We have a long history at Boyes Turner of supporting charities and causes that link into the work we do for clients whether it be the local cycling awareness charity or more national concerns such as Headway or Meningtitis Now. Trustee of Headway Thames Valley (Kim Milan), a charity who aim to promote wider understanding of all aspects of brain injury and provide information, support and services to people with an acquired brain injury (ABI), their families and carers in the Thames Valley. Bronze corporate partners with Spinal Injuries Association. Members of the Brain Injury Group, a national network of specialist brain injury lawyers and other experts that provide access to a complete package of care and support for people affected by brain injury. Legal Secretary for the Chiltern Centre (Richard Money-Kyrle), a charity which supports disabled children and young adults, in the Henley area, by offering respite care and allowing the children and their families to live life to the full. A trustee of the charity and mentor as part of part of Meningitis Now's Believe and Achieve programme (Julie Marsh) Believe and Achieve is a new venture which enables Meningitis Now to offer personalised, age-specific and accessible support to 14-15 year olds affected by meningitis. Corporate Supporter of Brake The Road Safety Charity. Boyes Turner appointed to The Katie Piper Foundation’s first legal panel. The legal panel will help survivors of burns and traumatic scarring seek specialist legal support and advice. Boyes Turner will also signpost its clients to the charity for rehabilitation support. Other charities we support Berkshire Asbestos Support Group (BASG) British Thoracic and Oncology Group (BTOG) Cauda Equina Spinal Cord Injury (CESCI) CEREBRA Child Brain Injury Trust (CBIT) Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust Limbless Association Lung Cancer Nursing UK SCOPE West Hertfordshire Lung Cancer Support Group (West Herts LCSG) UK Sepsis Trust Through supporting a wide range of charities we have access to the most up to date information on some of the serious injuries that our clients are coping with. We strive to share that information with our clients – be it helping them to create a bespoke sledge for a disabled child or a limb for an amputee.