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Employees from Bath law firm Thrings recently donated their time to help charity Developing Health & Independence (DHI) improve the gardens of three supported living houses.
The staff cleared the gardens of the homes, which are let through Home Turf Lettings.
DHI supports people with issues linked to homelessness, problematic alcohol or drug use, and poor mental health.
Thrings have a corporate partnership with the charity and volunteer their time to help.
Staff joined forces to mow lawns, cut back hedges, weed and get the gardens at the properties ready for winter.
Sam Longmore, Trainee Solicitor at Thrings, said: “Thrings takes its Corporate Social Responsibilities very seriously, knowing how important it is to give back to the communities in which we live and work.
“We also understand how volunteering can contribute to our work/life balance and how it can improve our mental health to be part of something outside our everyday lives.
“Thrings chose DHI as its charity of the year because of the excellent work it does to support those facing difficult times to turn around their lives for the better and achieve their full potential.”
Rosie Phillips, Chief Executive, DHI, said: “It is fantastic to get businesses in our communities involved in our projects.
“Outside space is so important as part of our clients recovery and we are truly grateful that Thrings have dedicated their time and manpower to this project at DHI.”
Law firm team volunteer their time to spruce up supported living houses
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