Clan Childlaw team brave choppy Loch Lomond waters to raise funds for 10th anniversary
On 25th August, Clan Childlaw co-founder Alison Reid along with colleagues Lucy Frazer, Jill Sutherland and Rachel Farrier, took part in the Great Scottish Swim in Loch Lomond, each swimming a mile in choppy waters.
The team were cheered on by family and friends, including Clan Childlaw co-founder, Fiona Jones.
This year marks 10 years since Clan Childlaw opened its doors in 2008 as a free, child-centred, outreach law centre for children and young people, and throughout the year colleagues have been taking part in various fundraising endeavours.
In April, a group scaled Ben Lomond, and in the next few months others hope to scale another 9 Munros to complete the ’10 years – 10 Munros’ challenge, with the next weekend of climbing planned for 22nd and 23rd September.
Clan Childlaw is inviting donations to their 10-Year anniversary fundraising appeal. More information can be found here.
The money raised will go towards increasing Clan’s capacity to provide free legal advice and representation to children and young people.