Monday, May 23, 2016

News: Local legal firm in charity challenge


Where there's a will, there's a way to support Rotherham Hospice, thanks to a month long initiative at local solicitors, Malcolm C Foy & Co.

The only adult hospice in Rotherham for the people of Rotherham, Rotherham Hospice is an independent charity and must raise significant sums of money each year in order to pay for the quality care provided free of charge to patients, their families and carers. The charity needs £5m a year with £2.2m needed to be raised each year through voluntary support.

With offices in Doncaster and Rotherham, Malcolm C Foy & Co are offering a 50% discount on Wills between May 23-27. After that, throughout the whole of June, the firm will draw up a professionally drafted Will for you, and will ask only for a donation to Rotherham Hospice in return.

It is estimated that 30 million adults in the UK who do not have a will so the solicitors are calling on them to bite the bullet and get their affairs in order, and at the same time support the brilliant work of the hospice.

Sarah Hartley, director at Malcolm C Foy & Co, said: "We are really proud to be supporting Rotherham Hospice this year by taking part in the Make A Will Month. Rotherham Hospice needs to raise £5m every year to continue running and providing critical support at the time it is needed most, and I am confident that the people of Rotherham will come out in force to support their local hospice."

Suggested donation amounts are £90 for a single Will and £160 for joint / mirror Wills, Malcolm C Foy & Co provide you with a receipt, and send your whole donation to Rotherham Hospice.
The solicitors are taking part in the Master Cutler's Challenge 2016 which sees local firms take a £50 investment and do everything in their power to see it grown and raise money for Master Cutler Craig McKay's two nominated charities, St Luke's Hospice in Sheffield and Rotherham Hospice.

As part of the challenge, the MCF team recently took part in the 2016 Rother Valley Colour Run.

Malcolm C Foy & Co website

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