Lawyers tee-off for Charity

In a bid to raise funds for Autism Spectrum Australia (‘Aspect’), more than 60 Far North Coast Law Society solicitors and their colleagues ‘tee’d-off’ for a Charity Golf Day at Lismore Golf Course. One of many fundraisers supported by the Society, the Golf Day raised $1,000 for the local charity which is a lifeline for children living with an autism spectrum disorder.

Aspect estimates that 1 in every 160 Australians has an autistic spectrum disorder and that early intervention can help develop a child’s potential. Jeanagh Condon of Aspect said that the donation will enable the charity to purchase critical resources such as an interactive whiteboard, outdoor equipment and sensory equipment for a dedicated program operated out of St Josephs, Alstonville.

Adam Gibbs from Somerville Laundry Lomax, representing the Far North Coast Law Society, presented the cheque to Aspect, congratulating the not-for-profit organisation on their vital work in the community

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