought a selection of tools that we will be leaving for the residents to use in the future. We will also be providing plants, seeds and some wood stain to maintain the fences of the property.
We hope it will be a rewarding day for our staff and, in keeping with the Firm’s wider objective in recovering compensation for accident victims, will provide a long term benefit and improve the quality of life of the residents.
What is Give & Gain Day?
- Give & Gain Day is the UK national day for employee volunteering.
- Last year over 4300 volunteers from 208 companies took part.
- This year will see 6000 employees from 275 companies volunteering.
The pictures below show the areas to be transformed by our team of volunteers.
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