Mind (Brent, Wandsworth & Westminster) receives £500 donation from AlphaBiolabs Giving Back campaign

Leading drug, alcohol and DNA testing laboratory, AlphaBiolabs, has made a £500 donation to Mind Brent, Wandsworth & Westminster (BWW) as part of its Giving Back campaign.

For every testing instruction AlphaBiolabs receives from family law and social work professionals, the company enters the name of the customer into a bimonthly charity draw. The randomly-selected customer can then nominate a charity of their choice to receive a £500 donation.

Sophie Sibley, a Solicitor at London law firm, Hanne & Co., was randomly selected in the company’s latest draw and nominated Mind BWW to receive the donation.

Sophie said:

“Hanne & Co. has been in Wandsworth for over 126 years, and our local community is incredibly important to us. Mind BWW is our charity of the year, and the work it does profoundly impacts our community, providing essential support and resources to those in need. This donation will help Mind BWW expand its reach, offer more services, and make a tangible difference in the lives of individuals struggling with mental health issues”.

Charlotte Fletcher, Director of Business Development & Innovation, at Brent, Wandsworth & Westminster Mind, said:

“As one of London’s leading community-based mental health charities, the importance of donations like this cannot be underestimated. We would like to thank Sophie and AlphaBiolabs for their support as we work to improve mental health and wellbeing for communities in the heart of London.”

Rachel Davenport, Director at AlphaBiolabs, said:

“Looking out for the wellbeing of others is an integral part of what we do as a business, and we are proud to contribute to a cause that is so closely aligned with our own values.”

The next Giving Back charity draw will take place at the end of August.

For more information on DNA, drug and alcohol testing for legal matters, call 0333 600 1300, email testing@alphabiolabs.com or request a quote online


This article was submitted to be published by AlphaBioLabs as part of their advertising agreement with Today’s Family Lawyer. The views expressed in this article are those of the submitter and not those of Today’s Family Lawyer.

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