Lexacom helps raise £10,000 for London Legal Support Trust
The London Legal Support Trust’s 2013 Halloween Ball, sponsored by Lexacom Digital Dictation, made an impressive £10,000 for the charity.
Over 100 people got into the spirit of the spooky occasion, set against the suitably gory background of the Hunterian Museum at the Royal Society of Surgeons. Scary costumes, gruesome face painting, and unnerving magic tricks all added a great deal of fun to the serious business of fundraising.
This is the third year Lexacom has sponsored the Halloween Ball, and is continuing to work with the trust in other ways, including helping improve the charity’s efficiency through use of digital dictation and participating in other fundraising initiatives such as the London Legal Walk. Ticket sales, a silent auction and raffle prizes contributed to the money raised at the ball, which will help fund agencies which provide poor and vulnerable people with access to free legal advice.
Managing director, Andrew Whiteley, said
“The LLST do a wonderful job organising this popular event. We are pleased to be part of it and to work with the LLST to help raise funds for this valuable service, which promotes and provides free legal advice.”
Bob Nightingale MBE, Chief Executive of the LLST, said,
“it was wonderful to see Lexacom getting into the gruesome spirit of the Halloween occasion and we would like to thank them for their continued support of the voluntary legal sector. With more people struggling to cope financially, it’s a difficult time for agencies who are supporting them, so the funds and technical support provided by Lexacom are very welcome indeed.”
A recognised digital dictation leader in the healthcare market, Lexacom is increasingly being chosen by law firms looking to adopt efficient, reliable digital dictation technology which is both easy to use and cost effective.
For further information about Lexacom, visit www.lexacom.co.uk/legal or follow @LexacomDictate on Twitter. To learn more about the LLST, visit www.londonlegalsupporttrust.org.uk or follow @londonlegal on Twitter.