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Superheroes day!

Arti Shah
Fieldfisher staff are today dressing up as their favourite superheroes to raise money and awareness for Child Bereavement UK and Changing Faces and also Child Brain Injury Trust. Cillit Bang Lady shows Dustpan and Brush Turtle-Man that his dominance in household cleaning may be over.

With great power comes great responsibility and each superhero has to donate money to be able to dress up (usually in a phone box) for the day, although all staff are encouraged to donate.

About the Charities

Child Bereavement UK supports families and educates professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement.

Changing Faces is a charity for people and families who are living with conditions, marks or scars that affect their appearance. They aim to help individuals lead full, confident and satisfying lives. They give practical and emotional support to adults, children and their families, and also provide training, support and advice to professionals in health and education.

The Child Brain Injury Trust was established by a group of health professionals in 1991 to research and provide information regarding the effects of ‘traumatic’ injury on a child’s developing brain. Parents of children with acquired brain injury were keen to become actively involved with the charity and over time the emphasis on the work changed.

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