A leading charity supporting disabled and older people is offering the public the chance to benefit from a will-writing service during a special fundraising fortnight.
Solicitors at Borneo Martell Turner Coulston LLP in Kettering will be supporting the Papworth Trust during the Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way campaign aimed at ensuring more people across the East of England have a will.
The solicitors in Station Road will be offering the public the chance to have a simple will written for free in exchange for a donation to the charity between Monday, April 11, and Friday, April 22.
Susan Owens, head of private client at Borneo Martell Turner Coulston, said: “We are delighted to be teaming up with a worthwhile and local charity to offer this important service.”
Gavin Chappell-Bates, the charity’s major donor and legacy fundraiser, said: “Following on from the success of our inaugural wills fortnight last year, we are delighted to once again offer this valuable service to our supporters.
“By making a donation to the Papworth Trust rather than paying a solicitor’s fee, you will have a professionally written will while also making a real difference to the work we do.”
Borneo Martell Turner Coulston is among a group of generous solicitors who have donated their time and services to the Papworth Trust to support the charity’s work with disabled and older people, as well as their families and carers.
The suggested donation is £95 for a single basic will or £150 for a pair of basic mirror wills with all proceeds going to the charity.
To arrange an appointment to write your will, please contact Borneo Martell Turner Coulston on 01536 523434.