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Debenhams Ottaway Solicitors is delighted to present their chosen local charity, Youth Talk with a cheque for the money they have raised for the charity so far. The firm has raised over £2,000 through a range of activities which staff have taken part in over the year. Activities have included, raffles, an organised charity week, Christmas Jumper Day, kind donations from clients and Debenhams Ottaway’s Health and Wellbeing week, in line with World Mental Health Day on 10 October 2018. Click here to find out more.

The staff at Debenhams Ottaway Solicitors chose Youth Talk as their charity because of the incredible work Youth Talk do, offering counselling sessions and a safe place for young, vulnerable people to talk and get support from qualified therapists.

Managing Partner, Susan Glenholme comments: “We are delighted to be able to raise money for such a worthy cause. Mental health and well-being is a topic that needs to be promoted, talked about, and thought about in all workplaces. I am delighted to see so many of our staff getting involved and working together in the activities the firm organise to help raise money for this well-deserving charity”.

Chief Executive of Youth Talk, David Barker comments “Our vital work relies on the generosity and goodwill of individuals and business across St Albans. Sadly, increasing numbers of young people need support and rely on charities such as Youth Talk. With the fabulous support from the team at Debenhams Ottaway we are able to continue to provide a safe space for young people and support them with their mental health and emotional well-being”.

Debenhams Ottaway is looking forward to working with the charity for a second year and have already started to plan some more great activities to help raise even more money for the charity and help those who are struggling with mental health across the district of St Albans.



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