How nice is that?
From Wills For Heroes pages;
“The Wills for Heroes is the brainchild of Anthony Hayes, a partner at Nelson Mullins Riley and Scarborough, LLP, in Columbia, South Carolina. Wills for Heroes began shortly after September 11, 2001, with Anthony’s email to the City of Columbia Fire Department asking what lawyers could do to help that department. An Assistant Chief pulled together a random sample of fifteen fire fighters for a discussion of their needs. During a one-hour meeting, ideas on various topics were exchanged; however, it was clear that the best way to provide services to the majority of the department would be to offer free estate planning services.”
“….Since June 2005, the Arizona Wills for Heroes program has prepared over 2,100 Wills in 10 of Arizona’s 15 Counties. Over 160 attorneys have contributed well over at over 50 Wills for Heroes events. Arizona’s program was recently honored with the Outstanding “Service to the Public” award by the American Bar Association Young Lawyers Division for bar associations with 3,000 to 8,000 members.”