The firm are always looking for ways to give back to the community and the past couple of months have been no exception.
With the schools returning in August, the staff at the Montrose office continued their work with the children at St Margaret’s Primary School helping them through Numbers In Partnership.
Steve Taylor, a Founding Partner, presented a signed Dundee FC shirt, through The Archie Foundation, to football mad Kai Nicoll. Kai has suffered from epilepsy most of his life and it was a joy to see the smile on his face.
In respect of Epidermolysis Bullosa (EB) Awareness week, all at Murray Taylor turned their clothes inside out for a day in support of people living with EB. Sufferers of EB have to wear their clothes inside out as the seams tear and blister their skin. The money raised is used towards clinical trials with hope of finding a cure for this horrific condition.
Finally, with Christmas approaching, the Angus Toy Appeal is running again this year, where toys are collected and given to kids living in poverty in Angus. They collect any new toys, books etc unwrapped for kids ranged between 0-18. They ask that people don’t donate used toys, vouchers, clothes or electronic stuff – games needing batteries are fine though. Murray Taylor have continued their involvement this year and both the Arbroath and Montrose offices are registered collection points for anyone looking to donate!