At Osborne Morris & Morgan, community spirit and giving to local charities is very important to us.
Here are just a few organisations who we work to support in various different ways..
Members of staff at Osborne Morris & Morgan often help to raise funds for local charity, Harry’s Rainbow. The charity works tirelessly to support families in the Milton Keynes and surrounding areas, who have lost a significant loved one, such as a parent or a sibling.
They do this by providing resources, group activities, trips and family outings and access to their monthly Rainbow group.
We stand with the charity in believing that families should not have to pay to support their grieving children, particularly when they are also grieving for their partner or child.
To find out more about Harry’s Rainbow and the work that they do, please visit their website HERE.
Every 90 seconds, someone in the UK is admitted to hospital with a brain injury. A brain injury can challenge every aspect of your life, so we know that the work Headway- the brain injury association does to improve the quality of life for those who have suffered from this type of injury, can be crucial.
Headway- the brain injury association is a UK-wide charity that provides support, services and information to brain injury survivors and their families. They also help any carers and professionals in the health or legal field.
We have also acted as unpaid Trustees to charities, such as the local Headway Group.
For more information about the charity, you can visit their website HERE.
We are proud to support KidsOut – a charity that delivers a range of services to disadvantaged children.
These are children who are the most vulnerable, have been abused, find themselves living in refuges, have suffered a serious injury and are disabled. KidsOut aims to give those children positive experiences to support them becoming future members of our society and workforce.
These services include “A Big Day Out”, which takes place every June and involves taking 25,000 disadvantaged children out for a day. This creates a lasting memory for those children who have never had the opportunity to, for example, visit the seaside, or a theme park. The charity also provides a Toy Box service whereby children are provided with a box of brand new toys, when they find themselves relocated. This helps bring stability and fun into the children’s lives, when they need it the most.
KidsOut also organise “Fun Days” in which children are taken out to local attractions and they also fund “Phyzzpod”. This is a cost-effective sensory environment which helps stimulate imaginations, develop speech and expressive skills in those children that through their experiences, have not been able to develop adequately.
To find out more and to support the children, you can visit the KidsOut website HERE.
MK Dons Friends of the Trust
We’re proud to be a Friend of the MK Dons Sport and Education Trust (MK Dons SET), which is a charitable organisation connected to local Championship football club, the MK Dons.
Sheena head of family law and Paul our practice manager visited the MK Dons Football Stadium to find out a little bit more about the club on our doorstep. Read the full article here.
Our partnership with Willen Hospice goes beyond Business Club Corporate Membership- we also take the opportunity to fund raise for the local hospice within the community at events and raise awareness through our marketing campaigns.
Willen Hospice are a registered charity that provides specialist palliative care in Milton Keynes and the surrounding areas.
For more information about Willen Hospice and the work that they do, click HERE.
WOODSIDE ROVERS FC
We are delighted to have renewed the support and sponsorship for the current football season with Woodside FC U11’s.
This is now the 4th year that OM&M have shown this support and we hope it continues long into the future.
OTHER TYPES OF SUPPORT
In addition to the above charities, we also support our local schools by advertising in their magazines, offering work experience and sponsoring local events.