Since being founded in 1995, FC Lawyers has adopted a core value to always be looking for avenues to become involved and give back to our local community.
The team at FC Lawyers represent many organisations, charities and sporting teams throughout Queensland and collectively as a team, we are very proud to provide our assistance to the community.
At FC Lawyers it is one of our core values to always be looking for ways in which we can get involved and give back to our local community. This support and involvement ranges from sport, community groups and charities. FC Lawyers are committed to the community in which we live and work.
We encourage our team to be actively involved in a wide variety of charitable organisations. We take our social responsibility seriously and value our relationships with these organisations who do such important work in our community and often with some of the most disadvantaged and vulnerable members of our society.
“I am very proud of the time and effort our team dedicates to making the community we live in a better place” – Glenn Ferguson, Managing Director
If you would like to read more about the work that our team does for these organisations please see below.
The associations and charities we currently support are:
STEPS Charity are working to create a brighter future for people with a disability. We promote equality and provide opportunities for independence and improved quality of life. FC Lawyers are proud to be associated with STEPS and work with a wonderful team on a regular basis.
ANZUP are one of Australia’s leaders when it comes to testing for cancer treatments. ANZUP has a mission to conduct clinical trial research to improve treatment of Bladder, Kidney, Testicular and Prostate Cancers. FC Lawyers are proud to be associated with ANZUP as many of our team members have been affected by cancer throughout their lives.
FC Lawyers are partnered with Uniforms 4 Kids (U4K) which helps children throughout Australia. The Uniform 4 Kids program was pioneered by Order of Australia recipient Yvonne Pattinson in 2015 who started recycling police uniforms and turning them into clothing for children in remote and rural areas in Australia.