The event, held at the Titanic Building at 30 James Street, welcomed The Lord Mayor and Lady Mayoress of Liverpool, along with a number of high profile business and sporting professionals, including property developer Lawrence Kenwright, architect Ged Couser and retired footballer David Fairclough.
Co-founder of DWF Jim Davies OBE and host on the night, said: “It was fantastic to see so many colleagues and clients come together to raise money for a great cause. Alder Hey Children’s Hospital has touched the lives of many of our people and we feel passionate about supporting the charity that impacts so many across the city.”
Paul Rimmer, executive partner at DWF’s Liverpool office, added: “We are committed to the communities that we do business in, and Alder Hey Children’s Hospital is at the heart of our community. It makes a real difference to the children and families in its care and the money raised on the night will help to provide key equipment for the new world-leading facility.”
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital is the nominated charity for DWF’s Liverpool office, and the legal business is committed to supporting the charity through active fundraising.