Digby Brown Dinner Dance raises an incredible £58,500

Last week saw the Digby Brown Winter Dinner Dance for Spinal Injuries Scotland raise £58,500 to support the charity’s work, taking the total the event has raised for Spinal Injuries Scotland in its lifetime to over £600,000.

The event in Glasgow featured Invictus Games silver medallist Joanna Martin sharing her story of sustaining a spinal cord injury while serving in the RAF and her inspiring life since.

Irish comedian and TV presenter Dara Ó Briain entertained the 450 guests.

Digby Brown partner Chris Stewart, head of the firm’s serious injury department said: “The Digby Brown Winter Dinner Dance for Spinal Injuries Scotland is always an extraordinary event and this year was no exception.

“We were delighted to welcome so many guests and have Dara Ó Brian live on stage. All the entertainment throughout the evening ensured everyone had a great evening. All of this had an important aim though – to raise vital funds to support a great charity in its work across Scotland.

“At Digby Brown we personally see the incredible difference that Spinal Injuries Scotland makes to those living with spinal cord injury and their friends, relatives and carers. We are enormously proud of our long-term relationship with the charity and are thrilled that we were able to play our role in helping them continue their life changing work around Scotland.”