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Where there’s a will, there’s a way for Macmillan

Maria Small, Fundraising Manager at Macmillan Cancer Support (left) and Deirdre Campbell, senior volunteer with Macmillan, pictured with staff and partners from Hasson & Co Sols.

Maria Small, Fundraising Manager at Macmillan Cancer Support (left) and Deirdre Campbell, senior volunteer with Macmillan, pictured with staff and partners from Hasson & Co Sols.

A Derry legal company has joined forces with Macmillan Cancer Support to offer a free will-writing service to the people of the city throughout the month of March.

Hasson & Company Solicitors are this month waiving their Will writing fees, and instead ask clients to make a voluntary minimum donation of £50 to Macmillan Cancer Support.

Ninety seven per cent of Macmillan’s funding comes from voluntary donations, over a third of which is from gifts in wills. Without these vital donations the development of cancer support services across Northern Ireland would not be possible.

Michael McGee, one of the Partners said: “Hasson & Company Solicitors are very pleased to volunteer our legal expertise to help Macmillan Cancer Support. This is our first year taking part in this campaign and we are aiming to raise at least £1,000 for Macmillan to help local cancer patients.

“We are personally aware of the valued support that Macmillan have and continue to give to the community. The money raised from this free will-writing initiative will help Macmillan continue to provide vital support services to people affected by cancer in Derry/Londonderry.

Maria Small, Fundraising Manager at Macmillan said: “We are extremely grateful to Hasson & Company Solicitors for supporting Macmillan through this initiative. Whether people choose to donate now, in their wills or both, their support is vital to ensuring that more Macmillan services will be available to future generations of people affected by cancer in Derry/Londonderry.”

To take advantage of Hasson & Company Solicitors free will-writing offer, please call 02871 266818 to arrange an appointment or visit www.hassonlaw.co.uk

 

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