Supporting Local organisations and charities
Tollers take great pride in supporting local organisations and charities wherever possible, having been established locally in 1877, we have deep roots in Northamptonshire and the surrounding areas.
With that in mind Tollers are delighted to have been able to sponsor a fresh new makeover for the Northamptonshire Association for the Blind’s (NAB) mobile sight centre (pictured) and to celebrate 125 years of the charity.
The mobile sight centre makes it easier for individuals with disabilities to access valuable information and products, by taking these on the road to various hotspots around Northamptonshire.
The NAB provides a range of support and services county-wide, including exercise and dance classes, telephone befriending and primary school education programmes.
Tollers are also proud to offer a free Will scheme in association with the NAB, to help raise valuable funds and awareness of NAB’s services. Under the scheme Tollers will provide a simple Will (and mirror wills) free of charge and encourage a voluntary donation or legacy to be made to NAB in return.
Tollers Partner and Head of the Elderly and Vulnerable Client Unit, Tonina Ashby said “We are delighted to be able to develop our relationship with NAB. Tollers’ origins are here in Northamptonshire and so we are always keen to support local organisations and charities and to help where we can.”
Making a will is often associated with retirement planning. However, this is not just a document to be considered for older people. Making a Will is particularly important at any milestone of your life (getting married, buying a property, having children, getting divorced, remarrying) and can provide your family with certainty and security when you have gone.
If you are interested in making a Will and supporting a good cause in the process, please contact Tollers today on 01604 258558, quoting “NABWEB”.
In the meantime, check out the Nab website for details of products and services: https://nab.org.uk/ and see if you can spot the Mobile Sight Centre as it resumes its travels around the county.