Norfolk charities unite for will writing fundraiser | Latest Norfolk and Suffolk News
PUBLISHED: 21:09 05 January 2018 | UPDATED: 21:10 05 January 2018
A collaborative will writing is to boost funds for 5 Norfolk charities.
Norfolk Will Help presents members of the general public the chance to have their will written in return for a donation, which will be break up evenly amongst Age UK Norwich, Big C, Keeping Abreast, Nelson’s Journey and the Norfolk and Norwich Association for the Blind.
The scheme was established by Nelson’s Journey in 2016 and will return this February.
Solicitors and members of the Society of Will Writers have donated appointments to the challenge, which could be booked in trade for a steered donation of £75 for a single will or £120 for mirror wills.
Sophie Berry, funding and advertising and marketing supervisor at Nelson’s Journey, mentioned: “We’re really excited to be working with other charities on this project. At the start of a New Year, many people will be making resolutions. Having a will written in early 2018 would be a great commitment to make.”
To discover out extra, go to www.norfolkwillhelp.co.uk
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