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Northumberland based QualitySolicitors Lawson & Thompson donates £10 for every Will made to charity.

QualitySolicitors Lawson & Thompson with branches in Blyth, Bedlington and Ashlington in Northumberland have donated a total of £230 to ‘Cry in the Dark’ as part of their commitment to supporting charities and communities, locally and abroad.

Cry in the Dark is charity based in Romania that supports exciting and innovative projects and programmes such as advocacy, care and a hospice. Each year Cry in the Dark welcomes UK volunteers to be part of the life-impacting work in North East Romania.

CEO/Founder of Cry in the Dark, Steve Cooper has sent a thank you letter to the firm about the project made possible through donations.

“The minibus is a lifeline for many of the children and their families that are part of our Hospice program,” Mr Cooper said, adding “The minibus enables us to pick up the patients directly from their homes and bring them directly to our Hospice Centre ‘Hospice Lumina’ where they receive expert palliative respite and terminal care.

“During the summer the minibus is also used to transport our U.K school volunteer students around as they travel from project to project helping families and communities as they go.”

To read the full length thank you letter, please click here.

Tim Barker, Partner of QualitySolicitors Lawson & Thompson, said: “We are pleased to be supporting a charity through our legal services, especially when we see how our support can help smaller projects in communities that have a big impact. We hope to help more charities in the future and to continue to .”

QualitySolicitors Lawson & Thompson is now considering future charities that may benefit from Will donations. If you know of a charity that could benefit, please get in touch at lawsonandthompson@qualitysolicitors.com.

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