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At Dingley Attorneys we want to contribute to preserving our environment as well as making a difference to the community and the disadvantaged.

Greenpop Trees for Good(s) Partnership

As lawyers we can’t get away from using paper but we know how important the environment is to our planet’s future so we want to give back. As a result we have pledged to buy one fruit tree every month through Greenpop who have, in return, promised to plant it and ensure that it grows and flourishes.

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We will have the GPS co-ordinates of the trees as the months go by and they are planted – so please do ask us if you want to visit them or know more about this venture.

October : Indigenous Tree : -34.046817, 19.608023
November : Indigenous Tree : -34.046817, 19.608023

Contact Matthew on matthew@dingley.co.za or visit http://www.greenpop.org/ for more on the treevolution.


Santas Shoebox

In lieu of sending our clients End of Year cards and gifts, we pledge, shop for and donate at least 35 Santa Shoe boxes to children in need at the end of every year. To find out more about this organisation, click on this link: www.santashoebox.co.za

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Pro Bono work to Empower Women in Business

Fine Women Business Network provides a platform for entrepreneurs to grow their business through powerful networking, events and training. It aims to keep its members up to date with business trends and new legislation, new ideas, and give them the tools to improve their businesses and profitability.

It also has a Fine Women Business Network Excelleration Bursary Fund NPC that was started with the vision to empower women through accredited skills training courses to enable them to either be more employable or up skilled enough to start their own business. Dingley Attorneys has provided pro bono assistance to this NPC. For more information please visit excellbursary.co.za

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Will’s week initiative

We also believe that all individuals should have a will because the consequences of dying intestate (without one) are often complicated. We know that many people do not have wills because they cannot afford to visit a lawyer to have one drafted for them. That is why our staff volunteer every year to participate in the Cape Law Society Will’s week initiative and we provide free basic wills to anybody who makes an appointment and then attends our offices during the appropriate week.

For more information on the Cape Law Societies annual will’s week, please click on www.capelawsoc.law.za

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