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Cognitive Law helps in Urgent Winter Appeal

With December upon us, we are now in the throws of winter. And with the weather turning cold it’s made us think about those less fortunate then us having to cope with living in these cold conditions. Therefore we feel compelled to do what we can to help those less fortunate than us to get through the winter.

We are taking part in the Urgent Winter Appeal for The Clock Tower Sanctuary – a charity helping homeless young people in Brighton and Hove. The Cognitive Law team have collected as many good quality winter clothes and accessories we can to donate to the young people who are supported by this worthy charity.

The Clock Tower Sanctuary is a drop-in service providing support to homeless young people (Aged 16-25) in Brighton and Hove. Their day centre is the only one of its kind in the city and they are open 6 days a week.

The Clock Tower Sanctuary provide a friendly, bright, centrally-located, safe space for young people to engage with their peers and other visiting agencies – without the worry of having to share a service with older homeless people who can be intimidating.

Cognitive Law is passionate about helping local and national charities in doing our bit to make a difference. We hope the clothes we donate will provide some warmth and comfort to those that need it most.

To join the Cognitive Law team in taking part in the Urgent Winter Appeal for the Clock Tower Sanctuary visit – www.thects.org.uk