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Dreams & Wishes named charity partner for law awards

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The South Wales Law Awards is proud to announce Dreams & Wishes as its nominated charity for 2020.

Dreams & Wishes is a truly wonderful charity dedicated to helping seriously ill children by making their dreams and wishes come true. Since 2011, Dreams & Wishes have been working with families across the UK, providing vital support.

Dreams & Wishes Business Ambassador Wendy Hobbs said “The award-winning charity is 100% volunteer-run and 100% of the funds raised with no deductions, grants the dreams and wishes of seriously ill children and their families. The charity understands that every child is unique with their own dreams and wishes, so it aims to make sure that every child it works with is able to fulfil their dream.

Without the generosity of businesses, the general public, and wonderful events like the South Wales Law Awards, the charity would not be able to create those special memories for children who deserve to experience magic, happiness and the opportunity to see their dreams come true.

Thank you, to the South Wales Law Awards, for helping to put more beautiful smiles on the faces of children and their families going through a very difficult time.”

Wesley Skene – South Wales Law Awards Founder said, “The South Wales Law Awards is delighted to have Dreams & Wishes as our nominated charity for 2020. It is such an inspiring and worthy charity. We are very much looking forward to the awards evening and raising as much as possible.”

The 2020 South Wales Law Awards is being held on Friday 17th April at the Hilton Hotel in Cardiff and will be presented by one of Welsh Radio and Televisions most popular presenters Sara Edwards.

Applications close on Friday 21st March 2020. To apply go to www.southwaleslawawards.co.uk

Rhys Gregory
Editor of Wales247.co.uk

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