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SCL Help Fund

The SCL Help Fund is a charity funded solely by our firm.

It is designed to help those in need,  regardless of race, religion, gender or species (animals included).

We have had the privilege of donating many thousands of dollars to a wide range of amazing charities that are making a real difference to the lives of those in need.

Our Help Fund has also allowed us to wholly fund the building and ongoing costs of a school in an impoverished region of Bangladesh – giving children access to education they would otherwise be unlikely to obtain.

Our commitment to social responsibility also sees our team participating in a raise of fundraising events.

Our Stories

12 Million Face Starvation in Yemen

by Sydney Criminal Lawyers
It may not often make the mainstream news headlines, but Yemen is a country in tremendous crisis, with the number of people facing starvation expected to rise to nearly 12 million in the coming weeks. Yemen is a developing country...

Sydney Criminal Lawyers® Participate in Strong Women Challenge

by Sonia Hickey
ActionAid is a women’s rights organisation with far-reaching impact. The organisation was established in the UK in 1972, and its Australian arm has been operating for more than 40 years. ActionAid fights for women’s rights across a number of fronts,...

Bringing the Gift of Education to Impoverished Children

by Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Bangladesh is a remarkable country, but it is plagued by desperate poverty. Formerly East Pakistan, it became Bangladesh in 1971 after a war of independence. The country is located on the Indian subcontinent and has a population of more than...

Doctors Without Borders and White Helmets: Helping the Victims of Aleppo

by Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Since 2011, violence and air strikes have been a daily occurrence in Aleppo, Syria, terrorizing the local population. Buildings including schools and hospitals have been reduced to rubble, the air has become thick with dust and pollutants, and basic necessities...

Cambodian Children’s Fund and Chab Dai: Helping Impoverished Kids

by Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Cambodia is one of south-east Asia’s most impoverished countries. The nation still recovering from the effects of the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, during which dictator Pol Pot ordered the deaths of hundreds of thousands of his own people. Despite their...

Greyhound Adoption Program and Friends of the Hound: For the love of dogs

by Sydney Criminal Lawyers
With the Greyhound racing industry reeling from the NSW government’s decision to ban dog racing from July 2017, there is widespread concern about what’s to become of the tens of thousands of dogs that will no longer be needed, or...

ANERA and Heifer International: Changing the lives of poverty-stricken families

by Sydney Criminal Lawyers
Two years on from the day war ended in Palestine, life for Palestinians remains desperate. 75,000 are still homeless. There are not enough shelters, there are not enough building materials to make more shelters. Power operates only a few hours...

Love 146 and HAART Kenya: Freeing Children from Sexual Slavery

by Ugur Nedim
Love 146 “We found ourselves standing shoulder to shoulder with predators in a small room, looking at little girls through a pane of glass. All of the girls wore red dresses with a number pinned to their front for identification....

‘Carpets for Communities’ and ‘The Orangutan Project’

by Ugur Nedim
Carpets for Communities Cambodia is a cultural wonderland: with its incredible architecture, breathtaking natural beauty and rich history, the country has become a tourist hotspot in recent years. But beneath its natural beauty, Cambodia carries the scars of a brutal...

Animal Welfare League: Helping Abandoned Pets Find Loving Homes

by Ugur Nedim
Australians have very few rights compared to those in many other developed countries – but our furry friends have even less. While there are some laws in place to protect animals against cruelty and mistreatment, this legislation is far from...

Helping the Homeless: StreetSmart and the Melbourne Period Project

by Ugur Nedim
Life on the streets can be tough, and for whatever reason people find themselves homeless, it can be hard to escape the poverty trap. Fortunately, there are a number of great charities which work towards providing support to the homeless,...

Supporting those in need this Christmas

by Ugur Nedim
Christmas time should be full of joy and celebration, but for many it’s a time of sadness and loneliness. Thankfully, there are charities out there which make the time a little more bearable for the less-fortunate. Red Cross Christmas Appeal...

Justice Reinvestment and Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)

by Ugur Nedim
Making the world a better place for people and animals is no easy feat, but the dedicated teams behind Justice Reinvestment Australia and the Performing Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) have achieved just that. Justice Reinvestment Australia With Australian prisons packed...

‘Room to Read’ and ‘Sheldrick Wildlife Foundation’

by Ugur Nedim
Not everyone has the dedication and persistence to grow a charity that changes the world for the better. But the people behind ‘Room to Read’ and the ‘Sheldrick Wildlife Foundation’ are making a real difference to lives of children and...

Manjeri School Project: Helping Kids to Get an Education

by Ugur Nedim
Millions of children worldwide will never attend school, and a study by UNESCO found last year that one in four young people in developing countries are not able to read a sentence. But even children who are fortunate enough to...

Soi Dog Foundation and Monika’s Doggie Rescue: Helping Homeless Dogs

by Ugur Nedim
It’s often said that dogs are man’s best friend – and all of us at Sydney Criminal Lawyers® certainly love our furry friends! Unfortunately, not all dogs are lucky enough to have a happy home – for all kinds of...

Oxfam and Medical Teams International: Lifelines for Syrian refugees

by Ugur Nedim
It’s been said many times that one death is a tragedy, but one million deaths is a statistic. Once again, the saying was proved true when the image of a toddler’s body washed up in Turkey was published. The little...

Hamlin Fistula Ethiopia: Helping Vulnerable Girls and Women

by Ugur Nedim
Imagine being married off to a man much older than you while still a young teenager. Then, imagine getting pregnant, in a community with little access to technology or modern medicine to assist in a successful childbirth. This is the...

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