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Firm makes list of top fundraisers for national charity campaign

Jessica Ellis

Moore NHC Limited based in Enfield has been named as one of the top fundraisers in the UK after taking part in a charity will-writing campaign.
The firm raised an impressive £2,060 for the Will Aid scheme in its 30th anniversary year after writing more than 30 wills in exchange for a voluntary donation.
In 2018, the firm's first year of taking part in Will Aid, it was the ninth highest fundraiser of all the new law firms that signed up.
Jessica Ellis, lead solicitor from the firm, said she was thrilled their efforts in 2018 had made them one of the top fundraisers taking part.
“We have been based in Enfield for a number of years now and it was really important for us to give back to the local community.” she said.
“Will writing and probate services is a fairly new service we are offering therefore felt it was also a great opportunity to reach out to the local community. The whole firm felt it went really well”
Philippa Radford-Hancock from British Red Cross paid the firm a visit to present them with a certificate to thank them for their achievement.
Philippa said: “We are very grateful to Moore and the Will Aid scheme for this generous contribution.
“The Red Cross uses donations to reach people in crisis, here in the UK and all around the world.
“£300 could help feed ten families in Syria for a month. £100 could help train four people in life-saving first aid skills here in the UK. And with £1,000 our UK volunteers could give five people the support they need to readjust to life at home following a spell in hospital.”
Will Aid is a charity will-writing scheme that raises money for charities: ActionAid, British Red Cross, Christian Aid, NSPCC, Save The Children, Sightsavers, Age UK, SCIAF (Scotland) and Trocaire (Northern Ireland).