Hogan Lovells scales new heights to support nature’s recovery

Hogan Lovells scales new heights to support nature’s recovery

Press releases | 03 August 2022

London, 3 August 2022 – Global law firm Hogan Lovells is pleased to have hosted the 'Things with Wings' themed abseil fundraiser to celebrate its partnership with UK charity partner, The Wildlife Trusts.

Almost 50 courageous colleagues took flight and abseiled the 34-metre descent from Atlantic House and raised money to support The Wildlife Trusts. This year, in celebration of the firm’s partnership with the Trust’s, the abseil fancy dress theme was 'Things with Wings' with prizes being awarded to the best individual and team costume as well as those who fundraised the most. 

All money fundraised will be matched by the firm to support the Trusts’ goal to secure nature’s recovery on land and sea. Their vision is to see active recovery for wildlife happening across at least 30% of our land and seas by 2030.

Their Strategy 2030 highlights the importance of restoring green spaces as it will ensure a thriving natural world, with wildlife and natural habitats playing a valued role in addressing the climate and ecological emergencies. 

Margaret Ruttle from the London Wildlife Trusts who joined the fundraiser, commented: “It was a fabulous day meeting Hogan Lovells colleagues and cheering them on, and a great opportunity to participate in one of the firm’s fundraising events myself! Well done to everyone involved!”

Partner and Fundraising Partnerships Co-chair Elaine Penrose said: “ Well done and thank you to those who participated and to all supporters for their generous donations. The Wildlife Trusts have a significant mission to restore 30% of our land and sea to nature by 2030. We look forward to supporting The Wildlife Trusts’ mission to put nature back into recovery over the coming years.”

The Wildlife Trusts believe that for nature to have a chance and to see active recovery for wildlife, taking action for saving insects is essential. In the UK, our insect populations have suffered drastic declines, which are set to have far-reaching consequences for both wildlife and people. Click here for more information on Taking Action For Insects

Responsible Business Manager for Hogan Lovells Fabienne Gress, said: “We are delighted to celebrate our partnership with The Wildlife Trusts and continue to support its vital work of protecting nature for future generations and taking grassroots action to tackle the climate crisis. Thank you to all who participated and supported the fundraiser – we’re all looking forward to our fundraising and educational activities  for the rest of the year.”