Nicholls Brimble Bhol are delighted to announce their new charitable partnership with the RNLI (Royal National Lifeboat Institution). The local law firm continues to extend its support to the charitable sector and the firm’s recent partnership with RNLI recognises the importance of this remarkable institution and its people which has been saving lives since 1824.
RNLI volunteer lifeboat crews provide a 24-hour rescue service in the UK and Ireland, and their seasonal lifeguards look after people on busy beaches and Flood Rescue Team helps those affected by flooding.
RNLI crews and lifeguards have saved over 142,700 lives since 1824 but they are more than a rescue service. They influence, supervise and educate people too. RNLI Community Safety teams explain the risks and share safety knowledge with anyone going out to sea or to the coast and their international teams work with like-minded organisations to help tackle drowning in communities at risk all around the world.
Commenting on the partnership, [Nick Evans, Fundraising & Partnerships Lead] said “We are very excited to be working with Nicholls Brimble Bhol to help us reach new audiences in Birmingham and the West Midlands and our volunteer crews are hugely grateful of their support to ensure they can continue their lifesaving mission
Rob Bhol, Managing Partner, Nicholls Brimble Bhol added, “We are delighted to be joining hands and becoming sponsors of the RNLI. Although we are primarily a Midlands based law firm, we all enjoy taking time out and having fun on the Country’s coastline, made much safer by the presence of the RNLI. Their reach extends in to many aspects of people’s lives on land and offshore.”
Paul Nicholls, Senior Partner, Nicholls Brimble Bhol “I am very pleased that we are supporting the RNLI and it will fill me with pride, the next time I am on the coast and see the bright colours of the RNLI in action.”
Nicholls Brimble Bhol are very pleased to be building long term partnership with the charitable sector and are proud to be supporting, The Princes Trust, Martineau Gardens, The City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra, Bournville Rugby Club, Love Brum, St Mary’s Hospice, Birmingham Royal Ballet and now the RNLI.