National Family Mediation (NFM) sincerely thanks all those who kindly made donations towards its child-inclusive mediation work at the Family Law Awards 2019.
NFM was selected by LexisNexis as the charity partner for this year’s prestigious event, which celebrates the success and achievements of family lawyers, and the vital contribution that they make to society.
The charity’s CEO, Jane Robey, said: “It was an honour to be invited to be the charity partner for this most enjoyable occasion.
“We were bowled over with the generosity of those who donated money to our cause.
“As the founders of child-inclusive mediation, we will of course use it help empower children at that most difficult of times when their parents are divorcing or separating.
“Child-inclusive mediation gives children a stake in shaping their own futures and keeps parents focussed on their children’s needs.
“Thank you to all who contributed for your important recognition and contribution to this work.”
Anyone wanting to make a donation can still do so, using this link to the NFM justgiving.com webpage
This year’s event took place on Wednesday 27 November in central London. Jane Robey attended the event along with NFM Chair of Trustees, Nigel Fishwick.
You can read more about the event, including details of those who won awards, on the Family Law Awards 2019 website