Sullivan Sponsors "Wild Waves" to Raise Funds for Shelter and Women’s Aid
London, UK – Global law firm Sullivan is pleased to announce its sponsorship of "Wild Waves" one of the teams rowing the Atlantic Ocean as part of the 2021 Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge. ‘Wild Waves’ rowers Jessica Oliver and Charlotte Harris aim to raise over £100,000 for Shelter and Women’s Aid.
The Talisker Whisky Atlantic Challenge is considered to be the world’s toughest row, and will begin on December 12, 2021.
The challenge will take around 60 days, with Jessica and Charlotte each rowing two hours on, then two hours off, around the clock. They will face sleep deprivation, sea sickness, blisters, 100ft waves, raging storms and uncertain sea life.
Other sponsors include GE Healthcare, NMS Infrastructure Limited, and Global Trade Review (GTR), among others.
Mark Norris, trade and export finance partner at Sullivan in London commented: “This is a momentous challenge, and one which Sullivan as a firm is delighted to be involved with. Shelter and Women’s Aid provide life-changing and life-saving support and assistance within our communities and Sullivan is very pleased to be able to partner with Jessica and Charlotte to raise critical financing for these two vital charities.”
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About the UK charities being supported by Wild Waves:
Women’s Aid directly supports victims of domestic abuse by providing life-saving services. They also work within communities to build a future where domestic violence is not tolerated.
Shelter aims to reduce homelessness by campaigning and working with the government to address the national housing crisis, rights for renters and increased social housing. It also provides legal advice and help secure safe accommodation for the homeless population.
For more information about the crew and the challenge they face, please visit their website. Please follow the progress of the team on Instagram: @teamwildwaves and for further information please email email@example.com.
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