Adcocks Solicitors family
Adcocks Solicitors has donated £1,500 to good causes after taking part in Will Aid for the first time. Pictured is the Adcocks’ family who still run the practice that was founded by their ancestors in 1910.

Family-run solicitors kicks off 2024 with fundraising boost for nine good causes 

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A family-run business is kicking off the year by donating more than £1,500 to boost the charity coffers of nine organisations. 

For the first time in its long history, Lichfield-based Adcocks Solicitors has taken part in Will Aid. 

The initiative saw Adcocks donate their time for free to write professional wills in return for donations throughout November. 

Still run by the same family who founded it over 110 years ago, the practice notched up a £1,578 fundraising tally for its inaugural year supporting this annual campaign. 

The cash raised will now be split between nine charities, which include ActionAid, Age UK, British Red Cross, Christian Aid, NSPCC, Save the Children and Sightsavers

Kerry Davies, of Adcocks Solicitors.
Kerry Davies, of Adcocks Solicitors.

Solicitor Kerry Davies, who is head of Adcocks’ Private Clients’ Department, which took part in the month-long campaign, said: “This is such a positive and incredibly rewarding way to start to a new year and we are thrilled to have been able to raise over £1,500 for this exceptional campaign. 

“We were delighted to volunteer our time and expertise to support Will Aid. The money we’ve been able to raise will now go towards supporting vulnerable people both here in the UK, many of whom have been further impacted by the cost-of-living crisis.” 

In addition to Will Aid, Adcocks are also supporters of PETA, the Pathway Project and We Love Lichfield. 

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