Levins Solicitors choose the Big Help Project (Knowsley Foodbank) as their new Charity of the Year

The Big Help Project is delighted to announce that they have been chosen as the new
charity of the year for Huyton-based Levins solicitors.

The partnership was formally announced this week after the team from Levins visited the Big Help Project’s Huyton offices to meet the team and learn more about the work of the organisation in Knowsley and the wider Liverpool City Region.

The announcement comes as the Big Help Project undertakes an expansion in the range and reach of services, as part of their ongoing commitment to eradicating poverty in all its forms across the Liverpool City Region. The partnership will see Levins work closely with the Big Help Project on a range of events and initiatives to help raise funds, drive food bank donations and raise awareness of the Big Help Project, including new ventures supporting ex-offenders and asylum seekers, and involvement with the new multi-agency 2020 Vision initiative tackling homelessness across the Liverpool City Region.

“Attending The Big Help Project was a real eye-opener to say the least. I was surprised to learn that not only do they provide for those in desperate need but also offer a multitude of services to lift people out of poverty. All of us here at Levins Solicitors are thrilled to be working alongside such a vital organisation to our local community”

Jamie Kelly, Paralegal at Levins Solicitors

“we are delighted to have been chosen as Levins Charity of the Year, and we are really looking forward to working with them across a range of projects and initiatives over the next 12 months.”

Michele Duckworth, Fundraiser at the Big Help Project,