Z2K walk the London Legal Walk and raise just under £5,000 in donations, but there’s still time to donate!

On 17 June 2019, 19 of us from Z2K walked the London Legal Walk, raising vital funds for Z2K at the same time.

The London Legal Walk took place again this year on Monday 17th June 2019. 15,000 walkers took to the streets of London to raise vital funds for access to justice charities. There were 850 teams in total, from corporate law firms and chambers, to Law Centres to charities across London and the South East.

Here’s a snapshot of what the Z2K team got up to:

We have so far raised an amazing £4,431 excluding Gift Aid, and we’ve reached 88% of our target. A huge THANK YOU to everyone that has contributed so far, we very much appreciate it. We really would love to reach our target, and our fundraising page is still live (for the next three months!). Please donate whatever you can afford by clicking here

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