The inheritance protection team at Gardner Leader have been busy writing wills, free of charge, to raise money for local charities.
In exchange for a free will, people were asked to donate to charity. This special offer attracted a lot of locals over a six week period, raising £2,455, which will be shared with West Berkshire Mencap, a charity supporting those with learning disabilities; Naomi House, the children’s hospice in Hampshire; and Sue Ryder in support of the Duchess of Kent Hospice based in Reading, a charity providing hospice and neurological care.
This was the fourth year Gardner Leader has partnered with Naomi House and Sue Ryder to raise money in this way and the firm has always been a supporter of West Berkshire Mencap. The first two weeks of the campaign were dedicated to raising money for West Berkshire Mencap, followed by two weeks fundraising for Naomi House, with the last couple of weeks devoted to raising funds for Sue Ryder.
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