Free Wills Month raises £25,000 for St Wilfrid’s Hospice

Christopher Bean and Antony Caulfield at St Wilfred's HospiceGaby Hardwicke was once more delighted to take part in St Wilfrid’s Hospice Free Wills Month, which this year raised over £25,000 in donations.

Under the scheme, participating solicitors donate their time to write or amend clients’ wills in return for donations to the hospice. Gaby Hardwicke has taken part in the St Wilfred’s Free Wills Month for many years.

Christopher Bean, Head of Private Client Services at Gaby Hardwicke and a Trustee of the Hospice, said: "The new Hospice building is a fabulous facility, not just for those needing end of life care but also those in the community around it. We at Gaby Hardwicke have been long-standing supporters of the Hospice and we were delighted that our efforts have contributed to such a wonderful sum being raised this year."

Antony Caulfield, Private Client Services Partner at Gaby Hardwicke, added: “Whilst everyone should keep their wills under review it was particularly pleasing to be able to help the Hospice through this initiative. Although this particular support has come to an end for this year, clients may want to consider leaving a legacy in their will to a charity such as the Hospice. We would be pleased to help them with this and to look generally at getting their affairs in order.”

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Posted: 04 December 2013

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