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A big thankyou to those willing their way to raise cash for QAHH

July 5, 2012qahhNews

We would like to express a big thankyou to those who took part in Make a Will week for the Queen Alexandra Hospital Home.

Make a Will week is designed to encourage people to seek expert advice and begin thinking about planning for their estate whilst also giving to charity in the form of a suggested minimum donation – instead of paying a charge to the solicitors. From Monday 25th June to Friday 29th June 2012, people were able to visit participating solicitors by donating a sum of money at their discretion to QAHH.

Gemma Cannon, Legacies Officer, said ‘Preparing a will is something that people often overlook because, understandably, there is always something more immediate that needs doing. But events like this are beginning to make people realise that organising your estate is important. There is a suggested minumum donation, similar to what you would ususally pay a solicitor for a will, which instead is paid directly to the charities. We would like to publicly thank Thomas Eggar and Green Wright Chalton Annis for their support with this appeal.

With this years success, we are already planning the next Make A Will Week. If you are interestested in participating, please contact Gemma Cannon on Gemma-cannon@qahh.org.uk

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