St Helena Hospice Wills Month returns this June and three local solicitors are waiving their usual fees to write or amend your Will and will instead ask for a suggested donation to the hospice.
Thanks to Birkett Long, John Fowlers Solicitors, and Fisher Jones Greenwood, all the money raised from Wills Month will go towards ensuring more local people receive the comfort, dignity and compassion they deserve, right to the end of life.
Having a Will is really important, whatever your age or circumstances - so if you haven’t made your Will yet, June is the perfect time to do so.
Making a will can allow you to ensure your affairs are in order, final wishes are met and your loved ones are looked after in the future and it may reduce inheritance tax.
All the money raised from Wills Month goes towards helping St Helena Hospice to be here every step of the way for everyone who needs us, helping life to go on in the face of dying, death and bereavement.
If you have any questions regarding Wills Month, please contact the fundraising team on 01206 941 468 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our lives are all made up of stories we cherish and that make us who we are. A gift in your Will can help give hope and comfort to another person’s story. Every gift pledged in a Will, large or small, will help St Helena Hospice to be here for future generations that follow in our footsteps.
When the time is right for you to remember a charity in your Will, please remember St Helena Hospice.
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