A Tees law firm has created a new 2017 planner to raise thousands of pounds for a local charity.
Earlier this year, staff at Stockton-based Endeavour Partnership took on the challenge of raising £10,000 for the Prince’s Trust.
The Middlesbrough and Teesside Philanthropic Foundation has also pledged to match-fund Endeavour’s final fundraising figure.
As part of their efforts, the team of lawyers have produced a 2017 planner featuring some of the most iconic images of Teesside.
The planner features 12 stunning images of well-known Teesside landmarks and views, including Roseberry Topping, Staithes, Norton Green, the Transporter Bridge, South Gare, Saltburn, Whitby and the Newport Bridge.
Cash from sales of the planners, which cost just £10 each, will support Fairbridge, the Middlesbrough centre of the Prince’ Trust, located close to the Transporter Bridge, which provides training and educational opportunities for 16 to 25-year-olds.
Endeavour associates Martin McKinnell and Catherine Devereux are responsible for the firm’s corporate and social responsibility and charitable giving.
Devereux, pictured with the 2017 planner (above), said: “A lot of hard work has gone into the 2017 planners and we’re delighted with the end product.
“Thanks to the generous sponsorship of several businesses, every penny from the sales of the planners will go directly towards our fundraising total, so we’re hopeful this will help us reach our goal of hitting our £10,000 target before the end of the year.”
The planner has been sponsored by a number of firms including JT Atkinson, Anglo Scottish Asset Finance, Altec Engineering, Devereux Transport, ITS, Crystal Galleries, Sound Training, Begbies Traynor, Active Chartered Financial Planners, Intelect, Handelsbanken and the Build Directory.
• Only 500 copies of the planners are available – those interested in ordering copies can online at the following link: http://info.endeavourpartnership.com/teesside-planner-2017-order-form