Article Category: Charities

Ruby’s Fund chosen as SAS Daniels’ charity of the year

Congleton charity Ruby’s Fund has been named as Cheshire law firm SAS Daniels LLP’s charity for the year. The charity, which is raising money to open a fully inclusive sensory centre and social cafe for children and young people with disabilities and additional needs in 2014, will be the focus of the firm’s fundraising for… Read more »

Cheshire residents given the opportunity to plan for the future

A leading expert in long term care planning is to give residents of Macclesfield and Chester the opportunity to hear essential information about the legal, general and financial issues surrounding long term care. The advice, being given at events in the two areas, will explain how the funding system works to enable people to plan… Read more »

Macclesfield beer festival donates to the David Lewis centre

Further to this year’s Macclesfield round table charity beer festival, Macclesfield and District 332 Round Table will be pleased to donate £20,000 to the David Lewis Centre to contribute towards the purchase of a replacement mini-bus and towards the start-up capital costs for their new premises in Macclesfield town centre. David Lewis fundraising manager, Nicky… Read more »

Head of SAS Daniels Chester office wins top award

Kaye Whitby, Corporate Partner and head of the Chester office of North West law firm SAS Daniels LLP, has been named Business Woman of the Year at the Chester Women in Business Awards. The awards, new for 2013, have been set up to recognise the contributions of women in the Chester business community. Kaye took… Read more »

Expert advice seminar on long-term care

A care sector expert from law firm SAS Daniels LLP is set to give out free advice on options for long-term care at a seminar in Macclesfield and Chester this month. The seminar will be hosted by SAS Daniels and local charities including Age UK Cheshire, Age UK Cheshire East, The Alzheimer’s Society, Cheshire Carers… Read more »

Government encourages bequests to charities

From April 2012, where an individual leaves at least 10% of their net estate to charitable bodies then the inheritance tax rate will be reduced from 40% to 36%. Deciding to include such a bequest to charities means that you will be able to assist charities with their work and less inheritance tax would be… Read more »