Squire Sanders

Squire Sanders

Squire Sanders

Feb 28, 1:37 PM

Partner, Scott Hutton and his sister, Corinne, recently set out to do the seventh ''Spinneys Dubai 92 Cycle Challenge''. The bike race sees over 2,000 cyclists from all over the world racing through the streets of Dubai. Corinne is a quadruple amputee who started a charity Finding Your Feet in 2014. Finding Your Feet provides a wide range of support to individuals who have been affected by amputation or limb deficiency, through sporting initiatives and social inclusion projects. The charity has already succeeded in raising more than 250,000 for the amputee community. Finding Your Feet entered a team of amputees who were joined by gold-winning Paralympian, Jon-Allan Butterworth, who lost an arm in a rocket attack while serving with the RAF, and rugby legend Peter Winterbottom (English and British & Irish Lions). The funds the team raised were donated to the Al Jalila Foundation, a global philanthropic organization dedicated to transforming lives through medical education and research by investing in the UAEs medical treatment capabilities. Well done everyone who took part in the race but particularly to our riders from #TeamSPB & Finding Your Feet. #bicycle #riding

Feb 8, 0:56 PM

Congratulations to UK partner Darren Warburton on his successful scale of Mount Kilimanjaro for @wateraid . #mtkilimanjaro #climbing #mountains

Feb 8, 0:53 PM

We are delighted to be legal sponsors of the 10th Global #Infrastructure Leadership Forum March 1-3 in Montreal! bit.ly/2kTjyZa #forum #leadership

Jan 3, 2:32 PM

In December, #TeamSPB Manchester spent a day volunteering at Ladybarn Community Centre in Fallowfield, to host a Christmas lunch for 70 elderly people in the local area. Ladybarn Community Centre exists, in partnership with other organizations, with the aim of developing opportunities for local people through the provision of activities that meet the needs of the local community. On the day, #TeamSPB assisted with setting up the room ready for lunch, helping to prepare the food and serve it, provided entertainment and did lots of clearing up afterwards. Jacqui Manley the Community Impact Account Manager for Employee Volunteering programme - Greater Manchester at BITC (Business in the Community) North West, offered a really big thank you for organising a fantastic party yesterday for the service users and staff at Ladybarn Community Centre. It was extremely well organised again by you. Everyone was having a great time and there was a lovely festive atmosphere in the centre. #community #communityservice