Forever Friends Appeal

The RUH Will Month 2018

We are very pleased to announce that we will be once again supporting the annual RUH Will Month initiative, which helps to raise funds for the RUH’s charity, The Forever Friends Appeal.

Throughout September 2018, Farnfields will be offering to draw up a professional Will at a reduced cost and donate the fee towards the work of the Royal United Hospitals to help towards the care of its patients and their families.  Your fee can be donated to a particular area of care within the RUH, or a hospital service that may hold meaning to yourself, family or friends.

RUH Will Month will be running for its Fourth consecutive year and Farnfields wishes to play its part in supporting this worthwhile and successful initiative. Will Month not only supports thousands of patients and their families in helping to provide quality and consistent care, but it also raises awareness of the importance of having or updating your Will. A professionally written Will can ensure certainty for your future and will allow for a speedy and effective distribution of your estate and possessions.

Susan Lacey, Senior Partner at Farnfields said, “We are once again proud to work alongside the Forever Friends Appeal by donating our time and expertise to such a worthy charity that relies heavily on public fundraising. We can ensure that every penny raised throughout the Will Month initiative will go directly to the RUH.

“We are offering to write a straightforward single Will for a minimum donation of £125, and straightforward mirror Wills for a minimum donation of £175  to the Forever Friends Appeal. We hope that this will encourage clients to make an appointment with one of our Will writing experts, both to write their Wills and to donate funds to an incredible cause. Without the commitment from our clients this impressive sum of money raised by us each year would not be possible.”

If you are interested in making an appointment please contact our Warminster office on 01985 214661, stating RUH Will Month.

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