Doncaster Junior Lawyers Division (DJLD) has raised almost £400 for their charity of the year, Doncaster Deaf Trust.


The monies raised from a charity raffle at their Casino Night event will directly support the Aspire to Be Employability Service, managed by Doncaster Deaf Trust. The specialist service is currently in need of funding to renovate additional training rooms which will be used to deliver essential training in motivation, self-esteem, and confidence for the clients Aspire to Be support.

Liam Bawden, President of the Doncaster Junior Lawyers Division, said: “We are thrilled with the support and generosity shown by the attendees of our Casino Night. The funds raised will make a significant impact on the vital work carried out by the Aspire to Be Employability Service, helping to improve the lives of many in our community."

Becca Lynch, fundraising officer for Doncaster Deaf Trust, added: "The support from DJLD means a lot to us. The money raised go towards enhancing our training facilities, supporting Aspire to Be’s clients, helping them to build their confidence and skills. We are incredibly grateful for DJLD’s fundraising efforts. "

DJLD, in its second year of operation, continues to make a meaningful impact by supporting the charity.

Any junior lawyers or aspiring legal professionals interested in the work DJLD does are encouraged to contact DJLD via email at

Businesses interested in learning more about Doncaster Deaf Trust and exploring collaboration opportunities can contact Becca Lynch at the Trust via email at or call 01302 342166.