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WA firm to give $100,000 a year to charity
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WA firm to give $100,000 a year to charity


HHG Legal Group has rolled out a long-term plan to support four charities.

Through HHG Giving Back, launched on 7 May, the firm has committed to giving $100,000 every year, on top of pro bono work, to local charitable organisations.

The program will support The Fathering Project, which helps male family members connect with children; Freshstart Recovery Program, which treats drug addiction; Hagar Australia, a specialist aftercare agency for victims of abuse or trafficking; and Albany Community Foundation, which addresses charitable work in Albany.

The program was officially launched by Western Australia attorney-general Michael Mischin at an event also attended by transport minister Dean Nalder.

“HHG Legal Group is to be applauded for setting up HHG Giving Back,” Mr Mischin said.


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