The Goodwill Partnership powers ahead
The past few weeks have seen tremendous developments with our will-writing service, The Goodwill Partnership. At the beginning of the month we hosted a focus group with a few of our charity partners here at the offices in Wingrave. You can see a photo and description of the event on our Facebook page here.
In short we invited a number of charities including Action for Children, Brain Research Trust, Motability and National Autistic Society. We also invited a few prospective partners such as Leonard Cheshire Disability and Thames Valley & Chiltern Air Ambulance Trust. The aim was to network, swap advice and tips, as well as get to know one another better.
The event went so well we’re intending to host another one later in the autumn. Watch this space. If you are interested in joining us, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Staying on the subject of The Goodwill Partnership, this month we also announced our latest charity partner, Goodwill Children’s Homes (UK). The charity (which is not related to us despite the word ‘Goodwill’ featured in both our names), funds three children’s homes and a Tribal Outreach Programme (TORP) in the southern state of Tamil Nadu, south India.
We’re proud to partner with an organisation that does such outstanding work with young people, many of whom are orphaned.
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