Above: Jamie Vittles, Head of Exeter City Football in the Community (left) with Charlie Siegle, Associate at Kitsons (right) at Exeter City Football Club.
Devon law firm Kitsons has teamed up with Exeter City Football Club to offer supporters of Exeter City the opportunity to make or update their Will, in return for a donation to the Club’s charity arm, Football in the Community.
Through the scheme, for every new Will completed by the Private Client Team at Kitsons Solicitors in Exeter, the firm will donate a proportion of its fees for those Wills to the Football in the Community Charity.
Football in the Community is an award winning registered charity, established 24 years ago and now managed by former Grecians player, and Express and Echo ‘Sports Person of the Year’, Jamie Vittles. It delivers inspiring physical activity, education, social inclusion and health and well-being programmes and courses across Devon.
Charlie Siegle, Associate at Kitsons said: “Making or updating a Will can be easy to put off or overlook but it is crucial to have a properly drawn Will which deals effectively with your estate after your death and accurately reflects your wishes. By taking part in our Wills scheme in association with Exeter City Football Club, you not only gain peace of mind that your affairs are in order, you will also be helping support the excellent work of the Trust which aims to engage with individuals, through the power of football and sport, and provide them with the opportunity to participate in enjoyable educational, inclusion, health and sports based activities regardless of background.”
Jamie Vittles, Head of Exeter City’s Football in the Community said: “We are extremely grateful to Kitsons for all the help and support they give to our community programmes. Without such support we cannot continue our work with over 50,000 young people per year across the area. It is extremely important to have a properly written Will and now, with the help of Kitsons, you can get this and be able to help the community via our charity at the same time.”