RSM’s Charity for 2017

The LCTF are thrilled to announce that the Grangemouth office of accountancy and professional services firm RSM has chosen to support the Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation as their dedicated charity for 2017.

RSM is the UK’s seventh largest firm of audit, tax and consulting services with revenues over £300m a year. The firm has 3,800 partners and staff operating from 35 locations throughout the UK. Internationally RSM has over 800 offices across 120 countries, and is the sixth largest network of independent audit, tax and consulting firms. At the annual AltFi awards in January 2017 the firm was crowned ‘Investment and Corporate Advice firm of the Year’ and ‘Consulting and Accounting Firm of the Year’. The firm provides specialised business advice and services to a range of clients and sectors within areas such as tax, law and risk assurance.

Grant Currie, Trustee and Co-Founder of The Lauren Currie Twilight Foundation said: ‘We are delighted to be charity partners with RSM and to be working with the Grangemouth team. We hope to raise vital funds and awareness of vasculitis and look forward to support the exciting fundraising events planned.’

Mark Holland, Managing Director of RSM Employer Services said: ‘RSM is committed to supporting local organisations and causes in our office regions, looking to make a positive impact in the areas in which our staff live and work. This year we are very proud to be working alongside our chosen charity, the LCTF, and look forward to building relationships and helping to further the incredible work they for vasculitis research.’

‘The staff in our Grangemouth office have this year created a Charity Committee to raise money and organise a series of exciting events, such as a summer coffee morning and a sponsored autumn walk.’

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