Ashurst’s partnership with Glasgow's Golden Generation

International law firm Ashurst has announced a new local charity partnership with Glasgow's Golden Generation.

The charity, previously known as Glasgow Old People's Welfare Association, was founded in 1948 and over 70 years has been supporting the elderly in Glasgow to live more independent lives, through welfare services, day care centres and weekly clubs.

Ashurst's Glasgow office is already planning a range of fundraising events and staff will be volunteering to contribute to the charity's initiatives to help elderly citizens in Glasgow, including a befriending service.

Mike Polson, managing partner at Ashurst's Glasgow office, said, "Ashurst globally has a very strong commitment to support corporate responsibility and pro bono activity. Our people in Glasgow share this commitment and are actively engaged in a wide range of activities. Thanks to this important partnership, we have the opportunity to come together, raise awareness, funds and to give our time to help elderly citizens suffering from loneliness and isolation."

Morag McIntosh, interim chief executive of Glasgow's Golden Generation, said, "We are really excited about our partnership with Ashurst"

Ashursts partnership with Glasgows Golden Generation

Pictured (L to R) are: Stefanie Bligh (Ashurst), Morag McIntosh (Glasgow's Golden Generation), Iain Brown and Vikki Campbell (both Ashurst).