If you have any questions about Wills, Probate, Contentious Probate matters, Powers of Attorney – Call Danielle on 01642 968707.
MFC Foundation is delighted to announce that it has partnered with locally based professional will writer and estate planner Danielle Sutcliffe of DS Wills & Estate Planning to offer a telephone service in these unprecedented times. Danielle will offer this service for legally drafted wills to the organisation’s supporters and volunteers.
Starting from March 1st 2020, the partnership will allow MFC Foundation to offer discounted will writing services to our supporters who want to either write a will or update an existing will. MFC Foundation’s supporters and volunteers will receive a 20% discount off the normal will writing fee. On top of this MFC Foundation will receive a donation of up to £50 from every will made. If you are unsure about wills and estate planning and would like more information DS Wills and Estate Planning are also offering a FREE consultation service.
Founded in 1996, MFC Foundation works in some of the most disadvantaged areas of Teesside, engaging with those who are hard to reach through delivery of inspiring sport, education and health projects. By harnessing the passion and power of the Football Club brand, MFC Foundation works to inspire hope and confidence, and improve the life chances of young people and adults across Teesside.
Danielle Sutcliffe, Owner of DS Wills and Estate Planning, said: “MFC Foundation delivers some inspirational projects throughout Teesside improving the life chances of thousands of people. I am enormously honoured to partner with such a fantastic local organisation and I hope that by offering will-writing services to its supporters we can raise additional funds allowing them to continue inspiring hope and confidence across the Tees Valley.”
Andrew Buckley, Business Development Manager at MFC Foundation, said: “Last year MFC Foundation worked with over 35,000 disadvantaged people helping to make Teesside a better place to live, learn, work and play. We rely on the generosity of the Teesside community to carry out this work. We know writing a will is a personal and private decision, and we are so grateful to people who might support us in this way.”