Denby Dale-based law firm Holden Smith will donate a percentage of fees from its wills and probate department to Forget Me Not Children’s Hospice throughout November and December.
The firm will support Huddersfield-based Forget Me Not – which helps families facing or living with the loss of their child – by donating a percentage of the cost paid by clients who make a will, apply for probate, or use the firm to grant a lasting power of attorney (LPA) before the end of the year.
Dominic Cronshaw, wills and probate specialist at Holden Smith, said: “The work delivered by Forget Me Not to support children and families facing or living with the loss of their child is inspiring – and so vitally important.
“Holden Smith is delighted to be able to play a part in helping the charity to continue this work by partnering with them on this initiative, which will benefit children and families across the whole of West Yorkshire.”
Michelle Heaney-Firth, corporate partnerships lead at Forget Me Not, said: “We’re so grateful to Holden Smith for supporting us in this way.
“As a charity, only a tiny proportion of the funds we need each year are guaranteed, meaning that we rely on donations and fundraising from organisations like Holden Smith to be able to continue to do our vital work.”