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Spire Solicitors LLP Partners with Norfolk & Norwich Hospitals Charity
Spire Solicitors LLP and the Norfolk & Norwich Hospitals Charity are pleased to announce a partnership to increase the charitable aims of the Charity, as well as provide benefits to the valued members and staff who are the influential front-line of the NHS service in Norfolk & Norwich.
The partnership will allow for the N&N Hospitals Charity to continue with projects that make the hospital experience a better one for patients, visitors and staff. Donations raised by the charity are used in many ways, from funding toys on children’s wards to lifesaving equipment in various departments or wards. More recently, the Charity launched the Boudicca Appeal to fund the much-needed development of the Breast Cancer Unit at the NNUHFT.
Spire Solicitors LLP will be delivering a series of events and opportunities over the coming months to raise money for the Charity & Trust. The first event will take place in September and will be an open-forum seminar held for the 17,000 strong members of the Norfolk & Norwich University Hospitals Foundation Trust. It will cover the basics of inheritance tax, estate planning, wills, Lasting Powers of Attorney and later-lifetime planning to ensure wishes are met appropriately.
Kristian Tangen-Sorgendal, Head of Marketing at Spire Solicitors LLP, commented: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to work closely alongside this instrumental charity and parent organisation to help them augment their charitable goals and objectives for members & staff.
Our first event in September is only the start of our long-term plans and we look forward to delivering a comprehensive fundraising and support strategy to all involved under the partnership.”
Louise Cook, Head of Fundraising at N&N Charities, commented: “We’re delighted to be working with the team at Spire Solicitors LLP, whose invaluable knowledge will help support our main aim of improving patient, visitor and staff welfare at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.”