Justis Publishing, based in Camden, is an online library of UK and international legislation and a research tool for lawyers around the world. It has been supporting Variety for 18 months.

In that time, staff members have engaged in numerous fundraising activities to raise money for our work, including a Three Peaks Challenge, skydiving and half marathons. They also sent an emailer to their clients requesting donations.

Because Masoud Gerami, Managing Director of Justis, very much wanted to support Variety’s work in and around Camden, he agreed to donate over 1,750 Easter eggs to five local special-needs schools.

“I feel it’s very important that businesses support their local community and was thrilled when Justis was given the opportunity of giving local children a treat they might otherwise not enjoy. Joining the 200 children of Kentish Town Primary School at their Friday assembly was a wonderful experience and seeing the joy on the faces of the children is something I won’t forget” said Mr Gerami.

Hundreds of children benefited from the fundraising of Justis and Variety is delighted to have them as a local corporate supporter.

Easter comes to Camden