Corporate partnerships

Corporate partnerships and sponsorship are an important part of our funding mix at Headway Somerset.

We are delighted to confirm the continued support of our key corporate partners Enable Law and Clarke Willmott. The partnership arrangement between the two Somerset based firms has been in place since 2015 and has been a vital element of our fundraising to support innovation in ABI work including the Headway Somerset Conference as well as some funding towards the Hospital Liaison Project.

Over the years both firms have supported Headway Somerset in many different ways including office and meeting room accommodation, donations of raffle prizes, sponsorship of a Charity Ball, the 2020 Enable Law Charity Quiz and last but not least the fantastic funds raised at the Dragon Boat Race by the Clarke Willmott and Enable Law Teams.

In 2019 staff at Viridor Taunton nominated Headway Somerset as one of the recipients for their annual charity donations. This donation was unexpected but very welcome as it enabled us to develop this new website which will make a huge difference to how we can reach people with acquired brain injury, their families and friends as well as our supporters and funders.

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We are delighted and grateful to the very talented Fran Stockwell for the photographs  

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