Hatch Brenner supports Cruse Bereavement Care
Norwich solicitors firm Hatch Brenner is supporting local charity Norwich & Central Norfolk Cruse Bereavement Care as they hold an informal networking breakfast on Thursday 14 March.
The Business Breakfast, to be held at the Assembly House on Theatre Street, is a chance for representatives from local businesses to discover more about the work of the charity, how they help, and why bereavement support is so important for each individual the charity supports.
Becky Bushell, Norwich & Central Norfolk Cruse Bereavement Care fundraiser commented: “We are looking forward to holding our next Business Breakfast at the Assembly House in association with our long-term community partner Hatch Brenner Solicitors. It will be great to see familiar faces from the business community, as well as to introduce our work to new professionals. Support from the local community is vital in allowing us to operate and provide specialist support via our highly trained volunteers.”
Dawn Parkes, Hatch Brenner Managing Partner, added: “Through our partnership with Norwich & Central Norfolk Cruse Bereavement Care, we have seen first-hand how committed the team are in caring about and understanding the needs associated with bereavement. Cruse is often the only place people have to turn to when someone has died. The Business Breakfast is a good opportunity for the charity to showcase their work. It will be lovely to network with contacts and friends from the local community and to enjoy some delicious breakfast thanks to our neighbours at the Assembly House.”
For further information or to book your place at the Business Breakfast, please contact Becky Bushell at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07392 080 994.
The Business Breakfast is on Thursday 14 March, 8am – 930am, with a suggested £10 per person donation to the charity.
Norwich & Central Norfolk Cruse Bereavement Care, 68 St Augustine's Street, Norwich. NR3 3AD.