Gaby Hardwicke raises £2,600 for St Wilfrid's Hospice

Christopher Bean and John Summers of St Wilfrid's HospiceGaby Hardwicke has raised £2,600 for St Wilfrid’s Hospice by again taking part in the charity’s annual Free Wills Month.

Under the scheme, local solicitors join forces to raise funds for St Wilfrid’s by offering free wills to clients in return for a donation equivalent to the fees they would have paid. Gaby Hardwicke has been involved in St Wilfrid’s Free Wills Month since its inception and is delighted to continue its support.

Christopher Bean, Gaby Hardwicke Partner and Vice Chairman of the Trustees of St Wilfrid’s, said: “The work of the local hospice is invaluable. Helping those in our community with their end of life needs is an ongoing need and much of the income at the hospice is derived from the never-ending generosity of the people who live and work in the local area. We at Gaby Hardwicke have been long-standing supporters of the hospice and we were delighted to be involved once more."

Antony Caulfield, Private Client Services Partner at Gaby Hardwicke, added: “Whilst everyone should keep their wills under review it is always 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.”

St Wilfrid’s Hospice is an Eastbourne-based charity that provides skilled and compassionate care and treatment to people with life-limiting illnesses. It currently cares for over 1,000 people each year. Find out more.

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Posted: 28 August 2014

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