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Loosemores advises on charity registration for Bronwen’s Wish

Bronwens Wish

Our charity team has successfully advised Bronwen’s Wish on its application to set up a Charitable Incorporated Organisation. 

Bronwen’s Wish is a charity set up in memory of Bronwen Morgan, beloved daughter, sister and friend, following her suicide in 2020. With the help of local Universities, the charity aims to provide well-being pods within schools for children who may be experiencing challenges with their mental health and well-being. The pods will be accessible to all pupils, as a safe place when feeling overwhelmed, experiencing difficult emotions or just in need of some time out.

Charity Solicitor, Rebecca McCarthy led the Loosemores team advising on the application to the Charity Commission.

Commenting on Bronwen’s WishRebecca McCarthy, Charity Solicitor, said:

“We are delighted to have successfully advised the founders of Bronwen’s Wish on its registration as a CIO. We have been inspired by the courage and determination shown by Bronwen’s family to create something so positive out of very tragic circumstances. We encourage everyone in our network to support their mission.”

Haydn Morgan of Bronwen’s Wish,  added:

“I thought I was clever enough to apply for charity status myself, alas I wasn’t. After months of stress, Rebecca McCarthy from Loosemores Solicitors was recommended to me. She came in and dealt with the issues and we were registered within weeks. Wish I’d just gone with her from the start to save time and unwanted stress. I found her to be friendly, professional and compassionate in her approach. Thank you”. 

For more information, including how to make a donation, please visit Bronwen’s Wish.

Loosemores is ranked Tier 2 for Charities & Not-for-profit in Wales by The Legal 500 and our Charity team lead, Rebecca McCarthy, is recognised as a ‘Rising Star’ for Charities & Not-for-profit in Wales.

If you need any specialist advice from our team of legal experts, call us on 02920 224433 or contact Rebecca via

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