Litigation Lending and Russells Lawyers joined up again for another successful day, giving back to our community. Our teams helped out in the kitchen, served food during the Community Lunch, cleaned and sorted the Salvation Army store on Albion street, and also helped to organise their welfare food store.
Both Litigation Lending and Russells Lawyers were proud to be given this fantastic opportunity again from the team at StreetLevel and Salvation Army. We hope to continue this tradition, and thank the Salvation Army for the invitation to attend.

Here we have Cheryl West, Kylie May, Steven Taylor, Kim May and Masi Zaki from both Litigation Lending and Russells Lawyers, helping out to prepare the food for the Community Lunch, held every Thursday at StreetLevel Mission. We encourage all members of the community to head down and help out the team from StreetLevel and Salvation Army in any way you can.

Rebecca Le May writes in The West Australian on stories for some of WA’s hard working First Nations peoples who had their wages withheld under the government’s regulatory policies at the time.

Rebecca Le May writes in The West Australian on stories for some of WA’s hard working First Nations peoples who had their wages withheld under the government’s regulatory policies at the time.

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