Friends of Rosie has been selected as the charity partner for Exchange Chambers for the next two years.
Exchange Chambers is an award-winning set of Barristers’ Chambers with 200 members and offices in Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds.
The CEO at Exchange Chambers, Jonathan l’Anson, said, “Planning is already underway for several fundraising events, including a Charity Ball later this year. The team at Exchange Chambers are determined to raise significant funds to support vital children’s cancer research in the Northwest.”
The partnership with Friends of Rosie will run through to 2024, with the aim of Exchange Chambers solely funding a new research project, helping find cures, better treatments and improved diagnosis for children with cancer.
Said Friends of Rosie’s Chair of Trustees, Felicity Goodey, “We are honoured to be the chosen charity to partner with Exchange Chambers. As a small, volunteer-led charity, support like theirs is what makes all the difference.
“It allows us to fund more research and kick-start new ideas that could, in future, change and save children’s lives. We’re very much looking forward to working together to make a difference.”