Ison Harrison Supports The Little Hiccups Christmas Ball
We are delighted to announce that Ison Harrison is continuing its close association with the Little Hiccups charity by supporting their annual Christmas Charity Ball on 24th November 2018.
Little Hiccups is a Leeds-based support group for families who have a child with disabilities or special needs. Our Head of Clinical Negligence, James Thompson, has formed close links with Little Hiccups over recent years and is a Trustee of the charity.
The 2018 Christmas Ball will be held at the Marriott Hotel, off Boar Lane in Leeds city centre. Tickets include a drinks reception, three-course meal and drinks package, plus live entertainment and a disco.
In addition to members of Ison Harrison staff attending the ball and us purchasing a table for the black tie event, we are also supplying a Gin hamper as a raffle prize. Our support of the Christmas Ball has become an annual initiative that everyone really enjoys being a part of but our work with Little Hiccups has evolved to become an all-year-round project. Already we are planning events for 2019, and although plans are very much at a formative stage, we are looking to undertake a sponsored bike ride for next year. The aim is to rise £5,000 for the charity through a Liverpool to Leeds canal bike ride taking place over two or three days, and finishing at the Royal Armouries Leeds with a big party for the Little Hiccups families.
We are proud at Ison Harrison that our work is primarily focussed on improving people’s lives. First and foremost this is in ensuring that people receive the emotional and physical support they need for their rehabilitation following incidents of clinical negligence or personal injury, then we can address their legal requirements. This is all part of our package and outlines how and why we are supporting amazing initiatives like Little Hiccups.
If you would like more information on the Little Hiccups Christmas Ball or would like to apply for tickets, you can visit the Little Hiccups website here.« Go backContact us »