Today, Tennis ACT announced a partnership with local law firm Snedden Hall & Gallop.
Snedden Hall & Gallop are on court as a Corporate Partner of Tennis ACT, and Presenting Partner of the ACT Women in Sport & Leadership Brunch.
Tennis ACT CEO Kim Kachel, is delighted to welcome Snedden Hall & Gallop on board “We are thrilled to welcome Snedden Hall & Gallop to the tennis family. There is a great alignment between the two organisations, including significant community benefit through various channels via engagement and participation.”
Kachel continued “This year Snedden Hall & Gallop celebrate their 60th birthday, which is a true testament of being key part of the Canberra community. We look forward to a great partnership and working with the Snedden Hall & Gallop team”.
Snedden Hall & Gallop’s Managing Director Richard Faulks, identified the synergy between the two organisations and said how excited the firm is to be working with Tennis ACT. “Tennis is a big part of the local fabric of Canberra, and our desire to be involved in our community means this partnership makes so much sense for us. Furthermore, this will reinforce our commitment to support women in sport”.
Snedden Hall & Gallop enjoys a reputation for commitment to the ACT community that spans 60 years. Their services range from corporate and commercial, including commercial litigation, through to private client services, such as wills and estate planning, family law matters and personal injury claims.
The ACT Women in Sport & Leadership Brunch will be held in March in conjunction with the ACT Claycourt International, which celebrates women and girls in sport. More details around this event will be released in early 2021.