Law At Work donates 200 hours of free support to charities

Law At Work (LAW), the Channel Islands’ leading employment and health and safety specialist, has set up a community-driven initiative to provide vital support to local charities.

Celebrating its 20th year and as part of the company’s ongoing dedication to corporate social responsibility and community enrichment, LAW is offering 200 hours of free expert advice and support to the charitable sector in Jersey over the next 12 months.

LAW hopes this initiative will have some impact on the most valued service providers in Jersey. LAW will provide guidance on human resources, health and safety, data protection, customised in-house training, or wellbeing coaching for carers of the charity’s clients.

Lorna Pestana, Group Executive Director, said: “We are thrilled to launch this initiative in support of local charities, recognising the vital role they play in our community. Due to the current economic outlook and reduction in support, we’ve seen how hard it is for charities to pay for some services. As a company deeply connected to Jersey’s community, we hope this initiative will empower organisations to continue their impactful work.”

In addition to the 200 hours of free support, LAW is extending a discount on all services throughout the year to charities requiring ongoing support and assistance.

Kelly Flageul, Group Chair, said: “As we reflect on our journey from humble beginnings to our current success, we are deeply grateful for the support of this incredible island community. From planting trees to cover our paper use to offering our people time out of work to volunteer, we really want to give back to the Island. Our team is passionate about making a tangible difference in the lives of those who do so much for our community.”

Local charities are encouraged to reach out to LAW to take advantage of this opportunity. For more information, please contact Annie Gradidge at 01534 887088 or

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