Local Solicitors show Support for Wyre Forest Hospice Charity

The Kidderminster office of a West Midlands law firm is showing their support for Wyre Forest Charity KEMP Hospice. Talbots Law, based on Church Street in Kidderminster, have chosen to support KEMP Hospice through their ‘Charity Will Service’, donating 50% of the fee to the Wyre Forest charity for every Will made through the service.

Gillian Guest, Chartered Legal Executive & Associate at Talbots Law, Kidderminster said “Supporting local charities is incredibly important to us at Talbots Law. We know the vital services KEMP Hospice provide free of charge to many people across the Wyre Forest, so we’re very proud to show our support. Conversations around making a Will can be difficult and challenging, but our team of experts will offer guidance, and through the Charity Will Service, by simply making their Will, individuals can make an immediate difference to KEMP Hospice charity.”

The Talbots Law Charity Will Service is open to anyone who would like to make a Will, not just those who have accessed KEMP Hospice services. To enable the charity to receive the donation, all you need to do is quote ‘KEMP Hospice’ when arranging an appointment.

Jayne Sargeant, Head of Fundraising & Communications said, “We are incredibly grateful to Talbots Law for choosing to support KEMP Hospice through their Charity Will Service. They’ve been keen supporters of KEMP over the years and have also chosen to sponsor our annual Santa Fun Run for the second year running. It’s simply wonderful to have such a prominent local organisation offer their support to our charity. At KEMP Hospice we never charge for our care or support services, so we rely on the generosity of local business, fundraisers and individuals to help ensure our work can continue and we can be there when people need us.”

If you’d like to find out more, you can contact Jayne Sargeant at KEMP Hospice on jayne.sargeant@kemphospice.org.uk or visit www.kemphospice.org.uk/gifts-in-wills

KEMP Hospice would always recommend you seek legal advice when writing a Will or leaving a gift to charity.