Not for Profit Law donates another £30,000 for good causes

Three women (Laura, Claire and Trina) stand outside of a brick building (St James Mill)

Not for Profit Law donates £30,000 for good causes

Over the past year, local Community Interest Company (CIC) Not for Profit Law has raised £30,000 for grassroots causes in Norfolk. We work closely with the practice to distribute the funds where they will have the most impact.

The organisation has been raising money for Norfolk Community Foundation since their launch 2021, and to date has donated in excess of £80,000. Their fundraising has supported grassroots charities such as Harpley Community Events, Charlotte Harvey Trust and The Horticultural Industry Scheme, all of which are helping build communities and keep people connected.

Spearheaded by solicitors Laura van Ree and Trina Worden, Not for Profit Law continues to deliver excellent outcomes for clients while also helping build Norfolk communities. Departing from conventional law firms, they founded a different kind of practice with philanthropic values at its core. Not for Profit Law operates as a Community Interest Company (CIC), channelling its profits back into the local community through the Norfolk Community Foundation.

Claire Cullens, CEO of Norfolk Community Foundation, praised the firm on their 3rd annual donation, stating, “Laura and Trina epitomize what a true social enterprise is. Their dedication helps us support communities to address pressing issues and improve the lives of individuals in Norfolk. Collaborations like this fuel our endeavours, and we’re thrilled to extend the benefits of their CIC across the county.”

Through Not for Profit Law, Laura and Trina provide comprehensive legal counsel on matters including Wills, Tax, Probate, Estate Administration, Trusts, Powers of Attorney, and Court of Protection cases. They offer free initial probate advice and a complimentary Will review. Trina emphasized their commitment to delivering traditional services in an innovative manner, ensuring clients receive expert guidance while supporting their local community.

Trina and Laura, Nor for Profit Law
Trina and Laura, Not for Profit Law

By contributing to the Norfolk Community Foundation, Not for Profit Law has aligned itself with a pioneering initiative aimed at amplifying social impact within the local community. Good for Good, recently launched by Norfolk Community Foundation, is a groundbreaking programme that makes it easier for local businesses to achieve greater social impact. Through this partnership, Not for Profit Law becomes an integral part of the Good for Good family, delivering vital funding to support our efforts in empowering local communities to achieve significant social change.

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